Autumn is a special time of the year anywhere, but certainly in Europe. In the heart of the “old continent” hundreds of quaint, charming and often inspiring hotels stays await. Here’s a small selection of places our staff has either stayed or heard of via word of mouth. From Austria to Romania, this time of year in the center of Europe begs visitation, and these hotels do a great job showing of their hospitality, and great value too.
Vienna Coolness @25hours
You are scheduled to arrive in Vienna, taking in the sites and shows, and other activities are high on your lists too. Knowing the city is not possessed of bargains galore where accommodations are concerned, gives pause to some travelers though. But what if you could stay in the museum quarter and get value, as well as sleek and sexy accomodations for a reasonable sum? Well, you might select the 25hours Hotel Vienna at MuseumsQuartier. In keeping with the city of style and tradition, this hotel does have all that and more. Here’s the low-down for travelers in search of a brilliant Vienna experience with economy. This 25hours contingent offers:
- 217 rooms including 34 suites with kitchenettes
- ameeting space for up to 200 people
- The mermaid’s cave sauna
- On site underground parking
- A fantastic 200 person meeting facility
- 3 stunning dining facilities including Burger de ville
- Free of charge wifi
- An iMac workstation
The typical room in Autumn goes for €119 per night including taxes and fees (see booking engine screen above). For more information readers may contact the hotel via: Phone: +43 15 21 51 0 or via Email at: email@example.com.
Marrol’s Boutique Hotel Bratislava
Bratislava is a Danube gem every Europe visitor has to see, if only once. The pedestrian-only, 18th-century old town is the cultural and social hub of this magnificent European capital, From high up at Bratislava Castle you might gaze down onto this picturesque city center, and point knowingly at Marrol’s, should you choose to stay here. The venue is stylish beyond the typical and offers space for meetings, gatherings of all sorts, and a recluse from stampeding tourists too.
This hotel features 51 luxurious rooms and 3 fabulous suites overlooking Bratislava’s most noted landmarks. The restaurant Messina affords guests the pleasure of purely traditional Slovak cuisine, or Mediterranean fare. You can also relax at one of the city’s best spas, Wellness Spa Jasmine. The hotel is located in the city center just meters from the Slovak national theatre, the St. Martins Cathedral and the Primatialpalais. The typical Autumn rate for this five star hotels is extremely reasonable (as above) at €110 per night, which includes;
Accommodation in the Superior category, buffet Breakfast, a welcome drink, Free minibar, Wi-Fi / high speed Internet access, Fitness Center, PC room, and VAT. Readers may contact the hotel via Phone: +421 911 722 600 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
A Timisoara Stay
Visitors to Romania often miss some of the country’s most precious jewels, as Bucharest and Constanta vie constantly for touristic attention. On the Western frontier of this magnificent land though, the photogenic city of Timisoara is about as welcoming a town as you can imagine. In the heart of the Banat region, the city offers visitors are somewhat rare peek into a Romania most do not know even exists. The main social, economic and cultural centre in western Romania, is also a candidate for the 2021 European Capital of Culture honors. To call the place simply beautiful is a vast understatement.
Smack in the center of this thriving Banat plain town is the Hotel Victoria Timisoara. This luxurious but inexpensive stay boast of a prime location in the historic center, just steps from the city’s most revered and popular monuments, attractions, shops, and entertainment venues. Guests of the hotel are always taken aback by the Baroque finery within the edifice, the high ceilings, carving, and luxurious decor say nothing about the uniquely Romanian experience this hotel offers. Guests can expect all the usual amenity suspects here including free WiFi, room service, shoe shining, dry cleaning, and a staffed tour desk as well. Typical prices for a single room start at €52 euro per night including breakfast and all taxes. You can contact the hotel at +4 (0256) – 433 155, or via Email at: email@example.com
In the Middle of Zagreb
Without a doubt, Croatia’s capital of Zagreb should be on anybody#s bucket list of places to visit. And if you’re headed to this Austro-Hungarian Empire masterpiece, spending your nights in the heart of the city is recommended. Just a couple hundred meters from the city’s most picturesque squares and central attractions, Hotel President Pantovcak is a crisp boutique affair, a stylish urban retreat around the corner from British Square. Guests here can literally throw stones at almost all the city’s noted museums and parks.
The hotel’s central location is not the only value though, the contemporary design here blends with an art-deco twist to create a stunning hospitality effect. Guests can enjoy all the usual amenities, while as the same time be inspired by a panoramic lounge bar a teak garden terrace, its own private park, and especially the flawlessly designed guest rooms. Each stay at the hotel is individualized whether you’re in the Royal Suite or a Classic Guest Room. Rates begin at €99 euro, and readers may contact the hotel by phone at: 385 1 4881 480, or via Email at: firstname.lastname@example.org