Hotel Pension Quisisana
Windmuhlgasse 6, Vienna, Austria
Doubles from: $75 to $90
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Reviewed by EuroCheapo.com Editors
Housed in an art deco building, the Hotel Pension Quisisana has been owned by the Széles family since 1969. This quaint 16-room pension is within spitting distance of the Mariahilferstrasse's terminus at the Ring. You're very close to the Opera, as well—that is, if you're not distracted by the multitude of shops along the way. Quisisana is a Roman term for "inn." Service—and rates—are old-fashioned. Accommodations aren't as much chic as they are simple. Parquet floors and white fixtures sparkle. Street-side rooms receive lots of light. We prefer these over darker rooms facing the courtyard. Unless you're in one of the triples of the deluxe suite (still cheaper than most double rooms in this neighborhood), interiors are cramped. Some rooms, including all single rooms, have shared toilets on the floor. The triple is the room to get at the Quisisana. Occupying a corner space, it includes a seating nook with bay windows looking out on the street. Just two rooms have tubs. Wireless Internet is available for a charge. We adore the breakfast area near the front desk. It used to be a restaurant, and many of the circa 1970 fixtures remain, so it's like a private café just for guests and their morning muesli.
Reviewed by: Alexander Basek, EuroCheapo Staff Writer
Note: This hotel was visited by a EuroCheapo editor and is recommended based on cleanliness, location, price and overall quality. EuroCheapo did not charge this hotel to be listed.
- Breakfast Included
- Fax Machine
- Free Newspapers
- Laundry Service
- Pet Friendly
- Reception: Limited Hours
- Wi-Fi: Free
- Alarm Clock
- Bathroom: Private
- Bathroom: Shared
- Bathtubs Available
- Hair Dryer
Mariahilf, Vienna, Austria
About the Hotel Pension Quisisana neighborhood
Mariahilferstrasse is the flashy commercial "main drag" of Vienna. Located southwest of the Innere Stadt, the street is jammed with window shoppers, restaurants, and cafes. Step off the beaten path and you'll find pleasant local spots—at least until you get to the four lane Gürtel, which provides an unpleasant border to the area. The Westbahnhof train station lies at the very southwestern edge of this district.