How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel West Bratislava
Travel Blogs from Bratislava
... inside was very beautiful and the food was extremely good. I had a wild pork ragout with some mashed bread that was surprisingly good, with a good slovakian beer.
After lunch it was raining quite too much. I went to the old city, trying not getting too wet with my umbrella, but wind was also a problem and the umbrella started turning uspide down. I waited for a while inside a small room in the walls. As in many other places in Bratislava, there was ...
... twin thru the thorn resistant tube. $20 worth and should have held. It didn't, so out with the tools and a replacement tube and the bike was nearly as good as new. Could only manage to get 50psi into the tube with my pump.
We had planned to have a break, so found a cafe and plonked ourselves at a table under the umbrellas. We went all out - open sandwiches, water with gas (Annette), iced coffee with the works (me) and a treat - ...
... to the cities, and eventually the community dwindled. It was easy to imagine the bustling life that filled the streets many years ago. The synagogue was interesting because the walls were painted with the words of prayers and with lovely floral deorations. Upstairs in the women's area was a small museum about Judaism and the history of the synagogue. Connected to this was a house with typical furnishings and artifacts. The first floor of the house was ...
... on the files more until PT arrived. PT is a wonderful guy from Holland and an absolute joy to be around. We shared jellybeans and talked about how we ended up with TWR and various other aspects of life. I really do think that working with him is going to be absolutely fantastic.
After work, I headed to the house to join the family at their son’s soccer game. These kids are amazing! The schools here do ...
... them with precision, all fresh ingredients. But why was she serving it with a shot of water? I know in Germany it's customary to serve coffee with a glass of water so maybe that was it. But when it arrived at the table we realised why. The drink as so thick you had to eat it with a spoon. It was more like chocolate fondue. Heaven. But dried your mouth out so much you needed that shot of water. So if your ever in Bratislava, this place is a must for the chocolate ...