Cheap Hotels in Bratislava
Hotel JURKI Dom is located just 6 km from Bratislava city centre, the main train station, and Bratislava Airport. Guests can use a fitness area and sun bed at the property. All accommodation units at Hotel JURKI Dom have a TV. Whilst most have a private bathroom, some share bathroom facilities. Apartments come with a kitchenette. Hotel Jurki has a restaurant, and private parking is available on site. The nearest bus stop is 200 metres away, and the main bus station can be reached within 4 km.
Located in the business district, Garni G Hotel Bratislava is only 2 km away from the Old Town of Bratislava. It offers rooms with flat-screen cable TVs. Free on-site private parking is provided. The rooms with shared bathrooms are furnished simply with carpet floors and wooden furniture. They all feature a kettle and a refrigerator. Breakfast can be arranged at Garni G Hotel Bratislava. The nearest restaurants and bars serving Slovak dishes are located only 50 metres away. Appollo Business Centre and Bratislava Bus Station are 500 metres away. The historic centre is easily accessible from Trhovisko Mileticova Bus Stop, which is only 100 metres away.
Apartments Presidential Palace are quietly located opposite the Presidential Palace in Bratislava.. Wi-Fi internet access is available free of charge. All apartments have private bathroom and a fully-equipped kitchen. Bed linen and towels are provided free of charge. All sights like the Bratislava Castle, the old town and the Danube River are easily reachable on foot. The property is 300 metres away from St. Michael's Gate, the entrance to the historic centre of Bratislava. Traditional pubs and restaurants can be found in the vicinity. A supermarket is 30 metres from the Apartments Presidential Palace.
The Uninova offers simply furnished rooms with free internet connection and is 2 km from the Rača Train Station. On-site wellness facilities include a gym, a sauna, and a hot tub. The bus stops just 50 metres from the hostel and continues into the centre of Bratislava, 11 km away. The rooms have access to bathroom facilities shared by 2 neighbouring rooms. Guests can also make use of cooking facilities located on each floor of the Uninova Hostel. Popular summertime activities include the scenic lakes of Vajnorske and Zlaté Piesky, found within 3 km of the building. The motorway to Vienna can be accessed 2 km from the hostel and it is 7 km from the airport.
Hotel Remy is situated only 2 km from Bratislava Airport and conveniently located near the D1 highway exit. It offers free internet access and guarded parking for a small fee. All rooms of the Remy provide a bathroom, satellite TV and a fridge upon request. The Bratislava Shopping Palace, a shopping centre, is just opposite of Hotel Remy. The large lake resort Zlate Piesky, where open-air music festivals take place several times a year, is 200 metres away. The tram and bus stop leading into the city centre can be reached within 70 metres.
Penzión Vilo is located in a quiet residential area, 1 km from the historic centre of Bratislava. It offers free Wi-Fi throughout the property, as well as free private parking. All simply furnished rooms come with a private bathroom with shower. Amenities include a TV. In addition to a fully equipped common kitchen, guests can make use of the terrace featuring a barbecue. Darts and table tennis facilities are also available. The nearest grocery store can be reached within 100 metres. Budkova Pizzeria, is 200 metres away. Restaurants, bars and cafes can be found in the city centre, 700 metres away from Vilo. The Main Railway Station is 2.2 km away. Bratislava Airport is 14 km away. An airport pick-up can be organised upon request and at a surcharge.
Right in the heart of Bratislava's Old Town between Saint Michael's Gate and the Main Square, the Old City Hotel offers free Wi-Fi at the reception area. All rooms are non-smoking and are equipped with tea and coffee making facilities, a TV and a DVD player upon request. A fridge, a telephone and a fax machine are available at the 24-hour reception, where you can also find a smoking area. There is also a coffee corner with a coffee and tea maker. Guests can relax in the café on site. There is a pub with a terrace on the ground floor as well. Many restaurants can be found in the immediate vicinity of the Old City Hotel.
Situated in a historical building, Apartments Historical Centre are situated directly in the Old Town, only 5-minute walk from Bratislava's Main Square. Apartments have access to a quiet green yard. Free WiFi is provided. All apartments and studios have a well equipped private kitchen, a private bathroom and a satellite TV. Guests can also enjoy complimentary tea and coffee in all rooms. Linen and towels are provided free of charge. All sights including Bratislava Castle, the Presidential Palace and the National Opera are easily reachable on foot. Numerous restaurants and pubs, also serving breakfast, are located in the surroundings of the Apartments Historical Centre. A supermarket is located nearby.
