Definitely not worth the money, we paid almost 2,000 Euros for just a couple months of stay in a tiny appartment, and all we got in return was a bad experience.
After my husband got an appointment in Vienna, we moved to the hotel/pension Bleckmann for a couple of months. First off, just as soon as we arrived we started noticing all those minor but annoying things - electrical wiring not finished and sticking out, hence electrical outlet boxes missing, half-broken table lamps, etc. Furniture pieces are old and falling apart as soon as you touch them. The kitchen was tiny, of all the electrical appliances there was just a coffee-maker which leaked and left stains on the painted furniture. The room designed for three was very small even for one person to live in. The walls are paper thin and you can hear your neighbor talking on the phone, or another neighbor practicing the violin two floors away. And of course, the smell from the old tubing in the bathroom was quite annoying, too.
And the most unpleasant surprise came when we were checking out on our last day, the hotel co-owner Mr. Muellner the senior refused to return our reservation deposit, so we lost 300 Euros and when we asked for an explanation or at least policies they were guided by, he first gave us contradictory info and then would just start yelling at us telling us to "Get lost! Go back to where you come from!", etc. Quite a surprising attitude for a person making his living on foreigners...
A nice and cosy family run hotel.We stayed in a triple room for three nights.The breakfast provided was good.The location of the hotel is excellent and there is a tram stop very close by.The old city is only a ten minute walk from the hotel.The folks at the reception are extremely well mannered and very helpful , especially with the directions around the sights.
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Address: Waehringer Strasse 15, Vienna, Vienna, A-1090, Austria