If you like walking it’s either a 30-minute walk to the centre of the city or a short five-minute walk to the underground station Kagran (U1) to Stephansplatz. The hotel is very close to the part of the Danube that forms a lake in the quietest and lowest part of the city. Boating, bathing, cycling, jogging are all possible at the end of the street. The famous Prater Park funfair, home to the big wheel, is easily reached by the same underground line.
No two rooms are alike. All are individually styled with a mixture of soft, exotic eastern textiles. Accommodation is light and airy, clean and very pleasantly furnished.
The garden and porch, accessible from the breakfast room, add a countryside touch. And there is a very intimate and relaxing atmosphere throughout.
Eating and drinking
The owner makes a very substantial buffet breakfast every day, consisting of lots of goodies: fresh fruit, spreads, homemade jams and muesli, egg dishes and an assorted cheese platter. This is included in the room rate. No other meals are provided.
At the end of the street there's one of the largest recreational areas in Vienna awaiting discovery. If the weather is good and it’s summertime enjoy a swim in the lake.
Staff are friendly, very personal and efficient. The very knowledgeable lady of the house speaks excellent English.
Who stays there
Guests include families, young travellers, individualists, nature lovers and leisure travellers.
- Families with teenagers
- Families with younger children
- Sporty types
- No fuss
- Chilling out
- Nature / wildlife
Pros & Cons
- Peaceful surroundings
- Easy access to public transport
- Not centrally located