'Stay open-minded' is the motto of this innovative Viennese hotel staffed by refugees. The perfect spot from which to explore Vienna.
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The Madgas Hotel is a truly unique place to stay, sitting in the heart of the beautiful Austrian city of Vienna. This fresh, open-minded hotel is stylish and bold, with friendly, welcoming staff from around the world. Many of the staff are refugees from crisis-ridden parts of the globe, and despite the 23 different languages spoken by the team, the hotel is fabulously run and filled with people who have interesting stories to tell.
Not only are the staff members fascinating and friendly, but they’re also on hand to ensure your stay is as enjoyable as possible. The 88 rooms are individually designed with an upcycle feel to them, whilst remaining comfy and stylish. This means that each and every room has its own character, offering you the perfect spot to unwind after a day out exploring the city. Each room has an en suite bathroom that comes with a shower and a hairdryer as well as some free Lederhaas toiletries. Guests can also make the most of tablets, which are available on request.
The hotel also has a comfy and welcoming lounge area and bar where guests can mingle and share stories of their travels. Lovely food is available throughout the day also. And, when the weather’s nice the garden and terrace offer you the perfect place to sit and relax. Guests can also rent bicycles on which they can explore Vienna at their own pace.
?This groundbreaking hotel is sat in the middle of the city of Vienna, though is still surrounded by beautiful greenery. You’re only a fifteen minute walk along the river Danube to the first district and the city centre is also only a short stroll away. The hotel is also nicely situated for some wonderful restaurants, bars and the airport is easily accessible.
Vienna International is 16 minutes by taxi.
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