This is a lovely, comfortable, safe and affordable hotel in a great location in Vienna. The rooms and bathrooms are spacious and modern. Bedding is quite nice, although no top sheet is provided so the only covering is a duvet which can be too hot during warmer weather. Rooms have a refrigerator, minibar, safe, ample closet space and hangers, as well as places to put folded clothing. The rooms are very, very quiet and we rarely heard any noise at all from other guests. The hotel staff is friendly and accommodating and the buffet breakfast is quite good. We found the location to be very calm and safe and we were at ease walking back to the hotel at 10:00 p.m. Overall, a very pleasant stay at this hotel!
"Excellent hotel that exceeded all my expectations"
To begin with, I did not have extraordinary expectations, but almost immediately I began to revise my estimation of this fine, comfortable, and accommodating hotel upward. The staff was extraordinarily welcoming, courteous, and helpful, even when (in my own view) my questions and request for aid seemed excessive and unreasonable. The room was very comfortable and the facilities were excellent. I had not realized that the hotel was located across the street from the conference location, which made things even more convenient for an American unaccustomed to international travel. One of the best parts was the hotel breakfast, served efficiently and accessibly in a gracious setting that allowed those of use who were conference attendees to get to know one another and to add an extra dimension of collegiality to the conference. I would recommend the Austrian Trend Hotel Messe to any traveler to Vienna without hesitation or qualification. I had a grand time there, and it was one of the best parts of my first visit to this gracious city.
Hotel Mercure was a great hotel. It is located on the edge of the Ring, so it was really easy to access everything. The room was clean and pleasing and the breakfast was excellent. We were not keen on the two duvets, otherwise, it was great. The rooms were also quite sound proof, but we did hear some traffic. Overall, it was a terrific experience and I would recommend it without question.
I got free upgrade(at least what they said). I showed up early they still let me check in(11 30am). I got put to the other side of street in their sister hotel. Room is nice very nice and everything was good. I had a good stay . Staff were friendly and helpful. Only thing bothers me a little bit is the breakfast cost my 18 euro .
Wonderful hotel, get a "Grey Room" for the views. Staff couldn't be more helpful and facilities are excellent. Perfect location, get a ferry to Bratislava just across the bridge for a wonderful day out. Don't eat in the Loft, just have a drink, I you stay in the Hotel you already have the views, so the over priced, pretentious food will only disappoint, this is a restaurant that lives on hype not good food. Go on a walking tour and don't bother with the tour buses, you will get a great feel for the layout of Vienna and can almost always walk there or get a taxi or train in half the time and price of the hop on hop off buses.
Traveller from Birmingham, UK
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A good choice if you want somewhere quiet and don't want (or can't afford) to be closer in to the central city area. Train stations, grocery stores, restaurants all a short walk away, not to mention an old-style amusement park! Only 3 stops away to the heart of the old city. Cheap regular train to airport in under 30 mins. Hotel staff can be dour and are unlikely to offer help or a smile voluntarily.
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Squeezed onto an elongated island between the Danube Canal and the main river channel, Leopoldstadt was the centre of Vienna’s Jewish community from the early 17th century until the Holocaust. The Strauss, Freud, and Mahler families all had homes here at various times. Most visitors flock to the Prater funfair, which has a Riesenrad (large ferris wheel).
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