Hotel Am Schubertring

Address: Schubertring 11, Vienna, Vienna, 1010, Austria | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Innere Stadt area of Vienna, is near dietheater Konzerthaus, Konzerthaus, Beethoven Statue, and Ringstrassen Galleries.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Am Schubertring Vienna

Pleasant hotel


Our family spent 2 nights here in January, the two room suite we booked was well priced, very roomy, charmingly decorated and very clean, we also had the advantage of two bathrooms. The breakfast was very good and included a delicious fresh fruit salad - something that was usually not available at other small hotels that we stayed in Austria and Italy. The hotel is well located. The staff were polite, but not friendly, although this may be a cultural difference.

Perfect place


We have just returned from our stay at this hotel. We've spend our X-mas holidays there. Service was very good, very friendly staff. Good breakfast, nice rooms.

Hotel Am Schubertring


The other reviews I have read are accurate. We were there for 3 nights in July. The hotel was wrapped in plastic and this was offsetting at first. But the location is great, transportation is easy, staff is excellent and helpful, and breakfast was very good. Staff booked concert for us, helped with phone calls, etc. Ask for a front room. Ours was pleasant, good-sized, had an excellent bathroom. Would definitely stay there again.

Modest but pleasant/good value


This is a pleasant enough place and offers good value and a great location (easy walking distance to just about everything). The hotel is rather oddly laid out and the building is currently wrapped in some sort of facade redo plastic cover, but our room looked out over a church in the back. The cost (including a good breakfast) is surprisingly reasonable.

The Place To Stay


Just got back from a week stay at the Hotel Schubertring. The "ring" runs around the happening part of Vienna. The hotel is located on the "ring". It is VERY close{walking distance} to almost everything that is happening in Vienna. The staff was very helpful and kind. They had great suggestions about out of town trips--things to see--how to get to everywhere-etc. The room was of very good size & a pretty good view of the city.The breakfast serving was more than adequate. When [not if] I go back to Vienna, I will absolutely stay at the Schubertring.

A M Schubertring is great


Just returned from a week stay in Vienna--stayed at the Hotel A.M.

Schubertring. It is a great hotel. The "happening" part of Vienna is the" Ring". The hotel is on the "Ring" and within easy walking distance of almost everything in Vienna. The staff went out of their way to be helpful. The room was good size and very pleasant. The breakfast meal was of good quality. Will stay there on all further trips to Vienna.



We stayed in the Hotel Am Schubertring for 3 days in August 2003. The staff at this hotel could not do enough to make us feel at home. Upon arrival we were shown and given the choice of 3 rooms. The hotel is air-conditioned (42C outside) - the bed was the size of Luxemburg and much more comfortable. The hotel has a small bar with an outside terrace to watch Austrian life go by. Breakfast was very continental Everything is within walking distance - Trams 1 & 2 stop outside the front door. We must point out again how helful and friendly the staff were - We will stay here again.

TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Am Schubertring Vienna

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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A travel blog entry by cervasquez on Sep 06, 2013

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