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Typical Marriot-first class Bed and bedding, pleasant rooms [no views]. Well trained staff, friendly and efficient. Had to chase housekeeping for toiletries but this resolved well.
Breakfast an outrageous price so eat out which made us see more -so every cloud has a silver lining!...More
My wife and I stayed for a few days in this amazing facility.
-Great location near to all central areas
-Hop on hop off bus stops just at the door
- Comfortable beds
No free WiFi in the rooms
This is a well located spot not far from St Stephanplatz. The hotel is very nice inside, staff very welcoming and professional. Rooms are nice, though they are typical big hotel, nothing special. Nice lobby with small shops and several dining options. Ate at Champions...More
Hotel is centrally located which is a big plus. This is a four star property. The reason we stayed there is because they allow 2 adults and 2 kids in the same room which a lot of other hotels in Vienna do not do. And...More
5 min walk to either St. Stephens or to the Opera. Easy walking distance to all major tourist destinations. Lovely view across the street to Staadt Park and beyond. Rooms are newly renovated and spacious. Very good service, from the bell staff to housekeeping. The...More
In Vienna's best-known district, pedestrian boulevards Kärntner Strasse and Graben connect you with landmarks such as the Wiener Staatsoper (Vienna State Opera), Vienna’s iconic Stephansdom (St. Stephen’s Cathedral) and the vast compound of Hofburg, the Habsburgs’ former Imperial Palace. Peek down side streets such as Annagasse and Weihburggasse, and Graben’s Seilergasse and Habsburggasse, to get a feel for the centre. The
Imperial Apartments and the refreshingly demystifying Sissi Museum are must-dos at Hofburg. Spacious squares such as Am Hof and Freyung often host beautiful seasonal and antiques markets.
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WiFi was free. We did not book the breakfast package so cannot comment on its value as a meal. If you do not mind my editorializing a bit, I will say that while a hotel breakfast is undeniably convenient you will be staying... More
WiFi was free. We did not book the breakfast package so cannot comment on its value as a meal. If you do not mind my editorializing a bit, I will say that while a hotel breakfast is undeniably convenient you will be staying in the heart of Vienna surrounded by its café culture. Consider having “frühstuck” at one of these local institutions.
Just over 2 blocks down on your left as you exit the Marriott is the Cafe Prückel, a fairly popular café about 100 years old but “updated” in the 1950s and retains the interior design and furnishings of the mat period. Café Pruckel also feature a full kitchen and offers a lot of traditional Austrian dishes. The vibe is relaxed but one could also see the cast of “Mad Men” drinking coffee here.
In the opposite direction on the right is a more traditional café 3 blocks down the Ringstrasse (both cafés are on the Ringstrasse), Cafe Schwarzenberg. This may meet one’s more typical expectations of a Viennese Café with its fin de siecle decor and ambiance. It does have a more formal feel to it.
Lastly I recommend dining at a much more contemporary establishment, Steierei, across the Ringstrasse and through the Stadtpark onto the other side of the Vienna River. You can ask the front desk for directions or use Google Maps. It isn’t even a 10-minute walk away. The Steierei is a Michelin-started restaurant that has a breakfast unit called the Meierei, and it has great views of the park. I would highly recommend reservations. While there were other obvious tourists dining with us the majority of the guests were speaking German.