Hotels Near Jesuitenwiese

4.9/5Perfect15 Reviews
0.58km from Jesuitenwiese
Property Location With a stay at this apartment in Vienna (Landstrasse), you'll be within a 10-minute drive of Hundertwasser House Vienna and Wiener Prater. This apartment is 2.1 mi (3.4 km) from Vienna State Opera and 7.1 mi (11.4 km) from Schoenbrunn Palace. Rooms Make yourself comfortable in this individually decorated apartment, featuring a kitchen with a full-sized refrigerator/freezer and an oven. There's a private balcony or patio. Cable programming and a DVD player are provided for your entertainment, while complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected. Conveniences include a separate sitting area and a microwave, and you can also request a rollaway/extra bed (surcharge). Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include express check-in and express check-out.
4.7/5Outstanding30 Reviews
0.86km from Jesuitenwiese
Just a 5-minute metro ride from the Stephansplatz square right in the heart of Vienna, Hotel Spiess & Spiess Appartement-Pension is located in a quiet backstreet. It offers elegant and allergy-free rooms and suites and a rich buffet breakfast in its winter garden.All rooms in this family-run guest house are air-conditioned and soundproofed and come with underfloor heating, a flat-screen TV, tea and coffee making facilities, and a luxurious bathroom. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the building.The Rochusgasse stop of the U3 underground line can be found just 100 metres from Hotel Spiess & Spiess Appartement-Pension. The airport trains are just 1 metro stop away and the Erdberg multi-storey car park is 3 stops away.Hotel Spiess & Spiess Appartement-Pension is certified by the European Centre for Allergy Research Foundation (ECARF).
4.4/5Excellent30 Reviews
0.94km from Jesuitenwiese
Located in the 3rd district of Vienna, My Home in Vienna - Smart Apartments offers accommodation with free Wi-Fi, 250 metres from the Kardinal Nagl Platz U-Bahn Station.All modern units feature flat-screen TV and private bathroom with a shower. The apartments are fitted with a fully-equipped kitchen and a dining area, and some of them also come with a bathtub and a balcony.Several shops and restaurants can be visited in the closest vicinity of the My Home in Vienna - Smart Apartments, while the Stephansplatz or the Mariahilferstra?e can be reached within 10 minutes by the U-Bahn. Public parking is possible nearby.
5/5Perfect31 Reviews
0.96km from Jesuitenwiese
I was staying at this hotel for a business trip and was totally surprised by how good the stay was. It took me a while to find this hotel in the many business hotels in Vienna, but I am glad I did find it after all. This hotel is not the classic business hotel, so if you don’t like design and for example black hallways, this hotel might not be for you. I on the other hand loved the design and theme of this hotel. I would always come back! The staff was very friendly and the breakfast was very good as well. They had a reasonable number of choices and I had a very good start of the day. The room was quite spacious and very clean. If you stay in the hotel as two guests in a room, be aware that the shower is a glass shower in the center of the room. (Also see on my pictures) All in all, I had an excellent time here and would come back when back in Vienna.
4.7/5Outstanding25 Reviews
1.01km from Jesuitenwiese
Property Location With a stay at this apartment in Vienna (Landstrasse), you'll be a 2-minute drive from Hundertwasser House Vienna and 9 minutes from Vienna State Opera. This apartment is 4.9 mi (7.9 km) from Schoenbrunn Palace and 0.7 mi (1.1 km) from Riesenrad. Rooms Make yourself comfortable in this apartment, featuring a kitchen with a refrigerator and a microwave. A flat-screen television with cable programming provides entertainment, while complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected. Conveniences include a coffee/tea maker and a sofa bed.
4.2/5Very Good30 Reviews
1.02km from Jesuitenwiese
Location is OK, breakfast in Europe is like that
4.9/5Perfect35 Reviews
1.11km from Jesuitenwiese
I stay at a lot of Marriotts in many different countries . The Marriott in Vienna wins my favorite Marriott award! From the moment you walk into the doors until the moment you leave you are treated as a valued customer . The room we stayed in had a very comfortable bed (mattress, bedding and pillows). It was a quiet room. The curtains close completely to give you a dark sleeping environment. They have thought of every detail to make you comfortable! The room was spotless and maintained. The breakfast buffet is the best hotel breakfast I have ever seen! The people who work at the breakfast buffet are attentive and polite. We enjoyed eating at a restaurant at the hotel as well. The people who worked at the restaurant are also attentive and polite. The food was delicious. At one of the restaurants we had the pleasure of meeting the assistant director of guest relations. This hotel works hard at having perfect guest relations. This is our second time to stay at this hotel and we will be back soon. I highly recommend this hotel!
