Hotel Mercure Wien Secession is located near the Secession Museum, Naschmarkt, Wine & Co (popular wine bar), the Museum Quartier (QM), Opera House, and Karlplatz.
It is also near to many shopping streets (especially to Mariahilfer-strasse), good restaurants (especially Saigon Vietnamese Restaurant), cafes, and bars.
Unique Quality: Clean rooms with basic facilities, bathroom, cable TV, etc.
Directions: Near Naschmarkt, U4/U1 metro station.
The hotel has 70 air conditioned rooms - they offer limited room service and food at the bar. They also accept dogs.
Directions: near to Karlsplatz and the State Opera House
Stayed for 5 nights in May 2004. It is across the street from the Secession Building and around 3 minutes to Karlsplatz station. Around a 10 minute walk to Stephanplatz. The rooms were in great condition, and there was even a walk-in closet. Nice hotel with modern facilities. The only complaint is that the TV kept jumping to static for some reason. I booked online and got rates of around 85 Euros per room per night which was a pretty good deal. Ask for a room facing the back so it's quieter. Recommended.
Unique Quality: Great price for a good location with nice, modern, and clean rooms. Staff was very friendly also.
Directions: Across the street from Secession Building. 10 minutes to Stephansplatz and Hofburg. 3 minutes to metro, 5 minutes to Kartnerstrasse.
Hello! We are staying in Vienna in Ruthensteiner hostel, Robert Hamerlinggasse 24 and we are wondering are there any cheap restaurants near our hostel? We are planing to visit Prater, Albertina Museum, Belvedere Museum, Schonbrunn, Vienna Zoo and other buildings inside the ring like City Hall, churches etc.
Do you have any advice what else to visit in addition to these listed buildings?
nice program. there are plenty of affordable restaurants in Vienna. Check out the Naschmarkt (the produce market located in the 4th district) - it offers great cuisine for every taste. If you are looking for more things to see and do just go to our website: www.austria.info ; we also have a very active community on Facebook: www.facebook.com/austriatravelinfo where community members post experiences, photos and more - enjoy your stay.
I stayed at the Mercure Secession Wien once.. The resort isn't what I'd describe as "extraordinary".
A brill manner by which to start your tour is with dinner at "Perspectives". The swanky place might be a magnificent feature to have a meal at if you are hungry. The spot sports the most pleasing cup of coffee.
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Address: Getreidemarkt 5, Vienna, Vienna, 1060, Austria