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All reviewsquiet cul de saceconomy roomgreat locationcomfort roomwithin walking distanceside streetold cityboiled eggsairport busstephen's cathedralhotel is locatedbreakfast was excellenttraditional hotelair conditioningyogurtmajor siteslovely hotel
We stayed at this hotel for 4 nights and found it to be excellently located close to the city centre and transport hub. Our room was comfortable although the air conditioning was not particularly effective in the heatwave we experienced during our visit. The terrace...More
I have no hesitation recommending this charming hotel off the street in an alley in a central location of Vienna. It is so conveniently located, just one block from a major hub of Vienna’s efficient transportation system. In the other direction, it’s just a short,...More
My husband and I stayed there for 6 nights for a business+leisure trip. The hotel is in a cozy quiet place within walking distance of Stephanplatz.
It's a historic hotel with modern amenities. It's very classy and attractive and the service is also classy!
I stayed at the hotel for 6 days when I was in Vienna. The hotel is located near Stephanplatz (10 min walk). The airport taxis know the place and charge from 40 to 45 EUR for the ride.
The room was very nice and beautiful...More
My room was on an interior courtyard and very noisy from other rooms with their windows open (even if mine were closed). Also I could hear into the room next door. This went on after 11 pm several nights and late into the night. The...More
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North of St. Stephen’s Cathedral, Vienna suddenly turns small, winding and medieval, opening up to legendary places such as the Basilisk sculpture at Schönlaterngasse, as well as glamorous baroque façades, courtyards and churches. Take 45 minutes for a casual stroll through Bäckerstrasse, Sonnenfelsgasse, Köllnerhofgasse, Grashofgasse, and Schönlaterngasse. This quarter is packed with stories
and legends that will enrich your Vienna experience.
Response from Hotel-Austria | Property representative |
There is a public bus going from the airport directly to the city center (Schwedenplatz/Morzinplatz). From the bus stop it is a short walk of approx. 7 minutes to the hotel (via Franz-Josefs-Kai, Rotenturmstrasse and then... More
There is a public bus going from the airport directly to the city center (Schwedenplatz/Morzinplatz). From the bus stop it is a short walk of approx. 7 minutes to the hotel (via Franz-Josefs-Kai, Rotenturmstrasse and then left into Fleischmarkt).
Alternatively we can arrange pick-up at the airport at a rate of EURO 40,- (for the car).
With kind regards from Vienna
There is a courtyard entrance to the hotel which is up a cobbled dead-end street, the hotels pedal bikes are outside on racks. We always found it to be very safe but sadly if someone wanted to steal something I’m sure they... More
There is a courtyard entrance to the hotel which is up a cobbled dead-end street, the hotels pedal bikes are outside on racks. We always found it to be very safe but sadly if someone wanted to steal something I’m sure they would find a way. Best to phone the hotel and ask if they have a lock-up you could use.
Hope this helps.