December 14, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Melia Vienna in Vienna, Austria
When you head to Meliá Vienna’s 57 Restaurant for a cocktail, you’ll be drinking at the highest point in Austria. On weekends, a DJ livens up the scene, and during the week, guests are in prime position to close the deal in the Danube City Business District – the hotel is near the Austria Center and the United Nations, and after work, the recreation options of Danube Island await. Vienna’s panoramic cityscape is the standout design detail here, and walls of windows fill each guestroom with abundant light.
Delve into the artwork at the Kunsthistorisches Museum, which range from ancient Egyptian and Greek works to pieces by modern masters including Titian and Velasquez. Head to the open-air Naschmarkt and work up an appetite browsing hundred of stalls of food vendors. Join the after-work crowd sipping sugared cocktails at the hotel’s Flow Bar.
Location of Melia Vienna
Nearest Airport: VIE
Amenities for Melia Vienna
- 253 Rooms and Suites
- Rain Showers
- Antique Shopping
- Boat Excursions
Reviews for Melia Vienna
Great new nicely decorated building (skyscraper) with practical location to access the Vienna Austria Center (at 5mn walking distance). Rooms are good with space and nicely furnished with great view (was on the 7th floor) Nice staff / great breakfast And not far for city center with subway
Miriamet2015 - Basel, Switzerland
even though Melia Vienna is not in the center of Vienna we found this was not a problem for us. The hotel is magnificent , spacious rooms and beautiful view from above. Bravo to the architects of this hotel!
Beautiful Hotel, fantastic Location, stunning architecture but terrible Service. This Hotel has everything going for it and has the potential to be one of the best, unfortunatley they have some serious Service issues. Urgent Training in 5-star Service is required because at the Moment, there is no Service that you can mention.
536barendd - Munich, Germany
A modern and stylish hotel situated on the outskirts of the old city. Easily accessible from the airport via public transport - take the S7 to Praterstern and then the U1 to Kaisermuehlen-VIC - takes about 45 mins. The immediate vicinity is a sole-less landscape of modern skyscraper buildings but it is the views over the Danube towards the city which are the main attraction. View from our 13th floor room was good and provided an added dimension to our stay. It's perhaps worth noting that only 1/4 of the rooms face directly over the river to the city. To guarantee a direct view of the city the hotel charge â‚¬70 extra per night for a Level room which also includes entrance to a guest lounge. Best views of all can be had from the cocktail bar or the restaurant on the 57th floor. We ate at the restaurant one night and the food was tasty and well presented and the service very good. My wife had steak which was very good but the Vegetarian options were a little limited and portion sizes were on the small side. Prices on the high side but overall we had a very nice meal and the location made for a sense of occasion. The bedroom was very tastefully decorated, the main feature being the floor to ceiling windows although the smoked glass window into the shower was also quite novel. The shower itself was great and the bathroom was very sleek with it's black marble and smoked glass surfaces. Only complaint we would have about the room was that the bed was very firm and not especially comfortable. Service was always polite and helpful. The highlight of our stay was the complimentary bottle of Cava brought to our room to celebrate our birthdays. A very nice touch for which we were very appreciative. Overall we had a very enjoyable weekend in Vienna staying at the Melia Hotel.
AJHEA - West Sussex
I stayed at the Melia during a conference for the first time. Everything is very modern and in â€šclean chicâ€˜ kind of way, which I liked very much. The rooms are beautiful and have large bathrooms - just be aware of all the mirrors and glass walls to avoid running into them! The fitness room on the 14th floor is relatively small but was never full, so it worked for me. It needs a little more attention though: the clock was still on summer time, apples were not filled up on the 2nd day, the displays of the treadmills had clearly not been cleaned for a while, etc - so more caretaking, please! We visited both the bar and the restaurant on the 57th floor - stunning views and great food. Who stood out from all the service staff was Helen, who was super friendly, always with a smile on her face and who served us very professionally in the midst of a bit of a stressful peak time. Lastly, the staff at the reception was also very helpful with printing something out for me, as the business cornerâ€™s system didnâ€™t work the way we wanted it to (and itâ€™s too small for such a large hotel anyway, I think). All in all a pleasant experience, and would go there again, especially for a conference.
estherdee1000 - Munich, Germany