The pension appears to be made up of two large appartments in a block. The rooms have high celings, parquet floors and pleasantly old fasioned furniture. We were welcomed by a lady who gave us a city map, leaflets and advice on how to get into town. It looks walkable but we took her advice to walk through the nearby botanic gardens and Belvedere palace gardens before picking up the tram a little later. It was a lovely walk but we got the tram all the way back. The pension is a short walk from the tram stop and Rennweg station where you can get trains directly to and from the airport. Breakfast is a buffet with cereal (good musli), rolls, cold meat, cheese etc. and strong Viennese coffee.
I would have given Pension Bosch five out of five but the hot water can be iffy in the morning. That said, when the water wasn't hot, we went for breakfast and found the water warm enough for a shower afterwards. There was pleanty of hot water in the evening.
We would happily go back.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The hotel is located in a Jugendstil house from the 19. Century in close proximity to the Botanical Gardens and the famous Belvedere Palace with its magnificent Barock garden. The city center, with some of Viennas most well known sights such as the state opera, the Burgtheater, museums, concert houses and the Ringstrasse, one of the most beautiful streets in the world, is reachable by foot in only 15 minutes. Every morning an extensive breakfast buffet awaits you in our comfortable Jugenstil breakfast room. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Bosch Hotel Vienna