Lucia Hotel

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, Reed Messe Wien Congress Center, and Stadthalle.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Lucia Hotel Vienna

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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

    What a city!

    A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Aug 20, 2014

    5 photos

    ... Vienna knocked down its city walls (well after the Turks had been defeated) and the city expanded, unlike many other cities whose historical centres are contained. The narrow labrynth of streets characteristic of many ancient cities are also absent. Parks, gardens, pedestrian plazas plus the Danube and its canals give the city a sense of space. The absence of high rise buildings within the central area and the wide streets also contribute to this sense ...

    Our Viennese Whirl

    A travel blog entry by wendalex on Jul 07, 2014

    1 comment, 40 photos

    ... cultural and musical heritage attracts around 5 million tourists every year, and the city plays host to numerous conventions and international organizations including the UN. The entire city centre has even been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site! During our short stay, we also visited the Votive Church (which bizarrely enough was the result of a failed assassination attempt on Emperor Franz Joseph in the 19th Century) and St Stephen's Cathedral, famed for ...

    Vienna

    A travel blog entry by europe50 on May 24, 2014

    13 photos

    ... is about half the height of the first, covered with a cap. The mosaic tiled roof is lovely.

    I went to see the Wiener Royal Orchester perform a Mozart and Strauss Konzerte in the Imperial Hall Vienna, at Beethovenplatz. Besides the orchestra, there was some opera singing and ballet performances. The musicians really seemed like they were enjoying themselves and the performance was quite ...

    Waltzing through Vienna

    A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Jan 25, 2014

    2 comments

    ... for somebody in particular. We shrugged our shoulders and kept our heads down, and never found out what exactly was going on.

    Several hours of bucolic, snowy Hungarian countryside later, we pulled into the Viennese Westbahnhof. It didn’t take us long to find our hostel, and formulate an action plan: it was lunch time. To be more precise, it was cake time. I suggested the Hotel Sacher, and we set off, reaching the café some 40 minutes later due to the ...

    Would you like a plate with that schnitzel?

    A travel blog entry by sarahs-trips on Jan 16, 2014

    1 comment, 36 photos

    ... stay in Vienna there were no scheduled performances, so we attended the practise session instead. The horses were beautiful, but watching them trot around for 2 hours got boring pretty fast. We waited around in hopes that the next group would be more interesting, but that never happened. After we left the horse training, we walked up to the Opera House, along the way we stopped to do some shopping. Not interested in a tour of the Opera House we continued ...