There are plenty of hotels and other accommodation in Bratislava although they fill up easily on busy dates. The properties listed here may be reserved through our partner website BratislavaGuide.com.
Five-star hotels in BratislavaBratislava's first five-star hotel is the Hotel Arcadia, located on the edge of the pedestrian zone of the Old Town in a delicately restored medieval building.
Two large five-stars, Kempinski and Sheraton, reside on the bank of the river Danube.
A small boutique-style five-star Albrecht is located in the residential part above the castle hill.Four-star hotels in Bratislava There are some top-class centrally located hotels available, some of them situated directly in the Old Town. Luxurious Hotel Marroll's is situated on Tobrucka street near Comenius University and was completely rebuilt a few years ago. Hotel Radisson Blu Carlton is a larger hotel in historical landmark and features an impressive Presidential Suite. Hotel Devin situated very close to the Carlton offers tradition mixed with post-functionalist architecture. Hotel Crowne Plaza, the recently rebuilt former government Hotel Forum, is one of the top choices, short walk from the pedestrian zone.
The Park Inn Hotel Danube overlooking both Danube and Hviezdoslavovo square is a hotel built in modern style, easily spotted from far by its blue windows.
Art Hotel William is a designer hotel with modern furnishings in an art deco building with a shopping arcade in the Old Town. Botel Marina is the only four-star hotel on boat, offering unique atmosphere combined with good services.
Other four-star hotels outside of the city centre are Hotel Apollo, a top ranked business hotel (on Dulovo square in a quiet neighborhood), Aston Business Hotel in Bajkalska business district with large designer rooms, nearby Hotel Holiday Inn (both accessible mainly by car).
Hotel No. 16 is a family-run hotel in Palisady quarter, offering privacy in calm neighbourhood, Antares is a friendly business hotel nearby, Best Western Hotel West (situated near Kamzik TV Tower almost in Carpatian forests) and the unique manor Hotel Kamila (owned by Slovak actress and located in small village Cierna Voda close to Bratislava).
Bratislava three-star hotels Three-star hotels range from cheaper ones offering good value for money and more expensive trying to attract average four-star hotel guests.
Hotel Jurki is the cheapest three-star hotel accessible by car and located close to the main highway to Trnava, Trencin, Zilina and so on. Hotel Adonis is ideal for cyclists as it is close to Danube and some biking paths run beside it. City Hotel Bratislava is a hotel built during communism offering standard services but working hard to upgrade its facilities and image.
Hotel Tatra is traditional centrally located business hotel that has recently undergone an expansion of rooms and upgrade of its congress facilities. Botel Gracia is the longest serving boat hotel, very centrally anchored. Hotel Ibis belongs to the Accor Hotels chain and is located near the tram tunnel under castle hill, ideal for business visitors who want to stay downtown for a reasonable price.
Another business Hotel Blue with two locations, one near Polus City Center shopping mall and in the vicinity of sporting grounds, the other near the Apollo Business Center in Prievozska. When looking for more unique atmosphere, try the newly built Hotel Set offering delicious English tea. Hotel Echo is suitable for both business and family travelers and also close to football and hockey stadiums.
Two-star hotels Hotels marked with two stars often offer both decent accommodation and good value for money. Take Hotel Kyjev as an example, it is located directly downtown and if lucky, you could see perfect scenic view of Bratislava (Hotel Kyjev is quite a tall building). Since it belongs to larger hotels, its capacity makes it good for groups and stags. Hotel UVS is located in green neighbourhood not far from downtown.
Hotel Turist is nice two-star hotel in Ruzinov part, close to both ice-hockey stadiums. Two hotels located out of downtown are Hotel Remy and Hotel Rapid. Hotel Rapid is perfect for sport groups and even offers rental of football ground.
One-star Bratislava hotels The only one-star hotel in Bratislava is Hotel Plus. Despite being at the city boundaries, it is easily accessible by public transport and even has direct lines from Train station.
Other hotels in Bratislava Hotel Zvarac offer very decent accommodation and is accessible by public transport (both trams and buses).
Bratislava pensions Pensions are often popular for being small and friendly and cheaper than regular hotels. Pensions Stevan and BGC are located in Petrzalka part of Bratislava.
Hostels in Bratislava Downtown Hostel Backapacker's is cheap and friendly hostel situated directly downtown as declared by its name. Good for smaller groups and young travelers. There is also a newly opened Hostel Patio located at Spitalska street and the City Hostel on Obchodna, which unlike its competitors offers ensuite facilities in all rooms.
Bratislava apartments There are lot of both short-term and long-term apartments available. Most of them are situated in the Old Town and equipped by cable TV, phone, washing machine, oven or microwave. Some of them also provide internet access. The number of Bratislava apartments on offer is growing at a fast rate.
The newest addition is the Apartment Hotel Residence Sulekova located on the castle hill in calm green residential area, yet still very close to the Bratislava's Old Town and accessible both by car and public transportation.
You can find selection of apartments available at Hviezdoslavovo square, Kollarovo square, Jedlikova, Vajanskeho, Janackova, Klemensova, Lazaretska or Grosslingova street. Apartments in Bratislava are nicely furnished and offer more privacy and are suitable for families or individuals. Discounts are often available for longer stays. For the most extensive selection of apartments, we recommend the Bratislava Apartments section of our partner website BratislavaGuide.com.
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