Hotel Rathaus Wein & Design

Address: Lange Gasse 13, Vienna, Vienna, 1080, Austria | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Neubau area of Vienna, is near Parlament, Wiener Residenzorchester Veranstaltungs GmbH, Volkstheater, and Marionetten Theater Schlop Sch nbrunn.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Rathaus Wein & Design Vienna

    This place is great! Loved thge rooms and the breakfast!

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    This hotel is located in an old building, but it is thoroughly modern on the inside. Very sleek rooms, great shower, cool lighting. The employees are also very helpful. But the Breakfast!!! What a feast!!! 5 or 6 pates, numerous cheeses, meats, spreads, jams and jellies, yogurts, fruits, breads and pastries. Lots of nuts and seeds too, and many, many juices. Great coffee as well. I never ate lunch!

    Personal, Zimmer, Frühstück waren toll!!

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    Liebe Leser! Mein Aufenthalt in diesem Hotel war sehr schön. Personal ist TOLL, sehr freundlich auf aufrichtige Art; man bekommt Hilfe mit Reservierungen für die Oper, guten Rat zu Restaurants etc. Das Frühstück ist sehr sehr gut, Marmelade, Orangenmarmelade, verschiedene Arten Joghurt, Brot, viel Obst, verschiedene Obstsäfte, Eier, Fisch, Prosciutto, Breasola, 5 Arten Käse, alles was man braucht, um sein Frühstück in aller Ruhe für eine Stunde oder länger zu genießen! Zimmer war ziemlich groß und sauber, Bett bequem. Weinbar war auch gut. Außerdem gibt es einen Computeranschluss in der Lobby, so dass man seine Emails abrufen kann. Mein Zimmer hatte eine separate Toilette, während das Waschbecken mit Handtüchern für die Dusche sich offen im Zimmer befand, was ich vorher noch nie gesehen hatte. Sah aber gut aus. Vielen Dank für den schönen Aufenthalt! Stefan

    Fantastisch!

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    Ich war vom 28. - 31. Mai 2005 für 3 Nächte im Rathaus Wein & Design. Klein, 33 Zimmer, Themenhotel rund um das Thema Wein mit großen, modernen Zimmern in sehr schönem Design. Großer Duschraum und Kosmetikecke (keine Wanne). Das Frühstück war das beste, was ich je - irgendwo - gesehen habe! Büffet mit über 100 Speisen, Käse, Joghurt in allen Geschmacksrichtungen, Nüssen, Obst, verschiedenen Brotsorten, Pickles, um nur einiges zu nennen. Sogar ca. 20 verschiedene Teesorten. Die Hotelangestellten waren immer hilfsbereit und voller guter Ratschläge zu lokalen Attraktionen, Restaurants und Musikveranstaltungen, und waren jederzeit bereit, sich die Zeit zu nehmen, um für uns telefonische Anfragen vornzunehmen. Die Lage ist ruhig und zum Bummeln sehr sicher. Es gibt eine tolle Tapas Bar namens Side Step in der Nähe und einige andere freundliche Lokale. Zur Ringstraße sind es zu Fuß 15 Minuten, oder man nimmt sich ein Taxi. Dieses Hotel hat den einwandfreien Standard, wie er von bekannten, internationalen Marken versprochen wird, veredelt durch den Charme eines einzigartigen Unternehmens. Ein ganz besonderes Hotel.

    The best hotel we hve ever stayed in

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    We stayed at this lovely hotel with other family members and friends on the occaision of our daughters wedding.. We all loved everything about this place. The service was unwaveringly friendly and efficient, the rooms were warm and comfortable and quiet, but best of all was the incredible breakfast buffet. Not only was the selection beyond belief, but the staff kept it available until the last member of our party came down for breakfast. We cannot recommend this hotel strongly enough.

    Sehr charmant, sehr wienerisch

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    Das Rathaus Wein & Design im beliebten achten Bezirk (Josefstadt) ist ein Geheimtipp und bleibt es hoffentlich noch ein Weile. Nur 33 liebevoll eingerichtete, geschmackvolle und vor allem großzügige Zimmer, die alle einem österreichischen Winzer gewidmet sind. Das Gebäude selbst ist ein Wiener Wohnhaus aus der Biedermeier-Zeit, in das ein modernes Boutiquehotel samt kleinem Garten im "Innenhof" integriert wurde.

    DIe ZImmer bieten eine effektvolle und stimmungsbringende Beleuchtung sowie eine riesige Dusche mit Regenwasser-Duschkopf, in der man glatt zu viert duschen könnte!

    In der Weinbar werden neben ausgezeichneten österreichischen Weinen und leckeren Schmankerln auch ein sehr üppiges Frühstück serviert, das keine Wünsche offen lässt.

