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Austria Trend Hotel Rathauspark The Austria Trend Hotel Rathauspark is a unique property that was originally built in 1880 as a small palace and for several years was the residence of the world-famous literary figure, Stefan Zweig. More recently the building was converted into a stylish and contemporary 4* hotel with a complete refurbishment and has a great central location near to Vienna¿s City Hall and Burgtheater. Despite the hotel¿s great location to many famous and popular sites, the hotel enjoys minimal traffic and tourist activity on its street that helps ensure a pleasant stay. You will find a great choice of comfortable and modern accommodation at the hotel with over 100 rooms to choose from, complimented by the great range of services and facilities to ensure guests have a pleasant stay. This includes services for its business guests with a well-equipped conference room that can hold up to 30 people for those important meetings and events. Also to help get each day off to a great start the hotel has a restaurant that provides a hearty buffet breakfast each morning and for when you just need to sit down and relax there is a comfy lobby bar and lounge. If you choose to explore Vienna further then you can do easily with the excellent tram and underground service, with links close by the hotel. You will find the city is a place of many wondrous sights and places to visit; there are several trendy and popular shopping areas to be found such as the Mariahilfer Strasse where you can find shops selling all sorts of fashion, jewellery and accessories, tourists can also take advantage of tax-free shopping in certain areas. For the nightlife in Vienna you might find it a bit more casual and laid back compared to Europe with places to go ranging from Irish pubs to designer bars and a few exclusive clubs in the city centre. The many attractions you might like to see while exploring Vienna including many historic and cultural building ranging from Baroque churches to grand palaces and mansions from as early as the 13th century.
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