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Vienna is a welcoming city with easy public transportation, large green spaces, renowned attractions and lots of arts and culture to explore. There are many luxury hotels that you can use as your home base while you’re here. Or alternatively, you can have a little more privacy and get to know a local neighborhood by staying in an Airbnb. Here are some of the best Airbnb rentals for your trip to Vienna, Austria.
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This highly-rated Airbnb is an apartment for up to three guests that has one bedroom and one bath. You’ll have this space to yourself and enjoy a modern and charming vibe. It’s a 57-square-meter boutique roof apartment by the Vienna International Center and public transit to take you to downtown Vienna in 15 minutes. From here, you can walk to the shopping mall and enjoy two terraces to relax on. The sleeping arrangements are a double bed and a sofa bed, and self-check-in is available with a lockbox when you arrive. The apartment also offers free parking, an elevator, Wi-Fi, a kitchen, and the opportunity for long-term stays.
Four travelers in Vienna can stay at this villa that has two bedrooms and one bath. It is a 100-square-meter flat in a lovely house with a garden. You can walk to the tram in three minutes, which takes you to the city center in 25 minutes. You can also walk to the Viennese woods from here for a balance between a nature excursion and a city trip. Famous architects and artists have lived here, so it’s interesting to learn about the place’s history from your host. Wi-Fi is available here, children are welcome, and there is a kitchen and cable TV too.
You can also stay in this Airbnb apartment that sleeps three guests and has one bedroom and one bath. It is in a classic turn-of-the-century building in the second district and near the Vorgartenstrasse U1 station. Inside you’ll have a large living room, dining table, small kitchen for cooking, and access to all of the rooms in the apartment. The bedroom has a queen-size bed. Other amenities offered when you book this rental are an elevator, Wi-Fi, cable TV, dedicated workspace, and pack-and-play travel crib if you’re traveling with young children.
For a larger group traveling in Vienna, this is a great guesthouse for up to eight people. It has three bedrooms, five beds, and 4.5 baths. The large, historic home is close to the west train station, and it is between the palace Schönbrunn and the city center just a few metro stations away. You can enjoy the quiet and secluded backyard when you stay here. The sleeping arrangements include two single beds in each of the two bedrooms. Stay here for a convenient location and a host that is easy to communicate and coordinate with. Nearby you’ll find a travelers’ bar that’s popular with young people and a hip alternative neighborhood about 10 minutes away to explore.
Here’s a 40-square-meter apartment that offers views of the Wienerberg and is full of natural light. Guests who stay here can use the kitchen with a dishwasher, private bathroom, living room with a flat-screen TV as well as cooking appliances. The apartment sleeps three people and has a double bed and a sofa bed. There is an elevator in the building, a private entrance, and the opportunity for long-term stays at the Adonis Apartment hosted on Airbnb.
You’ll love this tiny house in a countryside setting and near Lainzer Tiergarten and the Hermes Villa. It’s best for just one or two guests and includes access to the kitchen and bathroom in the main house. The setting is a solidly built garden shed with a double-size bed. The bathroom and kitchen are just steps away. Other amenities offered include Wi-Fi, free parking, a dedicated workspace, and no stairs for easy accessibility. Stay here for an oasis from the city without being too far away from everything it has to offer at the same time.
For a unique place to stay, consider this art studio that’s on top of an office tower. It has a 70-square-meter rooftop terrace and feels like a work of art. The multifunctional art studio with a bathroom is bright and open. It does not have a kitchen, but there is a coffee machine, cooking plate, water boiler, and popcorn maker here. Lots of restaurants and shops are within five minutes walking distance, and two tramlines to the city center are within two minutes. Access to the space is by elevator to the seventh floor and then by walking up to the eighth floor. Guests can sleep on the double-size bed, single-size bed, and floor mattress.
Two guests can also stay in this Vienna guesthouse that is in a quiet courtyard on two floors. It has a living room, kitchenette, and toilet on the ground floor and a bedroom, shower, and washbasin on the first floor. From here, you can walk 15 minutes to the city center. The home is charming, but it’s not suitable for people with limited mobility since the stairs are steep and narrow. The bedroom has a king-size bed, and there is also Wi-Fi in the home.
You’ll be right at the Danube River when you stay at his modern apartment with its own garden. The city center is accessible by train within 10 minutes from here. Groups up to four people can stay here and use the kitchen, Wi-Fi, towels, and other amenities. Stay here to be in a historical building with privacy and garden access. Sleeping arrangements are a king-size bed and a sofa bed. Access is by elevator, and the entire space is very clean and well-appointed.
This colorful bungalow accommodates up to five guests in two bedrooms and has one bathroom. It’s a newly renovated space with a double bed, a single bed, and a double couch. It also has a large garden and covered terrace. There are no stairs for access, and not only are children allowed, but there are even children’s toys available. The host lives nearby and is available if you need anything. This highly-rated Airbnb is a great choice if you want to be outside of the city center but very close to the waterfront.
For a townhouse Airbnb, consider this Vienna rental near the Schönbrunn. It’s easily accessible to public transportation with the subway a five-minute walk away. You’ll have this whole space to yourself, including the sunny bedroom on the first floor and the bathroom and small kitchen on the ground floor. The host is a yoga teacher, so you can even book a private class. This is an eco-friendly place to stay in Vienna since there are organic cleaning products used, a solar panel, and cruelty-free products available too. Two guests staying here have a double bed to use in the bedroom.
An affordable studio space that’s convenient and quiet is this apartment for two people. Both business and pleasure travelers stay in this 27-square-meter apartment in a pedestrian area. It’s easy to get to sightseeing spots, recreation areas, restaurants, the train station, and the airport from here. The apartment has a fully equipped kitchen, linens and towels provided, and a Nespresso machine. Guests who stay here appreciate the convenient check-in process, how close it is to public transportation, and how clean and comfortable the space is. Public parking is available in an adjacent garage for an extra fee if you have a car.
The Schönbrunn Apartment is in the greenest district of Vienna and about 30 minutes from the city center. The small apartment is 42 square meters in size and has a 20-square-meter terrace. It requires climbing stairs and is on the 4th floor without an elevator. This space has a cottage-style vibe and is best for two guests traveling in Vienna. However, there is one queen-size bed in the bedroom and also a sofa bed in the common area. Other amenities offered include a kitchen, Wi-Fi, dedicated workspace, TV, and private entrance.