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Monday - Sunday 3pm - 1am

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Dachboden
Lerchenfelder Strasse 1-3
1070 Vienna

 

p +43 15 21 51 0
wien@25hours-hotels.com

 

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Dachboden

Great view, great atmosphere.

The Dachboden is a mixture of beach bar and parliament cafeteria. Only no sand, or neckties. Besides different brands of soft drinks, there is always a selection of Austrian wines and of course a decent offering of beer and long drinks. The loft isn't meant for a full dining experience. Although, you can always get a piece of homemade cake or some quiches.

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