The distances from our hotel in Vienna City Center are short
There is no better city location. The Arthotel ANA Amadeus is located in the 1st district, also called inner city, and is one of the best areas in Vienna. From our hotel in Vienna City Center, not only St. Stephen's Cathedral, but also many other highlights of Vienna are within walking distance.
Arrival by car
Coming from the A22, take the A23 via Donauinsel. Follow the course of the road via the Prater node to Schüttelstraße / B227. From there you can reach Salztorgasse in about eleven minutes by car, where you turn left. After a few minutes you will reach the Wildpretmarkt.
Our hotel in Vienna City Center, the Arthotel ANA Amadeus does not have its own car park. We recommend parking here: BOE Garage Franz-Josefs-Kai
24-hour tariff: 35 euros
Status: November 2021
Arrival by train
From Vienna Central Station, take the U1 (towards Vienna Leopoldau), which will take you to the Stephansplatz stop in around five minutes. There you go north-west to Rotenturmstraße, from there to the fireplace and turn right onto the Wildpretmarkt. It takes about ten to fifteen minutes from the main train station to our hotel door.
Arrival by plane
From the airport, take the S7 to Wien Mitte for about 20 minutes, here you can change to the U3 (direction Ottakring) and continue to Stephansplatz. From there walk in a north-westerly direction to Rotenturmstraße, continue to Brandstätte and then turn right onto Wildpretmarkt.
Vienna has an imperial past that is evident on a foray through the city.The Habsburgs ruled Austria for 650 years, and the cityscape is still characterized by its magnificent buildings. These include the Vienna Ringstrasse, which is within walking distance of your hotel in Vienna City Center, the Arthotel ANA Amadeus, and where stately palaces line up like a chain. The imperial heritage also includes magnificent buildings such as the Hofburg, Schönbrunn Palace or Belvedere Palace with its beautiful gardens. Let the imperial flair work its way through the streets and alleys of Vienna's old town to the stable castle, where the Lipizzaner are still housed.