Aparthotel in Austria
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The Aparthotel in Austria is situated in the capital of Vienna and offers 124 apartments ranging from studios for 2 people to two-room apartments for 4 people. 4 of these units have facilities for disabled people and there is access to the hotel facilities for people with reduced mobility.
Each apartment has a full kitchen, a bathroom, a seating area and a work area. All also have the following basic equipment: telephone, television, air conditioning, high speed broadband internet access and access to an iron and ironing board. Although each apartment has a kitchen if you are running late, the apartment hotel offers breakfast and also has a vending machine for sandwiches and drinks. On site, there are 3 meeting rooms, a sauna, a fitness room, a laundry room and the hotel welcomes pets. Conveniently located on Julius-Raab-Platz in the centre of Vienna, near the old town and tourist attractions, the hotel is close to bus and train links to make travelling around the city easy. Austria encourages you to want to stay for a long time. The Aparthotel in Vienna provides you with the comforts of home, so that long-term stays and holidays are a pleasure you never want to stop.
Austria - the sound of music and not just in the mountains
Austria is the birthplace of many of our most famous classical composers - Haydn, Liszt, Schubert, Bruckner, Schoenberg, Mozart and, of course, the Strauss family. The cuisine is derived from the origins of the Austro-Hungarian empire and some of the most famous dishes are Sachertorte, Krapfen (a kind of doughnut filled with jam or custard) and Strudel, a sweet or savoury crisp pastry. Austria is mainly a mountainous country being situated close to the Alps and is filled with scented meadows that sheep and cattle graze on in summer. Down in the capital in Vienna, the Danube River dominates the town and less than 100 km away is the Wachau Valley, one of the most spectacular tourist attractions in Austria. The capital's palaces are definitely a must see, like The MuseumsQuartier. Austria is a fascinating mix of traditions, culture, modernity, design and new technology. Its unspoilt nature encourages visitors from all around the world and it really does have something for everyone. The image that was conjured up by the Sound of Music does exist, but there is a lot more to Austria than just yodelling in the hills.