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DAY 25 TUE I had bought our rail tickets to Vienna and reserved our seats yesterday so we wouldn't be in a rush to catch the train at 9.30a.m. I needn't have bothered as our train was twenty five minutes late. An apologetic Austrian rail official announced that the train had been delayed due to a holdup in "German territory" (his words). Blame the …
... at 1145; nice timing. Got through Bratislava before taking a slash and heading down to the pick up point.
Taxi chap by at 1230 for the less than 20M trip to the airport on highway 8. He said usually the season is pretty much over now but it has been a busy year and people are tired. I told him you can't have both rest and more money 200 CK.
Check in was fine, Chinese tourists repacking their main luggage doing God knows what. After checking in--and getting Aeroplan ...
... cheaper than anything on the menu and sounded pretty Austrian so we all went for it. However, it was just actually breaded chicken and chips!
After dinner the three of us went to the hostel bar to use their welcome drink vouchers. Wehad such a good laugh – if only the Claires had arrived earlier! I might have enjoyed Vienna more if they had. We got chatting to these three lads who were mates from Cambridge uni – they ...
... the buildings rather than just looking at them guessing which building it is. Our tour also included a visit to Schloss Schonbrunn Castle which was the Hapsburg’s (Austro-Hungarian royalty) summer palace. The tour started in about an hour and a half so we decided to have a coffee (iced coffee for me) and slice of chocolate cake at a café recommended by Lonely Planet (the café just happened to be near where we were, so we popped in).
On our way to get our ...
... about anything you can imagine in summer. Maybe one day!
We spent a few days here and had a blast riding bikes around the countryside visiting old palaces, eating traditional Austrian food and of course drinking beer. We also explored the Salzburg fortress which was home to the Prince-Archbishops of Salzburg and acted as their final defence from aggressive neighbours and peasant uprisings but was sadly surrendered to the French in the 19 ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Pension Suzanne Vienna
Good location, nothing more
We stayed in a triple with kitchenette for 139 euros in December. Since absolutely everything is expensive in Vienna this is probably not a bad price for a very good location. Other than location it is dismal. The room was very small for 3. It was located in a separate building that houses apartments ... of the Soviet-style. The furnishings are shabby. Breakfast required descending in an elevator to the ground level, crossing a parking lot to the other building, walking up a flight. It was the usual bread, jam, cheese, ham, etc. Since you can stay almost anywhere in the Inner City and walk everyplace within its bounds, the location may not be worth what you give up in comfort. Vienna is such a beautiful city that you won't spend much time in your room but I think I would be a bit choosier next time.
Pension with style!
Pension Suzanne was one of the best pensions I've stayed in. It is family-run and is well taken cared of. The owners are very helpful and breakfast is always such a delight - with cheese out of the ordinary. The beds and pillows are comfortable and the bathrooms are clean. The location is perfect, a few meters away from the opera house just off the Karntner Strabbe. Since rooms are not air-conditioned, ask for a room not facing the street.
Just back from Vienna. We enjoyed 4 day stay here with family. Had a wonderful roomy apt. that faced the street. Nice modern bathroom and clean.
There isn't a better location at this price. You don't need the Vienna card if you stay here. Easy walks everywhere, although transportation is just around the corner.
We found the breakfast to be good and loved the little ice machine. Staff helpful, some language difficulties, but we did fine. They stored our bags for the last day and ordered our cab for airport. We came at our appointed time, cab was waiting, grabbed our bags and off we went.
We had no complaints at all.
Good location but less than fancy
Across the road from the Opera House, this Pension is right in the heart of the sights. Our room had separate bathroom, shower room and kitchenette. The toilet was.....interesting! The room itself was OK but the surrounding Pension was marginal. The breakfast is barely worth the effort.
Very Nice Place in Great Location
We stayed at Suzanne in June 2004. Found it on the web (this web site). Location is fabulous -- half-a-block away from the Opera and Kurstnerstrasse. Hotel staff speaks passable English and is trying to be very helpful - they booked boat on Danube for us and they stored our luggage for the few days while we were out traveling around. They serve nice breakfast in the morning (was included in our room rate). They prefer to be paid in cash though reservation is secured using credit card.
I would definitely recommend it.
