Hilton Vienna Danube Waterfront
Enjoy wine or hearty local beer on the terrace at the Hilton Vienna Danube Waterfront. Austrian dishes sourced from the river and the sea make regular appearances here. Our Vienna hotel boasts 40 sq. meter guest rooms, proximity to a metro train station, a pool alongside the Danube and meeting space for up to 350 people. You can easily walk to a concert or game at Ernst Happel Stadion, 1 block from our hotel in Vienna.
Your generously sized room or suite features a desk, separate seating area and an HDTV. Enjoy the comfort of a bathrobe and slippers. Many rooms have river views while others offer exclusive access to complimentary breakfast, snacks and drinks in the Executive Lounge.
Hold your next Vienna meeting, conference or reception for up to 350 people at our hotel. We have 1400 sq. m of flexible meeting space. The business center is always open.
Start with chef’s seafood minestrone, then try a classic Viennese entrée and finish with apple strudel. Locally sourced ingredients promise the freshest tastes. Have a drink at Pier 269 Lounge & Bar where the selection of regional beer is large. Over the warmer months, guests swim in the outdoor pool and admire wonderful views of the River Danube. We also provide a whirlpool spa, sauna and fitness center.
With a unique position overlooking the River Danube and in easy reach of the city’s major attractions, the Hilton Vienna Danube Waterfront hotel is the perfect place to stay to discover all Vienna has to offer. Watch an international football game or concert at the Ernst Happel Stadium, which is only yards from the hotel. Take a short stroll to the Metro Station ‘Stadion’ and catch a train into the centre of Vienna in just seven minutes. Board an open-top bus and take a tour of the city’s historic centre.
This UNESCO World Heritage Site is home to some of Vienna’s finest architecture and oldest buildings. Visit the Kunsthistorisches Museum and marvel at the vast collection of fine art and several priceless objects created for Austrian emperors. Head to the Museum Quarter and have a drink or a coffee in the courtyard of Vienna’s cultural and artistic heart.
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This page was last updated: 31 October 2018