Hi everyone, I want to make sure whoever is considering coming here is aware of all experiences at Pension Erlaa, especially if it’s your first time visiting Vienna. I came with my grandmother who had visited Vienna before about 6 years ago, we are from the U.S, she’s 78 years old now. There are sensor lights in the lobby that ended up turning on as my grandmother fell going down the stairs near the entrance (it was dark outside already). We turned on the lights in the hall and there was some lighting in the stair well- the lights turn on and off- even when going up the stairs too if it’s not sensing motion as you’re walking. Therefore, it’s a major potential for physical injury that Pension Erlaa needs to take responsibility for. No elevator either as you can see in their description. Anyways, management got defensive when we asked to leave and get a full refund. We had only been there for about 3 hours or so in total, so we didn’t even spend one night. No towels, we asked twice- you have to go down the stair well to ring a bell to get assistance. They were very rude, raising their voices- especially a man who kept interfering, cursing in German. We called our booking company and were only given only 2 nights refund for our 8 night stay per the decision given by Pension Erlaa. We left not only due to the poor treatment by staff, but also due to our events being far away for my grandmother to walk on a swollen ankle and now needing a hotel with an elevator.