3.7/525 Reviews
1.13km from Jesuitenwiese
Located in central Vienna, City Center Luxury Apartments offers apartments with sleek design elements and modern amenities. The property is just a 2-minute walk from several modes of public transport which provide good connections to many of Vienna’s famous sites.A flat-screen TV with cable channels, a DVD player, and a fully-equipped kitchen are featured in the apartment. A washing machine and free Wi-Fi are also available.The centre of Vienna offers numerous sights, including the Hundertwasserhaus and St. Stephen’s Cathedral. Both are just a 10-minute walk from City Center Luxury Apartments.
4.1/5Very Good44 Reviews
1.14km from Jesuitenwiese
Traveling to Vienna, I feel like Vienna has strong local characteristics like this hotel. The hotel is very close to Sanjo Subway Station. One station is a five-minute walk and the other two stations are an eight-minute walk. There is a compartment-style Chinese food sales hall in front of the hotel. The taste is average and slightly salty. You can change the taste after eating two or three Western meals. There are two or three bakeries near the hotel. The small alley in the middle of the hotel's two buildings is very characteristic, full of decorations, a small bar and several clothing stores are sporadic, very elegant. It's great to have a beer in the open-air bar in June evening. The hotel rooms are not large, and the beds are not as large as the domestic large beds, but they are clean and comfortable. The breakfast is mainly Western food, and there are many varieties. The restaurant has a small courtyard, and breakfast and green trees and birds double as happiness. I would rather have breakfast in the small garden of the hotel than the sights of Vienna, haha
3.9/534 Reviews
1.15km from Jesuitenwiese
I booked a stay here at the Eurostars Embassy Hotel for March however, was unable to travel due to Corona Virus (Covid-19), after speaking with the Front Office Manager - Ines Leitner for a few hours and going back and forth, she finally agreed to refund my hotel stay and confirmed as such through an email. However 3 weeks after her email and our phone exchange, I thought I would email her again just to follow up on the status of the refund and when it would arrive. I eventually got an email from Ines Leitner, the Front of Office Manager telling me that they will no she longer be giving me a refund, even though she originally stated that she would 3 weeks earlier via a written email. I called Ines, she picked up the phone, greeted me with a “hello” and stated her name, after I said who I was, she pretended not to hear me, and then proceeded to hang up. I called her again and left a voice mail. Moments later I checked my email and I saw a note from Ms. Leitner telling me now that she will no longer be giving me the refund that she promised 3 weeks earlier. My disappointment is because of two things: the first is that the Eurostars Embassy Hotel and Ms. Ines Leitner originally agreed to give me a full refund due to the Pandemic ,however after 3 weeks they decided to cancel my refund while not updating me that the refund had been cancelled. If I hadn't reached out again to follow up, this new information would have never been communicated to me. I found this hotel to have no compassion, and lack humanity . I WOULD NEVER book a stay at this hotel again. I especially found the Front of Office Manager Ines Leitner to be very unprofessional with her conduct. First stating I would get a refund through written communication, then revoking that refund and providing no update that the refund would be revoked. And then pretending not to hear me over the phone and hanging up on me. This is by far the most unprofessional experience I’ve had with a hotel, especially once such as the Vienna, Eurostars Embassy Hotel which is supposed to be a top hotel. Their lack of compassion is absolutely disgusting along with the way they treat their customers. Please STAY SOMEHWERE ELSE. Aside: I believe this may be a widespread practice of this hotel. I noticed a review from someone from the United Kingdom who had a similar experience in March. Beware of this hotel and Ms. Ines Lietner the Front of Office Manager.
4/5Very Good26 Reviews
1.16km from Jesuitenwiese
Located in the central Second District of Leopoldstadt, Zoku Vienna will be close to the Vienna University of Economics and Business, the Messe Wien Conference Center, and the iconic Prater park. It will feature 131 Zoku Lofts.
