Hechsher from: N/A Kashrut level: kosher breakfast upon request
Number of rooms / apartments: 111 Walking distance in MINUTES from closest Synagogue: 7 (N/A) Kosher restaurant: 10 (Alef Alef)
Hotel Stefanie in Vienna is not kosher hotel, but you can get here kosher breakfast upon request. They can provide it for individual tourists and also for groups. The hotel is ideally located in the Jewish quarter of Vienna. You will be close to kosher shops, kosher restaurants and you will find many Jewish people in the streets. Hotel Stefanie is very nice hotel of 4**** standard and has friendly atmosphere.
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"Hotel Stefanie" Posted on 2011-06-13 01:58:10 by Tuvya Comment: Beautiful hotel and a 5 minute walk from shuls, makolet, bakery and milchig restaurant. Kosher breakfast: they bring you cheese and a pastry from the kosher bakery, etc., and some cut vegetables and fruit. Bring to the room! With a carton of chalav yisrael. Really really great and only a 10 minute walk from the center of Vienna. Highly recommend.
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