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I've stayed several time at the Fuerstenhof. The hotel is old, you could say - I prefer to call it historic. All is quite old, but shows signs of better times, when this hotel was state of the art, 150 years ago, I guess. You...More
Shortly: good breakfast and location, but some problems with the showers. Very clean, but nearby the church thats ring the bell early morning. Near U3 and U6 station and stops many trams. Three kind of breakfast from 7 am (from 5.30 euro).
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I spent one night in this hotel. A big plus that it is close to the metro and one of the railway stations - and it is really not expensive for Vienna. The staff is very friendly and helpful. I booked a room with shared...More
I stayed recently and I really really wanted to like this hotel but I wouldn't really recommend it. I stayed with my family and we had a quadruple room with own bathroom facilities. On a good note the room is spacious and our room was...More
Deals on trivago to stay at this spacious hotel, I stayed in a double room with a balcony and enjoyed a pleasant stay but being at the old train station you really need to take 3 metro's to reach this area or around an hours...More
USD 107 - USD 240 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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