How To Travel To Austria – Penthouses

If you’re wondering how to travel to Austria in style then you’re in the right place! We have compiled the best penthouse accommodations that Vienna, Austria has to offer. Additionally, to help you on your way, we have picked out the most well-revered nearby attractions. Staying in a penthouse is luxurious and it can be affordable, especially if traveling in a group. How to travel to Austria does not have to be a difficult question. That’s why we’ve compiled the very best penthouses to make your Vienna stay an absolutely unforgettable one. Enjoy scrolling through these top penthouse picks that will help solve part of the equation in regard to that question of how to travel to Austria.

Vienna, with a population of about 1.9 million people, is the largest city and federal capital of Austria. Vienna is referred to as the City of Music and also the City of Dreams due to one of its most famous inhabitants, Sigmund Freud. Known for its high quality of life, this Austrian city has been ranked number one multiple times for being the world’s most livable city. Vienna’s superior livability is due to its quality of life based on stability, healthcare, culture, environment, education, infrastructure, innovation and markets.

Such a livable city naturally attracts savvy travelers. Architecture, music, theatre, opera, museums, balls, nature and sports are just some of the things that drive Vienna’s tourism, drawing in over 6.8 million people per year. Summer high temperatures average about 80 degrees Fahrenheit while winter highs average in the high 30s.

Vienna’s major points of interest include Hofburg Palace, Schönbrunn Palace, Tiergarten Schönbrunn Zoo, Riesenrad Ferris wheel, BurgtheaterTheater an der WienWiener Staatsoper,  VolksoperWiener Musikverein,  Wiener Konzerthausspanische HofreitschuleAlbertinaBelvedereLeopold Museum,  KunstHausWienKunsthistorisches MuseumNaturhistorisches Museum,  Technisches Museum WienZentralfriedhofSt. Stephen’s CathedralDeutschordenskirche,  Jesuitenkirche,  Karlskirche and more.

 

City Center Penthouse

Goldschmiedgasse , 01. Innere Stadt

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What’s around?

City Center Penthouse offers city views, free WiFi, a fully-equipped kitchen with a dishwasher, a seating area with a sofa, a TV, a washing machine, a hairdryer and is located near: Philipp Plein (clothing store), Dessous (lingerie store), Roberto American Bar, Aesop (cosmetics store), COS (clothing store), Wallmeier (hairdresser), Leones (ice cream shop), Leschanz (chocolate shop), Patara-Vienna (restaurant), Wienerin (restaurant), Ilona Stuberl (Hungarian restaurant) and more.

This location is 0.1 miles from Graben, St. Stephen’s Cathedral, St. Peter’s Catholic Church, Bürgertheater and Jewish Museum Vienna, 0.2 miles from Department Store Steffl, Mozarthaus Vienna, Judenplatz Square and Spanish Riding School, 0.3 miles from Imperial Treasury Vienna, Austrian National Library and Albertina Museum, 1.3 miles from Belvedere Palace and 10.7 miles from Schwechat Airport.

 

Approximate cost per night (penthouse): $342

Cost per person  (four people): $86


 

 

Lambrechtgasse Penthouse

4 Lambrechtgasse

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Wieden Area

Lambrechtgasse Penthouse has 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, air conditioning, free WiFi, a flat-screen TV, a dining area, a fully-equipped kitchen, a patio with city views and a terrace. Nearby you’ll find: Takko Fashion (clothing store), Reformhaus Wallner (bistro), Koo Sushi, DiningRuhm (fusion restaurant), Restaurant Sokrates (Greek restaurant), Freie Bühne Wieden (performing art theater) and more.

From here you’ll find Vienna Main Train Station 0.5 miles, Naschmarkt, Vienna University of Technology and Karlskirche 0.6 miles, Theater an der Wien, Christmas Market Karlsplatz, Belvedere Palace and Austrian Gallery Belvedere 0.7 miles, Haus des Meeres and Musikverein 0.8 miles, Vienna State Opera 0.9, Ernst Happel Stadium 2.8 miles and Schwechat Airport 10.2 miles.

 

Approximate cost per night: $250

Cost per person (six people): $42

 

 

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Good(wo)man’s Designer Penthouse

Lacknergasse 32, 17. Hernals

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Near here?

Featuring 2 bedrooms, free WiFi, a living room, a fully-equipped kitchen, air-conditioning and a flat-screen TV, this penthouse can be found close to: Romuliana Grill, LOVAC (restaurant), Le Chic (clothing store), Kimi (Asian restaurant), Picco Bella (pizza restaurant), Essouira Lounge (cafe), Schrammelbeisl (restaurant), Principe (restaurant), Der Brandstetter (restaurant), Geier (bakery), Hemingway Cafe, Grillplatzl (Greek restaurant), XxXL (restaurant) and more.

