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We booked 3 rooms for 4 nights at this hotel following earlier positive reviews on this site. All of us dropped out after the first night as the rooms were all but uninhabitable. Broken plaster and mold on the ceiling were the lesser of the...More
Everything of interest was within walking distance. Trains were easy for a few points of interest outside of the city. The front desk was polite and helpful, the breakfast was sufficient and the rooms were clean. Not luxiurious but I was not expecting that, this...More
Our intention was to stay again at the Hotel Pension Franz, 100 m toward the corner but the voice from the phone guided us to this hotel.
After an annoying entrance door, passing through an splendid hall I found a small reception, a very friendly...More
I've stayed at the Schottenpoint for a week in July. Breakfast is modest (though fresh and tasty), rooms are not huge, but... great service is what made my stay memorable. Whatever questions or requests I had, I was always welcomed with a positive attitude and...More
An unassuming front, leads into a once grand communial entrance, up a few stairs along a corridor, to the "hotel" sign. Inside is a small reception desk with many leaflets on things to do. The rooms were clean & large, I think 13 is a...More
US$81 - US$156 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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The Serviten Quarter is an inner city neighbourhood with many private charms. Popular with French and American expats, Sigmund Freud’s neighbourhood boasts his former practice and apartments, now turned into a museum. Stunning Liechtenstein Garden Palace houses the private art collection of Prince Adam of Liechtenstein. Romantic Strudlhofstiege close to the palace is a fantastic photo spot. With their small
independent shops and eateries, the main streets of Liechtensteinstrasse, Porzellangasse and Servitengasse reveal much of this area’s character. Peek into baroque Serviten Church, with its richly decorated dome and walls. At the Old Jewish cemetery in Seegasse you can see one of the most precious cemeteries in Europe with tombstones almost 500 years old.