Nov 24, 2019 - Nov 25, 2019
2 adults - 1 room
Where to stay in Bratislava
Despite its position as one of Europe's smaller capital cities, Bratislava is a city packed with culture, history, tradition, art, entertainment and nightlife.
Located on the banks of the River Danube, the Slovakian capital is a safe and friendly city offering visitors an architecturally rich location to explore. The City Walls and St Michael's Gate date back to the 1300s, while visitors seeking an insight into the history of Bratislava can take a journey through time by taking a tour of the Old Town and the cobblestone streets.
After sunset, the city comes alive with countless live music venues providing a great setting for a great night of fun and entertainment. For those who prefer their entertainment to be more international, the city is also a regular setting for world-class ballet and operatic performances.
Bratislava's public transport network is divided into two zones with the first zone – which covers downtown and most of the city – being the popular choice for visitors. Trams, buses and trolleybuses combine to help tourists see the best parts of this fascinating city. If you plan to explore further afield, you could consider car rental in Bratislava.
Hotels in Bratislava
Located in the heart of historic Bratislava, in the center of cultural and social life, the Roset Boutique Hotel is a five-star luxury hotel just a few minutes from the Danube River and close to the city's most prestigious shopping options. The hotel is also within walking distance of the Natural History Museum and the Blue Church. As well as complimentary Wi-Fi, guests can enjoy a modern spa, hot tub facilities, a sun terrace and a fitness center.
2. Danubia Gate
A popular mid-price hotel in the heart of Bratislava, the Hotel Danubia Gate is close to the Blue Church and the Johann Nepomuk Hummel Museum. A stylish choice and just a five-minute walk from Bratislava's Old Town and the River Danube, the hotel provides guests with complimentary Wi-Fi, laptops on request, a 24-hour fitness center and a traditional restaurant specializing in gourmet Slovak and international cuisine.
3. Film Hotel
A small but cosy budget hotel located in a quiet street in the center of Bratislava, the Film Hotel offers visitors air-conditioned rooms all with a movie theme and complimentary Wi-Fi.
This information is correct as of January 2018
I loved Bratislava castle, food, devin castle, bratislava zoo, people and passage near by danube hotel, river side with boat restaurants. Lovely and affordable place.
Bratislava is a really charming place. Small cobbled streets with plenty of cozy caffes serving delicious food. It offers fantastic sights and plenty of things to do. Danubiana art museum, Bratislava castle, nature around the town just to name a few. Definitely should be on your bucket list. I love coming back.
Nothing special to see, BUT in city center there is a Wine-honey Shop, must taste all of them!
Bratislava is like the red-headed stepchild on the banks of the Danube. It is not as gorgeous as Vienna or as interesting as Budapest, but many river cruises do take a little stopover here. You really don't need to spend more than one or two days here to get a feel for the city. Once you are situated in the center of town, you can pretty much walk everywhere and enjoy what the city has to offer. We loved all the quirky little statues that we found, and the architecture of the old buildings is really beautiful. Bratislava can be easily overlooked, but it is definitely worth a stop on an eastern Europe trip.