Vienna General Hospital and St. Anna Children’s Hospital are 0.8 miles, Volksoper Vienna is 1 mile, Theater in der Josefstadt, Strudlhofstiege, Votive Church, Vienna and Wiener Stadthalle are 1.3 miles, Vienna City Hall and Rathausplatz are 1.5 miles, Albertina Museum is 2.1 miles, Schönbrunn Zoo is 3.1 miles and Schwechat Airport is 12.7 miles from this property.

 

Approximate cost per night: $260

Cost per person (eight people): $33


 

 

GoVienna Luxury Penthouse

Lustkandlgasse 48, 09. Alsergrund

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What’s around?

GoVienna Luxury Penthouse offers 2 bedrooms, 2 terraces, 2 floors, a kitchen with dining table and a living room. It’s found near: LEO (hot dog stand), HOFER (discount super market), Bio (pizzeria), Kaffee-Konditorei (cafe), Sinohouse (wine bar), Pappala Pub (bar), Weinstadt (bar), SOS (bar), Halbestadt bar), Isaac’s (pub), Stocksale (store), Hexer’s (restaurant), Vanella (ice cream shop), Nekam’s (restaurant), Sylvia’s (hair dresser) and more.

From here Volksoper Vienna is 0.4 miles, Sigmund Freud Museum is 0.9 miles, Votive Church, Vienna is 1 mile, Graben is 1.7 miles, St. Stephen’s Cathedral is 1.7 miles, Vienna State Opera is 2 miles, Ernst Happel Stadium is 3.5 miles and Schwechat Airport is 12.2 miles.

 

Approximate cost per night: $250

Cost per person (six people): $40

 

 

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SKY9 Penthouse Apartments

Vienna’s Main Train Station

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Vienna Main Train Station

With multiple penthouse rental options that feature fully-equipped kitchens, flat-screen smart TVs, free WiFi and panoramic city views, SKY9 Penthouse Apartments are found near: Bakery Strock (bakery), Oberlaa (cake shop), OBB (lounge), der Ringsmuth (restaurant), Gelateria Marini (ice cream shop), ADMIRAL Sportsbar, Gulten Karagoz (hair salon), Wurstelstand em Sudtiroler Platz (diner), 15 sube Minuten Wien (cafe), Piccolo Bar (escort), Tatiana Krajca (hair salon), La Bonita Beauty Salon and more.

This location is 0.1 miles from Vienna Main Train Station, 0.4 miles from Austrian Gallery Belvedere, 0.5 miles from Belvedere Palace and Belvedere 21, 0.7 miles from Museum of Military History, 0.8 miles from Karlskirche, Christmas Market Karlsplatz and Rennweg Train Station, 1.1 miles from Vienna State Opera, 2.6 miles from Ernst Happel Stadium and 9.8 miles from Schwechat Airport.

 

Approximate cost per night (XL penthouse): $200

Cost per person (five people): $40

 

 

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Luxury Living Penthouse

Habsburgergasse 5 23, 01. Innere Stadt

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What’s happening?

Luxury Living Penthouse has free WiFi, city views, a flat-screen TV and is near: Steiff in Wien (toy store), Reinthaler’s Beisl (Viennese restaurant), Ilona Stuberl (Hungarian restaurant), Versace Boutique, Topkapi (nail salon), Gucci, Fendi, Chancellery Vienna (restaurant), OSTERIA d’ATRI (Italian restaurant), Nightfly’s Club (American bar), Eskeles (cafe), Charim Galerie (art gallery), Bar Pronto da Salvo, Blue Mustard (bar), Galerie Ernst Hilger (art gallery) and more.

From here you’ll find Jewish Museum Vienna, Graben, Spanish Riding School, St. Peter’s Catholic Church, Sisi Museum, Hofburg and Imperial Treasury Vienna 0.1 miles, Austrian National Library and St. Stephen’s Cathedral 0.2 miles, Albertina Museum and Vienna Volksgarten 0.3 miles, Belvedere Palace 1.3 miles and Schwechat Airport 10.7 miles.

 

Approximate cost per night: $222


 

Vienna Calling Penthouse

Löwengasse 19, 03. Landstraße

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And here?

Vienna Calling Penthouse Apartments offers free bikes, free WiFi, TVs, air conditioning, fully-equipped kitchens, city views, an elevator and is close to: der gockel (restaurant), Garage01 (restaurant), Gasthaus Wild (restaurant), Vital Vienna (Italian restaurant), Anker (bakery), Best of Portugal (wine store), Etsan (supermarket), Federico II (restaurant), Indus Sindh (Indian restaurant), Das Dorf (cafe), Kolonitz Beisl (restaurant) and more.

This property is 0.2 miles from Kunst Haus Wien – Museum Hundertwasser and Hundertwasserhaus, 0.5 miles from MAK – Austrian Museum of Applied Arts, Vienna Prater Amusement Park and Giant Ferris Wheel, 0.6 miles from Stadtpark, 0.9 miles from St. Stephen’s Cathedral and House of Music, 1.1 miles from Albertina Museum, Vienna State Opera and Austrian National Library and 10 miles from Schwechat Airport.

