Das Tyrol is a unique place...beautifully decorated, small and luxurious, it is located right in the heart of the museums area and within walking distance of the "ring." The owner is an art collector, and art work like paintings, ceramics, sculptures, and vases from talented Austrian and international artists is displayed throughout. The staff is very friendly, competent, and helpful. The breakfast buffet is one of the best we ever had in any hotel ... Freshest breads and croissants, fruits, cereals, cold cuts (including speck, a smoked prosciutto typical of northern Italy and the Tyrol area), smoked salmon, cheeses of all kinds, eggs made to order, and, last but not least...prosecco! We loved staying at Das Tyrol, and we hope to be able to go back there some day.
This is an excellent hotel. Location is good, rooms are small but efficient and spotless.
The breakfast is well worth the price. Desk staff are efficient and courteous. Word of warning- you must check in before entering parking lot. It's underground with a max height of 2 metres. Our VW van had only 2 inches to spare.
Overall great place to stay with reasonable prices.
Close to transport send restaurants. We arrived around 1.00pm and check in time was 2.00pm. But on arrival they allotted room and made us feel very comfortable. We did not realise how close we were to shops and city centre until we stepped out.
They have plenty of channels but only two English channels. CNN & Euro news. Breakfast is available. What more can we expect from this lovely hotel.
This hotel has large rooms, though the decor, furnishings and hallways are a little dated. Still it's clean and the staff are very kind and helpful. The breakfast room, food and staff are great. Also, I was able to check in immediately when I arrived instead of having to return later which was a great advantage. The best thing, however, is the location. It is in a fantastic spot, right in one of the best shopping and dining districts of Vienna. It's also close to two metro stations so you can easily get to other parts of the city.
Just southwest of Vienna's historical center, the Mariahilf district is home to the festive, sprawling Naschmarkt, an open-air market selling fresh produce from around the world, exotic spices, cheese, baked goods, meats, and seafood. Al fresco dining ads to the fun. Mariahilfer Strasse, the city's main shopping street, forms the district's northern border.