Located in the heart of Vienna directly on the world famous Ring Boulevard, Palais Hansen Kempinski ist in walking distance to all main sights.


Palais Hansen Kempinski Vienna is located in the historic heart of the metropolis by the Danube, close to the former Vienna Stock Exchange, St Stephen's Cathedral, Vienna City Hall and other main sights of the city. It takes only 25 minutes by car to reach Vienna International Airport, and the hotel is easily reachable by public transport. 

Address and Contact Details: 
Schottenring 24, 
1010 Vienna, 

T. +43 1 236 1000 
E. [email protected] 

Situated directly in the city centre of Vienna, we can be easily reached by car, taxi or public transport. A taxi from Vienna International Airport takes approximately 25 minutes and costs about EUR 40. If you are arriving on public transport, the closest stops are Schottenring (U-Bahn 2 or 4) or Börsegasse (tram). 
A public parking garage is located directly underneath Palais Hansen Kempinski Vienna. The bell staff are more than happy to park your car; parking costs approx. EUR 45 per day. 

A1 - Munich / Salzburg / Linz 
At the end of the highway, continue onto the Wiener Straße in the direction of the city. The street will turn into Hamburgerstraße, and afterwards turn left onto the Karlsplatz. Go straight to the end and turn left at the intersection in front of the opera onto the Opernring. Then, go straight until you reach the Schottenring. 

A5 - Prague 
Exit 1-Eibesbrunn in the direction of Wiener Straße/B7. Turn right onto the Lundenburger Gasse and continue on the A22 in the direction of the city through the Nordbrücke. Continue on the B227 and turn right onto the Türkengasse. Stay on the left side to reach the Schlickplatz. Continue to the Börsengasse and turn left onto the Schottenring. 

A4 - Bratislava 
Driving down the East Highway onto the Schüttelstraße, turn left onto Rembrandtstraße and cross the Rossauer Bridge. Continue on Türkenstraße, turn left to Schlickplatz and continue on the Börsegasse. Turn left into the side street of Schottenring and continue until Schottenring 24. 

If you are arriving by public transport, the closest stops are Schottenring (U-Bahn 4, 2) or Börsegasse (Tram 1, D, 71). Currently, a single-trip ticket for Vienna's public transport costs EUR 2.40. 

A taxi from the airport costs around EUR 40 (duration: 25 minutes). 


  • St Stephen's Cathedral: 10–15 minutes' walk, about 1.2 km 
  • Schoenbrunn Palace: 40 minutes' ride by public transport, about 7.1 km 
  • Vienna Zoo: 20 minutes' ride with public transport, about 7.5 km 
  • Shopping/Fashion Street in 1. District: 10–15 minutes' walk, about 1.0 km 
  • City Hall: 12 minutes' ride by public transport, about 1.5 km 
  • State Opera House: 20 minutes' ride by public transport, about 2.2 km 
  • Vienna Museums Quartier: 15 minutes' ride by public transport, about 2.3 km 
  • Giant Ferris Wheel (Prater): 20 minutes' ride by public transport, about 3.2 km 

Palais Hansen Kempinski Vienna is located in the middle of the Boerse district. The neighbourhood around the Boerse, which was also built by Theophil Hansen, offers green space on the Danube Canal and in Boerse Park, where you can briskly walk by the ring road or take a relaxing stroll in the Heinrichsgasse. Together with partners, such as the Vienna Insurance Group or the Neue Wiener Werkstätte, the hotel created a new atmosphere in the Boerse district. With its wide range of offers – from afternoon tea and a business lunch to spa treatments during lunch breaks – Palais Hansen Kempinski Vienna created a place of European luxury for the people of Vienna. 

48° 12′ 59″ N 
16° 22′ 7″ E