I had booked a twin room for my friend and I but when we arrived we had been given a double room. There were no twin rooms vacant in the main hotel so we were offered a room in their extension across the road. It was a small room but adequate for our short stay. There was tea/coffee making facilities. We did not have breakfast in the hotel as we thought the price was too expensive. Their were plenty of cafes near by offering breakfast/ meals.
Traveller from England
Hotel Nestroy sits on a quiet street, a 15-minute walk from the Prater amusement park with its giant Ferris wheel …More
"Nice hotel, its service and decoration are incredi"
They upgrade our booking to the main suit. We had the best experience as a couple. The hotel is beautiful, its food service and its customer service is 5/5. Definitely, we will come back to have an amazing romantic experience there.
Traveller from London
Located in Leopoldstadt, this romantic hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Johann-Strauss-Museum and Riesenrad. Wiener Prater …More
great location, very close to train, in and out from airport and main tourist areas. the hotel is very old but renovated. the only problem was the keys to the room key. really hard to open and always seemed that someone was trying to open our door but it was our neighboors. the rooms arnt very sound proof and can hear everything. the people at the fron desk were very very nice, especially an older gentleman during the late shift, but cleaning wasn't great, never cleaned the sheets while we were there and didn't seemed very clean when we got everyday
Traveller from califronia
Located in Leopoldstadt, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Johann-Strauss-Museum and Riesenrad. Wiener Prater and …More
We were only there 1 night but hotel was clean but next to rail station and since no ac in room needed to leave window opened somewhat which train running every 15-20 minutes got rather loud so had to close window and room heated up
Located in Leopoldstadt, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Johann-Strauss-Museum and Riesenrad. Wiener Prater and …More
Squeezed onto an elongated island between the Danube Canal and the main river channel, Leopoldstadt was the centre of Vienna’s Jewish community from the early 17th century until the Holocaust. The Strauss, Freud, and Mahler families all had homes here at various times. Most visitors flock to the Prater funfair, which has a Riesenrad (large ferris wheel).