Renaissance Wien Hotel

Address: Linke Wienzeile / Ullmannstrasse 71, Vienna, Vienna, 1150, Austria | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Rudolfsheim - Fünfhaus area of Vienna, is near Schonbrunn Palace (Schloss Schonbrunn) and Raimund Theater.
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    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Vienna

    Vienna: City of the Undercover Travel Agents

    A travel blog entry by weir on Mar 31, 2014

    5 photos

    ... to look down into the ruins of an early (ca. 1100 church) uncovered while they were excavating the station. (There was even an older (ca. 800) church below that but you really could not see it very well.) Unlike Slovakia that charges every person who uses a bathroom (very democratic of them), Austria's take on bathroom fees is "standers free, sitters pay." Jan objected but Don was fine with the policy. Actually, Jan said that the half Euro charge included ...

    The Neighborhood

    A travel blog entry by jakobetz on Nov 18, 2013

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... in the bathrooms. We do have an exhaust fan over the stove. Once upon a time there was a heating fireplace in the apartment, perhaps in every room, but that fell into disrepair and had to be removed. And no window screens. Because we don't need them. When we have the windows open, I do worry a little about pigeons (because they're so dumb) or crows (because they're so curious) accidentally flying into the apartment.

    Back to my German homework. Tschus.

    Tulln to Vienna (Wein)

    A travel blog entry by fenwicks on Sep 04, 2013

    6 photos

    ... city. The area we are in is a part of town known as Gasometer, strange Aye. Well, back in 1896 they built 4 big Gasometers to store the gas that they produced, each chamber could hold 90,000 cubic meters. Now that they have changed over to natural gas the structures have had all the gas storage gear removed and the brick shells now house apartments, theatre and shopping malls. The entire centre piece is empty though, the new structure is just ...


    A travel blog entry by olwenjohn on Jul 18, 2013

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... president and museums Imperial Palace Franz Joseph 1st spent all the countries money on flash houses and garden but Joseph the 2nd spent it on welfare looking after the people so it can be seen in the different buildings some ornate some plain The Prater (amusement park) was originally a Forest given to the city by Joseph the 2nd for the people to enjoy the rich would bring their carriages into the ...

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    A nightcap at the Renaissance
    Vienna, Austria