The Levante Parliament
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Nice design hotel BUT BEWARE
Nicely done Design Hotel BUT BEWARE, the hotel has 79 rooms of which around 20 face a very busy road. If you're lucky enough NOT to get one of these rooms then you'll have a great stay at this hotel - assuming you don't want to use the gym, which currently doesn't exist ("not ready").
We asked to move rooms or get a discount because of the noise but neither request was met - after 3 nights (we had prepaid) we moved to another hotel. There seemed to be a lot of business travellers at this hotel and the woman at reception mentioned the practice of reserving rooms - so the repeat guests probably reserve a room that doesn't front on to the street.
On the gym issue, the hotel has an agreement with a gym about 10 minutes walk away - not quite the same as just wandering downstairs for a quick workout after a hard days sightseeing or business meetings.
My favorite hotel in Vienna
stayed at the Levante twice and was completly happy .The rooms are stylish with comfortable beds and all amenities. Nice rainshower ,flatscreen, complememtary mineral water, bathrobe
no wish left.
had a very delicious breakfast from the lavish buffet and the nice waitresses brought cappucinos as many as I wanted. The restaurant also serves amazing sandwiches.
My favorite hotel in Vienna. one can spend more money on lodging in Vienna but not stay any better
Sytlish & classy
Just back from a quick visit to Vienna, the hotel we had originally booked was overbooked and moved us to the Levante Parliament - what an upgrade ! From the welcome glass of bubbly, to the excellent reception service, to the art gallery feel to the whole place and the fabulous glass exhibits available for sale, this hotel excelled in every way. A great central location and one of the best breakfasts ever ! Great value too, considering we had paid for a much cheaper place....
Excellent, Excellent, Excellent!
We stayed for five days in August at this hotel. Our rooms and the facilities were fantastic, modern and very clean. The food was superb, although evening meals/snacks/refeshments at the hotel were a little pricey. The best breakfast we have ever had whilst on the Continent. The staff were gracious, helpful and very friendly, nothing was too much trouble. They recommended restaurants, visits/trips, booked taxis for us and even loaned us umbrellas! Everyone should have the opportunity to stay at this hotel at least once in their lifetime. As for us - we want to go back again and again and again. It was slightly more expensive than some other local hotels but well worth every penny for the sheer luxury and quality of service. Well done Levante Parliament - we loved you.
* freundlich * hilfsbereit * beste Lage!
Wir, meine Frau und ich, waren nach anfänglicher Problematik (Rollstuhl und Stufen) in diesem Haus sehr willkommen, aufgehoben und versorgt mit:
* sehr zuvorkommendem service ALLER MitarbeiterInnen
* bestem Zimmerservice
* sehr zuvorkommender Information bzl. events in Wien
(DANKE Mr. Michael!)
and last but not least: ask for the brownies - delicious*****
Dringend zu verbessern: Rollstulhlrampe (Schiene o.ä.) zur Kellerebene!)
So > cu next time in Vienna!
We have just returned from a long weekend at the Levante Parliament hotel in Vienna. The hotel is fabulous and with great service. We definitely recommend this hotel. Trendy rooms and a great breakfast.
Nice design hotel with great staff. The rooms are not big but are confortable and clean with nice beds and well apointed bathrooms
Superbe hotel excellent acceuil
Chambres superbes, a deux pas du centre de vienne, cuisine nouvelle mais copieuse et pas très cher, hotel calme sauf pour les chambres en facade et acceuil formidable
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... gives it a good run for its money. We arrive later than planned, by which point coachloads of tourists are being disgorged into the grounds, just as the ticket office’s self-service machines all break down. While I wrestle with the automated nightmare Coman joins a huge snaking queue for the desks, reaching them well ahead of the IT consultant appearing to deal with scores of frustrated tourists voicing their displeasure in a myriad of languages.