Hilton Vienna Danube Waterfront

Vienna Hotel
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ChainHilton
Brand
Hilton Hotels
Built1988
Renovated2011
Total Meeting Space1,400 sq. m
Guest Rooms367
Handelskai 269
Vienna 1020

Hilton Vienna Danube Waterfront

Vienna Hotel
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Awards

2011 ISO 9001 Certificate for Quality Management Systems 2011 ISO 14001 Certification for Enviromental Management Systems

Amenities

Room Features and Guest Services

  • Internet Access

Facilities

  • Onsite Restaurant

Services

  • Business Center

Recreational Activities

  • Health Club
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Whirlpool

Image Gallery

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Meeting Space

Total Meeting Space1,400 sq. m
Meeting Rooms24
Largest Room2,469 sq. m
Second Largest Room732 sq. m

Guest Rooms

Total Guest Rooms367
Singles (1 Bed)162
Doubles (2 Beds)197
Suites24

Nearby


Local Attractions

Messe Wien Exhibition Congress Center

Convention Center
3 minutes away
Flexible solutions. Whether it is a trade fair, conference, or corporate event, Messe Wien provides spaces for ideas to be discovered. Spaces for stylish presentations, spaces for discussions, spaces to cultivate relationships and spaces where people can get together to develop new ideas. Messe Wien provides flexible solutions for all of these, with 55,000 m² of exhibition space and a further 7,000 m² of space available the Congress Center.
Messeplatz 1
Vienna, AT 1020

Prater Park

Park
3 km away
The Prater is a large public park in Vienna's 2nd district (Leopoldstadt). The Wurstelprater amusement park, often simply called "Prater", lies in one corner of the Wiener Prater and includes the Wiener Riesenrad Ferris wheel. The area that makes up the modern Prater was first mentioned in 1162, when Emperor Friedrich I gave the land to a noble family called de Prato. The word "Prater" was first used in 1403, originally referring to a small island in the Danube north of Freudenau, but was gradually extended to mean the neighbouring areas as well. The land changed hands frequently until it was bought by Emperor Maximilian II in 1560 to be a hunting ground. To deal with the problem of poachers, Emperor Rudolf II forbade entry to the Prater. On April 7, 1766, Emperor Joseph II declared the Prater to be free for public enjoyment, and allowed the establishment of coffee-houses and cafés, which led to the beginnings of the Wurstelprater. Throughout this time, hunting continued to take place in the Prater, ending only in 1920. In 1873, a World Exhibition was held in the Prater, for which a large area of land was set aside, centered on the Rotunda, which burnt down in 1937. This land now houses the Messegelände (exhibition centre). On the grounds of modern-day Kaiserwiese, an attraction called "Venice in Vienna” was established in 1895 by Gabor Steiner. The area included an artificial lagoon to simulate the canals of Venice, Italy. In 2004, major renovations to the Wurstelprater began, and a new underground railway line was finished and brought into service on May 11, 2008, which includes three stops along the Prater (see Vienna U-Bahn). The railway station Praterstern has been in operation for a long time and is only a few dozen metres away from an entrance to the park. The overall area of the park has also been reduced by the building of the Ernst-Happel-Stadion (Austria's national stadium), the Südosttangente (Austria's busiest piece of motorway) and Krieau Race Track. In 2013, the new campus of the Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien (Vienna University of Economics and Business/WU) was opened next to the Prater. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prater
Vienna, AT 1020

Austria Center Vienna

Convention Center
4 km away
Surrounded by contemporary architecture, just 7 minutes from the city centre and a few minutes’ walk from the Danube and the Donaupark. Austria’s largest conference centre has a total capacity for 20,000 delegates and offers 24 lecture rooms for between 100 and 4,320 participants, 180 meeting rooms and 22,000 m² of exhibition space. Big ideas need space. The wide range of halls, rooms and outdoor spaces at the Austria Center Vienna is unrivalled in Europe, and the versatility of the rooms means event concepts can be tailored to both conventional and innovative meeting formats. The dedicated team works closely with event organisers to meet the needs of all of their participants. Because successful events bring people together.
Bruno-Kreisky-Platz 1
Vienna, AT 1220

