Hotel Boltzmann

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Boltzmanngasse 8, Vienna, Vienna, 1090, Austria
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76%

Satisfaction Average
Excellent
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Very Good
41%
14
Average
35%
12
Poor
11%
4
Terrible
11%
4

Value Score Average Value

Costs 41% less but rated 16% lower than other 4 star hotels

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Good For Solo
  • Families60
  • Couples55
  • Solo66
  • Business46

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Forum Posts

Family vacation to Vienna

by euro-trip

I will be traveling to Vienna over Thanksgiving and was wondering which of the following hotels was the best. I will be traveling with my parents and they will need elevators in the hotels.
Eventhotel Pyramide, Hotel Favorita, Arcotel Boltzmann, and Holiday Inn Vienna City

Thank you so much for your assitance!
Euro-trip

Re: Family vacation to Vienna

by globetrott

Hi !
Eventhotel Pyramide - it is far outside of Vienna, close to SCS-(Shopping City Süd)
Regarding the location Hotel Favorita and the Holiday Inn seem to be the best for a tourist with good connections by subway & tram !

Re: Re: Family vacation to Vienna

by euro-trip

Thank you so much for your help!

Hotel?? and 3 days in Vienna?

by 1Karan

Hi

I am travelling to Germany in a few days and due to some mess up with my travel agent could not get a confirmed seat in Lufthansa so now will be flying Austrian airlines Via Vienna. So I decided why not take advantage of this opportunity and spend a couple of days in Vienna on the way back since I have never been there before.

Could you please recommend a nice hotel (about 100 EU or less) a night in a central place with good restaurants and bars close by.

Thanks

RE: Hotel?? and 3 days in Vienna?

by pakistanibrain

A friend of mine stayed at the Arcotel Boltzmann(http://www.arcotel.at/boltzmann.htm) when he visited Vienna last year and he was very happy with it. It is very close to the city centre and at that time the room rate was 74 Euros per night. It might be slightly higher now, so check their website.

Hotels easily accessed to city air terminal

by liz1234

My husband and I will be traveling with an older couple and hope to visit Vienna sometime during the 2nd or 3rd week in Vienna.We will be traveling by plane and will be taking the CAT to/from the city and I had hoped to find a hotel with very easy metro connections. Walking with a piece of luggage is not as easy for them as it used to be but, they are certainly able to handle rather easy trips.

When I was there a few years ago on business (and not paying) I stayed at the Marriott near Parkring and traveled by rail, not plane. But, as I remember, close to the hotel was a U Bahn stop that indicated it went to the CAT-(airport train). Looking at the map, this is possibly the U4.I had hoped we could stay in this area.
Finally, my questions; I checked the few hotels I could find near the Parkring U4
and found most were booked most of that time. Are our chosen timeframes an exceptionally busy time in Vienna. Conventions, business fairs possibly? Would it be better for us to choose another time?

And, what other areas would be good choices for us with very convienent metro connections to the city air terminal, other than staying at the Hilton.

Thanks Liz

RE: Hotels easily accessed to city air terminal

by liz1234

Sorry, I meant 2nd or 3rd week in Sept.

RE: Hotels easily accessed to city air terminal

by pakistanibrain

First of all: There are two U-Bahn lines that are connected to the CAT station, ie the U3 and the U4. The U-Bahn stop there is called "Landstrasse".

September is usually a quite busy time in Vienna. Right next to Landstrasse you will probably just find very expensive hotels.

Since I used to live in Vienna myself, I never had to stay in a hotel there. But a French friend of mine and his wife visited Vienna last January and stayed at the Arcotel Boltzmann, which is very close to the city centre (http://www.arcotel.at/boltzmann.htm). To reach that it would be better to take the Airport Shuttle Bus that takes you to "Schwedenplatz". From there you would take the tram that travels on the Ring road (Tram No. 2), get off after 4 stops at "Schottentor". From there you can choose to take any of the trams No. 37, 38, 40, 41 or 42 and get off at "Spitalgasse/Waehringer Strasse" after 3 stops. This is because they travel on the same route from Schottentor as their routes seperate later.

Travel Tips for Vienna

Schoenbrunn palace

by KiNyA

visit the Schoenbrunn palace. The former residence of the imperial family takes its name from a beautiful spring that was found on this site. An earlier hunting lodge was destroyed by the Turks, so Leopold I asked Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach to design a grand Baroque residence here in 1695. However, it was not until Maria Theresa employed Nikolaus Pacassi that the project was completed in the mid-18th century. The strict symmetry of the architecture is complemented by the gardens with fountains and statues framed by trees and alleyways.

Belvedere

by zrim

A palace built by a victorious warlord, Prince Eugene of Savoy. Later owned by the unfortunate Archduke Francis Ferdinand.

The gardens looking towards the central part of Vienna look lovely, but nothing was in bloom because we were there in mid-October.

The Hofburg

by Packerman

Visit the buildings making up the Hofburg (Imperial Palace). Heldenplatz (Heroes Square), Neue Hofburg (New Imperial Palace), Schwizerhof (Swiss Courtyard), Alte Burg (Old Castle), Reichskanzleitrakt (Imperial Chancellery), Amalienburg (Castle of Amalia), Leopoldinischer Trakt (Leopoldine Wing), Michaelertrakt E Michaelerplatz (The Saint Michael Wing and The Square of Saint Michael). I really liked the treasury and the Square of Saint Michael. Both places have so much beauty. I bought a Frank Sinatra cd in Vienna, and everytime I hear a Sinatra song I think of the beauty of Vienna. Since it was Autumn the days were crisp and sunny!

Hofburg

by Bjorgvin

Visit the Imperial Palace (Hofburg), the residence of the Habsburg emperors until 1918. The palace was originally a medieval castle of which only the chapel has survived to this day. Today, the Imperial Palace houses the offices of the Austrian president, an international convention center, the chapel, the riding hall where the Lipizzan stallions of the Spanish Riding School perform, various official and private apartments and several museums and state rooms which are open to the public. The New Palace (Neue Burg) is the most recent and most monumental section of the Imperial Palace.

www.hofburg-wien.at

Relieving the Pain of Plague: Liebe Augustin

by Ekaterinburg

This statue of Dar Liebe Augustin is just outside the oldest restaurant in Vienna at Fleischmarkt and Griechengasse. Liebe Augustin, who was a frequent guest at this restaurant ,was a charismatic figure in 17th century Vienna who played the doodle sac ( probably bagpipes to most of us) and brought some happiness and relief to people devastated by the plague. Even though he was in constant contact with peole afflictd by the disease he never caught it himself. There was even a songwritten about this "oh, du lieben Augustin/Alles ist hin'. This local custom was pointed out to me by Globetrott who tried but didn't quite manage to teach me the song.

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 Hotel Boltzmann

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Address: Boltzmanngasse 8, Vienna, Vienna, 1090, Austria