Halal Hotels Vienna
Like other tourists, Muslim travelers coming from Islamic countries have particular requirements when they choose the destination for their vacation. Among these requirements, Muslims are concerned about the availability of halal compliant foods (no pork or alcohol in food) and a clean place to pray.
Many international hotels in Vienna do serve halal food that is slaughtered in accordance with the teachings of Islamic Sharia and is free of any substances forbidden by Islam such as pork and alcohol.
Other Islamic countries such as Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Morocco, Oman and Brunei continue to be popular with Muslim tourists. Among non-OIC countries, Singapore, Thailand, the UK, Japan and Taiwan remain the top five respectively, but show improved scores on the index.
Where to Find Halal Food in Vienna
Best Day Tours in Vienna for Muslim Travelers
Vienna, Austria’s capital, lies in the country’s east on the Danube River. Its artistic and intellectual legacy was shaped by residents including Mozart, Beethoven and Sigmund Freud. The city is also known for its Imperial palaces, including Schönbrunn, the Habsburgs’ summer residence. In the MuseumsQuartier district, historic and contemporary buildings display works by Egon Schiele, Gustav Klimt and other artists
- Melk Abbey and Danube Valley Day Trip from Vienna
- Small-Group Day Trip from Vienna to Hallstatt
- Salzburg Day Trip from Vienna
- Day-trip from Vienna to Hallstatt
- Bratislava Day Trip from Vienna Including Catamaran Cruise
1. Grand Hotel Wien 5* -Halala Hotels Vienna Austria
Only a 3-minute walk from the Vienna State Opera and the famous Kärntner Straße Shopping Street, the luxurious Grand Hotel Wien, a halal hotels Vienna, offers 5 restaurants, 2 bars, a spa area, and a rooftop terrace with panoramic views of Vienna. Valet parking and free WiFi are available as well.
The luxuriously-furnished rooms and suites in the Grand Hotel’s impressive historic building are equipped with elegant furniture, large modern flat-screen TVs with a selection of international channels and coffee making facilities. Bathrobes and slippers can be found in the marble bathroom with 2 washbasins.
The 200 m² large Grand Spa N°605 invites you to enjoy the extended wellness facilities. These include free sauna and a steam bath, a separate ladies-only area.
This high-end 19th-century hotel on a street lined with shops is a 12-minute walk from Hofburg Palace and 3 km from the Prater park.
Featuring antique furniture and scenic views, the opulent rooms offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minibars, as well as tea and coffeemakers. The suites have kitchenettes and dining areas, and some have whirlpool tubs and balconies. Room service is offered 24/7.
A complimentary breakfast buffet is served on a terrace or in the plush lobby cafe. There are 6 restaurants, including Japanese and Arabic choices, and 2 on the rooftop. There’s also a luxe spa and a gym, as well as a grand cafe and a stylish bar.
The Grand Hotel Wien is one of the most luxurious hotels in Europe. Its location in the middle of Vienna, just a few steps to the Vienna State Opera and the ,,Kärntner” Street, is incomparable. The deluxe hotel combines noble ambience, best service and gourmet cuisine. The 205 luxurious and technically state-of-the-art rooms and suites guarantee comfort and well-being due to luxury furniture, elegant design and most modern technical equipment. Even the expectations of the most demanding guests are met. Guests can enjoy culinary delights in four restaurants and two bars.
Highlights are the traditional Japanese restaurant “Unkai” and the restaurant “Le Ciel by Toni Mörwald”, both decorated with numerous awards. Le Ciel by Toni Moerwald is also our Michelin-star awarded gourmet restaurant.
The hotel is a a couple of minutes from the opera house and within easy walking distance, or short subway ride, to some of the main attractions of Vienna. The subway and the tram station is just down the street from the hotel.
The room grand! You enter the room through a small hallway. There were two wardrobes and a luggage rack on the right and a large bathroom on the right.
The bathroom was gleaming with marble tiles, gold coloured taps, twin sinks, a large bath boarded with a wide marble shelf, and a stand-in-the-bath shower. Fortunately there were safety rails both outside and inside the bath to help you step over the wide shelf and into the deep bath. Sensibly, there was also non-slip tape in the bath were you would stand for the shower.
The main room was huge (especially compared with the small rooms of our previous hotels). The ceiling was high and bordered with ornate cornice. Impressive tasseled drapes hung from ceiling to floor.
The room was classically furnished with sofa, chairs, coffee table, and cupboards. The large king sized bed was firm and comfortable. Bed linen was clean, crisp, and fresh. The room was very quiet with the air conditioner turned off. Free water, coffee and tea with a Nespresso machine.
Other usual facilities of a five star hotel were available in the room. Didn’t like the trouser press and it put some horrible creases in my trousers, but maybe I didn’t know how to use it properly?
