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, Lugner City, Stadthalle, 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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      Quick visit to Vienna.

      A travel blog entry by oldbag on Oct 29, 2014

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      ... are joined with contemporary museum architecture

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      Our furthest point in our holiday

      A travel blog entry by tb1954 on Sep 23, 2014

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      ... year.

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      Vienna to Prague

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      Catchup time!!

      A travel blog entry by eddyakko on Jul 14, 2014

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      Schonbrunn Palace and Peterskirche, Vienna

      A travel blog entry by marguerite_b on Jun 19, 2014

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      ... out in glorious colour. The Neptune fountain and the imposing Gloriette which looks like a Roman ruin and designed to glorify the Habsberg's power, stands directly opposite the Palace.

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