How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Zatoka Senec
Travel Blogs from Senec
... the cheese is perfectly balanced with salty and savory, and the bacon…ooo the bacon. It’s not crunchy. It’s not squishy. It’s just…wow. I can’t describe it. I just know I could eat a pound of it by myself. The dish is very rich, though, so I couldn’t finish it, but Juraj couldn’t have been happier about that. Haha!
After lunch, we went for a walk (which is a habit I am ...
... in Slovak and I would be totally lost the entire time. Then I felt even more nervous when we stopped and picked up three more people. Guess what though? They all spoke English! I quickly bonded with Abby (an Australian who has lived in Slovakia for three years) and for the rest of the night I was practically her shadow. (Hope it wasn’t too annoying for you!)
The second awesome moment was when we walked up to ...
Today we went to Bratislava which is the capital and largest city of Slovakia. The thing that is interesting about this city is that it is right on the border of Slovakia and Austria, which is unusual for a capital.
Here we went on a two hour tour of the city where we visited another Castle and a park that is actually a cemetery for fallen soldiers. Apparently people are not aware that there are dead bodies buried under the grass because it is a popular ...
... navigate my way through the streets from her apartment to the major thoroughfare that would lead me to the SND (Slovakian National Ballet Theatre) where she worked. On leaving the apt it was a question of ‘did she say left or right’ take a guess & at the next corner again I couldnt recall which way. Needless to say a 5-10min stroll turned into a frustrating 45 minute walk to what seemed like nowhere. Visit #3 was just the perfect amount ...
... recommended. It is on top of a department store and the entrance is just a door next to a kabob stand. As we were walking there, these drunk Norwegian guys between the ages of 28 and 45 came up to us looking for a place to go. They were awesome. They tagged along and we went to the club/bar. The club was on the top floor and the bar was on the roof. It was pretty big. I liked it up there. The Norwegian guys ended up being owners of the Norwegian equivalent of USA's Toys R Us. One ...