Hospitality Real Estate Austria.
Just like its western neighbour, Switzerland, Austria is also a pronounced Alpine country. About 60% of the national territory is mountainous. The country only flattens out in the northeast and east. The famous Vienna Woods only have something to do with food and drink from a gastronomic point of view. The Vienna Woods are actually an Alpine foothills, a wooded range of hills at the gates of Vienna, which is often used by city dwellers for recreation.
Austria has a very colourful history, in which the eight neighbouring countries were heavily influenced by Austria, but also by Austria. In the Alpine country itself, the capital city of Vienna remains the cultural, political and economic centre. Few other European metropolises have played such an important role in the past, for the continent as well as other parts of the world, such as the city on the beautiful blue Danube.
Austria, the Mecca of Cultures
While Vienna itself is a very popular destination for city travellers, the alpine regions of the country are leading in terms of winter and ski holidays. Especially from Germany, the various ski resorts in the west of the country, such as Innsbruck, the Stubaital, Ischgl, Kitzbühel or St. Anton, can be reached comfortably with your own car in just a few hours.
The extent to which Austria is dominated by tourism is reflected in the country's 8.6 million inhabitants, as evidenced by the number of restaurants and restaurants, which totals over 41,000. This also includes companies that only open seasonally. In Vienna alone there are more than 2200 restaurants and inns. The upscale gastronomy with its excellent houses is spread all over the country. Once again, the diversity of cultures is brought to bear here, expressed in a regional cuisine with wonderful specialities and the influence of our neighbours, from Hungary to Italy.
Austria's hotels, classic hotels benefit from this
Around 800,000 beds are available to domestic and foreign guests in commercial enterprises in Austria. The statistics show that 4 and 5-star hotels have the best occupancy rate, with an average of 52%. As in other European countries, Austria also recorded an increase in bed occupancy rates, with high rates of increase especially in the provinces of Tyrol and Salzburg. The fact that luxury hotels in Austria are very popular is partly due to the fact that quality holidays are given priority over high occupancy rates.
The market for Austrian hotels and restaurants is very diversified, from the wine tavern in the famous Old Town of Vienna to the luxury resort in the Alps. Find your property for sale or rent here on Sebuyo or offer your real estate and business premises in Austria on a supraregional, European market. Sebuyo, your platform for hospitality real estate.