4.8/5Outstanding30 Reviews
1.17km from Jesuitenwiese
Opened in 2020, the Hampton by Hilton Vienna Messe offers travelers a pleasant stay in Vienna, whether for business or leisure purposes. The hotel is conveniently located just 1km from Wien Praterstern and 23km from Vienna International Airport. Being just minutes away from Messe-Prater Metro Station allows guests to explore the city with ease. There's plenty to do nearby, with Circus & Clown Museum, Chocolate Museum Vienna and Alm Advent all within a short distance. When guests have some time on their hands they can make use of the onsite facilities. Guests of this Vienna hotel can make use of the parking facilities. There's never a dull moment at this hotel, our guests indicate that the facilities are excellent.

Hotels Near Jesuitenwiese In Vienna Review

4.6/536 Reviews
The hotel is in a nice neighbourhood close to Schönbrunn Palace and the bus to the inner city stops right in front of the door. The room itself was overall clean even if a little bit worn. The bed was comfortable (maybe the pillows were a little bit too soft for me), the bathroom clean and spacious, they cleaned the room every day. On thing I was missing was another chair at the table in the double bed room so we had to sit on the beds which didn't have bed covers. Also the darkening curtains didn't go all the way to the end of the windows and light came in at night right into my face which made sleep a bit more difficult. In the end I found the room satisfactory and was alright for the three nights we had spent there.
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4.5/535 Reviews
I decided to travel to Vienna. I feel that the environment is very good. Vienna is also great. The environment is also very clean. It has no drawbacks. I arrived in the middle of the night. There is no water seller around. I can only buy water from the hotel reception. I remember it is quite expensive.
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4.7/532 Reviews
Stayed for 3 nights in room 8 To check in, it turns out you need to go to another building 2 minutes down the same street at Boutiquehotel Stadthalle. Pretty straightforward checking in as I'd already booked online. The reception staff friendly, welcoming and could not have been nicer. Pension Stadhalle seems to be former apartments converted into hotel rooms. The bathroom looked like one of those cabins you see on a ship. The shower was separated from the rest of the bathroom with a curtain. I’m not that big, but even I thought the shower was cramped. I could not move without touching the shower curtain. A bit small, but functional and everything worked fine. The room came with a double bed, but it wasn't a real double bed. It was two singles placed together. There’s a very obvious gap in the middle which made sleeping there impossible. Even then I had the treat the bed as a single anyway because the duvet was for a single and there was only one pillow. I slept fine using only one side of the bed, but it really begs the question why there’s a double bed in the first place. All the toiletries were provided except soap and shampoo. Okay I understand that there’s a drive to be eco friendly and stop providing those miniature bottles. Considering that Pension Stadhalle is hardly at the bottom end of the budget market, surely dispensers for liquid soap or shampoo can be provided. Even some hostels do that. The room didn’t have much in the way of amenities either, no coffee, tea, kettle; normal things provided hotels in this sector of the market. I’ve stayed in Vienna before and pretty sure these are provided as standard in hotel rooms. The double bed took up pretty much the entire room. There was a chair, but no table to work on. The cleaning staff did a fine job of cleaning the room and bathroom every day, so kudos for that. Location wise, the hotel is not in the tourist district. That’s not really a problem because it’s close to several tram or metro stations, and then only a short journey into the centre. There’s several supermarkets, restaurants and cafes close by. The supermarket option doesn’t work that well if there’s no way to heat food though. Overall, I had a satisfactory stay, the staff were great, but I really do think that the hotel should rethinks the bed and amenities in the room.
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4.2/530 Reviews
The hotel is conveniently located between the train stations between MID and HBF. There are several routes to choose from in 5 minutes walk. You can buy Vienna traffic tickets for a very high price! The hotel can store luggage, has a refrigerator, a blower, the room is more spacious, the bed is very soft, there is air conditioning and heating. There are also many restaurants nearby. It is convenient to go to attractions. The shoe-shoe machine on the first floor of the lobby is good.
