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December 8, 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

Melia Vienna
Donau-City-Strabe 7
1220
Vienna, Austria

Nearest Airport: VIE

Amenities for Melia Vienna

  • 253 Rooms and Suites
  • Rain Showers
  • Antique Shopping
  • Bicycling
  • Boat Excursions

Reviews for Melia Vienna

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 17 hours ago

I stayed at the Melia during a conference for the first time. Everything is very modern and in ‚clean chic‘ 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 corner’s system didn’t work the way we wanted it to (and it’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


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 days ago

Beautiful massive building - really a pleasure to stay here. I had a room high up with a great view over the river. The room is elegant and comfortable. The bathroom has heated tiles which is wow - amazing. I slept really well in a super comfortable bed The strategy of having a free mini bar (even with only 2 beers) Is great The glass elevators shooting up and down is also a cool feel. Maybe it was a bit expensive, and the service at restaurant wasn’t great (wait 20 each time I wanted another wine!)

ilovecorndogs - Lausanne, Switzerland


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

The primary reason we chose the Melia was because of it's close proximity to the Convention Center to attend meetings. The trade off was having to take a daily 10 minute train to get to the Vienna City Center, which is the "heart" of the tourist shopping and restaurants in Vienna. Luckily the train system is an easy way to get most places in the city and a 5 minute walk from the hotel. The Melia is an extremely modern and minimalistic setting but after an 8 day stay felt warm and inviting. We did choose to pay for the "Level", or concierge floor, which allowed access to the 57th floor club daily until 10 P.M. Unlike concierge floors in the states, this one supplied a full breakfast, great service, and an open bar throughout the day. The "Level" floor was a great place to meet with friends, share snacks and drinks, and overlook the city with floor to ceiling windows. The added expense was well worth the convenience and options. The rooms themselves are minimal on first glance with floor to ceiling windows all around with shades to pull down at night. The king bed was surprisingly comfortable. The minibar is kept stocked with water, beer and a coffee machine with coffee only pods ...at no extra charge. Temperature in the room was a major issue until housekeeping showed us that one of the windows opened to allow outside air to cool off the room. Although the temperatures were in the 40s at night, our room would be exceptionally warm until we opened the window and primarily slept with it open. The bathroom was a bit less practical with a glass shower wall as part of the adjoining bedroom. It appeared there was a shade that could be used over the glass shower wall but ours was not functional. Not a special issue for us since we keep the same hours, but something to consider if requiring more privacy. The major downside to the hotel for us as tourists, was depending on the concierge for advice about what to do and how to do it. We travel quite a bit and although the staff was extremely nice, they did not seem to have access to the appropriate information. They consistently led us astray with very well meaning recommendations. Our one day trip to Salzburg with Royal Tours was especially an issue. The tour company's regular staff didn't show up for work the morning of our tour.... and it led to a day of delays and less than optimum conditions. Although not a cheap way to take the day trip, we would have preferred to pay more for a much more professional experience. In hindsight taking the train into Salzburg and hiring a tour guide there.... instead of a 3 + hour minivan ride might have been the way to go.

Michelle G


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

Stayed here while on a business trip to Vienna. The hotel's in a very good location around 20 minutes from the airport it is very close to one of the metro stations about 5 stops from St Stephen's Platz. The room was very big a nice comfortable bed and excellent bathroom facilities. I found the staff to be all very helpful and the restaurant food was also very good. There are taxis at the front of the hotel and the driver we used from the Melia was very good he was helpful and funny. You have to use your room key going to go up to the floor where your room is I understand the security reasons but a colleague was staying two floors above me and I was unable to access his floor. Visit bar 57 at the very top of the hotel that is an excellent viewing platform and I sometimes have live music and events up there there's a great view of the city.

Reg F - Watford, United Kingdom


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Good location. Easy access to the Airport and to the city center. Will definitly return to this nice hotel in the future!!!! Highly recommended, no complaints at all. Good food. Nice wiev form the top floor. Absolutely Beautiful from up there.

roinen2017 - Anderstorp, Sweden


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