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Built in 1897 by the Art Nouveau architect Ignaz Drapala, this hotel offers a central location in the immediate vicinity of Vienna State Opera, the Museum Quarter, and the Naschmarkt (open-air market). Free Wi-Fi is available.The Drei Kronen Hotel City's modern rooms include satellite...
All reviewswalking distance to museumsgreat locationminute walkfood marketthree starpowerful showerkarlsplatz stationstayed here for two nightsthe hotel is conveniently locatedroom was clean and comfortabletop floorcontinental breakfastrecommend this hotelcity centreeach morninghigh ceilingsbelvedere palace
Drei Kronen is a nice little hotel located within walking distance from all major sites in Vienna (5 minute walk from Karlsplatz, 10 minute walk from the opera, 15 minute walk from Stephanplatz). To be honest though, i didn't really like the neighbourhood in which...More
Nothing to complain. Reception staff were very helpful and knowledgeable. The only minor problem was the that the room got rather hot (top floor and exceptional outside temperatures). My room had a balcony.
Hotel is well situated and have nice personnel. Of course the neighborhood is a bit noisy in daytimes but you are in the middle of the city. Windows are thick so noisyness on outside is not the problem. Good and affordable hotel.
Good first impression entering the Art Nouveau lobby, and check-in was efficient and helpful. Dining room very pleasant, and a plentiful varied breakfast each morning with attentive staff.
The family room's decor was a little dated, but it was comfortable and well soundproofed - we're...More
First: security was lacking. It is a hotel where you need to leave the key at the front desk. Nobody knew who was picking up the key to the room. The room also does not have a safe.
Breakfast was average, could have had a...More
The fourth district combines elegant tradition with contemporary style and relaxed living. More than a dozen town palaces and churches such as St. Charles Borromeo have added glamour to a neighbourhood known for its traditional retail and crafts shops, taverns, cafés. Wieden is also home to Naschmarkt, Vienna’s largest street market. Many bohemian types have found their way to Wieden: meet them in trendy cafés and
bars, shop alongside them for vintage items, enjoy Wien Museum’s and Kunsthalle’s modern temporary exhibitions, and hang out with the bees at Vienna’s most beautiful urban garden, Karlsgarten.