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We had two double rooms and stayed three nights. The rooms have been redone recently in a contemporary style. They are well appointed and very functional (like lots of electrical plugs and USB ports). Bathrooms have lots of space, very nice shower. Because of my...More
We only had 1 day in Vienna and this hotel made our visit great!!
It has two double beds, very comfortable, that for our family of 4 perfectly which is hard to accommodate in Europe.
The room was modern, clean and a lovely bathroom.
The staff is just great, very polite and professional. Only some details that I don´t expect at a high rate like the one that I paid in this hotel: A shower that doesn´t work properly and can´t keep the temperature at all and that I...More
The hotel is centrally located and very convenient. The staff is polite and the breakfast spread was excellent. However,we found the rooms very small. We also had to keep asking for basic toiletries which were not placed in the room. The double double dells room...More
We have stayed at alot of hotels over our lifetime, but this hotel was the best experience i have ever had. We were running late coming from Ljubljana, Slovenia b/c of a severe storm that had the airport pretty much at a standstill. Having the...More
In Vienna's best-known district, pedestrian boulevards Kärntner Strasse and Graben connect you with landmarks such as the Wiener Staatsoper (Vienna State Opera), Vienna’s iconic Stephansdom (St. Stephen’s Cathedral) and the vast compound of Hofburg, the Habsburgs’ former Imperial Palace. Peek down side streets such as Annagasse and Weihburggasse, and Graben’s Seilergasse and Habsburggasse, to get a feel for the centre. The
Imperial Apartments and the refreshingly demystifying Sissi Museum are must-dos at Hofburg. Spacious squares such as Am Hof and Freyung often host beautiful seasonal and antiques markets.
Response from Anastas M | Reviewed this property |
The easiest, quickest, and cheapest way to get to the Marriott from the Airport is to buy a ticket for S7 line from the Airport to Wien Mitte station for €1.80. Do NOT confuse S7 metro line with the CAT (airport express... More
The easiest, quickest, and cheapest way to get to the Marriott from the Airport is to buy a ticket for S7 line from the Airport to Wien Mitte station for €1.80. Do NOT confuse S7 metro line with the CAT (airport express), which cost €16: CAT is not worth it as it takes only 7-10 min longer to make exactly the same journey in the S7 train. When you arrive at Wien Mitte, you just walk - the hotel is about 5-10 min walk (maximum) from the station. The journey on the metro is about 20-25 min only, so your overall travel time, including walking from the station to the hotel, will be about 30-35 min. If you take the airport express (CAT), you'll arrive 5 min earlier but you should mind that both the metro and the CAT trains leave the airport with 30 min intervals and within 5 min of each other.
Travelling by car/taxi doesn't make any sense as it takes longer and cost much more than trains. I hope it helps.
Response from ImmerWandern | Reviewed this property |
WiFi was free. We did not book the breakfast package so cannot comment on its value as a meal. If you do not mind my editorializing a bit, I will say that while a hotel breakfast is undeniably convenient you will be staying... More
WiFi was free. We did not book the breakfast package so cannot comment on its value as a meal. If you do not mind my editorializing a bit, I will say that while a hotel breakfast is undeniably convenient you will be staying in the heart of Vienna surrounded by its café culture. Consider having “frühstuck” at one of these local institutions.
Just over 2 blocks down on your left as you exit the Marriott is the Cafe Prückel, a fairly popular café about 100 years old but “updated” in the 1950s and retains the interior design and furnishings of the mat period. Café Pruckel also feature a full kitchen and offers a lot of traditional Austrian dishes. The vibe is relaxed but one could also see the cast of “Mad Men” drinking coffee here.
In the opposite direction on the right is a more traditional café 3 blocks down the Ringstrasse (both cafés are on the Ringstrasse), Cafe Schwarzenberg. This may meet one’s more typical expectations of a Viennese Café with its fin de siecle decor and ambiance. It does have a more formal feel to it.
Lastly I recommend dining at a much more contemporary establishment, Steierei, across the Ringstrasse and through the Stadtpark onto the other side of the Vienna River. You can ask the front desk for directions or use Google Maps. It isn’t even a 10-minute walk away. The Steierei is a Michelin-started restaurant that has a breakfast unit called the Meierei, and it has great views of the park. I would highly recommend reservations. While there were other obvious tourists dining with us the majority of the guests were speaking German.