Mariahilferstrasse, Vienna's busiest commercial boulevard and one of my favourite choices for residing whilst staying in Vienna, is home to this stylish and spacious choice of abode. This address is close enough to the main railway and underground station, Westbahnhof, to walk to. Zieglergasse, the nearest tube stop is a minute from here.
As a practical, but messy, person myself, I love hotels that give you lots of surfaces to cover with “stuff” within minutes of arriving. This explains one of the reasons I like this hotel. I've got space to spread out... Suites at NH Attersee are smooth lined, well serviced and the layout is very sensible. Accommodation is stylishly furnished with either light and dark wood floors or carpet, light-coloured furnishings and air-conditioning that works well. Larger suites have a separate living room with a bar/kitchenette area fitted with a microwave. Bathrooms are well equipped, spotless and toiletries are from Agua de la Tierra. Another practical point: most rooms have separate toilets.
The reception has a small seating area.
Eating and drinking
The 6th floor restaurant offers a full hearty breakfast buffet with plenty of hot dishes, from 6.30 till 11am, and a wonderful rooftop view to boot.
A spa, fitted with a sauna and fitness equipment, is available free of charge for guests.
The young and friendly staff members speak fluent English and are eager to help.
Who stays there
Business travellers, leisure travellers and small groups and travellers wanting to spend more time in Vienna.
There are good deals on offer for staying more than just one night.
- Business travellers
- First-time travellers
- Design and architecture
Pros & Cons
- Easy access to public transport
- Very spacious accommodation
- It's on a busy shopping street
- The surrounding area can get noisy