    Gleiches gilt für das Personal, das stehts charmant, hilfsbereit und zuvorkommend, aber auch ganz diskret, alle positiven Vorurteile Wiens erfüllt. Das Preis-/Leistungsverhältnis ist für Wiener Verhältnisse gut bis sehr gut.

    Die Lage ist ideal für Wien-Entdecker, in der Nähe gibt es die Straßenbahnlinie J, die zum Operring und Karlsplatz fährt, die U-Bahn (Rathaus) und eine Parkgarage, die mit 14 Euro für einen Tag relativ günstig ist. Zwei Supermärkte und jede Menge tolle Geschäfte, Restaurants und Beiseln wollen entdeckt werden. Hier war ich bestimmt nicht zum letzten Mal!

    Staff, room, breakfast was great!!

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    Dear all

    I had a very nice stay at this hotel. Staff is GREAT very friendly in a genuine way, you can get help with reservation to Opera, nice advise about restaurants. The breakfast is really, really nice, jam, marmelade, different yoghurt, bread, a lot of fruit, different juices, eggs, fish, prosciutto, breasola, 5 types of cheese everything you need to have a lazy breakfast for an hour or so! Room was quite big, clean and bed was comfortable. Winebar was also good. They also have a computer terminal in the lobby so you can check your e-mail. My room had a seperate toilet and the sink with towels for the shower was in the room open which i have never seen before. Looked nice though.

    Thank you for a nice stay!

    Stefan

    A fanastic boutique hotel, very friendly.

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    I have just returned from a trip to Vienna last weekend and have to say what a great find.

    I myself work in travel as a business travel consultant, but still use sites like this one to find the right hotel.

    It was a very warm welcome at the hotel. The hotel is off a quiet street, but easily reached from the airport by the 'CAT' train and then a few stops on the U3 underground and then a short stroll from here. All very clean and efficient and good value.

    The rooms in the hotel are of a very generous size, and you would not find the same if you choose a Marriott or Radisson Hotel or similar in most other cities.

    The hotel was of a very modern, boutique style, but very warming at the same time. The shower was amazing, the one at home now just isn't the same! The flat screen TV was a nice touch. Everything provided was of good quality.

    The breakfast was excellent, and is taken in the bar every morning, there is a good choice and very healthy options, and I did notice they also provide for diabetics with special jams etc.

    The hotel is only a short 10-15 mintue walk to the centre of town, St. Stephen's Cathedral, and only a short walk the Hofburg palace. Or you can take the subway a couple of stops, but we found walking was the best way to take in the beautiful buildings in this city. Even making a left turn out of the hotel takes you to some local shops and cafes (and a small supermarket on the corner)

    The attention to detail is excellent and the staff are all polite and courtious and will help you with any information and directions. You can even buy your subway tickets from them! And they can recommend some good coffee houses to visit...

    Thank you Rathaus Wien & Design for a very enjoyable stay!

    Great Find

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    Travelled to Vienna for the first time. Used Trip Advisor to find hotels, as everything was booked solid due to Mozart's birthday celebs. Stumbled across this one, so pleased we did. Welcoming from the moment we walked through the door. Contemporary design but still cosy and the rooms very well laid out. Best shower ever (like tropical rainstorm)! Massive wine list for that early evening snifter or late evening nightcap. Reception staff unbelievable, booking everything for us i.e. opera, restaurants, taxis. You name it nothing was too much trouble. Never managed to get up in time for breakfast but looked incredible. Only 15 minute walk into city centre passing some of the most amazing architecture on the way. Would certainly return should we re-visit this wonderful city. Thank you all at Rathaus

    A Real Find

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    This is a lovely quiet boutique hotel just 5 minutes' walk away from the Museum Quater. Rooms are generous in size and tastefully fitted out with flat-screen TV, nice toiletries and a very comfortable bed. Staff are discreet and friendly. Best of all is the price, absolutely reasonable for what you get.

    Fantastic!

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    Stayed in the Rathaus Wien & Design for 3 nights from 28- 31 May 05. Small, 33 room, Winemaking themed hotel, with large beautifully designed modern rooms. Large shower room and vanity corner (no bath). Breakfast was the best I have seen on offer ever! anywhere! Buffet with over 100 items, cheeses, flavoured yoghurts, nuts, fruit, various breads, pickles to name but a few. Even approx 20 types of teas. The staff were invariably helpful with advice on local attractions, restaurants and musical events and were willing to take time to make phone enquiries for us at any time. The location is quiet, very safe to stroll around. There is a great tapas bar called Side Step, nearby among some other local friendly establishments.

    You can walk to Ringstrasse 15mins., or take a short taxi ride. This hotel has the impeccable standards promised by the well known international brands, enhanced by a charm of a unique establishment. A special hotel.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Rathaus Wein & Design Vienna

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