Hotel Daniel Graz4.0 out of 5.0
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I stayed at Hotel Daniel this week as part of a business trip. The check-in process was simple and attended by competent English speaking staff. The room was clean with a large bed and appointed well. The bathroom was of wet room design with the shower over to one side with a large glass wall giving full visibility into the main part of the bedroom. WiFi was available with a good TV. room wa a bit stuffy when I first went in but soon cleared after opening the window for a few minutes. Breakfast was plentiful, Continental and served in a spacious dining room. The hotel is close to the station and the town and I enjoyed my stay
I can't say enough about the excellent service we received at this hotel. From the front desk staff to the housekeeping staff they were there to accommodate your every need. Breakfast is an additional charge and it is less if you let them know the night before that you will be having breakfast there. We were there for two weeks so we had to use the laundry service. Truly satisfied with everything. Interesting setup for bathroom. If you are in the shower and someone is in the restroom, only one of you can shut the door. There is also a glass wall in the shower that allows other occupants of the room to see you shower. This was not a problem for me, but I could see where some people might be put off by this. They have a suite, called the "Loft" on top of the building. Didn't see the inside, but would like to stay there. I'm sure the view would be great. It was also convenient to be right at the station for the train, tram, and bus. I paid 14 euros for a week and had unlimited access to the tram and bus. You really don't need a car in Graz, the tram and bus will take you everywhere.
Really enjoyed my one night here and wished it could have been longer. Everything about the hotel was great - the staff, the room, the location and the breakfast! Very easy to get into the old town by tram - took about 10 minutes. The room had been cleverly designed, and was practical, clean and comfortable. Although you are very near to the station and a busy road because of the double glazing the room was quiet.
Near the center of town near train station for easy access. Good restaurants nearby or you could take the train into old center city where there are a lot of street side restaurants. This is a modern hotel.
The hotel's publicity material claims that "At the Hotel Daniel in Graz, guests can concentrate on the essentials. Everything unnecessary is dispensed, meaning you have dispensation to relax. In each of the 107 rooms the features aren't just in step with your needs, but rather one step ahead." Those needs do not appear to include, in the hotel management's eyes, cupboards or drawers or a safe deposit box. Something to think about if you are staying more than a night or two, or need/want more than the basic facilities. That said, the rooms are very clean, the beds are comfortable and the breakfast buffet is excellent. The hotel's location is very central, its public spaces are well appointed and the design concept 'contemporary' - although some of the slogans which are everywhere ('Be optimistic for the world'?) are not - and the staff are friendly and helpful. Just be aware of what you're signing up to: horses for courses.
This is my third stay here at the Daniel for business (it's our "preferred" corporate hotel) and normally all is pretty good - the breakfast is not bad and normally staff are friendly and helpful. Unfortunately this time this is not the case - TV in my room was not working and even though I told someone in the morning before leaving, when coming in the evening it was still not working. Went to the reception to get help and get it working - but was just told in a very basic manner, that I need to unplug and replug a cable to make it work - with no more attention spared or other help offered - I was left to my own devices. The advise did not help - TV not working - no help offered during a 2 night stay .... shame that basic customer service was not adhered to - I will try to not stay here again next time as even though this is a basic thing it should have been given more attention to detail! Wifi also very slow not allowing consistent use of internet (work) or services (Netflix) - so not even that alternative was possible.
I have stayed here for 5 nights now and find the hotel to be more than expected. The staff is friendly and helpful. Most speak English, if not all of them. The showers are amazing. Overall the hotel is clean and quiet. Depending on the time of year you visit, know that you will likely need to keep the windows open at night or it can get stuffy. Though they have "air conditioning", like most European hotels it does not quite blow cold as one would expect if visiting from the US.
Knowing the Hotel Daniel in Vienna (which I love!), I booked their hotel in Graz for a weekend trip. The concept is very much urban classic, shabby chic, organic and smart. It is located directly at the train station and there are 2 trams that go directly to the main square (5 stations). We booked the smallest room available "SMART". And it was OKAY. The room is quite small, there is a rain shower and a separate toilet. That said, there is only a slide door which allows you to close one of them at a time. If you are traveling with a friend or a new partner, this might be a big awkward. The shower has a glass window to the bed room, which again - might be a tad awkward. Although, the room was very clean and the bed extremely comfortable, there was a weird smell that greeted us every time we went into our room. The smell reminded me of a group of people sleeping in a room together. This can also be because the house itself is very old and my guess it that one was allowed to smoke in the rooms before they turned it into the Hotel Daniel. Also, there is only a carpet floor, which stores smells. While the girls working at front desk when we arrived were not very friendly, a young man the next day made up for their attitude - so it is hard for me to say anything about the staff. The cleaning ladies were extremely friendly and chipper. On a more positive note - the breakfast was very good. They have a great selection of muesli, fruit, vegetable, breads / croissant, coffee, juices, etc. Hotel guests pay 12€ (excl. taxes!) and can eat and drink as they please. It got full very quickly, since it is said that it´s one of the best places in the city for breakfasts. Next time I visit Graz, I will not book the Hotel Daniel, but might come by for their breakfast buffet.
We had no previous expectations of Hotel Daniel, and were surprised by its accessibility (we came by car and were able to park right in front of the entrance), the trendy reception/lounge area and the clean, minimalistic, cosy rooms. The staff was super friendly, and as the hotel is quite central, there are several stores nearby and it only takes you 10–15 or so to get to the city centre on foot. All in all, the stay in this hotel made our trip to Graz even better and will definitely stay here again during our next trip.
We wanted a simple hotel close to the train station. I was surprised by how smart the small room was, it didn't feel as small as it actually was. The bed could have been softer,but all in all we had a good stay.
- Close to Graz Art Museum and Graz Town Hall
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Business center
Located in Lend, Hotel Daniel Graz is within a mile (2 km) of popular sights such as Graz Art Museum and Graz Town Hall. This 107-room, 4-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like a bar/lounge, free in-room WiFi, and a business center. In the historical district, it's also near Styrian Armoury and Graz Cathedral.
Buffet breakfast is offered for a fee each morning from 6:30 AM to 10:00 AM. Quench your thirst with a drink at the bar/lounge.
Hotel Daniel Graz's 107 soundproofed rooms provide phones. 35-inch flat-screen TVs come with satellite channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Relax with a rainfall shower.
Guests of Hotel Daniel Graz enjoy a sauna, free WiFi in public areas, and a meeting room. Self parking is offered for EUR 12 per day. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with luggage storage and securing valuables. Other amenities at this boutique hotel include a business center, free newspapers, and a terrace.
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80% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 482 reviews