Vienna International Airport

Airport
12 km away
Vienna, AT 2010

City Hall

Historical Landmark
6 km away
The City Hall is one of the most splendid amongst the numerous monumental buildings along Vienna's. Designed by Friedrich Schmidt (1825-1891), it was erected between 1872 and 1883. The architecture of the Ringstraße is dominated by historicism. In Historicism various stylistic elements of the past were combined into a style in its own right. Friedrich Schmidt however orientated himself just on one particular epoch. The City Hall was built in gothical style, with a tower similar to gothic cathedrals. The gothic era saw the growth of the cities and the emergence of an urban burgeoisie. Today the City Hall is the head office of Vienna's municipal administration. More than 2000 people work in the building. Visitors are stunned by the magnificent appointments of the state rooms, which frequently provide an atmospheric backdrop to various events such as press conferences, concerts or balls.
Friedrich-Schmidt-Platz 1
Vienna, AT 1010

Spanish Riding School

Recreation
4 km away
The Spanish Riding School, a significant part of Austria’s cultural heritage, is not only the oldest riding academy in the world, it is also the only one where the High School of Classical Horsemanship has been cherished and maintained for over 430 years. The School takes the “Spanish” part of its name from the horses which originated from the Iberian Peninsula during the 16th century and which were considered especially noble, spirited and willing and suited for the art of classical horsemanship. Today’s Lipizzaner stallions are the descendants of this proud Spanish breed, a cross between Spanish, Arabian and Berber horses, and they delight horse lovers from all over the world with their performances.
Michaelerplatz 1
Vienna, AT 1010

MuseumsQuartier Wien

Museum
7 km away
Enjoyment of Art and Joie de Vivre: With about 70 cultural facilities, the MuseumsQuartier Wien is one of the largest art and culture complexes in the world. The many courtyards, ­cafés, and shops throughout the complex lend it the additional quality of being an urban living room and an oasis of calm and recreation in the middle of the city. Historic buildings from the 18th and 19th century and contemporary museums form a unique architectural ensemble and create a special ambience. At the MuseumsQuartier Wien, the production and experience of art form an inseparable whole with recreation and relaxation.
Museumsplatz 1/5
Vienna, AT 1070

St Stephen's Cathedral

Historical Landmark
6 km away
St. Stephen's Cathedral is the number one attraction in the city. Seven services are held on weekdays and ten on Sundays. Always wonderfully decorated, the cathedral church of St. Stephen's becomes particularly busy with churchgoers on high feast days such as Easter, Whitsun and Christmas, etc. Services of general interest (marriages, requiem services of important public figures, etc.) are often broadcast live on television. On these special occasions and on high feast days, the Pummerin can be heard ringing in the services.
St Stephen's Cathedral
Vienna, AT 1010

Distance from Airport

  • 17.7 km from Venue

Getting Here

Airport: 20 minutes by car

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On its unique site by the Danube River and just 5 minutes walking distance from the exhibition and trade fair grounds Messe Wien, the UNO City, the Ernst Happel Football Stadium, the Prater and the Danube Island, the Hilton Vienna Danube Waterfront is the ideal, central location for travellers in search of both business and pleasure. Take in spectacular views of the River Danube and stay in the comfort of a newly renovated guest room at the new Hilton Vienna Danube Waterfront hotel. Close to Vienna attractions, this Vienna hotel is just 20 minutes' drive from Vienna International Airport and offers 24 flexible, fully equipped Vienna meeting rooms for up to 350 delegates. Sample authentic seasonal dishes from the Alps/Adriatic region in the newly opened 'Waterfront Kitchen' or, during the summer months, sit back and relax on the spacious terrace. Catch up with friends throughout the day and enjoy a drink or tasty snack in welcoming PIER 269 BAR & LOUNGE at this hotel on the banks of the River Danube. Business is a pleasure at the Hilton Vienna Danube Waterfront hotel offering an elegant Hilton Meetings boardroom, nine meeting rooms, flooded with natural light, and an 8th floor Executive Lounge with panoramic views of Vienna's skyline. All guest rooms at this viennese hotel offer wireless internet access and a separate working area.

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Apr 1 – Jul 8
Sep 1 – Nov 30
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Dec 1 – Dec 31
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Jul 9 – Aug 31

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