Marrol's Boutique Hotel Bratislava
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
TravelPod Member ReviewsMarrol's Boutique Hotel Bratislava
Like something out of a James Bond movie with 40s decor. Room was old fashioned but nice and modern at the same time. Hotel staff greet you with Champagne when checking in.
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Today was an early start as we were to do a guided tour at 8:30 of Bratislava.
Bratislava is set picturesquely at the foot of the Carpathian Mountains and is the capital of Slovakia.
Bratislava is dominated by its massive square castle. On our tour we saw the Old Town, where we saw the beautiful St Martin's Cathedral, Michaels' Gate with its 15th century tower, the Main Square, aristocratic palaces, the Baroque Jesuit Church, Roland Fountain representing Knight Rolland and ...
... both informative and funny, although I'm guessing she uses the same stories and jokes twice a day seven days a week. She portrayed the Slovaks as people who like a joke but are also proud to be Slovaks and are repeatedly ****** off by people (including former President Bush) mistaking their country for Slovenia or confusing events that happened during the 'Prague Spring' of 1968 that actually took place in Bratislava, Slovakia and not in the Czech republic. This included the ...
... from Mexico, but those were the whitest Mexican dudes I've ever seen. Must have been an inside joke, because they spoke fluent Slovakian. Maybe they were diplomat kids, but I doubt it. The middle band was an Austrian band I think and dressed like they were from the 80s but played 90's rock and punk. We dance to a few songs, including the ever-present rendition of Jonny Cash's "Ring of Fire."
On Wednesday, we walked to ...
... our guide took us through the older part of the city- pedestrianised smaller streets which were more attractive. The tour ended in the old town so it was time for a beer before we had a look around the cathedral and then made our way back to the boat.
The entertainment after dinner was a folk group. The violinist was great but the singer we could have done ...
... furniture store. Wrong, this place sells everything and up top? There’s a cafeteria, but not just any cafeteria. This is like a full-blown restaurant! I got salmon, potatoes, and vegetables since I’m still not feeing well and wanted to eat light. (Also, in case you ever come to Slovakia. You do not get refills for free unless you are at IKEA or Subway. Not even the McDonalds have ...