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4.4/536 Reviews
We stayed here for a night. Though the room was decent, the hostel fares poorly on the basics. For instance: 1) The wifi didn't work for the whole day. The technician had "gone home". The reception desk was arrogant about it, shrugging it off. 2) The kitchen refused tap water and asked us to go back up 6 floors to our room and get it. 3)The housekeeping isn't responsible for your bedding. You have a buy bed linen separately and make the whole bed yourself! 4) The guys at the reception didn't know a thing about Vienna. For a hostel, this was a huge let down. We had to go back to the main station (hauptbahnof) information desk to get all details. A big NO, especially for experienced travellers.
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4.5/544 Reviews
The breakfast is very rich, with a variety of high-quality meals. The croissant is the best made in the hotel I stayed in this trip. It is not greasy with a touch of milk. I didn't ask if it could be an extra bed. We ordered three people. 1288 with breakfast, duplex loft apartment, one big bed and one small bed, the big bed upstairs can sleep three people no problem. Compared with the price of this accommodation, the facilities are a bit simple, and the tourist off-season, the price of European hotels in this season is not high. Expensive, this price is high, others are good, self-service luggage storage is a password locker, very convenient, the location is less than ten minutes walk from the exit of Vienna Central Station (hbf railway station), the place to get on the train is closer just walk past
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5/531 Reviews
Let me offer some compliments first. The neighborhood is wonderful, as central as could be, and it is a wonderful old Viennese building from the 1700s. I was greeted by a very kind man when I arrived on Sunday. When I got to my room, I noticed that the WiFi was not working and he quickly moved to another where I was able to get my phone to pick up the signal. Unfortunately, after that I was never able to get reliable WiFi. To make matters worse, Whatsapp calls would drop out every minute or so. I finally had friends call me directly through the switchboard, which worked pretty well but shouldn't have been necessary. The hotel has just gone through a terrible period of quarantine and it is seriously understaffed right now -- I only saw staffers there two or three times in my whole time at the hotel. That said, there was one "deskman" who just sat in the back and made it clear that any inquiries were a terrible bother to him. The air-conditioning was minimal on some hot nights and so I slept poorly. This is one of the great cities in the world, and this could be a wonderful hotel. Right now, it is frustrating and uncomfortable and I would urge customers to stay away until you hear that it is under new management.
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4.9/535 Reviews
- Kein drei Sterne Hotel, wie bei der Buchung auf der Homepage impliziert - Privatsphäre wird nicht respektiert (trotz "do not disturb"-Schild an der Tür geht Reinigungspersonal ins Zimmer) - Aufzug (in den unser Kinderwagen nicht hinein passte) 2x kaputt (1x mit "Personennotrettung") - Manchmal kaltes Wasser beim Duschen - Das Zimmer gegenüber wurde renoviert, deswegen gab es unangekündigt 30 Minuten Stromausfall, Flur war vollgerümpelt und staubig - Unser Zimmer (Nr. 10) zu klein um den Kinderwagen darin zu haben, keine Gepäckablage, keine Haken zum Aufhängen der Handtücher, Schrank bietet keinen Stauraum, kein WC im Zimmer, Dusche kaum begehbar (wir sind zum Glück schlank, wie sollen andere da rein uns rauskommen?) - Raucherlokal direkt nebenan (schließt um 4Uhr), der Rauch zieht nachts ins Zimmer (wir hätten bei der Wärme gerne mit offenem Fenster geschlafen), es wird laut auf der Straße (auch durch Bus und Müllabfuhr) - Andere Gäste und Bauarbeiter rauchen im Zimmer - Während des Frühstücks wird gesaugt und gefeudelt - Nach zweimaliger Erwähnung wird laktose- und fruktosefreies, veganes Frühstück gestellt - no three-star Hotel, as implied on the booking site of their homepage - no privacy (cleaning staff comes into the room although "do not disturb" sign is on door) - lift broken twice in 8 days of stay (stroller doesn't fit inside) - sometimes cold water in shower - the room next door has been renovated, because of that we had unannounced 30 minutes power failure. also the corridor was full of dirt and junk - our room (#10) was way too small, the stroller didnt fit inside, also there was no luggage rack, no hook to leave towels, no toilet in our room, the closet doesnt have space to leave clothes, shower very small (we are slim people, i dont know how others would manage to go in and out?) - smoking pub right next to the hotel (closes at 4am) smoke draws into the room (with the summer heat we would have liked to sleep with the window open) the street is really noisy (also because of bus and cleaning trucks) - other guests and workers smoke in rooms - during the breakfast the staff is cleaning the floor with a noisy vacuum cleaner - after asking for it twice, they offered lactose- and fructose free, vegan breakfast
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4.7/5128 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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5/532 Reviews
I spent a few nights at the Westbahn hotel. As the name says it's situated right next to the Westbahnhof station, 2 minutes walking distance to the excellent Vienna public transportation that gets you everywhere with ease. Cross another street and you're on the famous Mariahilferstrasse with all the shopping and some nice places to go out for a beer or to eat. The room I had was nice and warm,with a comfortable double bed, tv, storage space and bathroom (separate toilet room). I didn't hear noise from outside traffic or from adjacent rooms. The staff was welcoming and professional. Also there's free coffee and tea in the lobby which is great when you're in a hurry and have no time to sit for breakfast.
