We are continuing on our digital nomad adventure through Europe working our way from Bulgaria north towards the UK. On our way, we stopped in to see the magnificent Vienna, Austria.
This was our first trip to Austria. We did think of skipping it out due to the expense, however we were persuaded to put it back on our map. From meeting fellow travellers and hearing the tales of the beautiful city, there was no choice but to come and see it for ourselves.
- Location - 78%78%
- Room - 65%65%
- Facilities - 67%67%
- Value For Money - 80%80%
While I don't want to put a dampener on the wonderful Vienna, the hotel really was peculiar. While the location is just outside of the city with fantastic transport links, with great facilities and shops just around the corner, the hotel itself leaves something to be desired. Using 16000 Avios points to pay for the hotel as the prices were way out of our budget, it was a little steep.
Dates: 4th July 2017 – 6th July 2017
Price We Paid Per Night: 16,000 Avios est equivalent £46.50 per night
Room Type: Double room with en-suite
Booking Platform: Avios
The hotel was located on a side street off one of the main roads that leads you into the city centre. While the tram and bus links we’re easily accessible we opted to walk to the city – it takes around 20 minutes at a steady pace.
Being on a main road on the way into the city the location of All You Need Vienna 4 also benefitted from a surrounding of shops, cafés, bars, restaurants and supermarkets. Ideal if you’re looking to grab a bite to eat on your way out of / into the city.
We stayed in a twin room with ensuite bathroom on the second floor. The room was clean, had everything we needed for a short stop-over although it weirdly resembled a school. The beds were super comfortable – just what we needed after a long day of travel. The room also came with plenty of storage although it lacked any personality.
The room at All You Need Vienna 4 was functional, light and very spacious. It had a small table that was great for us to work at and great big windows that opened to let in air.
The room came with an en-suite bathroom complete with complimentary soap bar and a small sachet of shampoo.
Breakfast is available at All You Need Vienna 4 hotel however it’s an additional €8 per person. Because of this we opted to walk to the local Billa supermarket and pick up a pastry for around €1 each.
The room didn’t have a fridge but majority of the time being spent roaming the beautiful city there was no need for one. The hotel also came with complimentary WIFI. The internet speed in Vienna is good and the hotel was no exception.
In conclusion All You Need Vienna 4 Hotel is a great place for a couple of nights. Certainly, if you plan to spend the majority of your time out exploring the city.
I would stay here again as I found the location ideal and the room had everything we needed. If you are looking for somewhere long term or something with more to it then this isn’t the place for you.