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Vienna was the last stop on a 4 city tour, and the location where we were the most warmly received at our place of accommodation. Tina and Maria were also helpful with regards to how to get around the city, suggestions for sightseeing, and were...More
This is a very good value for money guest house. Our room was large and quiet. The bathroom was on the small side and the shower head was half way up the wall so you had to hold it over yourself to shower. The kettle...More
This property has spacious, clean rooms on the ground floor of the property. The property is less than a five minutes walk to the U3 line which takes you into the inner core area. Otherwise, a walk will take at least 15-20 mins to get...More
The hotel is conveniently located near a pedestrian street with restaurants, shops, coffee places, etc. (Mariahilfer, if I remember correctly). Less than 4-minute walk from a U-Bahn station (Naubaugasse). And if you like walking, you can even arrive from the hotel to the place where...More
Highly recommend staying here. Perfect location right outside Bahn stop and close to many things in the area. The staff was great and very accommodating to help with anything you need. The bus stop was right outside our window, so that was a bit noisy...More
Vienna’s sixth district hosts high street shopping heaven and pedestrian area Mariahilfer Strasse. The weirdest local building is probably the city aquarium Haus des Meeres, housed in one of Vienna’s six remaining World War II defense towers, and topped with a rooftop bar that offers stunning views over Vienna and the centre. One of the most historic sites in the area is the passageway of 18th century Raimundhof with
its small shops and cafés. It leads from Mariahilfer Strasse to Windmühlgasse. For a glimpse into the world of early 19th century theater, visit Semperdepot, the former depository for theatre decoration, which now hosts art exhibitions and fairs.
Response from craigterril52 | Reviewed this property |
You will need to take the U1 metro line at the Sudtiroler Platz station. We bought a 2 day pass on metro tickets, I believe. There are signs in the train station to follow to get you there, or ask an agent. Get out at the... More
You will need to take the U1 metro line at the Sudtiroler Platz station. We bought a 2 day pass on metro tickets, I believe. There are signs in the train station to follow to get you there, or ask an agent. Get out at the Stephansplatz station and then take the U3 towards Ottakring. Exit the metro at Neubaugasse. You should now be on Mariahilfer. This is where it got tricky. The boardinghouse is the street behind Mariahilfer at Chwallagasse 2. The metro exits were confusing because they exited in two different places on the same street! We had a tough time with this, so have gps, or contact the hotel and ask specifically which exit is closest. Once you find it the first time it is much easier the second, but we did goof up again once! The boardinghouse is at the back end of building. Once there, walking to the old city is pretty easy, or you can continue to metro in. We did both. It is a great location and hotel!
Response from MightyTurk | Reviewed this property |
Since I have to guess and they have a student living there as concierge, maid etc. and we were pleased with the attention we received and it is a fine old building and Rick Steves lists it, I would be inclined to email them... More
Since I have to guess and they have a student living there as concierge, maid etc. and we were pleased with the attention we received and it is a fine old building and Rick Steves lists it, I would be inclined to email them and trust their answer.