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Luxurious and artistic Daniel Hotel in Vienna

Found on Yatzer,this is Daniel Vienna, a luxurious and artistic hotel located at (Landstraßer Gürtel 5, 1030 Vienna, Austria. It’s a modern and new addition to the city that addresses to modern-day travelers who prefer to travel light. It features a simple and casual design, uncomplicated and yet luxurious. The hotel is located near the ”Schloss Belvedere” and just a few footsteps from the new Vienna Central Train and Metro Station. It’s also close to other nearby attractions such as the University of Vienna Botanical Gardens as well as the world-famous Schweizer Garten. The guests can relax at the hotel and also visit this historic city.

As the owner of the this hotel has remarked, exaggerated hospitality and pompous designs are unnecessary especially for the modern traveler. What people want is simplicity and a place where they can feel comfortable and welcomed. As a result, the Daniel Hotel offers 115 rooms on size floors. They all have queen size beds and offer beautiful views of the city. All the rooms are non-smoking and they all have W-LAN, a/c, TV, radio, telephone and large ‘Raindance’ showers in the bathrooms.

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For those who want to explore the city, the hotel offers Vespas and bicycles for hire. This is not a typical hotel. It’s a place where you can relax and where you can feel welcomed and comfortable. The hotel’s modern 1960’s architecture promises an unforgettable experience. In order to make the guest feel more comfortable, the reception area and the lobby have been designed as a loft. The rooms are all very beautiful and the views are wonderful.

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Posted in Hotels & Resorts on March 12, 2012

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