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This is a small pension run by a Chinese family who keep it very neat and clean. The room was large with a good size en-suite. The hardest part is finding it as there is no large sign outside, just a plate at the side...More
Our room was lovely and spacious. The shower was temperamental. But I could hear people snoring so clearly, I thought it was one of my travel buddies. The staff was very helpful in getting us directions to a laundry. Hint: do laundry before or after...More
We stayed during a brief summer visit to Vienna. This is a very spartan accommodation -- in a city of such great culture it seemed weird that there wasn't a single piece of art on the walls. Usually we take hotel art for granted, but...More
Nothing special about this pension. It is a guest house rather than a hotel. The staff is helpful and the pension is well managed and clean, even if the premices are a little quaint. Breakfast just ok, but enough to start the day and make...More
We stayed at the Pension Schottentor between Christmas and New Year's. We were traveling as a family of 6. The hotel is conveniently located near the Schottentor metro stop.
The hotel staff were very friendly. They allowed to leave our luggage (since we had arrived...More
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.