Hotels Near Heldendenkmal In Vienna

3.7/510 Reviews
1.81km from Heldendenkmal
The Strebersdorferhof enjoys a quiet location in the district of Floridsdorf, on the northern outskirts of Vienna. It features a traditional Austrian restaurant with a Mediterranean winter garden, as well as a snack bar.Surrounded by many typical wine taverns, the Strebersdorferhof is near the Danube Bicycle Trail, and you can store your bicycles on site. Electric bicycles can be rented.A rich buffet-style breakfast is served daily, including, cold meats, eggs, and homemade cakes. Champagne is available on the weekend. In the summer, breakfast is served in the garden, and an early breakfast is also available.The hotel features a playground, outdoor table tennis facilities and a sun terrace with deckchairs.The tram stops right outside the front door of the Strebersdorferhof, and the commuter train station is only 500 metres away. The A22 motorway is 1 km away.
0/51 Reviews
2.98km from Heldendenkmal
Without a doubt one of the favorite hotels, I have ever stayed. Upon arrival, I was warmly welcomed by the staff and shown the room. The staff was extremely friendly, everything was clean, breakfast was incredibly delicious, and a wide variety of options provided. The atmosphere is so special that it really felt like home to me. All respect for all staff who do a great job there. A true example of excellent hospitality and many big hotel chains should learn from this.
4.7/5Outstanding2 Reviews
4.25km from Heldendenkmal
Stayed 4 nights.Excellent location next to metro and trams. Very helpful staff, even when I locked the room safe and didn`t put in a code. Lovely breakfast good choice of food and free tea and coffee all day from the area. Rooms comfortable. car parking on site. front desk not 24 hr but very easy to get in with room card. Would stay again. Vienna is very expensive apart from transport, but lovely especially if into Opera and Classical Music. Great Fun Fair near the centre. My Wife And I have been to Vienna, Prague and Bratislava, 4 days in each this holiday. Bratislava is smallest of the three, easy to cover just by walking and to see all the sights, busy in the daytime when the river cruises arrive. Vienna the largest and most expensive but good cheap transport. would need longer if you wanted to see in all. Prague very touristy at the old part of the town and over the bridge to the castle. Would say avoid at weekends unless on a stag/hen do.
4.4/5Excellent10 Reviews
4.59km from Heldendenkmal
The rooms are a short distance away from the city centre in a very quiet neighbourhood. The nearest train station is a 3-5 minute walk from where there is a direct train taking you to the city centre which is pretty convenient. The train gets you to Stephensplatz in <10mins. Eva received us warmly and then left for her holiday. In her absence we were well looked after by Sophie, the care taker who was very polite, friendly and helpful, and served us delicious breakfast. The room we had booked was called “Imagination“ which was on a lower level and secluded, almost like a basement in the which can be accessed independently from the outside. It can however get a tad troublesome if it’s raining (as it did on one of the days we stayed there) or if it’s excessively cold because one would have to be outdoors first, even though it’s just 5 steps up the stairs plus about 10 steps there on just to get to the breakfast room on the ground floor (and hence wear jackets / carry an umbrella, as opposed to being within the sheltered premises all the time). The layout and decor was not spectacular but comfortable. The room was large enough to open up our big suitcases (we had luggage given that we travelled in winter).
4.2/5Very Good10 Reviews
4.79km from Heldendenkmal
This hotel is very beautiful and inside a shopping center. In my experience in my travels I can to say that is a futuristic because practically you have autonomy because don´t exist lot personal and you have card for operate for example the elevator that have many buttons to operate (hehe), the card open your room, you get out of the hotel, etc. With this, you must to be careful with check out to the hotel because for example in my case the recepcionist was not around 5:00 A.M. and I almost lost my train (the advantage is that the station is next to the hotel) and I almost lost my fly to other country, my card was not delivered personally and as an anecdote I just left a note at the reception delivering the card and left because I was already late.I think I had to indicate my departure the day before I left
4.9/5Perfect16 Reviews
4.82km from Heldendenkmal
The Arcotel DZ is good value, but it definitely isn’t for everyone. It is situated in the 22nd district, which is a ‘new development’ type working class suburb. The area is dreary and devoid of charm, with rows and rows of council estate blocks and pretty much nothing else. The centre of town, where all the sites are, is about a twenty minute ride on the underground – hardly the end of the world, but an inconvenience if that is the main reason you are in the city. And as for eating options, you are basically stuck with the fast food type places in the large shopping centre connected to the hotel. I go to Vienna only because I have business in the 22nd district, so I will definitely stay here again – but if it is your first time in Vienna and you want to see the sights and generally soak up the Vienna atmosphere, I would advise that you stay somewhere closer to the centre.
