Accommodation in Slovakia
First Time Guide to Slovakia by Elmo Populous
Slovakia is a fantastic
holiday destination with beautiful scenery, great food and interesting
attractions. The low cost of living also makes it a sensible choice in
the current economic climate. From the High Tatras mountain range to Danube
valley meadows, the landscape will not leave you disappointed. It is the
sheer diversity of a Slovakian holiday which is the real selling point.
Enjoy gastronomic delights in Bratislava, visit medieval towns and ski
or hike in the mountains. Slovakia has so much to offer it would be impossible
to fit it all into one trip so this article helps pick out the best attractions
for your first visit... read more
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Dukla Bratislava Hotel
Apollo Hotel Bratislava
has been providing traditional, high-level quality service for years. It
ranks among the strongest and best hotels on the four-star hotel market.
The hotel has gradually undergone a complete reconstruction in a classical
style and is constantly undergoing a process of modernization. It is located
in the newly created business centre in Bratislava, about 10 minutes away
from the historical city centre, and in a prominent location on the freshly
reconstructed Dulovo Námestie (Dulovo Square). The hotel is easily
accessible from all the major roads and transport connections and Bratislava’s
newest bridge across the Danube River, the Apollo Bridge, will lead you
directly to the hotel.
Hotel William Bratislava
Art Hotel William is situated
in the heart of Slovakia's capital city. Art Hotel William is a very modern
hotel with a façade in keeping with the 1930's style of the surrounding
architecture, the hotel is in an area of the city known as the Old Market.
Art Hotel William has a unique combination of a classic historical style
mixed with modern and luxurious equipment. Both business and leisure commuters
are welcome at EA Art Hotel William. EA Art Hotel William is equipped with
excellent conference and meeting facilities fitted with state of the art
meeting services. The hotel is also equipped with a wonderful restaurant
providing mouth-watering national and international cuisine, sure to impress
even the most discerning commuter. Art Hotel William's central location
in the historical section of the Slovak capital city makes it a fantastic
base from which to explore all the city has to offer.
Crowne Plaza Bratislava
the best hotel in Bratislava takes pride in representing the young, upcoming
city of Bratislava, located only 35 minutes from Vienna Airport and just
minutes away from Bratislava Airport.The best hotel in Bratislava benefits
from a prime location in the historical city center - Old Town of Bratislava,
with an immediate access to all the main business centers in Bratislava
as well as the rail station. The mind calming wellness center offers a
variety of massages, sauna, fitness center and an indoor swimming pool.
14 modern conference and meeting rooms equipped to the highest technical
level enables every kind of conference, meeting or reception to take place.
You will find it all in the best meeting hotel in Bratislava. During
your stay with us try our Euro-Asian specialties in the calming ambient
surroundings of the Fusion restaurant.
The modern city and business
Hotel Premium in Bratislava is conveniently located in the Ruzinov business
district, close to Bajkalska street and just 15 minutes away from the city
centre. The Premium can accommodate functions and events for up to
88 persons, featuring an air-conditioned congress hall and a business centre.
Additional facilities of this four-star hotel include a stylish and modern
restaurant and a lobby bar as well as a wellness centre with whirlpool
for 2 persons, sauna and tepidarium. The modern hotel rooms, the
business facilities and the excellent location make hotel Premium a good
choice for business travellers.
Blu Sas Carlton Hotel, Bratislava
Radisson Blu Carlton is
a traditional top-class hotel recently reconstructed by a chain operator.
It is one of the poshest hotels in the city in one of its primest locations,
in the middle of the picturesque Old Town. Radisson Blu Carlton is
less than a minute from the Slovak National Theatra Opera House and just
about a minute from the Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmony. The
Radisson Blu Carlton is in a very safe area, there are restaurants, caffes
and cake shops nearby. The hotel is accessible by public transport and
most of Bratislava's historical attractions are located within walking
distance. Many businesses (especially international) are also located
in the downtown of Bratislava and are thus walking distance from the Carlton.
Hotel & Residence, Bratislava
Located in the pedestrianised
area of the Old Town and on the most popular Michalska Street, our downtown
hotel is an ideal starting point for all your business or leisure plans.
Each of our 20 guestrooms is designed to meet your accommodation needs
in Bratislava. We offer a unique blend of guestrooms, suites and apartments
for tourists, business travellers or expats. All rooms have double beds
which may be separated into twin beds on request. We offer a unique residential
ambience in our property and therefore we are suitable for long stays as
well. We offer 10 old-town fully furnished and equipped apartments and
we provide special rates on request, if a stay exceeds 2 weeks.
First Time Guide to Slovakia by Elmo Populous
is a fantastic holiday destination with beautiful scenery, great food and
interesting attractions. The low cost of living also makes it a sensible
choice in the current economic climate. From the High Tatras mountain range
to Danube valley meadows, the landscape will not leave you disappointed.
It is the sheer diversity of a Slovakian holiday which is the real selling
point. Enjoy gastronomic delights in Bratislava, visit medieval towns and
ski or hike in the mountains. Slovakia has so much to offer it would be
impossible to fit it all into one trip so this article helps pick out the
best attractions for your first visit.
Bratislava wears the scars
of many Eastern European cities but there is much more to the city than
meets the eye. In particular, the city is famous for its gourmet culture
and has an astonishing array of international cuisine at a variety of prices.
If you wish to splash out, Camouflage is an expensive but outstanding restaurant
with original Andy Warhol pictures hanging on the war. The food and service
are superb and delivered in sophisticated surroundings. Alternatively,
the Modrá Hviezda will give you a taste of traditional local cuisine
a very reasonable price.
You could then get out of
the city and head to Banská Štiavnica, a UNESCO-protected former
mining town set in beautiful countryside. It is particularly worth visiting
for the Holy Trinity Column, a daunting red marble structure. The "Clapper
Tower" is also a popular attraction as it stems from the town's mining
history and gives a sense of its previous purpose. Banská Štiavnica's
background of the High Tatras provides a huge adrenaline rush and those
who attempt the challenging hikes up the mountains are rewarded with awe
Slovakia can be easily reached
by air, with most international visitors flying into Bratislava or Košice
airports. If you are travelling from the continent, Slovakia also has reliable
rail connections with Austria, Hungary, Poland and the Czech Republic,
most of which terminate in Bratislava. For a more scenic route, you can
take the hydrofoil and travel from Budapest or Vienna to Bratislava along
the Danube. A key part of organising any holiday is travel insurance. In
particular, if you plan to visit the mountain region for skiing, make sure
you get a good deal on ski travel insurance.
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