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A beautiful Art Nouveau villa located in the calm and green neighbourhood full of posh villas and embassies - feels distinctly like 1920s. Across the street a stop for 40A bus going directly to the city centre (Boerse). Directly across the park lies the U6...More
Hotel Park Villa can really be a prototype for something from Mis Marple‘s stories, except that it is in Austria, not Britain. But the place is full of old-fashioned charm – old villa in a rich and quiet city district transformed to a small and...More
Every time we go to Vienna we stay at Park Villa. It is a charming hotel with friendly, professional service and a personal touch. I highly recommend this hotel for your stay in Vienna. The rooms are beautifully decorated, clean and spacious. The location is...More
The hotel was great and the breakfast was really good too. The staff was really nice and even gave us a couple of wine bottles when we checked out (we stayed there for a week). The only downside is the hotel's location, it took about...More
Приехал раньше времени заселения,снимали большой номер,нам предложили улучшить условия совершенно бесплатно,что оставило только лучшие впечатления,в течении 2 дней все было здорово,очень чисто и уютно,вкусные завтраки и вежливый,приветливый персонал. До центра города очень легко добраться на автобусе,буквально несколько остановок.
Arrived cpule hours before chack-in time, we'ce...More
The 18th district is the most inconspicuous of the listed neighbourhoods. Where else can you still watch card players at a Viennese coffeehouse, or listen to authentic Viennese folk songs with a local audience? Like most respected Viennese neighborhoods, Währing has its own street market, Kutschkermarkt, where you can best feel its pulse. One of Währing’s loveliest outdoor destinations is the small garden palace and
museum Geymüllerschlössel. The exquisite 19th century interior is spiced up by contemporary art installations curated by the Museum of Applied Arts / Contemporary Art (MAK).