Imperial Riding School Vienna, A Renaissance Hotel
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Historical Traveller Reviews of Imperial Riding School Vienna, A Renaissance Hotel
All round good hotelfrom absinthe
Good location and quietfrom dc_chuck
Excellent choice. Very classyfrom Len821
Loved It!!!!! Excellent Locationfrom yadidim
The hotel has a very small business room right next to the reception area and although I was told that internet access is 3 Euro/Hour--> no one seemed to care that I was visiting the internet very often and eventually I was not charged at all.
The best feature of course is the location...We were able to walk to the heart of Vienna in just 15 minutes...and believe me that in Vienna that is the only way you want to commute --> By feet:)
t Want To Leavefrom DesMoines
This was one of the best hotel stays we have ever had anywhere in the world.
s worth a stayfrom chris036
Rooms are average in size, simple in decor and facilities but clean and tidy. Breakfast is quite different as it is served in one of the converted stables. Reasonable spread and tasty.
The City is beautiful, with more green park areas than most Cities in Europe, lots of fabulous buildings and an excellent transport system. Worth a trip is Schloss Schonbrunn Palace, with it's excellent gardens and walks and well preserved house.
Good value Renaissance standard Hotel.
Pretty good except for the service and the bedsfrom LdyMercy
However..2 major problems. #1 and the least of the problems were the beds..the queen we had might have well been a concrete brick for all we knew..it was hard and horrible to sleep on..not to mention the flat pillows they give you on the bed. The down comforters were nice..but two single comforters on a queen bed was very odd.
Lastly and most importantly the service in the resturant was HORRIBLE. We went only one time for breakfast and it was the last. We sat at a table for 20 minutes with no silver ware and no acknowledgement from the staff..finally one of them came over and threw some napkins down on the table with a roll of her eyes and a mumble in German that I am sure was not very nice...Eventually I had to go find my own silverware so we wouldn't have to continue to eat with our hands. 15 minutes after this..someone, I think the bartender from the front of the hotel, came and dropped a pot of tea on our table..we asked for 2 diet cokes and he rolled his eyes and disappeared never to been seen again. We ate as quickly as posslbe and never went back. The resturants around the hotel in the neighborhood were much kinder. If you are going to stay here avoid that place like the plague.
I am not sure I would stay there again. The amenities they provide I can find in a more local type pension. I don't see the point in paying more money to be treated poorly. Oh well...
Good Stay at the Renaissancefrom albiSunnyvale_CA
Let’s start off with the things we liked about the hotel. Overall the room was very clean, it came with a mini bar, basic necessities, and the furnishings are average. Near the check-in counter is the business centre that includes 2 computer terminals, printers, and a conference room table. The terminal usage is free and open to all hotel guests. Again the location is pretty good, close to the centre of the city, Vienna Sudbahnhof train station, Belvedere Palace, and other tourist spots.
There is one thing we didn’t like about the hotel. The food services in the hotel are pretty expensive. For example a can of Pepsi cost 3 euro in the room mini frig and the breakfast buffet cost 20 euro (not much variety of food). Watch out for the in room mini frig, it’s computer sensor and we got charged extra for a Pepsi.
Originally we’re planning to stay at a pension near the centre. We then decided to stay at the Renaissance because the price was fairly decent (109 euro/night) and we wanted the comfort of a big hotel since we had multiple family members with us. We all enjoyed our stay at the Renaissance.
s Hotelfrom Grampa2191
Beautiful Hotel in a Beautiful Cityfrom A TripAdvisor Member
Top Local Tips for Vienna
What I would recommend The Tiergarten (zoo) is well worth a visit - especially with the new baby panda, and of course no visit is complete without a ride on the Reisenrad. I would also recommend purchasing a "Vienna Card" for unlimited public transport and discounts on attractions.
Gourmet Dining Experience at RieGi If you are prepared to spend 100 Euros per person, you may have a fantastic dining & drinking experience at this cutting-edge restaurant. You may enjoy an eight-course-gourmet menu with wine pairings, served by a most helpful sommelier. Cuisine is light and contemporary, with mediterranean influences. The RieGi has recently received a Michelin-star and is THE rising star among the (few) Vienna gourmet restaurants.
Vienna Card The Vienna Card is really useful to go around freely without having to worry about buying your ticket everytime and getting the exact change. It allows unlimited rides on the public transportation for 72h and costs €18,50 within the city. To get from the airport to the city you will need to top an additional €1,50. It also gives a lot of discounts in the main historical attractions (around 1 to 2 euros everytime). However, if you are thinking of making huge saving then think twice especially that we had to take the cab on our way back as we had to catch an early flight.
Other names for Imperial Riding School Vienna, A Renaissance Hotel
- vienna renaissance
- renaissance vienna
- Address: 60 Ungargasse - Vienna - 1030 - Austria
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