".. just one officer to do everything.. and if u would like to ask a question or get a towel you should wait in a queue for around 15 min. By the way: you should pay for getting a towel hahhahaha. Also if u beg this only one officer to repeat what he'd said for example .. he will be nervous hahaha. ..."
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By choosing a hostel, you can reduce your spending on lodging and use more of your trip funds for fun things to do during your stay. You can check out this destination’s cultural highlights, such as its museums and art galleries.
No two hostels look the same, but these dorm-style accommodations all offer shared rooms (though many hostels offer private room options too), budget-friendly prices and a social atmosphere.
Ready to book a hostel? These options have the best reviews from our customers and might be a good place to start looking: Wombat’s City Hostel Vienna Naschmarkt - 2-minute walk from Kettenbruckengasse U-Bahn for easy access to public transport. Property features include free WiFi, a bar and a shared/communal kitchen. Rooms come with showers, lockers and linens. JO&JOE Vienna - 2-minute walk from Vienna (XWW-Vienna West Train Station) for easy access to public transport. Property features include free WiFi, a restaurant and 2 bars/lounges. You’ll find showers, lockers and linens in all rooms. A&t Holiday Hostel Wien - Close to public transport, this property is within a 10-minute walk of Reumannplatz U-Bahn and Troststraße Station. Property features include free WiFi, a bar and a 24-hour front desk. You’ll find showers, free toiletries and desks in all rooms. Vienna Hostel Ruthensteiner - Close to public transport, this property is within a 10-minute walk of Gumpendorfer Street U-Bahn and Vienna West U-Bahn. You can take advantage of free WiFi and a bar, as well as tour/ticket assistance. Rooms come with towels, free toiletries and linens. St Christopher’s Vienna - 2-minute walk from Keplerplatz U-Bahn for easy access to public transport. Guests can enjoy free WiFi, a restaurant and a bar. You’ll find showers and linens in all rooms.
If you’re searching for somewhere affordable to stay in Vienna, one of Expedia’s 13 hostels could be a great option for you.
Good weather’s definitely a plus when you want to venture out and explore, so here’s a little information about the local climate: The hottest months are usually July and August, with an average temperature of 18°C, while the coldest months are January and February, with an average of 1°C. Average annual precipitation for Vienna is 660 mm.
Overall, Vienna is known for its museums, art and monuments. Major attractions include St. Stephen’s Cathedral, Vienna State Opera and Spanish Riding School. Get out into nature with places such as Wiener Prater, Rathausplatz and Viennese City Park. Cultural attractions include Stephansplatz, Albertina and Belvedere.
Keep this information about transit options in and around Vienna in your back pocket to make the most of your stay: You can search for flights to the nearest airport, which is Vienna International Airport (VIE), 10.4 mi (16.7 km) away. An alternative is Bratislava (BTS-M.R.Stefanika), situated 38.6 mi (62.1 km) away. After you’ve arrived, you may want to use public transport to get around. Take advantage of metro transport at Schottentor U-Bahn, Herrengasse U-Bahn and Schottenring U-Bahn. To see more of the surrounding area, hop on a train at Vienna Franz-Josefs-Station, Wien Mitte Station or Vienna Praterstern Station.
expedia verified reviews
"Really lovely hotel right on the waterfront with a pool and loungers outside for guests to enjoy, as well as very good workout facilities and hot tub on the 7th floor. The restaurant facilities looked very nice but we didn’t try them.
The front desk staff were extremely polite and accommodating and let us check in early after a long journey on the night train. The rooms were extremely spacious, comfortable beds and great bathroom. The only thing that wasn’t great was the air conditioning. Like many European hotels we have come across, it worked but never really kept the room cool enough. A neat thing about it was that when you opened a window, the air con automatically stopped and came back on when the window was closed - cool!
All in all a very pleasant experience in a beautiful venue on the river. "
A verified traveller stayed at Hilton Vienna Danube Waterfront
"The property is large and modern.Italian bar where you can do aperitivo.The staff is very polite and very nice!The only thing-one consierge advised me a new train site where I bought a tickets to Salzburg,but another consierge didn’t ask me which train station should I go(I didn’t know there were two train stations)and sent me to the wrong one,so I took a wrong train.Anyway it stopped in Salzburg,but I was nervous that I get a surcharge.Also the shower in my room was broken and it lost water."
A verified traveller stayed at The Ritz-Carlton, Vienna