We loved Vienna! We most importantly love our stay at this hotel. Our room was lovely. We had one on the 15th floor, which gave us a gorgeous view of the city. Room was very clean, comfortable bed and the breakfast was amazing. We will be back!
We like to stay at Marriott hotels in the US and Vienna Marriott Hotel attracted us by its (perhaps, perceived) familiarity and convenient location on the Parkring, right across from Stadtpark, close proximity to U-Bahn station, and a waking distance to the Opera House. It is a great hotel overall ...
Good hotel, but is not walking distance for the center of the town. Great Breakfast.
We got stuck at the train station overnight in the middle of winter. We were both sick and exhausted so we were happy to find a hotel so close to the train station so we didn't have to walk far. It was a little hard to find but once we go there the staff was great. It was more of a youth hostel when we walked in and we were afraid that it may be too loud for us to get a good nights sleep before our 6am train the next day but we were pleasantly surprised to ind such a clean comfortable and Quiet room for such a low price. To sum it up Great location. Great Value.
The wifi in RM 113 said connected but obviously it was not connected to the internet. Had to use my pocket wifi. Great location next to train station. Not walking distance to sights.
Everything about this hotel is first class. All the people that work there are helpful and make you feel that you are so welcome. When we return we look forward to another delightful stay. Carol & Jack Hummell Castle Rock, Colorado
The capital of Austria, Vienna is a classical experience for any traveler in Europe. Vienna swirls with Austrian balls, romance, orchestral grandeur, and thick with history. Museums and art galleries nestle against parks, concert halls, and marble statues. Hotels in Vienna themselves form a part of the city's beauty, with refined Baroque architecture, and palatial 5 star hotels. With a youthful European energy, Vienna hotels likewise include family-run inns and hostels scattered throughout the city.
The Vienna International Center is the city's most recognizable convention and office complex, as it is home to many international organizations, including branches of the United Nations.
Visitors can leave their Vienna hotels for an evening of exploring the Viennese cuisine at the Baroque courtyard Hollmann Salon, Middle Eastern cuisine at Maschu Maschu, or Japanese cuisine at Tenmaya, or simply a cup of Viennese coffee at Pruckel, Kleines Cafe, or Hawelka.
The Inner Stadt is Vienna's premier tourist district, where you can discover art by Raphael and Titian at the Museum of Fine Arts, or explore the halls of the Hofburg Palace.
Meinl am Graben in the Inner Stadt is highly recommended for delicatessen shopping, with a wine selection including 1961 vintage Bordeaux, over 400 cheeses, chocolate originating from Tuscany to Ghana, and an incredible variety of teas.
Vienna's pride in sport lies partially in the traditional roots of Lipizzaner horse dressage at the Spanish Riding School, where the public can watch performances and training.