With our 9 year old daughter we stayed one night in triple room en route from Tuscany back to Warsaw. Vienna was the right area but we didn't want to go into town (which we have already visited) with the cost and traffic associated with that. We also wanted easy access to the highway. Our needs were not easy to fill but eventually found this place on Booking.com and booked for €110 including breakfast.
It has been family owned and run since 1896 and that, in my experience, always means a place with a little eccentricity, in need of investment and with variable service levels depending on the family. The Hotel Stefanie is exactly that but we are happy to report the service we had in our short stay was very good although, again as usual with family run places, there were a limited number of people providing it.
They had clearly updated the interior decoration of our room, which was a very good size, not too long ago but you can tell the spend had been restricted. Things like windows and doors needed attention and the toilet could not be used comfortably because it was situated far too close to the radiator despite there being plenty of room to put it in a better location. Saving the cost of redoing the drainage. This did not annoy for one night and with the radiator cold (August) but for a week in winter, I think we might be asking to change rooms.
Location in the town is very good, right next to the popular thermal baths. The hotel has a very nice garden and its own pool which we did not try but looked fine. Parking area is small and not secure but there is ample street parking without metering issues and it seems a safe enough town to not worry about theft.
Breakfast at the hotel was okay. Small (ish) choice of stuff but it was all fresh and tasty and perfectly satisfactory for our needs, a cold buffet but they did offer and bring a nice boiled egg. Good coffee.
Finding dinner in Bad Vöslau was not easy. There were a few obvious pizza joints that we avoided and eventually found a place called "Hawlik's Schlemmerek" just up the hill from the main square where we got some very filling and tasty regional dishes, for example venison stew, and very friendly service from the owners. Good prices too, for the three of us it cost €40.
On balance, we would definitely consider staying there again for a max of 1-3 nights but I can imagine reviews here will remain mixed for the reasons above.
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