Lonely Planet review
When it comes to real estate, it’s all about location, location, location. And with a front door facing the Graben, and Stephansdom within sight, Nossek has oodles of all three. Service is professional, polite, a little stiff but typically Viennese; rooms are spotless, highly adequate, generally spacious and enhanced with baroque-style furnishings; views are of either the pedestrian street below or the quiet inner courtyard. Note that the hotel does not accept credit cards.
Our independent authors have visited Pension Nossek and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Vienna.
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