No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Bratislava
Travel Blogs from Bratislava
... day of inland cycling...it was actually only 9 km from Devin (Austria) to Brataslavia (Slovakia) by boat...we did a much wider mainly inland track. I am surprised we didn't get lost as the trail is quite a complicated route. We are given briefings each night to explain the route which I now realise is essential. After showers we wandered into the Old town of Brataslavia ...we had no expectations but were all pleasantly surprised at the beauty ...
... have their own farm in the country that produces some of the ingredients for their dishes- organic and old school ingredients. Jim ordered some hearty cabbage soup and I had potato dumplings with bacon and sheep cheese, along with a pint of Slovak beer each. All this for under 10 euros and we were both full. It was great, with a relaxed pub atmosphere- there were several different rooms you could go into, each with a different traditional Slovak theme. After feeling up, we started ...
... thank goodness). Dinner was this potato pasta thing with goats cheese and cubed fried pork fat, it was pretty yummy. And the play was interesting too. It was kind of abstract and 'modern'. It started with the characters learning about the death of three priests during a guided your of Bratislava. They had been tortured to death by army soldiers in the 1600s for their beliefs. Anyway, then the characters became the members of a theatre group putting on a play about this story. But ...
I've been using so much advise from the website www.seat61.com. Mark Smith went from managing London railway to running the website. He says that plane is a 'glorified teleport' that 'detracts from the experience of travel. I think we've almost created a mode of travel that narrows the mind. On a train you can see every blade of grass passing the window; you get a feeling it the ...
... see not just the part that constitutes the 'old town' but also the entire south side of the river which is all old Communist housing. Block after block of it. In former Communist countries as time goes by and evidence of the past gradually disappears, some of the last remnants are usually the buildings. A conversation later in the day confirmed what I'd suspected: south of the river nothing has changed. It's all as it was pre-1989.
Since Hong Kong I've been ...