Entry into Austria
The regulations for entering Austria from EU and non-EU countries are regularly adjusted. The current details can be found on the following websites:
Stay in Vienna
Until incl. Sunday, December 19, 2021, tourist stays in hotels are prohibited. Nevertheless, our hotel remains open and welcomes guests under the following conditions:
- Guests on urgent business trips
- Guests with urgent accommodation needs
As of Monday, December 20th 2021, stays in our hotel will be allowed again in compliance with the following measures:
- FFP2 masks mandatory in all indoor rooms
- Check-in is only possible with 2G proof: fully vaccinated or recovered, tests will not be accepted
For vaccines with 2 partial vaccinations:
- After 2nd partial vaccination, proof of vaccination is valid for 270 days.
Vaccines with one vaccination (for example Johnson & Johnson):
- From the 22nd day after vaccination, the proof of vaccination is valid for 270 days. This is valid up to and including January 2, 2022, at which time the booster vaccination must have been given at the latest.
- After another vaccination (booster vaccination), the vaccination certificate is valid for 270 days.
- From the date of recovery, convalescent persons are exempt from testing for 180 days. The certificate of isolation or a medical certificate are valid.
- For recovered persons who have been vaccinated once, the vaccination is valid for 360 days from the date of vaccination.
- Children up to the age of 6 are exempt from compulsory testing.
- For children from the age of 6 until three months after the age of 12, the 3-G rule applies, so children can either be recovered, vaccinated or tested. In this case, the antigen or PCR test must have been taken no longer than 48 hours ago. A Corona test pass is valid as proof during the week in which all scheduled testing per week of class is entered, including Friday, Saturday and Sunday of that week.
- For persons older than 3 months from the age of 12 and subject to compulsory school attendance, proof of a negative PCR test result, taken no longer than 48 hours ago, may be presented in lieu of 2G proof.