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These comfortable and affordable Serviced apartments in Austria are ideally situated just 15km from the centre of Vienna and within easy reach of Wien-Schwechat Airport. Being situated on the doorstep of the Danube-Auen National Park as well as Austria's primary city, these Vienna apartments are a great choice for business or leisure.
Das Reinisch Apartments feature a choice of cosy studio or two bedroom options, fully equipped with the essentials and with the additional benefit of access to facilities at the nearby Das Reinisch Vienna Airport Hotel, making them an ideal selection for your Vienna accommodation needs.
Located in Schwechat-Mannswröth, Das Reinisch Apartments are just 15km from the centre of Vienna and on the edge of the Danube-Auen National Park. Vienna is Austria's primary city and offers a broad range of cultural and historical attractions. Vienna is also renowned for its distinguished cafés where it is claimed the process of filtering coffee was invented.
There is a restaurant located at the nearby Das Reinisch Hotel which is open at lunch and dinner for á la carte dining.
Das Reinisch Apartments are located just 4km form Wien-Schwechat Airport and offers motorway links to the A1 and A2 as well as the Ostaubahn, making it a great base from which to explore Vienna and the surrounding region.
Suitable for one or two people these studio apartments consist of a combined living and sleeping area with a double bed, fully fitted kitchen and a bathroom with either a shower or bath.
Sleeps 2 | Bathrooms 1 | Breakfast type: Room Only
Suitable for up to three people these two bedroom apartments feature one bedroom with a double bed and a second bedroom containing a single bed. There is also a spacious living area as well as a fully fitted kitchen and a bathroom with shower or bath.
Sleeps 3 | Bathrooms 2 | Breakfast type: Room Only
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