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Vienna’s popular thermal baths, spa, and wellness centre is named Therme Wien and it is located next to the crossing of Laaer-Berg-Strasse and Fontanastrasse in Oberlaa, a suburb in the southern part of Vienna. There is also a very large natural and recreational park behind Oberlaa Spa, named Laaer Berg (Laa Hill).
Oberlaa Spa is quite far outside the centre of Vienna. Accommodation capacities are very limited. There are only a few hotels within reasonably short (walking) distance from Oberlaa Spa. Among the hotels closest to the thermal baths is Airo Tower Hotel (about 5 minutes walk to Therme Wien entrance). You can search hotels directly here, see reviews, prices, and hotels map of Vienna and Oberlaa:
If you want to find a hotel closer to the inner city with good access to Oberlaa Spa, it is best to find accommodation somewhere around the metro line U1 (see directions to Oberlaa in the following paragraph). Popular hotel locations near U1 are Karlsplatz, Kärntner Strasse, or Stephansplatz. There are also many hotels around Praterstern (U1 and train station near Prater Park), but that is in the opposite direction from the city centre than Oberlaa.
By public transport from Vienna city centre, the best way to get to Oberlaa Thermal Baths is by metro line U1 to Reumannplatz Station (terminus) and then take tram number 67 to “Kurzenturm Oberlaa” stop.
By car from the city centre it is easiest to find Laaer-Berg-Strasse and then drive all the way down this street to Oberlaa Spa. It is a fairly big, long, and important street, which starts at Reumannplatz, though the above mentioned tram goes through Favoritenstrasse, a parallel big street.
If you are coming from outside Vienna, exit the S1 (Vienna Outer Ring Highway) at Rothneusiedl or Rannersdorf; or exit the A23 (Südosttangente Highway) at Knoten Inzersdorf and then take Sterngasse, Kolbegasse, Laxenburger Strasse, and Oberlaaer Strasse.
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