Located in the city centre of Klosterneuburg, this traditional family-run hotel is the ideal base from which to explore the historic
Located in the city centre of Klosterneuburg, this traditional family-run hotel is the ideal base from which to explore the historic city of Vienna, which is just 12 km away. The perfect choice for your holiday or business stay, a bus stop directly in front of the hotel connects you directly to Austriaâ??s capital city, Vienna. Buses leave every 10 minutes and the journey takes only a short time. In the evenings, you can relax in the comfort of this small hotel; enjoy a drink in the cafÃ¨, keep in contact with family friends and colleagues using the free internet connection, or sample traditional Austrian cuisine in the restaurant.
Check in/out Hotel Check-in Time is 1 PM, Check-out Time is 12 AM.
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User rating & reviews
Read about experiences of fellow travellers who have stayed at this hotel.
EXCELLENT 1 reviews
VERY GOOD 7 reviews
AVERAGE 5 reviews
POOR 4 reviews
TERRIBLE 3 reviews
19 May 2018
My reception last night was hearty and friendly, gentleman on reception was very helpful. However, this morning is very different. Stench of cigarettes in the stairs gives away an indoors smoking room. I didn't know this was still legal in Europe!
Breakfast was ... underwhelming. A cold 'selection' of continental option and very limited cereals. No healthy options except the fruit basket and not even toast. Staff were certainly not friendly! Coffee was awful.
Room was clean and generously proportioned for a single, but not looking forward to another night/ morning here
Solo travel Traveller
05 Oct 2017
Very convenient for Vienna
I stayed in this hotel for four nights at the start of a motoring road trip around a fairly large part of Austria. I used this hotel as a base to visit and see the many sights of Vienna for three days. The hotel was very easy to locate and the chap who I saw most during my stay was helpful in allowing me to park my car round the back of the hotel in their own parking lot. I don't know if this is available for everybody who might arrive by car but it was certainly useful as I was able to pop down to the car whenever I needed anything from it.
Overall I was very happy with my stay here. The single room I had was more than adequate. There was plenty of storage space, a desk for my computer gear, the bed was comfortable and bathroom facilities were good. There is free reliable wifi internet access throughout the hotel. There was a good breakfast selection available each morning in the dining room. One slightly odd thing about getting to the dining room from my room on the third floor was that it involved a bit of a hike with various sets of steps and corridors to negotiate. I guess that was simply due to the way the hotel was built. It could be that at some time two buildings have been combined into one. This might be a point worth bearing in mind though if you have mobility problems.
As well as breakfast in the dining room there is a bar and cafe area on the ground floor. I had a couple of good schnitzel meals there during my stay accompanied by very agreeable radler lemon flavoured beer which seems a popular drink in Austria.
To reach Vienna city center from Klosternuberg is quite simple using the local S Bahn train service, the station for which is just a two minute walk away over the other side of the road. Trains run every half hour and you can buy a variety of ticket options from machines on the platforms. For at least two of the days I traveled there were young people on hand in OBB, Austrian Rail, jackets to help with using the machines and give advice. They spoke English with no problem. I would recommend taking the train as far as the Heilgenstadt stop where you can then get onto the extensive underground network that covers the whole city area.
If you do come to the hotel by car one great place to go to get a superb view of Vienna, the Danube and surrounding countryside is the Hohenstrasse road leading to Leopoldsberg. This is just a 15 minute drive just to the south of the hotel. It's easily found on Google Maps. It's a great winding uphill road that eventually leads out to a stunning viewpoint. Well worth the drive.
So all in all to sum up I would have no hesitation in suggesting this hotel if you want to stay slightly away from Vienna itself. By doing so you probably save a fair bit on price but will still easily be able to access all that the great city has to offer. Final opinion is “Recommended”.
20 May 2016
Ants in the room!
I would not recommend staying in this place. There were ants in my room, the furniture, curtains and bed linen were extremely old. Strong smell of smoke everywhere. The cleaning could also be better.
However, there were some good points as well: tasty breakfast, friendly staff. If smoke and ants don't bother you, it might be a place for you.
Friends getaway Traveller
26 Apr 2016
Friendly and comfortable
Spent 3 nights at here, the staff were very friendly. The free breakfast was better than expected and the staff remembered my coffee preference each morning.
My room was on level 2 and was at the front of the building over looking the bus interchange, a busy road and the railway station, but it was very quiet. And being so close to the station made going into Vienna quick and easy.
My room was spacious, clean and comfortable, the only downside was the shower head kept dropping down so needed to be held.
The hotel is just around the corner from the Stift and town centre. The hotel restaurant food is tasty, my only negative was the smoking, and if you're not a dog fan then you may not like the fact dogs are allowed in.
I would definitely stay here again.
Friends getaway Traveller
03 Nov 2014
Very good place to stay if you....
Very good place to stay if you visit the Klosterneuburg monastery. The price is fair, but the cleanness of the hotel is a bit questionable - truly surprising for an overall Austrian experience. The staff is very friendly and helpful, breakfast is OK...but then the worst thing is smoking in the restaurant. When you enter the hotel, you feel the clouds of smoke coming from the restaurant area. This adds immensely to a poor impression. Also surprising is the actual mess that you can see around this place [around and behind the reception desk, in the bar/restaurant, in corridors..there are surprising piles of mess...boxes, inventory, cleaning stuff etc etc