How to get
Whether you are coming from the west, south, east or north, keep driving on the Gürtel to the Westbahnhof Train Station Station and follow Äussere Mariahilferstrasse to STANYS at Mariahilferstrasse 161.
There are 13 parking spaces in the hotel's courtyard, available on request, for € 15.00 per day. For reservations, please contact our reception desk.
If you come to Vienna by plane take the airport bus from Wien Schwechat VIE to the Westbahnhof railway station:
Vienna Airport Lines
The airport bus runs from 6:00 a.m. to 00:30 a.m. every 30 minutes from the Vienna airport to the Westbahnhof, travel time: approx. 45 minutes. From Westbahnhof take the tram line 52 or 60 in direction Baumgarten or Rodaun (only one tram stop), or just walk around 7 minutes along Äussere Mariahilfer Strasse to STANYS.
You can also reach STANYS by CAT (City Airport Train) and metro line U3.
Take the CAT from the Vienna airport to the station "Wien Mitte" and then change to the underground train line U3, in direction "Ottakring". Get off at the Westbahnhof railway station and either walk 7 minutes or take tramline 52 or 60, only one stop.
The trip by taxi directly to the hotel will take about 30 minutes. The cost will be around € 40,- for up to 3-4 persons with little baggage. A pick-up by station-wagon (if you have more luggage), or by mini-bus for up to 8 persons is around € 49 - 65.-.
We can arrange the taxi transfer for you. Just inform us of your airline, flight number und exact arrival time.
If you are coming from the west, go to the terminal station Westbahnhof, then walk or take tramline 52 or 60 one stop to STANYS in Äussere Mariahilferstrasse.
If you are coming from the south, go to the terminal station "Wien Meidling" and take the metro U6 to the Westbahnhof station, from the HBF main railway station take the tramline 18 to Westbahnhof , then follow the exit to Äussere Mariahilferstrasse to STANYS.
STANYS is located directly alongside the bikeway on the Mariahilfer Strasse.
Cyclists are particularly welcome! For guests arriving by bicycle, there are cycle parking places in the yard free of charge.
For an overview of the Vienna bicycle path network which is almost 1400 km in length, see the:
The Vienna Cycling Map
Take U-Bahn (underground) line U6 or U3 to the Westbahnhof railway station and take the exit “Äussere Mariahilferstrasse”. Further you can walk 7 minutes or take the tram line 52 or 60 in direction Baumgarten or Rodaun
STANYS - is compelling for its optimal accessibility by public transport. The Schönbrunn Imperial Palace, the Gloriette, and the Schönbrunn Zoo are all only a 25-minute walk or 5 tram stops away. Viennas largest shopping mall - Mariahilfer Strasse - is starting a few steps away. In just 5 underground train stops (about 10 minutes) from the Westbahnhof railway station, you can get to Stephansplatz - to St. Stephan's Cathedral - at the very heart of Vienna's Old Town.â€¨â€¨
famouse for its musicals, 1 km away, about 10 minutes walk
TECHNICAL MUSEUM WIEN
the only comprehensive museum of technology in Austria:
1 km, about 10 minutes walk or tram 52 and 58, about 5 minutes drive
Austria's largest convention center, a multi-use indoor arena with more than 300 events annually 1.3 km, about 15 minutes walk or tram 6, 18
Imperial Furniture Collection
one of the most important collections of furniture in the world: 1.3 km, about 15 minutes walk or subway U3, about 5 minutes drive
AQUA TERRA ZOO
1,7 km, about 20 minutes walk or subway U3, about 5 minutes drive
Schönbrunn IMPERIAL PALACE
the Gloriette, and the Schönbrunn Zoo:
2 km, about 25 minutes walk or tram 58
one of the largest art and culture complexes in the world with about 70 cultural facilities: 2,5 km, about 35 minutes walk or subway U3, about 5 minutes drive
Kunsthistorisches Museum /
MUSEUM OF ART HISTORY
2,5 km, about 35 minutes walk or subway U3, about 5 minutes drive
best-known market with 120 market stands and restaurants: 2,5 km, about 35 minutes walk or subway U3, about 5 minutes drive
Emperor Franz Joseph used to travel along Mariahilfer Strasse as he shuttled between Schönbrunn Palace and the Hofburg. This street connecting the Ringstrasse boulevard and the Gürtel beltway cuts an almost two kilometer path through the 6th and 7th Districts. Today it is Vienna’s number one shopping destination and partly pedestrianized. This large thoroughfare features broad sidewalks and has attracted hundreds of shops and flagship stores carrying international brands, with a particular focus on fashion, footwear, accessories and interior design.
There are also countless eateries, including cafés, ice-cream shops, fast food restaurants and pizzerias. Echoes of times gone can be heard at traditional shops like Walter Weiss which stocks virtually everything the heart desires when it comes to grooming – from combs to shaving brushes and mirrors.