Harry's Home Hotel Wien

Handelskai 94-96, 1200 Vienna, Wien, Austria
+43 1330 3636

S$ 112+

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8.4/10 Excellent
based on 927 reviews

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  • Good furniture
  • Great view
  • Great shopping
  • Modern Hotel


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    The Harry's Home Hotel Wien is located directly on the Danube in the 20th district Brigittenau, in the Millennium City (shopping mall). The metro station Handelskai (on the line U6) is just 200 meters away. Wi-Fi is available throughout the building.

    The air-conditioned studios, feature a flat-screen satellite TV, a seating area, a walk-in closet, a bathroom with a shower or bath, and a large desk. Some of the rooms offer a fully equipped kitchenette and views of the Danube - a real highlight.

    At breakfast you can choose between a small business or a large buffet breakfast.

    The area surrounding the Harry's Home Hotel Vienna offers a lot. The Millennium City has numerous restaurants, bars and other entertainment venues which invite you to visit.

    The Danube Island, the recreational area of Vienna, is located opposite the hotel, the city centre you reach with the underground line U6 within a 15-minute drive.

    Public parking is available in the public parking garage of the Millennium City.

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    • Free Wi-Fi
    • Pets allowed on request. Charges may apply.
    • Facilities for disabled guests
    • ATM on-site
    • Business centre
    • Laundry facilities
    • Meeting/Banquet facilities
    • Indoor pool
    • No smoking
    • Restaurant
    • Bar/Lounge
    • Air-conditioned
    • Coffee shop
    • 24 hour front desk
    • Safe
    • Sauna
    • Fitness centre
    • Free airport shuttle
    • Free Internet
    • Parking (surcharge)
    • Storage available
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