Lucia Hotel

Address: Huetteldorferstrasse 79, Vienna, Vienna, 1150, Austria | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Nibelungen-Viertel area of Vienna, is near Raimund Theater, Stadthalle, Lugner City, and Reed Messe Wien Congress Center.
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    This hotel is a brilliant price in vienna. The city is expensive, but this hotel provides a top class stay in a modern large room, great beds, and well above average bathroom for a below average price. The only slightly down point is it is not in walking distance to the major tourist attractions, but it is 3 mins walks from the underground which will take you in to the major sights in less than 10 mins. All in all, brilliant stay, and such friendly helpful staff. we loved it.

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    Travel Blogs from Vienna

    Vienna and Bratislava

    A travel blog entry by trevorrose on May 02, 2015

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    ... to a castle on top of hill close to the old city, and after a stop there to gather up another guide we drove down into the Baroque township. The views from the castle across the Danube were great and we could clearly see all the old communist built accommodation towers and some old factories. It was a sign of the more modern era to see half a dozen river cruisers tied up at the wharf - their passengers enjoying tours and spare time in the city.
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    A week in Vienna

    A travel blog entry by copitsweet on Oct 11, 2014

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    ... people, building is going on and it was not all that long ago that the nation went through turmoil. Along the river there were numerous fishing huts with nets in front. Looked very interesting and got some photos. Lots of traffic on the river, got back to Hotel then out to a beer stube for a great dinner and beer, another fantastic day done. Today got up and went into the city and visited the art gallery Albertina and saw some Monet ...

    A Day Just Right

    A travel blog entry by lindakhaas on Sep 16, 2014

    39 photos

    ... up the stairs to the top of the dome where we could see out the windows and down to the floor. It was a long way down. We were all glad to get our feet on solid ground again.

    From Karlskirche we went to Belvedere Palace built by Prince Eugene of Savoy who conquered the Ottomans and became very rich in the process. He was French, but short and ugly, and so he was considered not suitable to serve the king of France. He offered his ...

    Vienna, Austria

    A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on Aug 09, 2014

    26 photos

    ... nearly 850 years prior to its dissolution at the end of WW1. It is interesting to consider that these enormous public structures carry with them substantial maintenance costs, but the overall wealth of the country seem to make this a trivial concern.
    A very short history of the various kingdoms in Europe follows. The Roman Empire collapsed in 476 AD, which is essentially when the Middle Ages began, and ran through 1492. During the Middle Ages, the ...

    Best Slumber Party Ever

    A travel blog entry by jakobetz on May 28, 2014

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    ... entire cruise. Even with the clouds and rain it didn't fail to impress. Passing wineries, it seemed obvious that we should have wine while sailing. We had gotten a late start, so saw little of Krems, other than the walk from the dock to the train station, which was much longer than Rick Steves had led us to believe. A little nap on the train and then pizza at one of our local restaurants.

    We took a trip to IKEA Monday morning, so I ...