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I am saddened to have to write a critical review for a family run hotel but this deserves one. I am still in this hotel right now in room 116 ( thank god I am checking out today). Came here as part of a package...More
A very nice and cozy place for reasonable price. Good location for those who want to stay close to the city center and discover Vienna :) we were pleasantly surprised that the personnel speak Russian as well! Breakfast is not included but you can buy...More
The hotel was situated very close to the city centre and right next door to the tram and bus stops.The rooms are a bit dated but nice.We had a room for 3 which was basic but thats what we had paid for anyway.
Loved every bit of our stay, thr is a train station near by wch is well connected to the airport and other most of the sight seeing spots. The staff was simply amazing and accommodated all our requests 👍 our room was quite spacious ,well...More
This is located in a lovely part of the city - a good walk of 15 minutes to the centre of Vienna - plenty to do around the hotel, near the tram stops.
Building is interesting. It is very 'old style' - beautiful parquet floors,...More
USD 56 - USD 184 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#115 Business Hotel in Vienna
#143 Luxury Hotel in Vienna
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The eighth district is an older generation’s Vienna at its finest: and this is what makes it popular with locals of all ages. Josefstadt has theatre, small independent shops, romantic passageways, neighbourhood cafés with regular clientele, church squares, town palaces and shady communal gardens. Trendy hangouts have conquered distinctive places such as the Old General Hospital (Altes AKH) and the vaults of
overground U6. Theater in der Josefstadt on Josefstädter Strasse is the district’s cultural epicentre. Even if your German isn’t good enough to watch a play, you can marvel at the typical Biedermeier building and take a glimpse into the foyer. Lange Gasse houses an iconic local restaurant at its corner, as well as a legendary sweet shop and a bustling neighbourhood market every Saturday. For small palace atmosphere and a different view on Vienna’s history, make your way to Schönborn garden palace (Palais Schönborn), which houses the Museum of Folk and Folk Art (Volkskundemuseum). Maria-Treu-Platz, with its summer outdoor cafés facing baroque church Maria Treu, and the historic passageway of Lerchenfelder Strasse 13 hide top spots for insiders.
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Train + Metro seemed the best choice for us. There is an express line travelling every 30 min between airport and city (no stops between). The city train station is adjacent to a metro station. From there you can either use... More
Train + Metro seemed the best choice for us. There is an express line travelling every 30 min between airport and city (no stops between). The city train station is adjacent to a metro station. From there you can either use the metro (green line from StatdPark to Schotenrring, then switch to purple line from Schotenrring to Schottentor) or go above and take some trams. It's very easy to use public transport in Vienna don't worry about getting lost. They are very organised and they have signs pointing to all directions everywhere. You can even go by foot if you travel light and enjoy long walks ~ 40 min. We stayed for 3 days and by the end of the trip we were hopping trams and metros like crazy. I really recommend a 3 day pass to all public transport.