Studio with Terrace at Wood

Mariahilfer Gürtel 33, 1150
2 adults
27 sq/m
1 Bedroom
1 King Bed

Designed over 27 square metres, the studios feature a king-size bed, a kitchenette, a 10 square metre terrace and an ensuite bathroom with walk-in shower. At the building's ground floor, the rooms are also wheelchair accessible. The rooms are equipped with air-conditioning, a mini-fridge, a microwave, and a dining area. The modern studios accommodate up to two people. 

Room Amenities

    Further info

    Check-In Time:15:00

    Early Check-In Upon Request

    Check-Out Time:11:00

    Late Check-Out Upon Request

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The charm and character of our European buildings make variations within each category inevitable. Although all apartments in this category are similar in size and amenities, they may differ slightly in layout. Therefore, the room or apartment you see in the pictures might be slightly different from the one you get allocated.

    HEAR IT FROM OUR GUESTS

    Ruth S.

    about 4 months ago

    The room was very clean and the terrace is awesome! The Westbahnhof with shops and Food counters is very close. The check-in is easy.

    Niklas B.

    about 4 months ago

    My stay at Wood was better than described. The Terrace is great and everything is completely new, modern and clean. Everything one could need was provided. When there were questions the support was extremely quick and helpful.

    Jason O.

    about 4 months ago

    Best place in vienna. 3rd separate time booking with them

    The Neighbourhood Rudolfsheim-Fünfhaus

    Based at the edge of Rudolfsheim-Fünfhaus and near Mariahilfer and Neubau, Wood is at the intersection of three of the most culturally distinct districts in Vienna. Multicultural elements from Turkish and Balkan culture flow into an atmosphere of iconic storefronts and restaurants. Nearby, the baroque church towering over the Mariahilfer district leads into the neighbourhood of Neubau, featuring clubs and bars in the former red-light district.

    Where to eat

    Vienna is a wonderful city to experience anything from traditional local dishes to inspiring fine dining venues. It is also full of restaurants and cafes offering a plethora of unique experiences, further securing its status as one of the most livable cities in Europe.

    Shopping

    Endless shopping opportunities awaits in vienna. The city has the perfect retail therapy catered to individual likings. Head to Goldenes Quartier for luxury boutiques or eclectic flea markets such as Naschmarkt for unique finds.

    Parks

    Parks are an integral part of the city's culture and often home to intriguing historical monuments, opportunities for outdoor activities, and quintessential Austrian beer gardens.

    Museums

    Vienna hosts some world-class museums. Savour the local art scene and explore the museum culture of this wonderful city.

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    Simplicity

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