Affordable, Quiet, and Safe Hostels in Vienna, Austria

Affordable, Quiet, and Safe Hostels in Vienna, Austria
Vienna is the capital and largest city in Austria. It's also at the cultural, economic, and political heart of the country and it's a beautiful and fascinating place to visit. The historical city center has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and there is no shortage of things to see and do in the area.

There are a variety of guesthouses and hostels in Vienna that appeal to all types of travelers. If you're looking for an affordable, quiet, and safe place to stay, the hostels below are good options.
How much do hostels in Vienna cost?

You can find our comprehensive analysis of all hostel prices in Vienna here. We've found the average prices of dorms and private rooms, as well as the typical prices of hostels with various amenities, too.



A good option for couples, students, and small groups of friends.

Private Room from $30.71
Overall Rating: 99%
Chwallagasse 2, Vienna
K&T Boardinghouse 2 is really more of a guesthouse than a hostel. There are private rooms available for an affordable price, but if you're traveling alone it can be a bit difficult to meet other guests. Still, if you'll looking for an affordable and centrally located place to stay, this is a good option. It's very close to Vienna's main shopping street of Mariahilfer Strasse and it's in a vibrant and fun part of the city. There are several good transportation connections nearby and the guesthouse is just a ten minute walk from the Westbahnhof, or the Western Railway Station. It's also about a ten minute walk to the city center.

In the surrounding neighborhood there are many things for guests to enjoy. There are some great coffee houses, bars, restaurants, and bakeries. The Naschmarket is also nearby where you can buy fresh fruits and vegetables or enjoy cheap but delicious meals.

Although this is more of a guesthouse than a hostel, there is a shared refrigerator that guests can use to store their food. If you want a quiet and secure place to stay that won't break the bank, then K&T Boardinghouse 2 is a good option.


A good hostel for students, couples, and groups of friends.

Dorm Bed from $14.79
Private Room from $16.58
Overall Rating: 83%
Rembrandtstrasse 21, Vienna
Meininger Vienna Downtown Franz is located in Leopoldstadt, which is Vienna's second district between the Danube Canal and the Danube. The hostel is in the former Jewish Quarter and it's a nice area to spend time because there is a lot to see and do. There's also lots of green space nearby as well as the Karmeliter Market. This is a great area to explore with a lot of character and a local vibe. The hostel is also close to public transportation, which makes much of the city easily accessible.

This hostel is relatively quiet and it has the feel of a hotel. It's in a basic building and there are 131 rooms in total that are all modern and comfortable. Every room has air conditioning, a bathroom, and a flat screen television. Guests can choose from single, double, and three, four, of six bed private rooms. Dorms sleep four or six people and there are both co-ed and female only rooms available.

The hostel has a lobby area, a game room, and a guest kitchen where you can prepare meals. There's also a washing machine and a computer station. Wi-fi is available in the public spaces.


Private Room from $22.46
(Prices vary by season)
Overall Rating: 98%
Schiffamtsgasse 15, Vienna
You'll love this hostel because of it's good location and quality amenities. It features friendly service, a bar, a common room, a games room, and cable tv. When it's time to eat, it's also nice because there's self-catering facilities. Wi-fi, security lockers, luggage storage, 24 hour reception, key card access, parking, towels included, internet access, and housekeeping are also on the list to make sure your stay is very comfortable.


Private Room from $0.15
(Prices vary by season)
Pramergasse 25a, Vienna
This terrific apartment offers friendly service and cable tv. The good location and overall vibe also make it very popular. When it's time to eat, it's also nice because there's a microwave. Wi-fi, parking, towels included, internet access, and air conditioning are also on the list to make sure your stay is very comfortable. And Sobieski Town Apartments Vienna is also child friendly.
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