Deal of the day: Christmas and New Year in Vienna from €68 per night

By | December 4, 2010

Vienna - OperaVienna is one of those perfect cities to spend your winter holidays. Chances are you will be lucky enough to have plenty of snow and the city is beautifully decorated starting early December. There are also lots of events and parties and, best of all, lots of markets where you can enjoy some traditional tasty food and hot wine.

You have only three weeks until Christmas, but you can still find some good accommodation in Vienna for excellent prices. Double rooms start at €68 per night and you can find some of our choices below. All these hotels have good ratings and have some available rooms for both Christmas 2010 and New Year 2011. Act fast as the rooms might get booked pretty soon.

Hotel Hoffinger – €68 per night
This hotel is not in the very center, but you have the underground 15 minutes away. They provide free parking, which is an excellent benefit for Vienna.

AJO Appartements Johann – City Wien Donaustadt – €76 per night
These apartments are also not quite in the city center, but very close to the underground. They are situated in a nice and quiet location. Free public parking is available.

AJO Appartements Johann – City Wien Leopoldstadt – €78 per night
These apartments are closer to the city center than those in Donaustadt above. The location is very quiet and also close to the Prater park. Two undergound stations are just a few minutes away.

Austria Trend Hotel Favorita – €79 per night
This Art Nouveau style hotel is close to the city center and to the southern train station. The underground is within easy reach.

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Details, rates and availability of hotels is based on information provided by www.booking.com and may change after we have published this article. Rates have been calculated for the cheapest double or twin room, as an average per night based on a 9 night stay, from December 24th, 2010 to January 2nd, 2011.