Friendly, helpful, smiling, polite, and efficient staff.
Breakfast was very good. A choice of about nine different hot dishes served to your table as well as the usual extensive buffet of cereals, fruits, pastries, cold meats, cheeses, etc. A range of western, some Asian and halal dishes. Dinner was tasty but we didn’t think it was anything special.
There were restaurants within easy walking distance of the hotel and a great outdoor sausage stand characteristically called ‘Wiener Wurstelstand’ just up the road from the hotel near the tram stop.
How much does a room costs at Grand Hotel Wien?
Furnished mainly in soft beige tones, these very spacious suites offer views of the famous Ringstraße Boulevard.
They also feature an entrance hall with a separate wardrobe, a living room with an open fireplace, a balcony and a dining table, and an elegant and spacious bathroom with an integrated spa bath and a separate shower. Facilities also include a fully equipped kitchen and 2 flat-screen TVs.
A fruit bowl, small bottle of red wine, petit fours and a flower bouquet are included in the rate.
Where to book online – Grand Hotel Wien – Halal Hotels Vienna – you can find the best halal hotels deals in Vienna during Viennese Dream Christmas Market which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Vienna on Booking.com or Agoda.com or Hotels.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.
2. Hotel Imperial, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Vienna 5* – Muslim Friendly Hotels Vienna
The luxurious, renowned 5-star Hotel Imperial is set directly on the Ringstraße boulevard in the heart of Vienna and takes you back to the times of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. It features exclusive hotel rooms, a gourmet restaurant and a 24-hour rooftop fitness centre with a sauna. It was inaugurated in 1873 by Emperor Francis Joseph as the Palais Württemberg.
Decorated with precious antiques, silk walls and historical details, the rooms and suites of Hotel Imperial, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Vienna offer modern comforts such as air conditioning, a sound system and an extra-large TV. Bathrobes and slippers are available in the spacious marble bathrooms. For guests of the suites, a personal butler service is available.
Guests can dine in the award-winning Restaurant Opus or enjoy a classic Viennese coffee and pastries, including the famous Imperial Torte (cake), at Café Imperial.
In a grand building dating from 1863, this venerable, luxury hotel, with a refined, old-world vibe, is 13 minutes’ walk from Hofburg Palace.
Featuring chandeliers, antiques and marble bathrooms, the elegant rooms come with TVs and limited free Wi-Fi. Suites add opulent decor, and most offer butler service; some include balconies, whirlpool tubs and minibars (no charge). Kids age 12 and under stay at no extra cost with an adult.
There’s a sophisticated restaurant, and a posh piano bar featuring classical music and live performances, as well as a casual cafe offering champagne breakfast. Other amenities include a gym and parking (fee).
If you’re looking for a romantic or a muslim friendly hotel in Vienna, Austria, look no further than Hotel Imperial, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Vienna.
You’ll enjoy relaxing in our rooms, which offer flat-screen TVs, air conditioning, minibars and complimentary Wi-Fi. Our hotel in Vienna also features a 24-hour front desk, and fitness center, a one-of-a-kind restaurant and room service.
Although I’ve been there for only one night, but my experience was amazing.
Love everything there..
Starting from the reception and ending in the gorgeous room.
Hot welcomes from the staff let you feel home.
The great decorations of the hotel let you feel that you really live in an imperial palace.
I like how they consider every small touch from that period of time.
And I will not forget to thank them to consider Muslim visitors by putting Holy Quran,praying mat and a compass.
From the minute you get out of the taxi you are greeted like Royalty. The hotel’s architecture only adds to the experience. An amazing stairwell which we walked down everyday.
Our room was luxurious and spacious and as it was a special occasion the hotel added a few lovely extras which made our two day stay even more memorable, especially when you are visiting a beautiful city like Vienna.
The hotel is a palace! The hotel lives up to its name. We felt like we were staying in a palace, which of course it is a former palace! The room was wonderful & we felt like we were staying in a royal suite.
The staff, lobby, rooms, makes your stay feel special. The location is also very good for all the Vienna touring. We highly recommend to stay at this beautiful palace hotel.
How much does a room costs at Hotel Imperial, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Vienna?
Prices start 399$/night for Classic King Room. The Maisonette Suite with Butler Service is 913$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for couples.
This suite on 2 levels features a balcony with a view of the Musikverein concert hall, Karlskirche church and Belvedere Palace. The bathroom is equipped with free Bulgari toiletries. Petit fours and fresh flowers are provided upon arrival.
The personal butler service includes: – personal check-in service in the room – a leather wallet containing business cards with your temporary hotel address – luggage tags – unpacking and packing service – ironing service (2 garments per reservation) – shoe cleaning service – culinary treats (daily) – flowers.