4.5/5Excellent10 Reviews
5km from Heldendenkmal
This is a really neat and tidy place to stay. Beds are firm but comfortable and there is A/C if you need it. Location is great: overlooking the Alte Donau waterway. There is a handy supermarket round the corner if you want to pick up something not that you will be hungry after the excellent breakfast. There is a McD across the road too but seriously must you Big Mac it when there is so much else on offer? Getting to / from town is a breeze on the U1 (Alte Donau stop and walk across the bridge. Beware of kamikaze cyclists and scooter riders - walk to the side or else). Staff are friendly and helpful. Some rooms look out onto the water which is great but you will have some traffic noise in the morning. The rooms that face inwards don’t have the view but are quieter. You pays your money..... Lastly the place is spotless. Even the terrace where you can have the aforementioned breakfast (or should that be breakfeast?) has leaves whisked away before they have a chance to make it untidy.
4.2/5Very Good34 Reviews
5.02km from Heldendenkmal
We stayed during the week in early October. Our room on the 4th floor was simply furnished. It was quiet and had a nice view of the river. I did not find the bed comfortable. No fridge or room safe. CNN was available on a small TV. Wifi worked fine although it was slower in the evening. Bathroom was fine with good shower. We arrived around noon and the parking lot was mostly empty so we had no issues parking but as others have noted the lot is small and was in fact full when we checked out. The walk to the Alte Donau metro station on the M1 is about 8 minutes. The Billa supermarket across the street is very convenient. There is a McDonald’s across the street as well and a shopping mall within walking distance. I would rate the hotel 3.5.
4.6/5Outstanding103 Reviews
5.26km from Heldendenkmal
The superior room where we stayed was big, clean and comfortable. It was at the 18th floor on the Danube side. There was a nice view of the city, but the trains of the underground pass on that side as well. You could hear the noise of the trains (just a little). It didn't annoy us because the room is well insulated, but if you like the absolute silence I suggest to choose a room on the side opposite to the Danube. We enjoyed the free Nespresso coffee as well. We didn't have the breakfast at the Hotel neither a dinner at the restaurant, so I can't say anything about the food. The pressure of the water coming from the shower wasn't much strong, probably because we where at the 18th floor, however this wasn't a problem. The Hotel is a few minutes away from the Alte Donau underground station (U1), where you can reach the city centre in 10 minutes. There is a super market next to hotel (it is closed on Sunday). I definitely recommend this hotel.
0/50 Reviews
5.41km from Heldendenkmal
Located in Vienna, Apartments Hellwagstraße has accommodation 2.4 km from Danube Island.Cycling can be enjoyed nearby.Giant Ferris Wheel is 2.5 km from the apartment, while Vienna Prater is 2.6 km from the property. The nearest airport is Vienna International Airport, 19 km from the property.
4.3/5Excellent22 Reviews
5.49km from Heldendenkmal
We stayed one night at this beautiful hotel. The hotel was a mix of minimalist, industrial with an ultra modern slick feel about the whole decor from arrival into the reception area, to the bedroom and everything in between. The staff we encountered were very professional and hyper efficient. They made us feel important and special as we were celebrating an important occasion there. We reserved a Level Room which meant we had a Danube view, a total floor to ceiling of glass walls for an unobstructed and amazing views, even on a rainy evening in July. As we reserved a Level Room had access to the “The Level Room” for complimentary drinks and snacks, which we sampled In a beautiful setting, overlooking the Danube at the top of the DC Tower before we went to dinner at the “57”, their top floor restaurant. Both dinner and breakfast was served on the 57th floor, a real treat. It was relaxed and un-rushed, supervised by very attentive staff constantly buzzing around. The quality of service, their attention to detail with very personable staff throughout our stay made is a very special place indeed. Perfection!
4.8/5Outstanding2 Reviews
5.77km from Heldendenkmal
I really wanted to like the Niu Franz and to be fair, there were some good parts. The option of declining to have your room cleaned and receiving a free drink at the bar is something that far more hotels should adopt. The in-house sauna is really nice too, though I wish it had been open in the afternoon. The hours for use were limited to the evening. Finally, the interior decor is cool. Unfortunately, the most important part of any hotel—a comfortable bed—was seriously lacking. The mattress was an extremely uncomfortable mixture of firm and saggy (a noticeable dip in the center of the bed) and the pillows were awful. They were like bags filled with lumpy foam shreds. I slept badly all three nights that I was here and it took a few days for my back to feel better. If I could have booked the trip all over again, I never would have stayed at this hotel. It's a bummer because on the surface, the Niu Franz has so many seemingly good things going for it. I was lured in. Alas, the uncomfortable bed made my experience here a regrettable one. The hotel team really should spend a little less time on the decor/amenities and a little more time upgrading their mattresses and/or pillows, as I notice that some of the other views have cited this as a problem as well.

Hotels Near Heldendenkmal In Vienna Review

4.5/563 Reviews
Good hotel in common. Good breakfast, nice responsive staff, though a little unskillful (can't print a document out so that the image takes the whole list, not just a tiny space in the corner which is impossible to see and read), sauna, great design. The only issue is windows, which lack quality. They let cold and noise, cigarette smell go through into rooms from outside. However in common we're happy with the stay.
