Studio apartment, Wen

UrbanBite Living

Object number: KEGA2
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Welcome to "UrbanBite Living" – a seamlessly designed urban retreat.
Living space
31m²
Maximum occupancy
2 Persons
Complete accommodation help
1 private bathroom 1 Living-Sleepingroom
1. floor
Check-in
15:00 - 00:00
Check-out
00:00 - 11:00

Sleeping options

Living and sleeping

1x Double bed (1,80 m x 2 m)

1x Sofa bed (1 person)

Descripiton of accommodation

Equipment features

Basic equipment
  • Internet/Wifi
  • TV
  • Private washing machine
  • Bedclothes
  • Towels
  • Vacuum cleaner
  • Iron & ironing board
  • Cleaning utensils
  • Hairdryer

First supply
  • Toilet paper
  • shampoo
  • Soap
  • Fridge filling on request

Kitchen
  • Private kitchen
  • Glasses/Tableware
  • Coffee machine
  • Dishwasher

Informations

  • Suitable for construction workers
  • Suitable for children
  • Smoking not allowed
  • Desk/Workplace
  • Pets on request
  • Regular cleaning at extra cost

Infrastructure

U 6 Kettenbrückengasse

The infrastructure at Naschmarkt in Vienna is diverse and well developed. The Naschmarkt is the largest inner-city market in the Austrian capital and has a long tradition that dates back to the 16th century. Here are some aspects of the infrastructure at Naschmarkt:

Market stalls and stalls: The Naschmarkt is known for its numerous market stalls where traders offer a wide range of products. Fresh fruits, vegetables, fish, meat, spices, cheese, sweets and much more are available. The stalls are colorful and invite you to stroll and shop.

Restaurants and cafes: There are a variety of restaurants, cafes and snack bars along the Naschmarkt. Here visitors can taste local and international delicacies. The gastronomic variety ranges from traditional Austrian dishes to exotic specialties.

Infrastructural facilities: The Naschmarkt has modern infrastructure facilities such as sanitary facilities, waste bins and seating. The alleys are generally well maintained, and there are also some parking spaces nearby for easier access for visitors.

Transport connections: The Naschmarkt is centrally located in Vienna and is well connected to the public transport network. Metro stations, buses and trams are nearby, making travel by public transport easier.
Events and markets: In addition to daily operations, events and special markets also take place regularly at the Naschmarkt. These can include seasonal themed markets, craft fairs or culinary festivals.

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