Room was very small for a superior room with 2 oversized chairs being too big for the room. Rearrangement of the furniture made it more manageable. Bed was comfortable.
There was a good variety of food for breakfast.
The bar fridge without mini bar supplies was greatly appreciated as we could use it for our own items.
Cleanliness was generally good.
Wifi connection was good.
Room was quiet.
A very good location on a busttling thoroughfare, yet the room was cool and quiet, excellent to return to after hectic days of sight seeing, the staff were helpful, polite and the room immaculate, many thanks for a very pleasant few days
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.
This was a very stylish hotel, well decorated and furnished with a great buffet breakfast and in a good location between the inner stadt and the bus / train station at Westbahnhof. About 20 minutes walk either way. Nothing bad to report at all, just that the staff were generally a bit matter-of-fact and not very enthusiastic, a bit how we found the people of Vienna really!
"Amazing Grand boutique Hotel in shopping district"
Grand entrance, amazing chandeliers, great staff, amazing location, tonnes of shopping and restaurants, around corner from museum quarter, train ride from all other attractions, Easy to use train systems, beautifull lounge and bar, safe, rooms are beautifull but do not have air con, showers great, wifi good, supermarket (aldi) downstairs and so is Maccas, would recommend
Rooms was large and clean and bright. Good bed, very clean bathroom with shower large enough for 2!!!! Wi-fi , lobby bar, inside court,large breakfast room. Gluten-free available upon request. Grocery 2 min. Subway 4 min. 20min. Walk to downtown. (Circle) Staff very Nice & helpfull.
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.