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We stayed for 5 nights in the Highlands apartment, which was very nice. It had two big rooms with king size beds and we asked for an extra bed. The bathroom was big and new and so was the rest of the apartment. We felt...More
Have stayed in the Ocean apartment for 4 nights with my wife.
Easy key retrieval (locker box), clean apartment (though with a few worn-out furniture pieces). Spacious, large balcony, very comfortable bed, very fast wifi.
A minute away from a tube station and tram station...More
NIce, modern and clean. Not luxurious, but still fresh and tastefully furnished. I missed some kitchen equipment and the pillows are rather low quality. I liked huge wardrobes, A/C and TV in each bedroom. Some final touch like pictures or flowers would be nice. Laundry...More
Clean, well furnished apartments, with a good space in the room, you can everything you need there, just like home. It's very close to metro station, 2 minutes or less walking throughout small play ground for kids. It's around 10 metro stops to reach the...More
We arrived to the place at 17:00, we had to look for a parking for 2 hours!! Finally, we decided to pay for parking which is very high!! About 4€ for hour!! The place look nice, the service is bad, rwally bad. The hotel manager...More
US$105 - US$191 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Austria > Vienna Region > Vienna > Währing
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).