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That's a good hotel, and that's it. Nothing special...
The attendant was a little bit arrogant, but that's ok. The furniture is ok, the location is very good, near the metro station. I don't have much to talk about this place, but I would say...More
Very basic clean hotel. Seems to be family owned, with some of the attendant disorganization that goes with that. The first day staff opened the the door on us unexpectedly not once, but twice. One of the days the room was not cleaned, for some...More
Not even sure where to begin with this place. Stayed here for 3 nights in July with a performance group of about 100. Not only were the hotel staff less than enthused to have 100 teenaged and chaperons in their presence, they were quite rude...More
Hotel Tabor should probably be torn down and replaced with an entirely new hotel. It is one step up on a youth hostel in terms of quality, provides poor value for money, and is the worst hotel I've stayed in for many years.
The location is the strong point for this hotel, altho we had good service. The building is old and in need of some upgrading. The breakfast was buffet and self-serve, basic. However! The clientele is definitely international and the proximity to public transportation is great...More
US$ 96 - US$ 140 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Welcome to one of Vienna’s trendiest quarters. The second district has witnessed a turbulent ride, from medieval swamp to vibrant Jewish quarter, from pleasure ground for the noble and humble to current hip residence and workplace of Vienna’s creative crowd. Cross the Danube Canal from the city centre and take in life on Taborstrasse with its mix of old townhouses, churches, theatres, discount shops and
ethnic restaurants. Head for Augarten via Karmelitermarkt, Leopoldstadt’s trendy marketplace. Baroque Augarten itself hosts a bizarre mix of manicured hedges and flowerbeds in front of a colossal World War II defense tower, the publicly accessible 300-year-old Augarten porcelain manufactory, the palatial boarding school and funky concert hall of the Vienna Boys Choir, and the modern art museum TBA21. At its opposite corner, The Prater not only houses the Giant Ferris Wheel but blends a bustling amusement park with lush woodland, perfect for a bike tour. Further east is the old derby racing ground of Krieau.