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4.6/535 Reviews
I was really disappointed for absolutely no reaction of the hotel to the booking change request (proposed shift by 2 weeks). One member of our travel group fell sick and the chances were high that she suffers the Covid-19. This was a no-go for the rest of the group as well due to we have been in close contact and wanted to act responsibly and move our stay. There was not a single reaction whatsoever. Not even a simple “not-possible” answer. We tried both and direct contact on their site. After the movement request placement on the the complete previous communication we had with the hotel over the was deleted! Our credit card was charged and that was pretty much about it. Astonishing ignorance and shamefulness to say the least. Finally 2 weeks later we booked the Marriot hotel in Vienna and were very much pleased by both stay and the level of communication. We enjoyed our stay a lot. Our recommendation is to protect your money and stay away from Hotel Am Schubertring!
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4.8/542 Reviews
Our stay in this hotel was just perfect. Micaiah checked us in. He was really helpful and available throughout our stay for any questions we had. He managed to get us a table at a restaurant that was booked up... We did not expect the Ritz to be so family friendly, we were really impressed. Our son received his little activity pack at check in and other treats during our stay, he also loved the pool. Salomé was particularly kind to our son...The Spa/ pool area is very pleasant. We had a bottle of champagne and cakes waiting for us in the room on our first day as we were after getting married. Our room was very spacious and comfortable. We loved the beautiful cocktails in the bar and our son his mocktail. Simon and the rest of the bar staff were very friendly too. Everything in this hotel is done to make you feel welcome and special.
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4.8/533 Reviews
For me, I really enjoyed my stay here. I was a solo traveller so I really appreciated the efforts that the reception desk helped me with to book airport transports, locate areas around the hotel etc as this made my stay so much more easier. The location of the hotel was great and I was able to walk around the city center for my whole trip without needing to take any public transport. The room is kitted out with a full free-of-charge mini bar (which was a nice touch) and has high quality toiletries. My bed was very comfortable and I had a great night's sleep here. I found the hotel itself quite quiet although this may had been because I had arrived on a Sunday evening. I would really recommend a visit to the Mermaid's Cove too which is their spa. I asked the reception desk for access and they provided me with keys to open the area and also a bag with a robe, slippers and towel. When I arrived, there was no one using the facilities so I had a very relaxing time! Would definitely recommend visiting this before you leave!!
