The room was fine for the price.
The main issue was the lack of air con.
In mid August, 30 degrees at night, struggling to sleep. Even at night with the windows open it was impossible to lie there not sweating. The noise from the trams at night was loud too as you had to have the windows open.
Really weird situation with the keys too - you had to give the receptionist your key as you left the building. Little bit weird for me as I felt then they knew when you were not in the building and could then enter your room? Or somebody else could collect your key as sometimes it was a different receptionist on by the time you returned to your room as opposed to the one you gave it to in the morning.
No safe in the room which with the handing the key to the receptionist was all just a bit fishy to me.
The hotel was also quite far out of the centre if you didn't choose to buy a travel pass.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Modern art serves as inspiration in KUNSThof, a small private hotel. Aiming to combine the comfort of a family hotel with the pleasure of an art gallery, KUNSThof hosts exhibitions of local and international artist. These exhibitions represent a unique opportunity for artist to present their work before an international audience. Thus, living space and art space become one, and the hotel more than just another place to spend the night. This is what distinguishes the KUNSThof from other hotels. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Kunsthof Reichshof Vienna
- Hotel Kunsthof Reichshof