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Worst hostel I have every stayed in. Never slept in such an uncomfortable bed or entered anywhere with such a hostile environment. Feels more like a squat lodging than anything resembling a hostel. Disgustingly rude cleaning staff, was shouted at for allowing the door to...More
If you are visiting the city for a short period, this hostel is enough (cheap) to accommodate you even though the bedrooms are kind of connected and the place is weird.
I didn't see any bugs though.
Not taking into account the 5 squared meters room which was shared with 5 other people, the extremely small smelly toilets or the greasy "kitchen", the worst thing about this hostel was who I met there. I mean, there were lots of bedbugs. Dozens, hundreds,...More
I stayed at this hostel for one night, not expecting much after reading a few bad reviews and for the price. On arrival we noticed a sign that said 'bed bug infestation' which we realised had later been removed, I imagine by the staff. At...More
A fantastic location minutes from the Museum Quartier. The hostel is split over several locations. The section we stayed in was within a historic house and office building with interesting architectural features. The bathroom and kitchen (no cutlery!) could have been cleaner but the rooms...More
Vienna’s art district, Neubau buzzes with galleries, arts and crafts, trendy restaurants, avant-garde shops, and cafés. Neubau’s Spittelberg quarter with cobblestoned Spittelberggasse and Gutenberggasse make for a perfect stroll alongside Biedermeier houses and art shops. Don’t miss the historic courtyard at Amerlinghaus with its typical Pawlatschen galleries, a perfect hangout on a warm summer evening.
Museumsquartier is Neubau’s undisputed highlight: the former Imperial stables house various top museums of 19th to 21st century art. If you love interiors, head for the Imperial Furniture museum (Hofmobiliendepot), one of the world’s largest furniture collections. Find your favorites among a dazzling array of Baroque, Biedermeier, Art Nouveau and Modernist chairs, sofas, cupboards, coat hangers, foot stools and wash basins. No weekend visit would be complete without stopping by a local café on a weekend morning for brunch.