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4.6/564 Reviews
The location of the hotel is not far from the famous Golden Hall. The waiter also kindly chatted with me during the check-in process. Booked a twin room, the size is medium, the bathroom mirror is very good, and the air conditioner is quite powerful in summer. The surrounding environment is quiet, there is a supermarket within about 10 minutes walk. There is a certain walking distance from the subway. And it's near Heroes' Memorial Plaza, where the fountains are so beautiful
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4.5/541 Reviews
The hotel is very good. At the front desk, there is a sparkling wine. The interior is also very familiar. The room has a feeling of going home. The breakfast variety is very polite. I will be very polite to thank you. I am very enthusiastic. I can’t beat the water. I also took the initiative to help me. I asked him where he ironed his clothes. He suggested that he would take the initiative to help me iron the iron. I found that he only had four fingers in one hand, and he decided to take a tip. Wow, there is also a waiter to get in and out of the hotel. Vienna will still live here! Five-star praise
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4/537 Reviews
Location: The hotel is right next to the Belvedere Palace. It takes about 10 minutes to walk from the Central Railway Station. You can also take the trams 18 and 0 on the train station square, 2 stops. The railway station is very convenient for transportation. There is a subway u1. There is a tram line D next to the hotel directly to the downtown Hofburg Palace, Heroes Square. Opposite the hotel is the Swiss Garden, which has a family name and tastes good. There are also some restaurants nearby. Room: We stayed in the smart room 610. The room was really small, and two 28-inch tiles could not walk. I saw the next room, although the room type is the same, but the area will be larger. The ceiling is not renovated, all are bare, I don’t know if it is industrial wind. The shower is completely transparent, and it would be embarrassing if it weren't for a couple. The bathroom is a separate room. The room has heating, the quilt and pillows are comfortable and clean, and the cleaning is very clean. We went out during the day, the box was unlocked, and there were passports, bank cards and euro cash. Back to the hotel things are in good condition. The bed is 1.5 meters, and the place is small and there is absolutely no extra bed. Because it is close to the road and there is a construction site nearby, it has been very noisy, and the other side may be better. Breakfast was not enjoyed, not seen in the downstairs, it is quite rich. The first floor of the hotel is a restaurant and the food looks good. Service: Very good, we are in Vienna at 11 o'clock in the morning, it is generally 2 o'clock in the afternoon, then the hotel arranged for us to stay directly. Because my mother had a accident at the train station, she needed to go to the hospital for treatment. After telling the hotel, I checked the nearby hospital and set a taxi for me. Because the forehead is swollen, the doctor said that as long as it is cold, I will go to the restaurant several times a day for ice. Service ecology is very good, give me a towel, really intimate In short, it is highly recommended.
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5/531 Reviews
We stayed at the Hotel Austria during the last days of 2021 (family 4 pax). The hotel is located in the heart of Vienna, in walking distance almost from all important sites you have to visit. The room was spacious, very clean, warm, with comfortable beds. Breakfast with enough variety and very good quality. There is no restaurant on site, but you will find so many just a few steps away Extremely helpful and kind front desk and staff generally. Reasonable room rate regarding the season of the year. I think the hotel offers everything a traveller needs. Full recommended!
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4/532 Reviews
This hotel is in a great location. It serves well as a comfortable bed and clean room. Which was all we were looking for on our short break. It is well kept but tired looking. It is on a third floor, the lift can only be accessed after going up a flight of stairs. Not suitable for people with poor mobility. There are no staff on the premises after seven pm so if you arrive after that you call a number (on the door) and your key is in a safety box outside the entrance which they give you the code for. The buffet breakfast is basic but sufficient, coffee really not nice. The hotel is expensive and the bottled water in the room is expensive also. The staff were few and pleasant enough. I'd asked for an extra pillow but they weren't able to help me and they left their cleaning sponge on the bathroom floor. Small things that didn't make much difference but would have been nicer not to have.
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4.6/547 Reviews
The look of a typical hotel chain does not provide toiletries and slippers. Convenient transportation, walking distance from the train station, there are also supermarkets nearby, including shopping malls and lidl near the train station.
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4.2/537 Reviews
The Bristol offered convenience to the Vienna State Opera, Musikverein and other major sights. The Wi-Fi connection and business center made communications very easy. The main dining room and bar were very elegant and offered great service. The turn down service and nightly kugeln candy were nice touches. Best of all was the emergency sewing done on my pants by housekeeping. However, I felt that the Covid pandemic has reduced services. There was no concierge at the concierge desk. All concierge inquiries had to be made at reception, which usually had only one staff member on duty. My complimentary shoe shine looked like the dust and grime were removed, but I could not detect any polish on the shoes. Also, it is an old hotel that could use some renovation. The raised threshold between the bathroom to the hallway in room 377 is dangerous without a ramp. I almost tripped when I stubbed my toe on the threshold. More variety of coffee and tea for the Julius Meinl Inspresso machine is needed. There were only two types of coffee and two types of tea offered. Further, the writing desk was too small. The Inspresso machine and telephone took up too much space on the desk. The telephone was antiquated: There was no button to set my own wake-up call, I had to call the front desk to wake me. There was also no USB port to plug in my computer or smartphone. I also had to use the outlet in the bedroom to dry my hair. Why can't a compatible hair dryer outlet be in the bathroom? From a branding perspective, I was tired of being reminded that the Bristol is a "Luxury Collection Hotel." Luxury is to be experienced; it is not to be repeatedly advertised. Overall, the hotel is a great 19th century treasure, but in a 21st century world. It has great service and a special fin de siècle charm.
