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Reached here in midnight and still the check in was quite smooth. Being a solo traveller, I opted for a shared room and the beds were comfy and separate cupboards were available for every person. The breakfast was too too good with too many gems...More
+: very clean, hostel staff very friendly, breakfast diverse and tasty. A very big plus was the parking space. The bus station is very near the hostel. The U-Bahn station is 10 min away from the hostel.
-: noisy. The doors were making noise every...More
This hostel is located very far from the city centre, the money you save from staying out of the city is spent on train tickets to get to all the attractions in the city.
This hostel has absolutely no atmosphere, there is a huge common...More
It was nice, clean, cheap and totally quiet. The staffs are helpful. The buffet breakfast is soo soo but good. There’s a bus station in front of the hostel. I would like to stay there again if I go to Vienna. Thank you
I'm a solo traveler and that for sure not the right place!!!!!!
Too much noise, to much school children, there is no kitchen to make you own food, there is no place to actually sit with more travelers, there is not air conditioners even if...More
USD 18 - USD 104 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Vienna’s 13th district has always been in the shadow of Schönbrunn Palace and its gardens, but has interesting hidden gems waiting to be discovered. Allow half a day for the imposing Habsburg residence and the gardens with Gloriette belvedere. Reserve the other half to discover the secret charms of this posh residential neighbourhood. Sneak out of the gardens at Hietzinger Tor (Hietzing Gate) and head down
Hietzinger Hauptstrasse for Kaiserpavillon (Emperor’s pavilion), an Art Nouveau gem right on top of U4’s metro railtracks. At local institutions Café Dommayer and restaurant Plachutta you can mingle with residents, their families and friends. Dommayer has risen to fame since waltz king Johann Strauss and his orchestra performed there regularly. If you want to go beyond private villa gazing visit Klimtvilla and Hermesvilla. Art Nouveau genius Gustav Klimt had his last studio in a now beautifully renovated villa, which is open during spring and summer. Hermesvilla at Lainzer Tiergarten animal enclosure and nature park is a must for all romantics and fans of Empress Sissi.