The apartment was quite big, which gave us space to spread out for the first time in a few days which was nice. Looking at the fire map not all rooms were this big. The room was clean, apart from some evidence of food in the sink but everything else was clean. There was a safe to store valuables in and the bathroom was spacious and well equipped but no freebies. There was a good sized fridge with a freezer drawer. In terms of location, we were a 5 minute walk from the nearest tube station and directly across from a big supermarket (not open Sundays) . We would recommend buying a Vienna City Card for the duration of your stay purely for the free public transport it provides, although we also estimated we saved around 15€ each over 3 days from the money off it gets you at tourist attractions and restaurants. The apartments do have a funny feel about them, we think they’re more like serviced apartments with some long term residents rather than a hotel. There is no check in desk or reception - instead you enter through electronic doors (we were lucky and piggy backed someone else but if you arrive on your own we understand there is a specific way of getting through the front door which involves using a bank card which is different to the one you paid with! Once inside there is a digital check in screen which you complete and it spits out your room cards which then give you access. The screen was actually quite simple to use and came in different languages.