British Airways to Vienna

British Airways to Vienna

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British Airways to Vienna cheap flights & FAQ

  • What is the transportation method from the main airport to downtown in Vienna?

    • The distance from Vienna International Airport to downtown is about 18km, by taxi about 30 minutes.
  • How many airports are there in Vienna (VIE)?

    There are 1 airport(s) near Vienna(VIE): Vienna International Airport.
  • Which airlines offer free date changes for flights to this city during the COVID19 pandemic?

    There are no airlines with flights to this city that provide this service. Please use this information as a reference only and confirm with the airline prior to booking.

Hotels in Vienna

Hotels near Vienna

5/5Perfect61 Reviews
Vienna|2.87km from downtown
This Hotel is well worth a visit . The staff were very friendly and the breakfast had everything u would want . It was great value for Vienna and only a couple of stops on the metro into town . Metro stop is only 5 min from hotel and it was 2.40 euro to travel. Also there are lovely places to eat and drink nearby . It’s a spotless clean hotel and having the pool table was great . The Irish pub nearby was excellent called the backbone.
5/5Perfect61 Reviews
Vienna|1.4km from downtown
Since the Covid-19 crisis erupted in the UK, we have been reflecting on happier times during our short stay at the Levante Parliament Hotel for three nights in February. We enjoyed exceptional luxury, comfort and hospitality. This included a surprise complimentary Sacher torte birthday cake with wine on my wife's birthday and an Austrian cake selection on arrival. The hotel is perfectly located to explore the city easily and our room was immaculately clean with a luxury bed and bathroom. Nothing was too much trouble for the lovely staff and we highly recommend the Levante Parliament Hotel for a stay in this amazing city.
4.7/5Outstanding76 Reviews
Vienna International Airport Wien-Flughafen|1.14km from downtown
In general, the worst NH hotel I have ever stayed in. There is nothing in the room, not even a tax in the refrigerator. The breakfast is also generally not good. The bed is very small. The quilt is also small, half smaller than the average single quilt. A 4 star hotel is like a chain hotel. The only advantage is that it is really close to the airport. more than 100 meters. That is to take a sleep in transit, otherwise I won't go again.
5/5Perfect68 Reviews
Vienna|2.71km from downtown
We stayed for a one night get away in September and it was ok for this. However if we would have planned a longer stay we would have been very disappointed. The main benefits are the location and the rooms are fairly clean, but small and have many useless features while not focusing on getting the basics right. e.g the TV is in such an angle from the bed fixed to the wall that it's impossible to watch, the bedside tables are so small you can't place a book on it. The sideboard on which the TV stands is so small that it would be impossible to put a normal sized laptop there and actually do some work. Customer services is basically non existing. We waited ages for a drink in the evening, watched another customer leaving after having ordered a cup of tea and still waiting for it about 20mins later, and when we complained we got a pointless tirade of being understaffed. Which might be true but a.) I am not really interested hearing someone moan about their company, b.) We watched them having great chats at the bar, sneak out in pairs to the "closed" terrace for what I can optimistically guess was a cigarette break, after announcing loudly that they are doing "some table setting" there. Basically - the staff treats customers as stupid and generally think they are too trendy and cool to actually do the job they are there for. The bar staff gave us a "drink" voucher afterwards for waiting, but it felt smug and after listening to the long complain I couldn't be bothered less. In the morning we came down and had a coffee on the terrace. All the tables and chairs where soaking wet, not wiped down at all. Which is a typical example why this isn't a four star. The check in/out process is weird. Something you would expect in a hostel and not a 4 star hotel. A basic welcome greeting and a smile would go miles here. When you come to the hotel it feels like entering a parking garage. It's dark and unwelcoming. There are two lifts which bring you to the reception area. You have to take the lift even if you just need to go to the next floor (the stairs seem to be set for emergencies only and it looked the alarm would go off if you opened the doors). Esp. with the corona 1 person/lift this means you wait ages. The electric guitar thing is just plain stupid. The sound proofing in the rooms is so bad that you hear everyone walking past your door. I can't image anything more annoying than listening to an drunk pseudo musician rocking it off in their rooms. Oh yes, and the bedsheets are across the bed which is unpractical. And the bed covers under the sheets are the wrong way around - so the plastic side is up and that means you feel sweaty sleeping on them. It could be a decent 3 star and quite fun. But selling it as a four star and charging 4 star prices is a cheat.

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