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Hotels in Bratislava

Bratislava is the capital of Slovakia and the largest city in the country. Boasting a population of almost 415,000 inhabitants, the city serves as the administrative, cultural, and economic seat of the country. Bratislava is known for its distinctly medieval feel, with narrow, winding streets that lead up to a hill-top castle overlooking the beautiful river Danube.

Where to Stay in Bratislava

Bratislava is divided into 17 districts. The city centre, known by locals as Old Town, is characterized by its two town squares: Hlavne namestie ("main square") and Hviezdoslavovo namestie ("Hviezdoslav square"). Most visitors choose to stay in this area of the city, close to popular tourist attractions such as the Slovak National Gallery (SNG) and Danubia Art Museum. Here, you'll find a wide variety of accommodations to suit any budget or need, including a few major chain hotels. Another area that is growing in popularity is the Petržalka district, which is situated across the Danube, just south of the city centre. Here, you'll find a good selection of reasonably priced 3- and 4- star hotels offering Western-style lodging -- particularly in the area around Petržalka train station.

Cheap Hotels in Bratislava

The cheapest accommodations in Bratislava are offered by the city's numerous youth and backpackers' hostels. Many of them are situated in the heart of the city, placing guests within steps of the city's most popular tourist sites. A few good hostels to consider are: Patio Hostel, which is conveniently located near the train and bus stations, and provides private rooms, free WiFi, and laundry facilities; Hostel Juraj, which offers free transport from the train station and places guests within a 15-minute walk of the city centre, and Hostel Blues, which is centrally located and offers dormitory beds from just $25 per night.

Further budget accommodations in Bratislava are available through the several hotels strewn around the city centre. They include Old City Hotel, Hotel tourist, and Garni G Hotel -- all of which offer reliable, comfortable accommodations for under $40 per night.

Mid-Range Hotels in Bratislava

Travellers on a modest budget will find accommodations in Bratislava to be very reasonable, with even 4-star hotels offering rooms for under $100 per night. A few good hotels to consider in the city centre are Hotel Brix, which features sophisticated interiors, an onsite restaurant serving international dishes, a seasonal terrace, and 2-bedroom suites; the palatial Radisson Blu Carlton, which offers modern rooms and suites, a fitness centre, and a library-style cocktail lounge with a fireplace; and Loft Hotel, where guests enjoy posh décor with exposed brick ceilings, a seasonal terrace, and a cozy onsite brasserie.

Luxury Hotels in Bratislava

Those looking to be spoiled during their stay in Bratislava need look no further than Marrol's Boutique Hotel, which is located in the city centre and provides spectacular views of the Danube. Guest rooms at this hotel feature opulent interiors, smart TVs, coffeemakers, and free WiFi with the option of renting a laptop. The hotel also boasts a courtyard, a full-service spa, and an elegant restaurant outfitted with chandeliers.