Vienna Sporthotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Baumgasse 83, Vienna, Vienna, Austria
Vienna Sporthotel
Enter dates for best prices
Compare best prices from top travel partners


Satisfaction Excellent
Very Good

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 35% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

Show Prices

Good For Solo
  • Families16
  • Couples72
  • Solo100
  • Business64

More about Vienna


Interior of Zum SuppentopfInterior of Zum Suppentopf

Butterfly house, Vienna, ATButterfly house, Vienna, AT

Pestsäule, Vienna, ATPestsäule, Vienna, AT

A change to admire the paintings on the ceiling.A change to admire the paintings on the ceiling.

Forum Posts

Day Trip from Vienna

by oleksa

Hi guys. Going to Vienna for New Years Eve. Is there anything specific the locals do that day? Do they gather anywhere in town?

I'll be there for 4 days and want to go on a day trip to Bratislava. Could anyone suggest where else one can go for a day, something which is close by and nice? Also could you go somewhere in the Czech Republic? If so, how long would it take to get there by train/bus?

And the final question - I read there is a weekly ticket for Vienna public transport which covers the period from Monday to Monday and costs 14 euros. Is it possible to buy this ticket say on Wednesday and start using it then and not on Monday?

Thank you.

Re: Day Trip from Vienna

by globetrott

take a look at my new page about Xmas in Vienna & Winter in Vienna:
SilvesterPfad is what we will have on N.Y E., explaned in "local customs" there
no problem to buy the weekly card on a thursday and use it untill not later than around 09.00am on subsequent monday.
These tickets have the dates of the week printed on them, dont know at what date they change the ticket into the next week

Re: Day Trip from Vienna

by Mikebb

We had the weekly ticket when we visited in September 2005, it is great value.
We took a day trip to Bratislava, only an hour on the train.

We also travelled Vienna to Prague by train, it took just over 4 hours, best for an overnight trip. You could combine it with your visit to Bratislava, make it an overnight trip, instead of 2 separate day trips.

Re: Day Trip from Vienna

by TheWanderingCamel

You say you're staying 4 days - Vienna itself has more than enough to keep you busy for evey one of them but Bratislava is really nice side excursion and, going in the other direction up the Danube Melk, with its great Baroque royal monastery is another. Globetrott has an excellent page about it, all the detail of how to get there, what to see etc.

Travel Tips for Vienna

In awe

by Sharrie

VIENNA: The most fascinating city in Europe.
The world's most famous classical musicians were all from here!
Wolfgang Amadeus MOZART (1756-91), Joseph HAYDN (1732-1809), Franz SCHUBERT (1797-1828), Gustav MAHLER (1860-1911), Johann STRAUSS the Elder (1804-49) & Johann STRAUSS Junior (1825-1899) (Austrian King of Waltz).
I was when I visited this artistic city - a very refined and cultured city of music and arts. Vienna flourished in the 18th century and the Hapsburgs was so cultured and rich that a half-day visit to its museum and Treasury (Hofburg Palace) leaves one in awe!

Uhhhhh! What a city! I am thoroughly impressed with everything and every site in Austria. There are so many things to see and do that a week is too short: most beautiful churches, imperial Baroque style palaces and magnificent collection of paintings simply too wonderful to describe. You should see them in person, this is one city I am willing to explore for months...

Fiaker - Horse cariage ride

by tomeek

No matter if you are in Vienna alone, on a business trip, or with your partner on a romantic trip, make sure you take this "Fiaker" ride, there are several stations in the center. 20 minutes costs 40E (euro), its expensive yes, but you truly feel the taste of the past times...and don't forget to ask the driver to make a picture, they are very talented photographers!

