The Best Western Hotel Kaiserhof Vienna is conveniently located in downtown Vienna, just a short stroll from the State Opera House and the Belvedere Palace, with many shops, restaurants and bars nearby. St Stephen's cathedral can be reached within 20 minutes on foot and the Schönbrunn Palace is within 15 minutes by underground. Built in 1896, the hotel was advanced for its time in terms of its amenities. Today it continues to offer high quality service in a traditional yet relaxing setting.
Features: 74 rooms, breakfast room, bar, fitness room, spa.
Room amenities: Air conditioning, television, minibar, tea & coffee facilities, Wi-Fi, hairdryer.
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