Aparthotel Adagio Vienna City was the second hotel during my Europe trip and was booked by my school. Overall, the room was fair and the breakfast was awesome!
- [Dinner] KLYO
- Walking Around Downtown Vienna
- [Snack] Café Prückel
- Belvedere Palace
- [Dinner] Figlmüller Bäckerstraße
- Museum of Natural History Vienna
- [Dinner] Gmoakeller
- [Hotel] Aparthotel Adagio Vienna City (This Post)
This hotel belongs to the international hotel chain AccorHotels. It was booked by my school, and the cost was included in the total field trip fee. I shared the room with one of my classmates.
I am not familiar with AccorHotels’ reward program because it doesn’t have a large footprint in North America. Also, I couldn’t earn any points or night credits on this stay. All I know is that the hotel mainly targets people long-term stays, so the earning rate is pretty low when comparing to other AccorHotels brands.
The location of this hotel is great. It is located at the northeast corner of old downtown Vienna. Both the train station (Wien Mitte) and the subway station (Schwedenplatz) are a few blocks away. There are also tram lines 1 and 2 right in front of the hotel. It was very easy to get to other parts of Vienna.
Our room type was probably “Studio for 2 people.” We got two single beds put together like the photo below, but of course, we separated the beds. Single beds are common in Europe, and it is impossible to avoid them when trying to save hotel costs
The studio has a dedicated area for the desk, the closet, and some extra space to put our stuff. Unlike the previous
The cooking facility is near the entrance. It has a microwave, a stove, a sink, a coffee machine, and more. We didn’t cook during our 4-night stay. The bathroom is on the other side of the hallway.
The breakfast at this hotel is not complimentary, but the school booked the rate with breakfast. Such rates are €26.60 mora than the room-only rates. It was awesome as expected, but €26.60 is expensive.
I have to praise the espresso machine. It was able to make all common espresso drinks including cappuccino, cafe latte, and cafe macchiato. Getting a cup was a must in every morning!
The cold options included 4 kinds of ham and 6 different veggies.
They offered 3 kinds of hot food which changed slightly from day to day. They all tasted great.
They also have a huge selection of spreads, including 3 kinds of jam. More were in the case next to ham in the second breakfast picture.
A wide variety of bread was also offered.
Below is a plate I had in one morning.
My experience at Aparthotel Adagio Vienna City was very positive, mainly due to the convenient location and the decent breakfast offering. However, I don’t know if I will pay €26.60 for breakfast. I don’t mind staying here again if the room rates are reasonable.
Aparthotel Adagio Vienna City Info
Address: Uraniastraße 2, 1010 Wien, Austria