We recommend to attendees at the JTBD SUMMIT EUROPE to book their rooms in one of these two hotels. Both are situated in the heart of Vienna's old town.

Steigenberger Hotel Herrenhof

Find different epochs of Vienna in the hotel

Steigenberger Hotel Herrenhof is situated in the heart of Vienna’s old city, just 250 m away from the Hofburg. The Goldenes Quartier, Vienna’s luxury shopping district is reachable in about 4 minutes by foot. It takes about 11 minutes to reach the State Opera.

196 rooms and suites with first-class interior design, along with the perfect mix of tradition and modernity, will guarantee a truly special stay. For your comfort, the rooms include a flatscreen TV, air conditioning, minibar, coffee- and tea-making facilities and a safe.


Superior room: €209,-


The interiors of the rooms and suites are individually designed in styles ranging from baroque to art deco.

Motel One Vienna - Staatsoper

Plié, arabesque, etude

Motel One Vienna – Staatsoper is housed in a charming old listed building, featuring original stone floors, oak parquet and ornamental plasterwork. A unique design medley is created from a mix of cute ballerina chairs by Henryot and contemporary tutu lamps by Arturo Alvarez.

This affordable Design Hotel is located in Vienna’s 1st district, and thus in the heart of downtown, close to the magnificent home of the Staatsoper as well as the popular Naschmarkt, and just a short stroll from the Hofburg and Stephansdom.


Superior room: €101,56

An unparalleled way to experience the delights of the Austrian capital, and a sophisticated atmosphere in which to enjoy your stay.

Best places to visit

Vienna State Opera
and down town

Discover the old city of Vienna with its famous Cafés, shopping street Kärtnerstrasse as well as the St. Stephen’s Cathedral and Culture behind almost each corner.

The Vienna State Opera is considered one of the most important opera houses in the world; in particular, it is the house with the largest repertoire.

Significant details of the building are the loggia, with its allegories in the arcades, the wall paintings, and the imposing staircase with the statues of the seven Free arts, made out of marble.  The stage area covers a gigantic 1.500 m².


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Vienna Giant Ferris Wheel
and Prater

Vienna’s Giant Ferris Wheel offers unparalleled views over the city, and has done since the turn of the century in 1900. As one of the city’s most iconic landmarks, the wheel marks the entrance to the Prater amusement park and is a traditional moving monument of the city’s skyline. A promised panoramic adventure, take to the skies and learn about Vienna from all angles.


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Hofburg Palace
and Fiaker with horses

The Hofburg Palace is a must-see when visiting Vienna. The power-house of the Austrian empire, it holds a wealth of rich culture and history waiting to be explored. The Habsburg emperors built their imperial forum into one of the most lavish locations and now it stands as the official seat of the Austrian President. With a variety of museums such as the Imperial Treasury Vienna, art galleries and prestigious collections, there is plenty to be discovered.


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Best locations for food and drinks in Vienna

Famous Tafelspitz at Plachutta
The unique character of the Plachutta restaurants is based on the tradition of Viennese boiled beef. Emperor Franz Joseph made boiled beef hugely popular when he declared that it was his favourite meal. Joseph Wechsberg, the Old Austrian essayist and gourmet, wrote “in Vienna, a person who couldn’t talk learnedly about at least a dozen different cuts of boiled beef didn’t belong, no matter how much money he’d made or if the Kaiser had awarded him the title of Hofrat (court councillor) or Kommerzialrat.” Vienna attained a unique international position early on with the typical small cuts of beef. Among the many beef delicacies, it is undoubtedly the Tafelspitz that has achieved the greatest fame.

Coffee houses have played an important historical role in shaping Viennese culture, acting as key meeting places for important writers, artists, musicians and philosophers in the 19th century.


Here you find the 10 best Cafés from Vienna. 
The personal recommendation from Manuela, our Summit organizer, is Cafe Central:


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