Where to book online – Hotel Imperial, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Vienna – Muslim Friendly Hotels Vienna – you can find the best halal hotels deals in Vienna during Viennese Dream Christmas Market which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Vienna on Booking.com or Expedia.com or Hotels.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.
3. SO/ Vienna 5* – Halal Hotels Vienna
Designed by the famous architect Jean Nouvel, this stylish hotel offers panoramic views over Vienna, a gourmet restaurant, a gym, and a 750 m² spa area where guests can relax free of charge. SO Vienna is located in the centre of the city, only a short walk from all major attractions.
The air-conditioned rooms at SO Vienna have a bathroom with a bathtub and a rain shower. The minibar including mineral water and fruit juices is free of charge in all rooms. Free WiFi is available in the entire hotel.
Combining traditional Viennese architecture with modern design, the SO Vienna features an elegant glass façade, a spacious lobby with video ceilings and a vertical garden.
The entirely glass-walled Restaurant and Bar Das LOFT on the 18th floor provides direct views of St. Stephen’s Cathedral.
This striking high-end hotel is a 12-minute walk from St. Stephen’s Cathedral and 14 minutes’ walk from a train station.
Sleek, modern rooms offer free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, along with Nespresso machines and minibars. Upgraded rooms add sitting areas, 107-cm flat-screen TVs and rainfall showerheads; some have cathedral views. Suites add living rooms, and some include whirlpool tubs or hammams. Room service is available 24/7.
There’s an acclaimed rooftop restaurant with floor-to-ceiling windows and city views, as well as a refined lounge and a casual lobby bar.
SO/ VIENNA is centrally located in downtown, which today has a thriving creative scene. The hotel boasts spectacular views of the inner city and the St. Stephens cathedral. In front of the hotel you have prime access to the Donaukanal, a popular stretch along the river that attracts sun-hungry locals in the summer. Take a walk along the water and discover an exciting mix of art, culture and eateries. Your stroll takes you past the sights in the Old Town and the docks of the Twin City Liner – a speed boat to Bratislava.
All rooms feature breathtaking uninterrupted views over the city of Vienna, 40″ HD TV, Sofitel MyBed, Hermès Bath Amenities, Rain Shower, Bathtub, Nespresso Coffee & Tea, complimentary Mini-bar, BOSE Sound System & Airplay, SO Yoga Kit.
It is a fantastic hotel stay in many aspects for my family of four – excellent service of the staff, location of hotel, breathtaking view of town (including the beautiful St Stephen’s cathedral) from our rooms, daily sumptuous breakfast at the TOP floor of the hotel etc.
The room is brilliant/fabulous/breathtaking (and more). We had a room on the 13th floor with a king bed and a view of St Stephen’s Cathedral.
The room is large and hip! I wish our bedroom looked like this!!! There was plenty of space for clothes in the neatly concealed space and the hanging wardrobes were lined with fabric that matched the lampshades.
The bathroom was huge, with double sinks, a bath, waterfall shower and had Hermes toiletries; there was a separate toilet which is handy.
We did not eat breakfast at the hotel but did use the free (non alcoholic) drinks in the mini bar and the Nespresso coffee machine (pods supplied). There were also tea bags but no kettle (perhaps the coffee machine was also a tea machine.
The hotel is centrally located just across the river from the old town. Rooms are great although a bit plain. They also have themed rooms like black room, white room etc. I stayed in the black room which was all black. It was a nice experience although the room was pretty dark especially at night and a bit more ofl light would have helped.
The rooftop restaurant / bar offers great views over the city and has a floral design on the ceiling. It is a great place to enjoy breakfast, dinner or drinks with great views over the city. Staff is friendly and helpful and service is great. The hotel is also well connected with the metro station and the airport bus stop just a short walk away across the river. Rooms on the higher floors offer great views over the city, the river and the old town.
Definitely one of the best hotels in the city and a great place to explore the old town.
How much does a room costs at SO/ Vienna?
Prices start 292$/night for SO Cosy Queen Room with Ferris Wheel View. The SO Lofty with St.Stephen’s Cathedral View is 448$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for couples.
This elegant and modern suite offers panoramic views of Vienna and features a comfortable living area, a separate sleeping area, a Bose Wave Music System, 2 flat-screen TVs, and free WiFi access. The large bathroom comes with underfloor heating, a separate rainforest shower, a bath, and exclusive Hermès skin care products.
A complimentary minibar with juices, mineral water, and Nespresso coffee and tea making facilities are provided at no extra cost.
Where to book online – SO/ Vienna
– Halal Friendly Hotels Vienna – you can find the best halal hotels deals in Vienna during Viennese Dream Christmas Market which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Vienna on Booking.com or Expedia.com or Hotels.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.