Hotel Lenas Vienna

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Hernalser Gurtel 32, Wien, Vienna, 1090, Austria
Hotel Lenas Vienna
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Costs 21% less but rated 39% lower than other 3 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families100
  • Couples9
  • Solo28
  • Business28

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vienna airport

by moriskallas

can i go from vienna airport to mercure zentrum hotel by bus or metro

Re: vienna airport

by delcity

there use to be a hotel booking service near the customs area. go there and ask if any of the passengers have made a reservation for the mercure zentrum in the last hour. if they say yes. ask if the van has left yet. if they say yes you can wait and try again later if you wish. if they say no tell them you all- ready have reservation but need transport to the hotel. most often they would transport you for a small fee.
if the van is going to transport you it is a good ideal to phone the hotel and let them know that you are being transported by the van from the hotel booking service at the airport. the reason for this is the van may stop a three or four other hotels not in a straight line to yours. so it might take the van a hour to get to your hotel.

Re: vienna airport

by delcity

test

Re: vienna airport

by globetrott

there are 2 diff. buses running every 30 min each.
One goes to WESTBahnhof plus WienMEIDLING the other one goes to Morzinplatz/Schwedenplatz in the very centre of town.
What adress is the Mercure Zentrum ?

Re: vienna airport

by moriskallas

fleischmarket 1a
A-1010 vienna

Re: vienna airport

by globetrott

take the bus to Morzinplatz/Schwedenplatz, it is leaving right in front of the airport at the place, where you are leaving the restricted area, where you get your luggage.
6 euros one way and I think 11,- for a returnticket

Travel Tips for Vienna

Always fun at the Rathausplatz

by Pieter11

When you are in Vienna, you have to visit the Rathausplatz. Although the Rathaus may not be the most beautiful building of the whole city, its Square is certainly the most living. In summertime there is a multi-cultural market, with a lot of (not expensive) food-shops and music. In wintertime there is a lovely Christmas market. Enjoy!!!

If you are thinking of moving to Vienna...

by morgenhund

One of the things about Vienna is that it is a very cosmopolitan society - thanks to housing a lot of international associations and agencies (the perk of neutrality!). Of course people sometimes like to stick to their own kith and kin - and there is a big ex-pat community - and their online forums can be a great way of settling in and/or getting the information you need in English!

I'd recommend www.virtualvienna.net (the community is now free again having previously been a subscription fee-based service) and www.vienna-expats.net - especially if you are moving to Vienna. South Africans might be interested in FOSA (www.fosa.at)

Shopping area

by tomeek

Shopping in Vienna is surely not the cheapest thing you have ever experienced but hey, its Vienna! :-) If you are looking for some nice souvenirs, buy Mozart kuglen, one of the most typical Viennas souvenirs! This here is one of the busiest shopping street, connects Stephens cathedrale and Hofburg.

Naschmarkt

by CandS

Check out the Naschmarkt, this place has everything you could imagine! There were so many fresh fruit and vegetables available, even things we'd never seen before.

The fast food stalls were great too, although they'll fight against each other to try and make a sale.

At the end of the food stalls we found a flea market with all sorts of odds & ends... Great if you enjoy flea markets.

The market is located at 06, Linke Wienzeile and is open from Monday to Saturday from 6 am to 6 pm.

Streetside Scales...Just in Case

by miketrudeau

Around Vienna you'll see scales standing on the sidewalks and around bus stops. If you put a couple of coins in, you can weigh yourself. They have a glass front so you can see all the weights and cogs working, which alone is worth the small change. I found it odd that the city had put these up...I guess they want people to stay trim!

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