Just a short step to the Nachtsmarkt for all manner of dining experiences, as well as close proximity to Karlsplatz for subway and walking distance to the big museums. We were highly impressed by how clean and tidy the apartment was - tastefully but minimally furnished so that you don't mislay your belongings amongst clutter. It was also very easy to get in on arrival, and leave without all manner of deposits, forms to sign, etc. Highly recommended.
This apartment was exactly as advertised. We found it to be comfortable for the two of us during a 7-day stay. The bedroom was large with plenty of storage. The living area was cozy and cute. The kitchen was well equipped. My only issue was that I accidentally purchased a bag of whole bean coffee instead of ground, and there was no coffee grinder in the kitchen. My mistake!
The location was so perfect! Steps to the grocery store and the Naschmarkt was right across the street. We would return in a heartbeat!
Perfect apartment, perfect location. 5th floor (US 6th floor) in an elevator bldg. Full of light, bedroom faces interior courtyard, very quiet. Floor through, cross ventilation. It gets hot in Vienna during the Summer 80s + but somehow not really uncomfortable, there is a fan in the apartment.
There are also a TV and radio. I googled classic radio stations in Vienna and found Radio Klassik Stephansdom 107.3. Really enjoyed it.
Very nice large bathroom with separate WC. Kitchen fully equipped with Braun coffee maker and electric kettle. Very pleasant nicely designed apartment in a postwar bldg. Looked like the bldg. was built in the 50s or 60s.
Walfried and Cecilia the owners are flexible about check in time we checked in about 8:30 am.
Ten minute walk to Opera House, Art History Museum about twenty minute walk to St. Stephan’s.
Thirty second walk to Naschmarkt and Billa supermarket. Billa has everything you need. Delicious bread and croissants, fresh fruits and vegetables, Monarch brand ground coffee very good. And Billa offers a full range of toiletries. Closed on Sunday as most shops in Vienna are, but opens at 7:15 on other days and closes at ~7:30 pm.
About a minute walk to the Resselgasse stop on the #1 tram. The #1 Tram will take you around the significant parts of the Ringstrasse, Opera House, Art History Museum, Parliament, City Hall (Rathaus), University and the Schottentor Tram Hub where you can catch the #38 Tram which will whisk you to the wine restaurants Heurigers in the Vienna Hills. (Last stop Grinzing (Schleife) leave the tram enclosure turn right and see the big green size Maly. Very nice Heuriger gorgeous garden).
You can take the #1 to the Hetzgasse stop for the Hundertwasser House extravaganza.
The #1 terminates in the Prater at Prater Hauptalle.