Situated directly on the banks of the Danube, ideally connected to the motorway A7, as well as the industrial and economical centre of Linz, in easy reach of the old town and the city centre. Our hotel takes you back to the comfortable atmosphere of the period between the 1930 and 1950. Fans on the ceiling, dark wooden furniture and warm colours spread a special atmosphere and let you feel at home somehow. The restaurant with the bar will keep its promise of superb dining in a relaxed atmosphere.
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24 hour front desk
Doctor on call
Television with cable
Phone with speaker
AM/FM alarm clock
Electronic door locks
Nearby points of interest
Linz Castle: 1 mi
Alter Dom (Old Cathedral): 1.2 mi
New Cathedral (Cathedral of St. Mary): 1.4 mi
Linz Botanical Garden: 1.9 mi
Pöstlingberg: 2.1 mi
Wallfahrtsbasilika: 2.1 mi
Mountain Railway: 2.5 mi
Terms and conditions
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We arrived at this hotel during an Austrian heatwave. When we checked in, it was late, and we were very tired having just completed a bike trip along the Danube from Passau (a 90km trip). Entering our hotel at 10pm, our room was like a sauna. The
windows barely cracked open, the ceiling fan moved too slowly to provide any breeze and there was no way to adjust the speed. So there was no relief. We asked if there was anything they could do to cool our room. The night manager said no. He wouldn't even move us to a room on a lower level, which would have helped. It's a big hotel and there weren't a lot of people there, so I was shocked he wouldn't move us. The hallway was literally cooler than our room, and many times during that sleepless night I considered sleeping outside in their courtyard. Instead, we spent a sleepless night dripping sweat in a beautiful but miserably hot room.
I know it doesn't often get so hot in Austria, but considering the heat wave was on and off throughout June and July, you'd think they'd have provisions just in case the weather got this bad. Providing rotating desk fans for guests on hot days, for example. Or making their windows open wider. Or providing ice. Or actually installing an A/C unit or two in some of their rooms.
I would have been more understanding if this hotel had made an effort to address our concerns, but they made none. Should have slept outside on the banks of the Danube. Would have been cheaper and more comfortable.
The hotel room was very nice for the price; very modern, with the exception of the TV (which was not a flat screen). The staff were very nice and professional, and spoke excellent English (I speak very little German). The location is not great,
being located at the end of an alleyway without a proper sidewalk. The view of the river was nice, and it is only a one minute walk to the bus-line though.
No free wifi was a bit disappointing.
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Not very many shops/restaurants were open on Saturday, which I found surprising.
Linz has great bakeries.