Vienna Wombat’s The Lounge Hostel Review

30 July, 2009

Vienna Wombat’s the Lounge Hostel

Wombat’s is the choice for most backpackers in Vienna. The interior is a rainbow of pastel colours which immediately liven up the reception, bar, corridors and rooms. We stayed there for 2 nights in a 4-bed ensuite room.  The environment in the hostel was friendly and at the same time secure.  You are issued with keycards which grant you access to a cluster of 4-5 rooms and also your room.  There are also lockers provided in the room – big enough to put your backpacks in.

Wombat Hostel Vienna

There are lifts here too – so no heavy lifting + the hostel is just a 5-min walk from the Westbahnhof U-Bahn and also the Westbahnhof international train terminal (convenient for us since we need to leave quite early : 6am)

You get a free welcome drink for your stay at the basement bar which is very happening but don’t worry – the noise did not reach our rooms so we had a good night sleep too.

There are 2 branches of Wombat’s Hostel in Vienna -the Base and the Lounge (where we stayed).  The Base is further from Westbahnhof compared to the Lounge.

Facility at wombat

We rate Vienna Wombat’s The Lounge Hostel:

  • Location (5-min walk from nearest metro):                                        5/5
  • Facilities (free Wi-Fi at reception & basement, basement bar):  4.5/5
  • Staff (very helpful):                                                                                        4.5/5
  • Cleanliness:                                                                                                           4/5
  • Value (only 21 Euros/pax/night):                                                           4.5/5

More information can be found on Vienna Wombat’s The Lounge Hostel website.

Map of Vienna Wombat’s The Lounge Hostel

Zhiqiang & Tingyi

Comments (8)

  • kelvinReply

    30 July, 2009 at 8:45 pm

    this hostel is quite nice, basically has everything:)
    .-= kelvin´s last blog ..夠愛mv. =-.

    • ZhiqiangReply

      30 July, 2009 at 9:04 pm

      @kelvin, indeed its very well-equipped and most importantly very good location!

  • Book HostelsReply

    18 August, 2009 at 11:50 am

    Next time I’m in Austria, I’ll have to check them out – looks great and extremely clean which is definitely what you want when staying in another country.

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  • Choosing the Right Accommodation For Your Trip | Singapore Travel BlogReply

    22 December, 2010 at 11:06 pm

    […] comfortable and luxurious, we soon discovered that it wasn’t. The slightly bizarrely named Wombat’s Lounge Hostel in Vienna, on the other hand, was friendly and welcoming, and was one of our top-rated accommodation spots. […]

  • johnny ongReply

    9 March, 2011 at 1:13 am

    highly recommended hotel? if yes, i’m booking this as well.
    what abt the larger luggage which u cldn’t fit into the locker?
    was it safe to leave it besides yr bed esp for me who’s travelling alone?

    • TingyiReply

      9 March, 2011 at 9:28 pm

      Hi Johnny, this is a hostel not a hotel. Our luggage could not fit into the locker but we do not need to worry about it being stolen as we have booked a room for 4 of us.

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