"Basic hotel in good location"
At this price don't expect luxury, the building is old but with character - large old staircases, a shared courtyard etc. The hotel is on the second floor of a typical apartment block surrounded, it seemed, by Viennese people, rather than an international hotel that could be anywhere. There is an ancient lift but at least half a dozen steps to reach it, so you will need to negotiate that with your luggage. Rm 38 was a small twin room with slightly peeling wallpaper - fine for 1 person, probably a bit tight for two. It was beautifully cleaned every day. No air-conditioning, but the thick walls meant the room was at least cooler than outside and a lovely large window opened over the courtyard.
Breakfast was included in the price, unlike many hotels, helping to make this a good price - muesli, yoghurt, bread roll or bread, jam, boiled egg, salami, cheese, cucumber, tomato, tea, coffee, juice drink.
Wireless was free of charge with perfectly reasonable reception in my room. There was also a guest computer than could be used and printing e.g. of boarding passes was possible (apparently) for a small price.
Traveller from UK (ex New Zealand)