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4.6/5159 Reviews
1. The location of the hotel is very convenient, just 5 minutes walk from the central railway station, the surrounding environment is very quiet, almost no tramp or refugees, very safe! It is very convenient to eat and shop at the station. It is very cheap to recommend a supermarket. 2. The room facilities are very new, the room photos are much better than some of the four stars in the country, and the decoration is also very elegant. Staying at this price is very cost-effective! 3. The front desk service is also very patient, and there are train schedules to facilitate everyone to hurry. There are also free fruit breads to eat. 4. The TV and air conditioning in the room are very new, the TV is extraordinarily large, and the channels are very good! The toilet and bathroom are separate and very convenient, which is rare in hotels at this price in Europe. 5. The hotel can swipe the card up and down the elevator, very safe! 6. If you go to Vienna, it is highly recommended that everyone stay at this hotel! Absolutely the most cost-effective.
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5/51 Reviews
After read a number of reviews, I really didn't know how I'd feel staying here. So what's good first; Staff were very friendly and helpful. As I entered the hotel, it was grand, nice enough with a grand piano there to add to the sophistication. The restaurant was nice, and lunch we had there was good. But Breakfast. Fantastic. Definitely 5 stars. Not an full Irish breakfast, but tis Europe after all and was a very nice buffet set up. Location is good, with the cities connections well flagged by other reviews. Right, the OK. Not bad. Just OK. We stayed on the 5th floor. And a review had refered to it already, but a slap of paint would not go astray, hall way and bedroom in total could do with an up-grade. Really not a 4 star hotel room. It wouldn't take much, but it would be grand for a group of lads on a stag, but definitely not for a romantic get away. That said. Bed was comfortable enough. TV, had 20 odd channels, only 3 news channels in English. No Kettle????? Why???? Anyway, ok price. Ok hotel. Good food. Good location. Would go elsewhere if/when I return to this beautiful city.
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4.7/5192 Reviews
The room is really great, the view is great, the breakfast is also great, the view on the top floor is invincible, I also watched a sunrise, and I drank a glass of wine at night. There is a subway station opposite, one stop to Stephen's Cathedral, but two people should take a taxi, cheap and good cars. Rating 4.5, the pre-authorization deposit has not been released for half a month.
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4.7/529 Reviews
My husband son and I stayed at this hotel when first arriving into Vienna. The hotel itself is beautiful, lovely service and room was fantastic. We had a deluxe double room which was spacious and also came with tea coffee making. We had an extra bed for our son. Room was a big size for the three of us. Bathroom was really nice too all the amenities you need. We did not get breakfast while staying here it was expensive - instead choosing to have breakfast at cafe central which is a minute walk from hotel and reasonably priced ( cheaper than the hotel buffet breakfast at hotel ). We are generally not buffet style eaters preferring cereal or toast, eggs and coffee or juice so cafe central was perfect for us and an easy one min walk in the morning (not crowded at all on opening!). We also walked to another cafe one day which was great as well for a coffee and bread roll & egg/museli etc for 1/4 price. Hotel is in a great location in Vienna, the street was all lit up for Christmas too and Xmas markets within walking distance in all directions only a few minutes walk some smaller markets. The big Christmas market at the Rathaus was about a 10 min walk (a must with kids/teens) There is a great Italian restaurant a minute walk from hotel with some great dinner options as well. Cafes and restaurants are all within walking distance. Walk to St Stephens cathedral was maybe 5-10 mins. Also walking distance Hofburg palace was 2 mins from hotel. Overall great location lovely hotel. A star off for no heated pool though otherwise amazing hotel good location and would definitely stay again when in Vienna.
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4.6/575 Reviews
This hotel is pretty and the room is laid out well. But there were some maintenance issues that never got fixed. First, my safe in room 729. I couldn’t get reception to answer, (irritating) so I went there. The woman at reception said that someone could come assist, but maintenance wouldn’t be in until the next morning. She said that Vienna was a very safe city and there was no need for worry because there was never any crime of any kind. Also, they had a way of knowing who would go in the room. Inwardly, I rolled my eyes. If they know who goes in the room, if something was stolen, it’s my word against that person’s that this item was even in there. Besides that, the item would still be gone. Then when my boyfriend and I were arranging for a taxi, the bellhop informed us that taxi drivers in Vienna are notorious for ripping off tourists. No crime of any kind, ehh? I couldn’t get the faucets (in either sinks) to stop up and I needed to hand wash some items and soak something. Someone came up to show me, but he said after looking they weren’t designed to close. The next morning, after we returned from breakfast, the lock that you use to bolt the door had fallen and was preventing the door from being opened all the way. We asked housekeeping to help, but she couldn’t and called for someone to come up. Thirty mins later, no one had come, so back I went to the lobby and got the bellhop to call. He said there was no request in, so housekeeping hadn’t called. About five mins later, mtc came and unscrewed the bolt, allowing us to enter. While he was there, he tried to fix the safe, but even fresh batteries didn’t fix it. No one ever came to fix it. While the hotel is beautiful, there’s nowhere nearby to eat, no shopping, etc. (except a Starbucks and one bakery). The breakfast buffet is pretty weak for 25euros. We ordered off the menu and it took about 25 mins to get items that weren’t even cooked (cheese, ham, etc). (Meaning there would be no reason for the long delay.) My espresso was cold when I got it. I really want to end this on a good note, so let me say that the staff was really nice and the room was spotless. It was also quiet.
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