Andel’s is located in a slightly scruffy neighbourhood in the eastern part of the city, close to [node:169109]. Trains, trams and buses all stop close by but it is a little far from the centre.
The 557 retro-modern looking bedrooms are on the small side, and those facing the street are quite noisy – ask for a patio facing room. All rooms feature air conditioning, flat-screen televisions, DVD libraries, internet access, minibars and safes. Bathrooms are spacious and well-lit, with large showers. Specific rooms are set aside for women and people with disabilities or allergies. Rooms on the executive floor feature separate lounges and 24-hour service.
The hotel has a large, bright white-marble lobby. The 3,800-square metre conference facility also features lots of natural light. Internet access is free around the lobby.
Eating and drinking
A breakfast buffet is included in rates and includes a wide selection of items. Fine dining is available at the a.choice restaurant, where the walk-in wine storage room holds all the fine wines listed in The Austrian Wines, Vienna International Hotel and Resorts book. The top-floor Sky Café and Sky Bar offer city views and light international cuisine. There is also a brasserie next to the lobby, serving snacks and items from the in-house patisserie.
The 550-square metre spa area has a fitness studio, whirlpool, sauna, steambath and several treatment rooms.
Friendly, but could be more attentive.
Who stays there
Good for business travellers and design-hotel lovers.
Underground parking costs 10 euros per day.
- Culture vultures
Pros & Cons
- Stylish decor
- Good facilities
- Rooms are small
- Outside of centre