Studio in Mariahilferstrasse
Studio | No Bedrooms | sleeps 2
Ref. 15979 - The 35m2 apartment is situated on the first floor of a building with elevator access in the Mariahilf district and is designed to comfortably hold up to two guests.
The living room/sleeping area features a double bed and an entertainment system including cable television, a music system and a wireless internet connection.
The open-plan kitchen is fully-equipped with everything you will need, including home comforts such as a dishwasher and microwave, and also features a dining table where you can enjoy your meals. In the bathroom you will find a box shower and a hairdryer. If you need to wash your clothes you will be able to use the washer and dryer in the building's communal laundry room.
Both in the area surrounding the apartment as well as in the city centre you will find a range of restaurants, grocers and bakers that will ensure you will never be hungry for long. With just a few minutes' walk you will reach two metro stops that will provide you with excellent connections to the public transport network. From the Neubaugasse stop, the U3 line will take you to both Stephansplatz and the Landstrasse, where you can change in order to get to the airport or the famous Hundertwasserhaus. On the other hand the Kettenbrückengasse stop will allow you to hop on the U4 line that will take you to the Schönbrunn Palace, an obligatory stop for any visitor to Vienna.
|Size||Sleeps up to 2, Studio|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Vienna Airport 17.62 km, Nearest railway: Westbahnhof 1.14 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Pets welcome, Yes, smoking allowed|
Features and Facilities
|General||Central heating, TV, CD player|
|Standard||Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Microwave, Fridge, Washing machine|
|Rooms||1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Double beds (1)|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
Check-in is between 12:00 and 20:00. Late check-in between 20:00 and 02:00 will incur an additional charge of €25.
Check-out by 12:00.
A child's highchair and a cot are available on request for an additional charge of €15 each.
Washing machine and dryer available in the building's communal laundry room.
In Short: Historic/ commercial/ popular with the locals
Highlights: Naschmarkt/Haus des Meers/ Fillgraderstiege
Getting around: Metro line U3 to Simmering passing through the centre/ Metro line U2 to the centre/ Metro line U4 to the north (Döbling) passing through the centre/ Buses N49-N50 throughout Mariahilfer Strasse to Museum Quartier/ Strassenbahn 5 to WestBahnhof/Strassenbahn 6 to Simmering/ Strassenbahn 18 to Landstrasse.
Why stay: Perfect for shopping/dynamic/ busy
Description: Mariahilf is located in the historical part of the city. The first settlements date back to the year 1000 and as the area developed it was gradually encompassed by Vienna. At the end of the XIX century rapid growth led to it becoming one of the most important business districts, with the Mariahilf Strasse being one of its main shopping avenues.
Areas surrounding markets are in general particularly lively with shops and trade providing a lively atmosphere both by day and by night; Mariahilf is no exception. The district surrounding Naschmarkt is home to numerous bars, shops and restaurants that make it alongside the historical centre - the Innere Stadt - one of the liveliest parts of Vienna.
A fabulous culinary selection make the market one of the most famous in the Austrian capital and it includes many kinds of cuisine ranging from typical Viennese to Italian, Thai and Vietnamese. Visitors can therefore find any ingredient they might be searching for.
For the Viennese the market is a real meeting point and an almost mandatory stop for the locals on Saturdays. Open from dawn until dusk there are a number of fashionable restaurants set among the old market stalls offering a wide variety of modern designs and alternative menus. It is an absolute treat to sit and enjoy a meal or drink in one of these establishments whilst observing the buzz of the market and passers-by.
Villa Rosa Lila is the centre of the gay and lesbian scene in the city, and the building is also the location of the famous café Willendorf; boasting modern decoration and exquisite cuisine. The Gumpendorfer Strasse that crosses the district towards the west is one of the most famous streets for its venues and atmosphere. Another area worthy of mention is the beautiful Margareten Square and its surroundings with Biedermaier style housing.
The district is also famous for being the location of the Haus des Meeres (House of the Sea) a very popular aquarium for tourists that is situated in Esterhazy Park, within a concrete tower that was built during the Second World War.
Along the Mariahilf Strasse visitors will find the baroque church with the same name, built by Sebastiano Carlone between 1686 and 1689.
The impressive Fillgraderstiege staircase is an admirable feature of the area that was built between 1906-1907 and follows an architectural style that perfectly fits the setting using stone and cast iron.
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