Fleming's Hotel Wien-Westbahnhof
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Fleming's Hotel Wien-Westbahnhof Vienna
Travel Blogs from Vienna
... stopped and sampled another Vienna specialty- goulash- was pretty tasty but reminded me a bit of Mongolian cuisine.. clearly mixed reviews.
After lunch we hit the Imperial Crypt- right up my alley! The coffins (is that the right word? Or is it literally crypts?) were amazing! So much is put into them- they are really stunning especially when they are right next to each other. The most famous one was obviously ...
... t worry mum - it was just the Aussie bogan "oh my god" - nothing too potty mouthed. But it was so beautiful, I have never seen anything like it in a church. Despite all the people, it had the most peaceful atmosphere, and there were several sections set up for worship and lighting candles which people were filling and using despite all the tourists strolling through. I am so glad I ventured there. It was beautiful. By the time I finished at the cathedral through, ...
... Coral and Will who were on a walking tour with other travellers from their APT cruise boat, the 'Alma Verde'.
At 17:30 we boarded an airport bus to go to pick up our rental vehicle from Europcar at the airport. We collected a Polo ready for our travels through Austria and Germany.
... reign of Maria Theresa and the neo-Rococco style adopted by Emperor Franz Joseph (1848-1916).
The rooms were over the top in terms of elaborate design - impressive Bohemian crystal chandeliers, exotic wood furniture, gold leaf carved chairs and tables, oriental lacquered cabinets, silk damask wall coverings with the Royal pineapple pattern and of course huge cream-coloured ceramic heaters where servants used passages between the walls to stoke the heater. Not quite as ...
... br> We walked there for the better part of an hour and when we arrived we were kind of shocked to see how large it was and how few people were there. After being at Movie world and Dream world you expect to line up for at least half an hour for any ride even the boring ones. Prater park was the exact opposite. There were still people on most rides but you would buy a ticket and walk straight on to the ride. The safety precautions are minimal to none and they barely even check if ...