Hotel Clima City
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Clima City Vienna
The outlook from my hotel room wasn't wonderful - a wall of graffiti - and the furnishings were a little sterile, but overall, the surrounding district was quite elegant, and the hotel was comfortable, with everything a traveler needs. Staff are helpful and welcoming. The breakfast had something for all tastes in a pleasant dining room. It was conveniently located to public transport, and the Belvedere Christmas market. I would stay there again - very quiet at night.
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... trek over there... just to find out that the house consisted of two rooms and that Beethoven may not have resided there after all.
Well, at least we made it.
After that, we went home to take a much needed nap and prepare for going out at night; we ended up at another dance club that Andrew picked out near the Prater. It was definitely a good evening.