The 3-star hotel in Bratislava like Apart Hotel Villas Ivica offers reasonable rates at 74US$. If you prefer a more budget-friendly choice, Hyde Park Hostel is situated only a 5-minute walk away from the center of Bratislava. Aviator Garni Hotel Bratislava is an affordable option that is 2.1 miles from Prievoz. Budget travelers will find a number of hostels like Hostel Narva tucked away in Raca district of the city.
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If you want to be centrally situated on your trip to Bratislava, then stay at Apart Hotel Virgo, which is just 5 minutes' walking distance to the city center. Fukas Apartments Anenska and Apartment Residence are good apartments that will place you within a 10-minute walk of the city center. Vila Ria is a great place to stay while visiting Podunajske Biskupice district.
For a hostel near Cumil, consider booking a room at Hostel Mansard. If you are interested in discovering some of Bratislava's sights, then select a hotel next to In Utero, such as Albrecht situated a 10-minute walk away.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Bratislava
If you are in Bratislava for leisure and want to stay at a 4-star luxury hotel, consider staying at Nh Bratislava Gate One in Ruzinov district. In Bratislava Old Town district of Bratislava, you will find a collection of boutique hotels, including Falkensteiner Hotel Bratislava or Roset Boutique Hotel with some fantastic deals. If you're looking for comfort and reliable service, book the 4-star Baronka.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
There are 15 budget apartments such as Penzion Jarka for avid travelers. Apartments Presidential Palace is a standard B&B that is a 20-minute walk from K-An 1. If you want to be near Teatro Wüstenrot, pick Hotel Set, which is a good option for families and just a 10-minute walk away. If you are looking for a comfy resort hotel in Bratislava, consider Hotel Remy, which is also within 5 minutes' walking distance of Shopping Palace.
City Guide: Discover the best of Bratislava
Your experience of Bratislava depends on what you focus in the city.
You may devote yourself to the communist heritage of the city, go back a few centuries to the times of the knight’s round tables and old castles or capture the essence of modern Bratislava.
While your experience of Bratislava depends on you, Booked.net can take care of your stay in the city. From a cheap hotel in Bratislava to luxury offers all available with maps, photos and secure forms at our website.
Bratislava changes before your eyes. You may spend a weekend strolling around its institutional housing blocks and spacious boulevards, but the next day Bratislava will be totally different. Its tiny pedestrian streets, old coffee houses and medieval castles share space with modern skyscrapers.
You should experience both modern Bratislava and how it used to be on your sightseeing tour. Attractions include;
St Martin's Cathedral, the largest Gothic cathedral and the oldest church in Bratislava
St Clare's Church, a gothic church in the historical heart of the city
Roland Fountain, the first fountain in Bratislava built by stonecutter Andreas Luttringer
Grassalkovich Palace, a baroque summer palace serving as a seat of the President of Slovakia
The Church of St Elisabeth, a beautiful Jugendstil church from 1913
Bratislava is not only a draw for culture buffs, but its attractions have as much to do with the glory of its world-famous former residents. For example, Andy Warhol, pop artist is from the region, while the inventor of the first parachute Stefan Banic is native to Bratislava.
Today Bratislava is home to 431,000 people, employed in high-tech industries and the automobile business. Despite being the second smallest by population and area, Bratislava is regarded as the wealthiest hub in Slovakia. This makes Bratislava nothing like the rest of the country as its Gross Domestic product is three times higher than the rest of Slovakia.
But Bratislava is much more than an industrial hub, but a city with long history. It thrived mainly on its strategic position that led to Bratislava becoming a wine trade city under Roman rule. When the Hungarians captured the area, Bratislava continued to sustain itself through trade until Sigismund of Luxembourg lifted it to the prominence of a big commercial hub. The 19th century brought changes to the city with new navigation systems on the Danube River and huge economic growth. The abolishment of slavery supported the development of the economy in the city. Between the world wars the city kept blossoming and also became a draw for scientists and scholars until Hitler’s troops captured the city. But after the American bombing, Bratislava joined the Soviet forces in 1945.
History, architecture and people blend together to make Bratislava like nothing else in Slovakia. You can understand this charming city for yourself only on your trip there with Booked.net.