Hotel Review: Andaz Vienna Am Belvedere

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The Andaz Vienna Am Belvedere is the newest of the two full service Hyatt properties in Vienna, with the other being the Park Hyatt Vienna. The property is located just outside the city center in a new business development district which is 20 minutes by foot into town, or just a few stops away on the “D tram” into the city center.

The Andaz Vienna Am Belvedere has 303 guest rooms including 44 suites and is a World of Hyatt Category 3 property, meaning free night awards start at 12,000 points per night.

The hotel consists of two large towers with the entrance and all the facilities in the main tower, with the additional tower consisting of half of the guest rooms. Needing two beds, I was pleased to learn I was upgraded to a View Room on the top floor the main tower.

2 Twin Beds View guest room

2 Twin Beds View guest room

Andaz Vienna guest bathroom

Andaz Vienna guest bathroom

Andaz Vienna Saint Charles bathroom amenities

One of the amenities the property offers to its guest is “wine o’clock” from 5pm-7pm each night which includes complimentary wine and light snacks in the lobby for hotel guests.

Evening wine hour in the lobby

The hotel has a large fitness facility located on the 4th floor featuring Technogym equipment and offering views of the city.

Also on the 4th floor, guests have complimentary access to the steam room, sauna, ice fountain, and even a relaxation room. There’s also a few spa treatment rooms here as well.

Breakfast is served in the hotel’s lobby restaurant Eugen21, which offers a buffet as well as dishes you can order from the kitchen. Globalists are entitled to both the buffet as well as ordering additional items from the server.

Eugen21 breakfast buffet

Eugen21 breakfast buffet

Hotel lobby bar

Another cool restaurant the hotel has is called Cyclist, which is located behind Eugen21, and serves for more fast casual items for lunch and dinner.

I had lunch here one day and thought the quality was great and it seems like a lot of locals who work in the area of caught on and are coming here for lunch.

Located on the 16th floor is the hotel’s rooftop lounge and bar, Aurora, which has great views of the city. During the day it’s a quiet space where you can work, however it does get lively in the evenings with locals.

Aurora rooftop bar

Views from Aurora on the 16th floor

Bottom Line

Overall I couldn’t be happier with my stay at the Andaz Vienna, which offered spacious accommodations for a great value of only 12,000 World of Hyatt points per night. Despite the property being outside the city center, we either walked in or took the tram in a couple times of day, so I wouldn’t let the location of not being in the heart of town discourage you from staying here.

I was very pleased with the breakfast buffet each morning served in Eugen21, as well as lunch at Cyclist one afternoon. The evening appetizers and wine in the lobby is a nice touch for guests, considering there’s no club lounge.

If you’re arriving from the Vienna International Airport, the easiest way to get to the property is by taking either the  RJ/RJX train to Wien Hauptbahnhof, which is then only a 5 minute walk to the hotel.

As a reminder for those staying now through August 31, 2019 at the Andaz Vienna Am Belvedere, World of Hyatt members will earn an additional 500 bonus points each qualifying night as part of Hyatt’s latest promotion for their newest hotels.

Have you had a chance to experience the Andaz Vienna Am Belvedere, feel free to comment below on your experience. 

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  1. To fill in a little information:

    In the final photo the white building with the green roof at the top of the park foliage is the Belevedere Palace, hence the name Am Belvedere. Palace of Eugene of Saxony, who help defeat the Turks at the Siege of Vienna (1683) and after whom the Prinz Eugen (of Bismarck fame) was named.

    Great location next to the Hauptbahnhof. As far as transit, the D trolley is right there, but this only goes down to the Ringstrasse which curves around the center of Vienna. At the Hauptbahnhof one can catch the U-1 subway which is only three stops from the center of the city next to St. Stephan’s cathedral.

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