Experience the world’s most luxurious vacations. Create a free account to view availability.
Positioned in the Goldenes Quartier and overlooking the famous Am Hof square, Park Hyatt Vienna also holds the distinct honor of being part of a celebrated UNESCO World Heritage Site. Within walking distance to all of the major attractions of the city, the building itself first served as the headquarters for the Austrian Monarchy Bank. More than 100 years old, this illustrious building is surrounded by fashion houses and the boutiques of Kohlmarkt. Whether music, award-winning museums and landmarks or the high quality of life bring you to Vienna, you'll rest easy knowing your accommodations are large and spacious, especially by European standards.
Utilizing the space that was formerly the vault of the bank, the on-site spa is open daily and houses six treatment rooms. Make time for an age-defying facial, firming jojoba pearl exfoliation or a soothing mint foot treatment.
For a morning of fitness, make your way to the stunning pool. Inside Arany Spa, a 49-foot swimming pool neighbors a sauna, an aroma steam room, vitality showers, relaxation areas and a gym with world-class equipment.
This Baroque palace is one of the most important structures in Austrian history. Featuring 1,441 rooms, a tour of its impressive imperial grounds and gardens is an absolute must during your stay in Vienna.
By car, venture uphill into the protected landscape of forested highlands. From Vienna Woods, see a panoramic view of the city and the Danube River below and explore the expansive parks.
This open street market is the most popular in the whole city. With 16th century origins, it houses more than 100 food and wine stalls. If perusing Vienna on foot works up an appetite, visit one of the restaurants inside.
On a three- to four-hour tour, walk through the city's historic district to sample some of the region's classic dishes. Five food stops complete with beer, wine, schnapps and non-alcoholic drinks will be provided.
For some get-up-and-go, get your hands around an authentic cup of hot Viennese coffee. Combining two shots of strong espresso with heated whipped cream (as opposed to milk and sugar), this is how the locals start their mornings.
If your travels to Vienna occur in November or December, a visit to the Viennese Christmas Market will get you in the true holiday spirit. The stallholders selling their crafts have been doing so as far back as 1296.
Located slightly north of Katholische Kirche St. Peter, the Garage Am Hof is a well-lit, underground public parking area that offers 580 spaces and is open 24 hours a day. You can even have your vehicle washed while you're away.
Located in what is known as the oldest square in the inner city, the Park Hyatt Vienna was constructed in 1913 and served first as headquarters for the Austrian Monarchy Bank, making the structure more than 100 years old.
Vienna's location in northeastern Austria lies within both oceanic and humid continental climates. Warm summers and dry, cold winters are typical, with snow being somewhat uncommon. Spring and autumn are historically mild. July marks the warmest month of the year in Vienna, with temperatures averaging around 66 degrees. June sees a fair amount of rain and August is full of sunny days.