- Reviews: 295
ZeekoetThe smalest tent made...
The smalest tent made bij the companie De Waard in The Netherlands, is our pride and joy. The tents made by this companie are the best your money can buy! They are the Rolls Royces amongst the tents. When erected correctly, they can withstand a strong gailforce wind! Drawbacks are that it takes at least 45 minutes to erect it, and the price of US$ 700,- (and that is for the smalest one). If you are interested you can take a look at their (Dutch) website: De Waard tenten
When traveling through Europe we always camp. It's a relaxed way of living. You eat when you want, do nothing if you don't want to, and there is always something hapening around you.
- Reviews: 877
I stayed at the Wombat's...
I stayed at the Wombat's Hostel located near the Westbahnhof. It was a great hostel, very friendly staff, clean rooms, free lockers, and a bar.
10 dollars a night with no breakfast, but came with sheets and locker.
- Reviews: 382
The place we lived in wasn't a...
The place we lived in wasn't a hotel and it was in one hour from Vienna, but I really enjoyed it.The service and rooms can be compared with ***.
- Reviews: 110
Flair Hotel Altstadt Vienna: Flair Hotel Altstadt Vienna
From the hotelwebsite: A carefully renovated patrician house accomodates the small four-star hotel, which lays stress on personalised first-class service. Feel yourself at home because you are at home. Each of the 25 rooms and the 4 appartements is exquisitely decorated and has a touch of the past. All the rooms have been designed to meet individual needs, none of them are alike. The guestrooms are partly located in a quiet sorounding and with a beautifull view over Vienna. The size of the rooms is from 25 to 35 sqm, the appartements range from 50 to 80 sqm. The red salon will be prepared for your breakfast in the morning and you may join the cosy atmosphere of the open fireplace with a drink in the evening.
In this case, every word they say is true! The building used to be the house of a Professor Doktor who is commemorated with a plague in the hotel wall (see picture).
- Reviews: 5929
The retired police officer's...
The retired police officer's home would be my first choice but have no idea of how to find it . . sorry. Stayed at a youth hosted close to the train station on second visit.
We were quite surprised at having to pay $40 for a double with a cot thrown in after paying $8 for our luxury room with private facitities in Bangkok. Welcome to the west!
- Reviews: 5929
Hundertwasserhaus is an...
Hundertwasserhaus is an interesting take on low income housing, Viennese-style.
Only for long stays . . . and imagine it's hard to get in then too.
Built by Friedensreich Hundertwasser in 1986, it was the first of his now many famous architectural projects.
- Reviews: 57
i stayed at the forum hotel...
i stayed at the forum hotel and found it very nice. it was expensive, but i was only there for a couple days. it was in a good location (close to the train station) and had great services and a huge breakfast buffet.
there were work out facilities and a sauna, but i didn't use them.
- Reviews: 2957
We stayed at the lovely and...
We stayed at the lovely and centrally-located (just next to Stadtpark actually) Vienna Hilton Hotel. Would I recommend you guys to stay here? YES, YES, YES! They have a nice spa here.... a great shopping arcade... and internet access for guests. Perfect!
Not cheap... but I booked our hotel accommodation through this fabulous website which I absolutely SWEAR ON and they offered me a GREAT INTERNET deal. The only snag is that you MUST arrive on a weekend. Any weekend. So long as it's a WEEKEND! http://www.travelweb.com/
For those amongst you who are looking for convenient and hassle-free transportation to and from the airport, this hotel has an exclusive non-stop shuttle bus service which connects the Hotel to the Airport at every 20 minute intervals. Good news eh?
- Reviews: 229
Pension Pertschy. Here is a...
Pension Pertschy. Here is a picture of the room we stayed in, our friends had rooms that were even bigger for the same price.
- Reviews: 27
cann't give recommendations,...
cann't give recommendations, as I never ever used hotel services in my home town, but try not to live in the center of the city as this is extremely expensive (ATS 1200,-- per person per night incl. breakfast is quite usual) in the outer districts of Vienna you should find a hotel room for a max of 800,-- per person & night incl. breakfast. Pensions are even cheaper.
- Reviews: 182
I was in Vienna as a poor...
I was in Vienna as a poor student and so we did the hostel thing. We stayed at a hostel on Myrthengasse and it was probably one of the nicest hostels I've ever stayed at. The four of us stayed in a room of our own with our own shower (this was a big deal and we marveled at this good fortune for quite some time!). The hostel is located close to the center of town and is in an area filled with restaurants and cafes.
- Reviews: 392
The first time I went to...
The first time I went to Vienna, I stayed in a very cheap and old hotel, called Hotel Urania, which I do not believe, is around anymore. The second time, I stayed in Hotel Westend.
Very good location, clean and confortable.
- Reviews: 214
Tel. 00431 798 61 79
900 ATS /2 persons p. night
Really original because of the old furniture in the room. Not expensive and comfortable.
In the near of Palast BELVEDERE. No noise.
- Reviews: 561
Pension Columbia: Pension Columbia
Vienna hotels and pensions are NOT cheap, though not as bad as London. Currently -- according to the web site -- rooms range between US $65 and $95 for a double, $40 - $60 for a single.
Centrally located, just a 5 minute tram ride away from the Schottentor Metro stop on the Ringstrasse, the Columbia is a very pleasant, well-run establishment. Bedrooms are large, have very, very high ceilings, and the beds are comfy (see pic). Few rooms have private toilet facilities, though most have a wash-basin and maybe a shower stall. If you can live without the toilet, it's a great place to hang your hat.
As for breakfasts, they're big! I highly recommend the herb butters the owner makes. She serves it in a bright, airy dining room filled with bits of Biedermeier furniture and decorations. It's a very pleasant way to start the day.
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