 

Approximate cost per night: $375

Cost per person (six people): $63

 

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So there they are, Vienna Austria’s top penthouse accommodations along with the best local attractions. We hope that this information has been helpful for finding your perfect Vienna accommodations. Have a great trip!

19 Replies to “How To Travel To Austria – Penthouses”

  1. I like the Luxury Living Penthouse the most. It’s beautiful and it feels more like home to me. On the other hand, SKY9 Penthouse Apartments are close to the train station, so it will be easier to visit other cities. And Modern Penthouse is so bright.

    I don’t know, it’s difficult to choose only one… 🙂

  2. All I can say is wow these are pretty amazing with there own flair and style. I believe living like this will make your trip even more exciting as you get a taste and a feel of the good life. These penthouses are just fabulous and will give you a real bang for your buck. I am sure that your readers will love what you are sharing.

  3. Enjoying a rooftop view in a historical European City that a Penthouse Suite provides a unique connection to the city. And Vienna is no exception. Can you imagine having a Penthouse suite in  the San Fernando Valley of LA? No contest. Our home is situated on a hillside there and all we can see are bland rooftops, freeways and trees. 

    I have once concern about Penthouses in general. Especially in Europe. Do they all have elevators? I assume they do because the cost to rent one of these I am sure is quite expensive. 

    Talking about expense, this can be justified if a family rents one. Or a group of friends traveling together. The variety of Penthouses you have offered in Vienna is amazing. They all have great amenities and fantastic locations. I also like the option of having a place with high ceilings. I preferred units that had windows looking straight out to provide rooftop views. I am not partial to ones that only have skylights. I like my bedroom to have city views rather than sky views. And there were those that did meet this preference of mine.

    My favorite one was the Vienna Calling Penthouse because it had a spacious terrace filled with outdoor furniture. Great place to relax with a cocktail or glass of wine while enjoying the breezes and city rooftop views. 

    I only wish I was on a flight to Vienna with a reservation at one of these Penthouses of my choice. 

    1. Hi Edwin, when clicking the links it should let you know if the building offers elevator access. They do look amazing don’t they!

  4. Hi,
    The Vienna Calling Penthouse looks really interesting to me. In particular, I am an avid cyclist, and would enjoy travelling all around the city and exploring the sites via bicycle. Do you recommend that, or is it better to take other forms of transportation?
    I was fortunate to travel to Belgium a few times, and so many people commuted and traveled around the city (Brussels and Leuven) on their bicycles. Is Vienna similar to that, or do the canals change that scenario?
    I find your blog to be inspiring and motivating to go back to Europe.
    Thanks,
    Bobby O.

  5. Hi Pentrental

    I really liked this post your cover photo the Lacknergasse 32, 17. Hernals was tight. I could see myself staying in that for a while.  Also, I liked the Löwengasse 19, 03. Landstraße I would love to wake up that view. I can see myself out there chilling sipping on something cold. Love your stuff man keep it up.

    Much Success

    Eric

  6. I love the Luxury Living Penthouse “habsburgergasse” In Vienna the wood style fixture is beautiful, and so relaxing, I could stay there forever. I like the way the pictures capture the lighting in the rooms making each features show it’s true beauty, which I think is the high selling point of each of these penthouses.
    I agree with Edwin, “I only wish I was on a flight to Vienna with a reservation at one of these Penthouses of my choice.”

  7. I really like the GoVienna Luxury Penthouse the best. With the modern architecture of the window/skylights bringing in plenty of light it gives a majestic atmosphere that royalty lives here. I am torn between this penthouse and the huge room that is in store at the modern Penthouse. With 3 bedrooms it would make a fabulous place for a small group that could be close yet sleep privately. Both penthouses have plenty of shops to visit during the day and restaurants to dine in. Decisions, decisions.

  8. These beautiful structures in Austria are mind blowing! The designs are similar to designs of apartments inside buildings here in the states. When I lived in Chicago, that luxurious area was called ‘the Magnificent Mile.’ The buildings along the ‘Magnificent Mile’ cater to wealthy commercial and residential owners.

    I don’t know if certain areas in Austria cater to certain clientele according to financial status, but here in the USA they separate the rich from the poor. You can only purchase property and luxury units according to income. So in other words, nothing comes cheap!  

  9. Hi,  The Vienna Calling Penthouse looks really interesting to me. In particular, I am an avid cyclist, and would enjoy travelling all around the city and exploring the sites via bicycle. Do you recommend that, or is it better to take other forms of transportation?

    I was fortunate to travel to Belgium a few times, and so many people commuted and traveled around the city (Brussels and Leuven) on their bicycles. Is Vienna similar to that, or do the canals change that scenario?I find your blog to be inspiring and motivating to go back to Europe.

    Thanks,Bobby O.

  10. Wow, this just keep getting better and better. I’ve heard quite alot of fun things about Austria and I really wnat to visit with my family vacation but a good place to stay have been heavy on my mind. Seeing these penthouses gives me so much satisfaction on where to stay. I’d love to visit Austria around December, how do I make a reservation/booking? 

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