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It wasn't a good start. Apparently I had booked three instead of two rooms and yes I would have to pay for the third room even though the hotel was empty. Later they admitted that they had made a mistake! Anway, the bed was okay...More
We stayed at the hotel for 1 night only. Vienna is in my opinion quite an expensive city. I go there very often. When I compare the prices in the city, what you pay for a cup of coffee in a nice café, for dinner...More
The room was as tiny as you can imagine, the carpet was old and dirty, the furniture was disproportionate in comparison with the size of the room and the bed had smelly bes and smelly bed sheets. Good location. Stay away if you can.
It is a nice hotel, ok considering the price for the room. The hotel was probably build in the 80's or 90's and refurbished around 2000-2005. The pictures with the rooms are nicer than the reality. Also the parking places of the hotel are undergroung...More
Let's start with the positives. The location is good and the initial impression when you enter the reception is that it looks a decent hotel. That, though, is about that. The toilet seat was hanging off when we arrived and, as soon as that was...More
The fourth district combines elegant tradition with contemporary style and relaxed living. More than a dozen town palaces and churches such as St. Charles Borromeo have added glamour to a neighbourhood known for its traditional retail and crafts shops, taverns, cafés. Wieden is also home to Naschmarkt, Vienna’s largest street market. Many bohemian types have found their way to Wieden: meet them in trendy cafés and
bars, shop alongside them for vintage items, enjoy Wien Museum’s and Kunsthalle’s modern temporary exhibitions, and hang out with the bees at Vienna’s most beautiful urban garden, Karlsgarten.