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TravelPod Member ReviewsBotel Marina Bratislava
I was skeptical at first but after checking in I realized that this place was awesome! Nice clean room, free WiFi internet, and a free breakfast buffet, all with a great view of the river and within walking distance to downtown Bratislava. And for $33/night you can't beat it.
They had a bar and restaurant on the boat, so since I was exhausted from traveling all day I just decided to lay low and grab a bite to eat there. Little did I know that I had stumbled upon the ONLY INDIAN RESTAURANT in Bratislava. I love Indian food! But again I was skeptical. After all, how good could an Indian restaurant in the middle of nowhere Slovakia be? It turns out, REALLY GOOD! And cheap too!
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