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    Wonderful! 4.9/5
    (8 reviews)
    $96
    avg/night
    • 2 BR
    • Sleeps 4
    Multiple rentals Apartment #527897
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      • 2 BR
      • Sleeps 4
      Multiple rentals Apartment #527897
        $97
        avg/night
        • 2 BR
        • 1 BA
        • 1 HF BA
        • Sleeps 5
        Apartment #24211
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        Viewed 7 times in the last 48 hours
          • 1 BR
          • 1 BA
          • Sleeps 2
          Villa #2319207
            • 1 BR
            • 1 BA
            • Sleeps 2
            Villa #2319174
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            Hietzing: Budget Vacation Rentals (5)

             

            Recent Hietzing Reviews

            Very Impressed

            5 of 5
            We came into the apartment and were so pleased. We were met by Christian, the owner of the apt. He gave us complete instructions about the underground, the Shell Station which had a mini grocery and as a 1/2 block away. Unlike mini marts in the US, the groceries there were the same price as it's larger owner, Spar. We were 2 mins. From an underground station. We used the washer and dryer right away. I rented the apt. because I love to cook. I had four eyes on the stove, a range hood with a light, a nice size fridge and a wonderful convection oven. The apt. was furnished in modern design and had honking wifi. We watched Netflix every night. We wached the news on Euro News. All German but English tags. Read the newspaper on my iPad. Bed was very comfortable. Instructions provided by me for places I found very useful: Go out the outside door turn left and you will intersect Hadikgasse, turn right. Walk to the second red light. If you turn right (there is a sign to the Penny Markt, a moderate size grocery ). Just before you get there, there is a store that reminds you of a Walgreens. Shampoo, cosmetics, etc. No drugs, not even OTC's. Only sold at drugstores. When we stepped out of the Penny Markt, an Austrian woman approached us and told us where the drugstore was. Generally they open at 8 and close at noon on Satuday, closed on Sunday. We took a left out of the Penny Markt, went straight over the pedestrian walkway across the street and at the second red light, you intersect ( Hietzinger Haupstr. ). The street you walk on to get to Hietzinger is called Sankt Viet. On the right about halfway down is a great little produce market with produce from all over Europe. Right on Hietzginer, there is the big Spar super market. Left at the intersection on the corner is a cafe, a Billa ( Trader Joe like ), the apothecary, a stationary store, etc. My point is that the apt is very well placed in the city. We used the underground to get anywhere we wanted to go. Highly recommend the landlord, the apt.and the placement of this VRBO. You will enjoy your visit to Vienna more because you are very happy at your home.
            • Submitted: Oct 3, 2015
            • Stayed: Sep 2015