Pension Madara 2

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Hernalser Hauptstrasse 86, Vienna, Vienna, 1170, Austria
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Excellent
8%
4
Very Good
32%
16
Average
34%
17
Poor
14%
7
Terrible
12%
6

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 49% less than similarly rated 2 star hotels

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  • Families42
  • Couples50
  • Solo26
  • Business100

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Pension Madara

by dmgreene

Hi.
Does anyone have any info on this hotel:
Pension Madara
Alserstrasse 39, 1080 1080 Vienna ?

Wondering about service, safety, distance from center, and transportation near hotel.

Thanks!
Doug

Re: Pension Madara

by globetrott

Hi !
You may walk within 10-15 minutes to Votivkirche and University from that Pension.
It is not an unsafe area, especially when you walk towards the centre.
about 300 meters to the north you get to Guertel with some redlight-cafes - no problem during the day, but maybe no place for a walk at night.
You have a tram in Alserstrasse
have a look at this web-page with a map :
http://www.wien.gv.at/wiengrafik/suche.htm

put in the adress, and you see Alserstrasse 39
When you arrive by train, get a taxi to the Pension or take U6, change at station Alserstrasse and take the tram towards the centre ( to the right)

good luck !
Michael

Accommodation in Vienna and travel to Aachen

by karthikbharath

Thanks for the replies. I am actually looking for accommodations for a friend and myself. Hence a couple. Are there good hostels/pension houses/cheap hotels for couples? There are several advertised online but I am unable to exactly find out information specific to couples.

There is a train to Aachen for 39 Euros(one way) but unavailable for the dates I am looking for. Could anyone please give me links to buses etc? Thanks!

Karthik

Re: Accommodation in Vienna and travel to Aachen

by rexvaughan

I am not sure what your budget for accommodations is but Pension Suzanne was great for us. It is very centrally located just a block from the State Opera House. Their current rates would give you a double room for about 100 Euros including breakfast. Their website is: http://www.pension-suzanne.at/english/preise.htm

Re: Accommodation in Vienna and travel to Aachen

by filipdebont

Hi

I stayed in Pension Madara, it was along Alser strasse

so city centre was within walking distance

they offer a clean room at resonable prices, and a decent breakfast

write a mail for the room rates

Contact :
Phone: +43 664 532 09 50
Address: Alserstrasse 39, 1080 Vienna
email: madara@aon.at
Other Contact: Fax: +43 14 08 27 63

Have fun in Vienna

Filip

Travel Tips for Vienna

Belvedere - my favorite art museum in Wien

by Tolik

Passing through the lovely wrought-iron south gates the visitor can see the elegant façade of the Upper Belvedere palace mirrored in a large pool of water where small gondolas used to float. The staircase rising out of entrance hall carries military trophies and scenes from the life of Alexander the Great. In the Marble Hall on the first floor the Austrian State Treaty was signed in 1955, giving the country her independence again after the Allied occupation. There is a chapel in the south-east pavilion. Osterreichishe Galerie Des 19 und Jarhundts (Austrian Gallery if the 19th and 20th centuries) is the museum to head for if you want to see the highlights of Viennese painting. The are rooms full of works by Klimt, Schiele, Kokoschka, van Gough and many other famous artists.
Use the same ticket to enter the Lower Belvedere, which contains the Baroque Museum’s collection of sculptures. HISTORISCHES MUSEUM DER STADT WIEN (Historical Museum of the City of Vienna)

The Vienna’s history is told through a wide variety of artifacts and works of art. Ground floor tells the story of this area from Neolithic to Roman to medieval times. On the 1st floor are panoramic views of Vienna; battle scenes from the Turkish wars and number of portraits. The second floor (19th – 20th centuries) has fascinating Napoleonic era salon decorated in the “Pompean” style.
Two large wooden models show what Vienna looked like before and after the Ring was built. Klimt, Kokoshka, Schiele, Gerstl, Moll and others represent Austrian art. Admission free on Fr 9 am – 12 noon.

Leopoldsberg

by kris-t

Kahlenbergerdorf is part of the XIX. District of Vienna, Döbling, since 1891, when it was incorporated into the city. Surrounded by the river Danube in the North-East, the Leopoldsberg in the North and the Nußberg in the South-West, it is one of the oldest settlements of Döbling. Mentioned first in 1135 as "chalwenperge", Kahlenbergerdorf lived from its location near the Danube and large vineyards on the slopes of the Leopoldsberg and the Nußberg; amidst the village lies St. Georg, a baroque church.

Viniculture can be traced back 2500 years, when Celts settled in the vicinity of the Leopoldsberg; starting in the Middle Ages, winegrowing was organized by monasteries. Today, most of the vineyards are in the possession of Stift Klosterneuburg.

Today, Kahlenbergerdorf lives mostly from its Heurigen and viniculture.

Watching the ice skaters

by phil_uk_net

Watching the Viennese skating in front of the Rathaus while drinking Glühwein. The kids even have a small rink to themselves. Good thing - from what I witnessed on the main rink with people crashing into the hoardings and each other, it looks like a dangerous sport!

Dr. Karl Lueger Platz

by yooperprof

Just off the Stadt Park is this memorial to Vienna's favorite anti-semite. Dr. Karl Lueger was a tremendously popular mayor of Vienna at the turn of the 19th century into the 20th. Lueger combined an active social policy with pandering to the anti-semitism of Vienna's working classes. In effect, he helped to make Jew-baiting into a respectable and acceptable form of vote-getting. "I'll only be happy after the last Jew has disappeared from Vienna," he is reported to have said. The young Adolf Hitler was greatly influenced by Lueger's example and mentions him prominently in "Mein Kampf." Frankly, I found it eerie that there is still so much evidence of Lueger's popularity here: not only this monument, but also a church in the Zentralfriedhof and a significant section of the Ringstrasse are named after this great innovator in reprehensible politics.

Pack your own grocery & buy the bags!

by longsanborn

Vienna was the first city I've been in Europe where I have to bag my own groceries. When I first came to Vienna, I didn't realize that I had to pay for the grocery paper bags or plastic bags AND pack my own groceries.

Initially, I thought that I'll just put my stuffs on the conveyor belt, put away the shopping trolley, and wait for the clerk to pack my things - like I always do in Asia. However, this was not the case. Not only was I rudely embarrassed by the cashier clerk, I was scolded by her for crowding up her work area and jamming the queue behind me. I was too shocked to retort a rude reply at her.

I asked myself, WHAT HAPPEN TO THE CUSTOMER SERVICE?

So now, I am quite good at packing my own groceries; the big heavy things on the bottom and the light and fragile ones on the top. Plus, by now I know a few rude German words to reply back at rude cashier clerks.... LOL..

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