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5/531 Reviews
I was staying at this hotel for a business trip and was totally surprised by how good the stay was. It took me a while to find this hotel in the many business hotels in Vienna, but I am glad I did find it after all. This hotel is not the classic business hotel, so if you don’t like design and for example black hallways, this hotel might not be for you. I on the other hand loved the design and theme of this hotel. I would always come back! The staff was very friendly and the breakfast was very good as well. They had a reasonable number of choices and I had a very good start of the day. The room was quite spacious and very clean. If you stay in the hotel as two guests in a room, be aware that the shower is a glass shower in the center of the room. (Also see on my pictures) All in all, I had an excellent time here and would come back when back in Vienna.
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4/531 Reviews
As many have said, the big selling point of this hotel is its location - turning right out of the entrance and up a nice set of stone stairs leads you to a large shopping street with many of the usual brands you are accustomed to. Shortly down this street is an underground stop. Perfect. The hotel itself is like an another time period - very old and dated - its like walking into a care home in terms of decor. Check in was easy enough, pleasant staff at reception throughout. The rooms are basic - squeaky beds, terrible pillows, TV, an actual modern looking bathroom (with hairdryer), TV and decent amount of wardrobe space. One interesting addition ive not come across before is an outdoor shutter you can control from inside which comes down and provides complete darkness thus you aren't woken by the sun in the morning. A nice touch. A thing to remember when checking out is that there isn't much storage space for luggage and if you think the station has lots of lockers you'd be mistaken - get your bag in early if you're on a late flight out. Overall, a nice place to stay, supported really by its great location.
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4.7/536 Reviews
Warning! Read all before you book a room at this hotel! We were given a used and dirty room, dishes in the sink, hairs in the bath and on the bed and a horrible smell. I immediately called "customer service" and they kept me on the line for more than twenty minutes. I was told they would compensate us with twenty euros, I explained to them that I did not want money, I only need a clean room! They sent a cleaning lady who started cleaning quickly and carelessly, cleaned the floor with the towels, worked without gloves and without a mask. After I asked again for a new room I was told that they are not a hotel just apartments for rent and that I can't do nothing about it. Not for nothing are they cheap and not for nothing they don't offer an option to cancel a deal. Just trying to capture the customers and take their money. The hotel has no employees at all, only a really badly functional self check-in device that causes a huge queue at the entrance to the hotel. On the phone it takes a quarter of an hour to catch someone, we got there earlier before it all happened and asked to pay extra for early check-in or for luggage storage and they also did not agree to that. On top of all that, and in addition to the fact that they do not respect the rules of the covid they also dare to be rude, yell at the customers and also finally cut off the conversation for me. Eventually we had to leave the hotel because we are afraid for our health and we are not interested in compensation of twenty euros. So we also lost that money and also had to pay for another hotel! (Also booking com are not replying our messages and not refunded our money back yet) I recommend you guys to read also other reviews about them!!
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4.5/531 Reviews
Pension Neuer Markt Slip up Seilergasse from the Pension Neuer Markt about half a block, past the wurst stand and there you are in the shadow of the Stephansdom, Vienna’s premier cathedral dedicated to the martyr St Stephen. Neur Markt’s location in the inner city of Vienna cries convenience which is the biggest asset of this modest pension. In a huge older building, the Pension occupies three floors of six. To enter one must press a buzzer on the outside door and the main desk on second floor will buzz you into the dark lobby where there is thankfully a lift. Inside the Pension is under renovation however our third floor spacious room has been completed. Our bathroom is large, clean and contains a huge tub and shower. Lofty windows on the outer wall overlook Seilergasse and provide lots of light. A comfy double bed is on one wall and matching couch on the other. A huge closet hugs next to bed. At breakfast in a lovely parlor we are pleased to see the great selection of bread, cold cuts, cheese, and fresh fruit. Of course, hard boiled eggs are by request and tea or coffee. Around the corner is Kartner Strasse the main shopping district of Vienna complete with a large restaurant population. If you are hungry after hours the Pension has a supermarket inside and you get a discount.