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Our hotel is situated on the Zlata Noha hill in the Koliba district. It is a tranquil area with natural surroundings and a beautiful panoramic view of the city. The nearby forest is an enticing prospect and the Little Carpathian mountain range is a favourite with tourists, particularly locals. The area is popular during the ski season; there is a new funicular; but the south-eastern side features vineyards and in the north there are many castles, ruins and Driny, a public limestone cave. We recommend you use our excellent transport links to access the city centre; there is a bus stop only 50 metres from our residence. Besides the famous Danube River, the city contains many attractions such as the Slovak National Museum and the National Gallery. The historic centre features many architectural styles including Gothic, Arte Nouveau and Baroque. Come visit Bratislava, the city of many cultures.
Bordered by Štrkovec Lake, Nivy offers accommodation, with spa treatments at an additional fee, in the residential Ružinov area. Central Bratislava can be reached in 15 minutes by public transport, thanks to bus and train stops located 250 metres away. Relaxing treatments at the on-site spa include hot and cold pools, aromatic and infra-red saunas, a Turkish hamman and a hot tub. A well-equipped gym with cardio and fitness machines is also available. Rooms at the Hotel Nivy are all equipped with free Wi-Fi access and TVs with satellite channels. They open out on to private balconies and include en-suite bathrooms. Traditional Slovak specialities and vegetarian receipts are served at the restaurant. Dishes are prepared using local poultry, fish and game, as well as fresh and seasonal vegetables for vegetarian guests.
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Hotels in Bratislava
Bratislava is the capital and largest city of Slovakia, a small country in central Europe. With a history dating back to ancient times, as well as a stunning location on the banks of the River Danube and River Morava, Bratislava offers an excellent alternative and inexpensive European city break.
Historic heart and stomach
Bratislava has a remarkably intact medieval heart and it is here where your journey to understand the city's past must begin. The Old Town is quite small and can be easily explored on foot in a day. Probably the most enjoyable way to connect with a culture is via the stomach, and the Old Town is where you will find many of Bratislava's best traditional restaurants and bars.
If you're in to Central European cuisine â€“ lots of stews and dumplings â€“ then you will be in heaven. The Slovak national dish is called bryndzovÃ© haluÅ¡ky, which are basically small dumplings filled with meat and cheese. Don't worry about trying to pronounce them. If you say â€˜dumpling' most vendors will understand what you mean. The best place to get these interesting delicacies is PraÅ¡nÃ¡ baÅ¡ta in the Old Town, just off Michalska Street.
For those not up to the garlicky challenge of Slovak cuisine, Pizza Mizza, also in the Old Town, serves up gigantic and delicious pizzas to queues of hungry locals. If you want a more formal sit-down, and love meat, Carnevalle, just round the corner, offers excellent food from around the world. Unfortunately for vegetarians, Slovak cuisine is heavily meat-orientated. However, the more traditional Pressburger restaurants will offer many sumptuous vegetable-based soups and broths.
Beer lovers will adore Bratislava's many bars and microbreweries serving up refreshing glasses of tasty Slovak beer. Some of the best of these bars are in the Old Town, so after a hot meal pop into Kristian on Michalska Street to whet your palette. Other great spots include Bar Parada and AeroPressoDepresso, where you can have a merry old time for mere pocket change.
Castles and UFOs
Now we've got the important part out of the way, let's talk about Bratislava's achingly beautiful old buildings. Bratislava Castle looms over the Old Town and, after years of restoration, is well worth the trek up the hill. Just behind the castle is the SlavÃn Monument, built in honour of the Soviet dead who lost their lives liberating the city from Nazi rule. This is the highest point in the city and affords the best views over Bratislava, so stand here and admire the stunning vista.
As you amble back in to town, check out the awesomely gothic St. Martin's Cathedral, which was built in 1204. The cathedral was the coronation church of Hungarian kings for centuries and after seeing it for yourself, you will understand why it was picked for such occasions.
When the sun begins to set, make sure you walk across the surreal SNP Bridge that crosses the mighty Danube. The bridge has a rather unsightly flying saucer-shaped structure growing out of it. However, don't be deterred. The structure houses the aptly named UFO restaurant, which has an observation deck on its roof. From here you will find the best views of the Old Town, which at night you may mistake for a fantastical old world.
If you are visiting Bratislava around Christmas, which is a big deal in the city, then the Christmas Market, held throughout December, is unmissable. There are traditional foods for sale, chocolate, wine and lovingly made trinkets. It really is a fairytale sight.
However, Bratislava is not just for Christmas. The exciting and scenic city has fun for all the family the year round. Unlike its flashier fellow European capitals, it is cheap and less crowded, so book one of our Bratislava hotels today.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Bratislava
What are the most booked hotels in Bratislava?According to our booking data, the most booked hotels in Bratislava are Devin Hotel, Bastion apartments and Penzion Gremium.
What is the lowest price for a double room in Bratislava?The lowest price for a double room in Bratislava is £22.
If I want to stay in the center of Bratislava, which hotels shall I consider?If you want to stay near the center of Bratislava, you can consider staying at Arcadia Boutique Hotel, Contactless Key-Box Check-in Apartments by Ambiente and Pension Petit.
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