Aug 8 - Aug 9
Luxurious accommodations. Restaurant has large buffet as well as a la cart ordering. Extremely convenient to the airport.
Aug 6 - Aug 7
The hotel was simple and clean and felt safe. The staff was helpful to order a taxi for me.
Aug 8 - Aug 9
Liked: location Disliked: bed was too firm for my tastes
Aug 16 - Aug 17
No review to add. Accommodations were adequate nothing spectacular or special.
Aug 20 - Aug 21
Nice view of the Danube. Excellent room service breakfast. Comfortable bed. Very nice shower with glass view to bedroom. Will definitely stay again.
Aug 9 - Aug 10
Super clean and exceptionally friendly staff. Perfect place to stay.
Aug 30 - Aug 31
Very good location, pretty good price, decent hotel.
Sep 1 - Sep 2
Hotel is old old hotel. Sheets are okay carpet is old and dirty. Washroom is a 2/3ft hole if your over 60kg maybe you get stuck in the toilet area. Hotel doesn’t not have any Accesible stuff for stroller family or old people and wheelchair
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.