Villa Gutenbrunn

Address: Rollettgasse 6, Baden, Lower Austria, 2500, Austria | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Rollettgasse 6, Baden, is near Seegrotte Hinterbruhl, Schallaburg, and Palais P. lffy.
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    Travel Blogs from Baden

    Ohhhhh Vienna

    A travel blog entry by birteuk on Jul 15, 2015

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... spreads such as Verhackertes, which I think is great. But then again I am German and we eat weird things, too. As desert I had Mirellen (apricot) and After Eight ice cream, before heading to Stephans Dom for some late sight seeing. I ended up at the wrong underground station as I did a wrong turn but who cares. I did get there. But as it was still really busy and there were too many selfie sticks, I escaped and this is how I ended up by the canal in the sun. I was going to see the ...

    Day in vienna

    A travel blog entry by jowinfield on May 28, 2015

    6 photos

    ... was nice. We went back to the hotel and got ready for our evening out, a dinner at Auerberg Palace followed by a concert. The palace was the summer palace for the main allies/friends of the Hapsburgs and was connected to Schronbrunn Palace by a tunnel to be used by horse and carriage if necessary in case enemies stormed the Schronbrunn. The room where we had dinner was the room where Mozart, age 6, performed his first concert in front of the Empress Maria. Theresa. According to ...

    Day 5: A day in Vienna

    A travel blog entry by kkma1387 on Mar 30, 2015

    13 photos

    ... bombs. The three towers on Augarten, Siftskaserne and Arenberg Park had such thick walls and deep foundations they were indestructible. A starkly brutal, yet beautiful nod to the dark side of Vienna's recent history. Beyond the towers we entered the Praterstern, potentially a more cheerful region, akin to the pleasure gardens of Victorian London where there have been fairgrounds since the early 1800s. Viennese people would flock to the Praterstern in summer time to ride ...

    Tourist morning then free afternoon in Vienna

    A travel blog entry by snitzel63 on Sep 29, 2014

    15 photos

    ... front of Palace and the back garden area. Couldn't take photos of the inside but saw the rooms of the 1st floor where they lived whilst there and the amazing decorations. Absolutely unbelievable that people lived in these mansions (with entries big enough for their horses and carriages to walk through). After this visit we did a drive around of the inner city itself and drove past an opera house ...

    Not enough time in Vienna

    A travel blog entry by katykerr on Aug 07, 2014

    2 comments, 19 photos

    Robbie and I only had a 1.5 days in Vienna and it just wasn't enough! This was a beautifully structured city had a delightful surprise around every corner. We arrived after a very interesting train trip with two Spanish woman who wouldn't get out of our seats! Just to paint the picture Robbie and I had booked this trip waaaaaaay in advance, and Robbie being the polite gentleman that he is let the ladies (in their 40s) ...