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the rooms are very small, rooms do not have coffee maker. no insulation so very noisy when people walk around.
internet is extremely slow and you can not do a simple tour reservation,
will never stay here again.
This hotel is about few minutes’ walk to the tram station, which can take you to the city hall. A supermarket is in next door and a few convenience stores are nearby. The hotel lobby is not big but it has a vending machine for...More
The company airlines send me to this hotel because my flight was cancelled. The dinner was included in the rate but the front office told me was too late (10:40 pm) but they accepted the reservation 10 minutes before!
The room and the atmosphere of...More
One side of the wall has red wall paper and the curtains are red and gold. 3 beds in a room and 3 reading lamps to light up the room. Noisy aircon and you can hear the occupants next door. No kettle. Continental breakfast. Lots...More
It is a nice and cozy hotel in town it will cost about 20 euros to be in down town.The rooms are clean and well appointed,reception persons are very cooperative and always willing to help. There is a reastreunt which serves complimientary breakfast which is...More
The production site of popular Ottakringer beer brews up an exciting mix of working and middle class suburbs, Balkanese immigrant lifestyles, and lush patches of hilly woodland. The recently gentrified area around Yppenplatz and Brunnenmarkt boasts hip cafés and bars next to South East European delicacies at Brunnenmarkt street market. The dynamics of Ottakring become most apparent at its vibrant high
street Ottakringer Strasse. At the top end you can feast on wine and local food in Austria’s oldest wine tavern 10er Marie. The wines are from the tavern’s own urban vineyards. Before you head upwards, make sure you pay a visit to the historic courtyards between Lerchenfelder Gürtel and Hippgasse. When locals visit Ottakring’s hilly green outskirts on the weekends they either climb up 31 meters of Jubiläumswarte viewing tower on Gallitzinberg, have a succulent Wiener Schnitzel at Villa Aurora, or reward their hiking exertions around Wilhelminenberg with a drink and a view from Wilhelminenberg Palace (now a hotel and restaurant).
Response from Virgil_Advisor | Reviewed this property |
I traveled with my car. But once I was in the hotel I let my car in the hotel garage and I used tram. The tram station in very close to the hotel, aprox 1-2 min. I used to take the tram 43 to Schotenttor... More
I traveled with my car. But once I was in the hotel I let my car in the hotel garage and I used tram. The tram station in very close to the hotel, aprox 1-2 min. I used to take the tram 43 to Schotenttor Station which is a main tram station, I am sure from Schotenttor you can take tram or subway to main train station Haubtbahnhoff. Please see on the internet the tram map in Vienna