Located on a quiet, dead-end street near Stephansplatz, Hotel Kärntnerhof offers simple but elegant rooms in an array of sizes. A three-minute walk to the square will lead you to numerous restaurants, shops and entertainment to enjoy during your stay.
DO & CO
The ultra-modern DO & CO Hotel sits in stark contrast with its surroundings, situated opposite the towering Gothic Saint Stephen’s cathedral. Fashionable and romantic, the hotel is centrally located in Stephansplatz, with views of the cathedral and easy access to high-end shopping.
The top floor of the building is the DO & CO restaurant, which features an eclectic menu ranging from sashimi to traditional Viennese dishes. On the sixth floor, you’ll find a stylish palm tree-accented lounge with vaulted windows that showcase views of the cathedral and square below.
Guests can enjoy à la carte breakfast on the top floor every morning before stepping into the bustling square right outside the door.
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The DO & CO has 43 rooms in total, all of which are glamorously furnished, featuring teak wood flooring and Turkish leather accents. The Courtyard rooms overlook the building’s courtyard, while the Cityview room looks onto the Graben — one of Vienna’s most visited streets.
The Deluxe suite boasts cathedral views, and can be extended by connecting to two Cityview rooms. The Dome suite has two large terraces, offering up close views of Saint Stephen’s Cathedral. Both suites have hot tubs.
All rooms include an en suite bathroom, air conditioning and Wi-Fi. One consideration is that the showers are glass and exposed to the rest of the room, though they do have a wooden privacy shade.
Located across from Saint Stephen’s Cathedral and within Stephansplatz, the DO & CO Hotel is centrally located whether you’re looking for shopping, history or good food. Due to its location at the top of a high-end shopping street and near many restaurants, the area gets quite busy. There are many visitors and groups in the area, in addition to the normal pedestrian through-traffic.
Food and drink
- À la carte breakfast is served daily in the top floor restaurant.
- The DO & CO Stephansplatz Restaurant offers a menu that highlights Asian cuisine, such as sushi and sashimi, as well as Viennese classics.
- Onyx bar and lounge is open until 2 a.m., offering coffee and an extensive drink menu, with large vaulted windows for cathedral views.
- The Deluxe suite can be enlarged to include two Cityview rooms, making it ideal for families who need more space.
We love the DO & CO hotel for its chic interior furnishings and superior location in Stephansplatz. The top floor restaurant and popular bar/lounge make this a very popular spot for locals and visitors alike.
Places & hotels on the map
Alternative places to stay nearby
Where possible, we like to offer a range of accommodation for each stop of your trip, chosen by our specialists as some of their favourite places to stay. To help you make the right choice, we give each property a rating based on its facilities and service, but we also look for hotels with distinct character or a location that can’t be bettered.
Centrally located in the First District, Hotel Sacher offers a luxe and convenient base for your visit to Vienna. Indulge in a chocolate spa treatment, enjoy a gourmet meal at the restaurant or step outside into Vienna’s heart.
With quirky architecture, elegant decor and a central location, the Hotel Topazz offers a comfortable place to stay with sweeping views of the city and short walks to main attractions. Relax in one of the window sill chaise longues or head out to the hustle and bustle of Stephansplatz.
Experiences while staying here
The following activities are designed to give you the most authentic experiences of the area where you’re staying. We work with local guides, who use their knowledge and often a resident’s eye to show you the main sights and more out-of-the-way attractions. Our specialists can also suggest outdoor pursuits and activities, such as cooking classes, that will introduce you to the traditions of the area’s inhabitants.
Take a walking tour of Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia and crossroads of central Europe. Medieval fortifications, Gothic cathedrals, a neoclassical palace and a vibrant coffee-house culture await you in this off-the-beaten-track visit to the city, just an hour from Vienna.
This three-hour guided coffeehouse tour around Vienna brings you to some of the most storied cafes in the city, and gives you a taste of the city’s renowned coffee and pastries — all in one morning.
Take a guided half-day walking tour of Vienna’s First District to the memorials and museums dedicated to Austria’s Jewish community and the 65,000 Austrian Jews killed in the Holocaust. Pay your respects at the Holocaust Memorial and see the ruins of a medieval synagogue.
Watch the Ballet of the White Stallions at the ornate Spanish Riding School inside of Hofburg Palace. You’ll get to see the world-renowned Lipizzaner horses as they perform flying changes and half pirouettes in the lavishly designed baroque-era arena.
Spend a morning on a brief walking tour of Vienna’s markets, tasting the city’s delicacies along the way. Then retire to your guide’s private apartment for instruction on cooking a two-course gourmet lunch. Sample Austria’s wines with the meal you’ve prepared in a chef’s kitchen.
This combined walking-and-driving tour lets you map out the location of many of Vienna’s most storied sites, as well as explore the mammoth Schönbrunn Palace. You’ll see the former imperial palace in Vienna as well as the Habsburg’s summer residence outside the city limits.
This river boat tour of the Wachau Valley starts with the Baroque majesty of Melk Abbey, then takes you on a slow drift through the vineyards, orchards and villages along the Danube’s forested banks. A stop in the historic town of Dürnstein, with its storied history, completes the day.