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Advantages: good value for money, suitable location with an easy access to all means of Vienna public transportation, clean rooms, polite, friendly and helpful staff, breakfast.
Drawbacks: old and partly broken furniture, not functioning electric sockets, lack of bathroom door lock, weak and disappearing wifi...More
We've stayed here a couple of years ago and loved the place. This time was not so nice at all. They didn't change a thing. The furniture is old, the bathroom door was not closing. It's a bit far from the city center and it...More
Hotel was nice, clean and I think enough for me. It was okay to stay here just for one night but it was quite noisy during night when i was sleeping so i don't recommend for families, anyway it was great, good price and all...More
This was the first visit to Vienna for my wife and I, and the Hadrian Hotel fit the bill, without question. This is an older style hotel and the room price reflects the hotel location and is inexpensive compared to the Vienna city center. Our...More
The hotel is far from the center but that is not a problem for there is a bus stop almost at the doorstep of the hotel and an underground stop somewhat 150-200m away. If you take the underground it takes you directly to the center...More
The production site of popular Ottakringer beer brews up an exciting mix of working and middle class suburbs, Balkanese immigrant lifestyles, and lush patches of hilly woodland. The recently gentrified area around Yppenplatz and Brunnenmarkt boasts hip cafés and bars next to South East European delicacies at Brunnenmarkt street market. The dynamics of Ottakring become most apparent at its vibrant high
street Ottakringer Strasse. At the top end you can feast on wine and local food in Austria’s oldest wine tavern 10er Marie. The wines are from the tavern’s own urban vineyards. Before you head upwards, make sure you pay a visit to the historic courtyards between Lerchenfelder Gürtel and Hippgasse. When locals visit Ottakring’s hilly green outskirts on the weekends they either climb up 31 meters of Jubiläumswarte viewing tower on Gallitzinberg, have a succulent Wiener Schnitzel at Villa Aurora, or reward their hiking exertions around Wilhelminenberg with a drink and a view from Wilhelminenberg Palace (now a hotel and restaurant).