Every thing is excellent, except that one Italian receptionist who was on duty on the 8th of June 2015 as he recommend to all residents who asked about a restaurant for dinner just one restaurant "7STERN BRAU" give you the directions and the restaurant business card despite the fact that we were asking him about the "Heuriga" beer gardens which he know very well as he said it is in district 19 but he ONLY recommend the above named restaurant which is not fair or good policy.
Apart from that the hotel staff are extremely helpful, kind and provide excellent services.
I wasn't sure what to expect from this hotel and I was pleasantly surprised.
Firstly, the room was huge! A massive lounge space with a couch, coffee table, TV, fridge, mini bar and a desk/dining table with 2 chairs. This could easily be made into a second bedroom which would be even better, even the addition of a sofa bed would be excellent. The bedroom is large and could easily fit 2 double beds which is what I would have preferred over 2 singles. Again, the bathroom is very spacious with a bath, large vanity and plenty of storage.
The location is also excellent and located right on Mariahilfer Strasse, one of the longest shopping strips in the city. Shops like H&M, Mango, Zara, C&A and plenty of restaurants and cafes. There's a lovely little bio market a few doors down (near the carpark entrance) that has plenty of organic, vegetarian and vegan groceries plus a little cafe.
The staff weren't the friendliest I experienced on this European trip but they always helped out when asked.
I will definitely consider staying here again on my next trip to Vienna.
This hotel has large rooms, though the decor, furnishings and hallways are a little dated. Still it's clean and the staff are very kind and helpful. The breakfast room, food and staff are great. Also, I was able to check in immediately when I arrived instead of having to return later which was a great advantage. The best thing, however, is the location. It is in a fantastic spot, right in one of the best shopping and dining districts of Vienna. It's also close to two metro stations so you can easily get to other parts of the city.
Great hotel situated right on one of the major high street shopping areas, and easy access on the metro (orange line) straight into the heart of the city in mere minutes. Very nice accommodations; clean, and the staff had a crib ready and set up for us upon our arrival, as we notified them in advance we had a 2 year old son. Highly recommend. Our only complaint was the lack of wifi. In this day and age, every hotel 3 stars and up should have it available for free in all rooms!
Pros: Location. I stayed in a shared bathroom; room and bathroom were clean.
Improvement: Stayed during a heat wave; they need to have fans in the room.
Overall, price was great considering the location.
Just southwest of Vienna's historical center, the Mariahilf district is home to the festive, sprawling Naschmarkt, an open-air market selling fresh produce from around the world, exotic spices, cheese, baked goods, meats, and seafood. Al fresco dining ads to the fun. Mariahilfer Strasse, the city's main shopping street, forms the district's northern border.