Naschmarkt mini

Facilities

- television

- WIFI internet

- bedclothes

- towels

- parking place: upon request

 

Main room

- double bed: 150 x 200 cm

- dining table

 

kitchen corner

- stove

- oven

- coffee machine

- kettle

- toaster

- cook- and dinnerware

- fridge

 

bathroom

- shower

- washstand

- washing machine

- WC

30 m²
for up to 3 guests
Franzensgasse 13, 1050 Wien
studio with kitchen and one bathroom with toilet
 

 

 

Description

Our apartment Naschmarkt mini is located in the mezzanine of a 19th century apartment building. The apartment consists of a living room with a kitchen corner and a bathroom with a WC.

The studio apartment is equipped with a comfortable couch that can be transformed into a double bed (150 x 200 cm in size) with a spring mattress. Furthermore there is a doorway with a wooden double wing door that has been transformed into a large wardrobe. There is also a commode, a dining table with four chairs and an armchair. There is a flatscreen TV with satellite receiver attached to the wall and free WIFI internet access.

The kitchen area is equipped with an oven and an electric stove, a fume hood, a fridge with a freezer and a sink. Cookware and dinnerware as well as an electric kettle, electric iron and an ironing board are also provided.

The bathroom is separated from the living room by a sliding door and is equipped with a washing machine, a toilet, a shower and a washbasin. Towels will be provided as well.

All five Naschmarkt apartments are in the same building. We can therefore accomodate larger groups in one building.

 

Location

The apartment building is centrally located at Franzensgasse, a small alley with lots of houses from the „Biedermeier“ era in the inner district of „Margareten“. Just around the corner you can find Viennas most beautiful market the „Naschmarkt“ where you can find a lot of Vienna's food specialities, cafés, bars and restaurants.

Within 10 to 15 minutes walking distance lies the historic center of Vienna, the 1st district or „Innere Stadt“, where a lot of Viennas famous attractions such as St. Charles Cathedral, the imperial castle, the state opera or the spanish riding school can be found. If that is too far, you can walk just a few minutes to the subway station „Kettenbrückengasse“ (line U4) and the next stop „Karlsplatz“ is already in the center of Vienna.

You can also reach Viennas famous shopping street, the Mariahilfer Strasse on foot. It is only about 10 minutes away, as is the Museumsquartier, a courtyard full of Museums, which lies at the beginning of Mariahilfer Strasse.

If you have enough of the historic center, how about a visit to Schönbrunn castle? It is only 10 to 15 minutes away if you take the subway line U4. It is well worth a visit.

 

Floor plan

naschmarkt mini plan