We are extremely pleased to welcome you to the Hotel-Pension Bleckmann in the very centre of Vienna. In our family-run, 3-Star Hotel-Pension, Viennese heartiness and hospitality with a personal touch are still given top priority. The Hotel-Pension Bleckmann, a bed & breakfast hotel, has slowly grown to its present size from several apartments in a beautiful, old, Viennese house from the time of economic expansion at the end of the 19th and early 20th centuries.
After the last extension and renovation, the Hotel-Pension Bleckmann is now a well-established 3-Star Hotel-Pension. At the Hotel-Pension Bleckmann, old Viennese flair and modern service are combined with Viennese hospitality.
Being in the immediate vicinity of the historic Old Town of Vienna makes our Hotel-Pension Bleckmann a wonderful starting point for a stroll around the shopping areas, or an excursion to enjoy the cultural scene in Vienna, or its nightlife. At the same time, the Hotel-Pension is also ideal for business travellers as it is so close to Vienna Trade Fair, because of its superb location in the Vienna town centre and the excellent connection to the public transport network. Last but not least WIFI is free throughout the building.
To us, your well-being is particularly important; this is why our roomareas reflect the charm of a Viennese home from the affluent time at the turn of the century. High-ceilinged rooms and generous windows make for a unique, light and airy atmosphere. The distinction of our guest rooms is underlined by the parquet flooring which in parts is the original floor.
All the rooms in the Hotel-Pension Bleckmann are equipped with shower, WC, telephone and satellite TV and part of them face onto the quiet courtyard. All the rooms facing onto the street are fitted with special sound-proof glazing and a top quality, automatic air ventilation system. This way we can ensure a pleasant indoor climate even with the windows closed.
You can use our free WIFI Internet in all rooms, as well as in the foyer and the breakfast room. Thus you have permanent access to your e-mails using your laptop.
Getting here by train:
From the west and south:
Take the Underground line 6 as far as Währinger Strasse / Volksoper, tram lines 40 or 41 - 43. The tram stop you want when travelling towards the town centre is "Schwarzspanierstrasse".
From the east:
Take tram line "D" as far as Schottentor, from there it is one stop with tram lines 37, 38, 40, 41 or 42 ("Schwarzspanierstraße").
From the Airport:
Vienna Airport Lines (Bus)
As far as Schwedenplatz and after that with tram line 1 towards Stefan-Fadinger Platz as far as the Schottentor stop; from there one stop with tram lines 37, 38, 40, 41 or 42 ("Schwarzspanierstraße").
The bus ticket costs € 8.00 + € 2.20 for a single ticket on Vienna public transport.
CAT – City Airport Train (16 minutes into town)
Take the CAT as far as Landstrasse/Vienna Mitte, change to Underground line U4 in the direction of Heiligenstadt. Get off at Schottenring, cross over to the other side of the platform and travel one stop with line U2 towards Karlsplatz (get off at Schottentor/Universität). From there it is one stop with tram lines 37, 38, 40, 41 or 42 ("Schwarzspanierstraße").
The CAT ticket costs € 11.00 + € 2.20 for a single ticket on Vienna public transport.
The reception is open from 7am - 9pm. Guests arriving later should contact the hotel directly for late arrival code.
Credit Card will be pre-authorised up to 1 day prior to arrival.
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 1 Day before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.
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