Nice place, super location
Had a very pleasant stay here. Location is fabulous - opera is down the block, and the entire Hofberg complex is a five minute walk; the Kunsthistorisches (Art History) Museum, and the Naturhistorisches (Natural History) Museums are not much further. Very firendly, helpful staff throughout. Pension is located in an apartment building on the 1st (not ground) floor, which makes you "feel" a littly less touristy, but the room was very nice, bed was super comfortable, and there was very little street noise. Especially given the reasonable price, I don't know how you could do better in Vienna. The only thing I found bothersome was the huge Starbucks on the nearest corner - why do we US folks have to try to export a coffee chain into one of the greatest coffee cities in the world?
Location, location, location!
This B&B was a great find. A friend and I stayed here for a long weekend at the end of September and I was happy that we choose this place, based on the reviews here on Trip Advisor. The room cost 90 euros per night, continental breakfast included. The layout is a bit strange, as it is situated in an rather non-descript office building, but the front desk area was cosy and bustling and the room was more than adequate for the price. A very nice feature is that that rooms appear to be grouped in threes and you walk through the door from the hallway of the building into a small sitting area that is for the three rooms. You go from sterile office building into this cozy area decorated in warm colors in the Viennese style and it makes a rather nice, welcoming transition. No view, but not a problem as we didnt expect one for the price. There was a nice big window that opened, great for ventilation. The staff was warm and helpful and arranged for a taxi at a discounted rate to take us back to the airport, which was a great help. The taxi rank though is basically around the corner so it was really convenient as well. The room was a twin - the beds were a bit close together but it wasn't a problem for us. Plenty of closet space, a small table and two chairs and bright clean bathroom (though the toilet was a bit strange!). The breakfast was basically coffee and a selection of lovely breads. The second morning we were there they had started to run out of the breads, although there was plenty for needs.
The staffer who has serving us apologized and ran out for more! The location could not be beat. We walked every where and didn't even think about using any form of transport. Half a block from the opera house, half a block from the main pedestrianized street, right in the middle of it all. You are also less than a block from the Hotel Sacher. So we ended one of the nights in the hotel bar (really nice, great service) and trundled back to sleep in our much less expensive hotel. Perfect situation. If you are looking for location more than luxury, I would not hesitate to recommend this B&B.
Great coffee and staff
The Pension Suzanne was ideally located for us since we were interested in walking tours in the heart of Wien. We arrived with a car rental, and the management arranged for parking in front of the hotel. There is a friendly atmosphere at the hotel, which is indicative of the small staff and family owned operation. The housekeeping staff is excellent and very accomodating. I had a large laundry load which I needed to be done overnight, and it was presented to me by eight in the morning as I walked out of my room to go to breakfast. The coffee is the best I had in Austria. The rooms were imacculate and the bedding crisply prepared. The only thing lacking at this hotel is a busy lobby, but you don't have to pay for it.
Decent hotel for the price.
We stayed at this hotel in May 2003. The room is spacious but the bathroom is a bit basic. Breakfast consisted of eggs and various bread/pastries. One of us had a room next to the breakfast room so it was a noisy in the morning. We had a room on the other side of the 2nd floor which was okay. The location near the Opera House is good and the price is decent for Vienna. The only drawback is that there is no one on duty after 10 pm.
Only 1/2 block from the Opera houseand U bahn--we walked everywhere (except Schoenbrunn) with ease. A breakfast is included with the room rate,a very reasonable 87 euro(dbl), and consisted of breads/croissants, jams and other spreads, juice, coffee or tea and an egg- cereal on request. Breakfast from 7-1030a. Very elegant dining area, nicely appointed rooms, (although ours was small) and comfortable beds. We were on the 2nd floor, and there was a lift. We felt safe in the neighborhood with lots of foot traffic on all the streets until late. The staff was professional, willing to help with any questions and friendly. A hairdryer was provided and I also noticed umbrellas were available in the office as well as maps and other literature. Our room faced the inner courtyard..some workmen were installing windows on the building across the way--they began early(7a), but maybe not any worse than being on the street side(?) We heard no complaints, and overall had a wonderful stay. The location was perfect for us, and we would recommend this to anyone visiting Vienna!