Mayerling & Heiligenkreutz abbey

by globetrott

Mayerling is a small village south of Vienna and it all of a sudden became famous in 1889 for the fact, that crown-prince Rudolf commited suicide there togeather with his 17-years-old mistress Mary Vetsera. The Kaiser donated the hunting-lodge to Carmelite nuns - it was completely reconstructed by them, but a few things were not changed and became a place that plenty of tourists enjoy to visit. In combination with Mayerling you may also visit the monastery Heiligenkreutz , just a few km north of Mayerling. 13 medieval Babenberger-kings are buried in Heiligenkreutz. Seegrotte Hinterbrühl is a lake inside a mountain and you may explore that grotto by boat.
You may enjoy Mayerling in combination with Heiligenkreutz and Seegrotte Hinterbruehl by a bus-tour of 4 hours by "Vienna Sightseeing"
That tour #4 is 42 Euros and available daily at 09.45a.m. a
nd mostly also at 02.45p.m.
between march 25th and Nov.1st
from Nov.2nd till march 30th daily except wednesday, also at 09.45 You could of course make that tour also on your own by BUS 365 - it takes you to Mayerling and Heiligenkreutz !
Mayerling is open april1st-oct.1st: mon-sat:
09.00a.m.-12.30p.m. + 01.30p.m.-05.45p.m.
sunday it starts at 10.00a.m., the rest is the same !
Heiligenkreutz - guided tours only and only upon appointment :


by coceng

St. Stephen's Cathedral or also known as Stephansdom, is the best illustration of late Austrian Gothic.
The interior walls & pillars are decorated with fine statues & side altars.
A magnificent gothic piece is the stone pulpit, designed by Anton Pilgram in 1515.

The photo that I took inside the church is a bit dark because I didn't want to use the flash (we are prohibited actually). Still, you probably could see the interior if you open your eyes a bit wider. Sorry.

School outing

by Manara

If you visit Vienna at times of the year when the schools are not closed for holidays, you are very likely to meet groups of children led by their teachers.
You meet some in all the museums and it is a pleasure to see them. Even if they are too young to understand in full arts and history, exposure to them from an early age will certainly produce some results, I think.
However, if it's March or April and you meet large groups of teenagers in the touristy places, you can be sure they are Italian students on trips organized by their highschools. Vienna is the favourite destination for such trips.


Popular Hotels in Vienna

Hotel Sacher Wien

Hotel Class 5 out of 5 stars 4 Reviews

Philharmonikerstrasse 4, Vienna, Vienna

Show Prices

Hotel Imperial

Hotel Class 5 out of 5 stars 4 Reviews

Kaerntner Ring 16, Vienna, Vienna

Show Prices

Small Luxury Hotel Das Tyrol

Hotel Class 4 out of 5 stars 1 Review

Mariahilferstrasse 15, Vienna, Vienna

Show Prices

Grand Hotel Wien

Hotel Class 5 out of 5 stars 4 Reviews

Kaerntner Ring 9, Vienna, Vienna

Show Prices

View all Vienna hotels

View all Vienna hotels

Latest Vienna hotel reviews

Marriott Vienna
655 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 1, 2014
Pension Suzanne
470 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jun 24, 2014
Intercontinental Wien
665 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 8, 2014
Pension Wildenauer
19 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Dec 16, 2013
Hotel Geblergasse
141 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 1, 2014
Arcotel Kaiserwasser
141 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jun 27, 2014
Mailberger Hof
47 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jun 19, 2014
Hotel Austria
442 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 3, 2014
Altstadt Vienna Hotel
647 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 4, 2014
Mercure Imlauer Nestroy Wien Hotel
170 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jun 26, 2014
Pension Schonbrunn
41 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jun 29, 2014
Hotel Schweizerhof
67 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jun 14, 2014
Im Palais Schwarzenberg
11 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Mar 5, 2011
Regina Hotel
181 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 6, 2014
Austria Trend Schloss
65 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jun 23, 2014

 Vienna Sporthotel

We've found that other people looking for this hotel also know it by these names:

Vienna Sporthotel Hotel Vienna

Address: Baumgasse 83, Vienna, Vienna, Austria