Clean and comfortable and close to tram stops. About 15 minutes from the city centre on the trams, but just what we needed. We didn't choose to take breakfast as we wanted to be flexible, so bought 'continental' style breakfast items from the ALDI supermarket next door. Ideal also for the odd bottle of wine to have in our room at night. The staff were very friendly and helpful, especially when we needed to print off our boarding passes for the return journey. Free wi-fi in the room and also 2 computers with free use in the lobby. Perhaps another time, and we would choose this hotel again, we would take a small kettle or travel water heater to make a cuppa in the room. Tram system is so easy to use. We bought a weekly ticket online before we went for just under 15 euros per head and it was brilliant (instead of the Vienna card which does give you a small discount on entry to some places, but it does cost more and only lasts for 3 days). Took us anywhere we needed. Weekly ticket lasts from midnight Sun/monday until 9am the following Monday.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- No matter where you want to go to in Vienna, it's best to start at Senator Hotel**** Vienna. Perfectly connected by public transport, you can reach the hotspots of the city within only 10 minutes by tram number 43. Culture enthusiasts profit from the direct connection to the numerous sights of Ringstrasse and the first district. Gourmets and nature lovers take the tram out of town to find innumerable wine taverns of the Viennese wine-growing area as well as the gate to Vienna's green lungs - the Vienna Woods. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Senator Hotel Vienna