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4.6/5100 Reviews
It is convenient to have Billa and laundry room and Chinese restaurant nearby, but the subway will be built in August, and it will take half a stop to go to the city. Schönbrunn Palace is very close but you have to buy tickets in advance, otherwise you have to wait a long time. So, it is recommended to be cautious before the subway resumes operation. If it is not self-driving, it is a waste of time. Everything is good in the hotel, free extra bed for children. Breakfast is too expensive, the cafe opposite the hotel can solve the breakfast 6-10 Euros can be a good meal.
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4.5/530 Reviews
Visited Vienna a for a short city break. The hotel is situated in a little cobbled square where bars/restaurants are situated. Our room looked over the front of the hotel and was very noisy at night, so ear plugs are a must. The reception staff were amazing and spoke very good English, they were very helpful and could not do enough for you. Its a shame we couldn’t say the same about the breakfast staff. I felt because we were English we were ignored. The first morning all other couples that arrived at the same time were dealt with very quickly. We were seated and ignored, we even had to go and find our own cutlery so we could eat our breakfast. The second morning we had to ask to be served hot drinks as again we were ignored. I asked for a pot of hot water as I had my own tea bags. Eventually the waitress came over with it and she then was extremely shocked when I asked for a cup. ( I don’t know how she thought I would drink out of a teapot!) Over she came with a cup, no saucer as other guests had and no spoon!! I gave up asking for anything else and left shortly after. I would advise to eat breakfast out in the many good cafes in the vicinity. The best thing about the hotel was the free walking tour offered on a Saturday morning. It took around 2 hours and the guide was extremely engaging and very knowledgeable on local history. Make sure you give it a go if you want to see places you wouldn’t know about as a normal tourist. Standard room was small but adequate, pillows very flat and soft but bed comfy. Bathroom was not overly clean (dusty) and towels were not replaced leaving us with 1 large and 1 small towel between us. I cannot say we would stay here again.
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4.7/548 Reviews
The room is large, the front desk service is super good, and the waiter took the initiative to send luggage to the room. As we just walked, the car just picked up did not get navigation. Thanks to an Asian-looking waiter at the front desk to help set up and adjust, I recommend staying! All attractions are within walking distance
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5/531 Reviews
We visited hotel just before the 2022 Vienna Marathon festival. I was amazed from the information I received from the reception (thank you Stefen) how to get in the places of our interest. The hotel has a mini guide of the nearby places of interest which I found to be very helpful since it was our first time we visited Vienna. The room was cosy with a spacious double bed and a very nice bathroom. The daily cleaning service was very good and the ladies were discreet. The breakfast buffet was nice with the ladies that served beverages very helpful fulfilling requests from our children. In general the hotel is an excellent choice and that we will make again in our next visit in Vienna. Thank you Harmonie for all the good memories you offered.
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4.6/556 Reviews
Hotel service is super good, as always, your reasonable requirements are met as much as possible The hotel has a swimming pool. We are a riverside bed room. The cost is very high. The room is very large. There is a writing desk, a sofa area and a window. You can see the river view in winter. The river view is a bit dull in summer. Two steps to almost no one shopping environment is very good and cheap & # 128514; supplement daily necessities is not a problem The hotel is located a few steps away on the bridge & # 127542; ️ You can walk along the path just like there is a very good supermarket Many local grandpas and grandmothers went to buy them and daily necessities. As you can imagine, they are very affordable.
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4.5/536 Reviews
First time at this Hotel, we booked a six nights, two rooms for us and our son. Well in the beginning, you are a little anxious, but everything turned out quite well. The staff at the reception gave us rooms on the 16th floor, there you have an extraordinary view on the city of Vienna. The room was spacious and clean, however the floor is carpet and in Austria they do accept dogs in Hotels, so you really don’t know if there was one beforehand .. Very good breakfast and with the same panoramic view (again dogs are welcome). Parking was arranged for us for 20 € per day, which is a fair price in Vienna. The location of the hotel was very good for us, close by you have Hofer and Billa supermarkets (two minutes’ walk) and the Hotel is adjacent to this Mall called MyHive, there are various shops and a Cinema. We had a car so we do not know about public transportation. Finally for us it was a nice experience and we recommend this Hotel.
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