This is a cheap hotel, and for this kind of money it was more than perfect.
Rating cheap hotels is always tricky so i'll try to brake it down:
Room was very clean, mattress looked brand new, sheets and towels clean.
Floors were laminate wood and was and very clean.
Some furniture was older, but large wardrobe with build-in fridge was brand new. (no mini-bar content in it)
Room 106 we used was quite spacious, but was facing main street and we could hear trams going by all night. Light sleepers should ask for a room on a less noisy side street.
It was clean and properly disinfected, shower cabin was ok, but enamel on the bathtub was scratched, and general sensation was that it could use renovating.
Not so good. Restaurant in ground floor is demolished and you have to enter the building trough a side door. Front desk is located on improvised location two floors up the stairs. Everything looks as if a construction zone was cleaned up to make it usable, but it was far from complete.
Girl who greeted us was very nice and friendly. Spoke good english, and from what i could figure also German and Turkish.
Staff doesn't seem to be available in the hotel at all times.
Hotel has no parking, however there was plenty of parking space on the streets arround it.
Area is close to southernmost attactions: just 15min walk to Belvedere palace.
Bear in mind that this is not a perfect location for everyone. I felt safe enough, but this is area of Vienna populated mostly by nations from Balkan areas. If you are a rasist, xenophobic, or generally a person with that sort of wrong attitude, you may want to consider a different hotel.
I would stay for a night or two in this hotel again.
And i hope it will look much better when it's fully restored.
Clean rooms, but not much more.
Light sleepers should ask for a room facing the side street.
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