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Top tips for finding perfect Bratislava hotel deals
If you’re looking for a cheap hotel in Bratislava, you should consider visiting during the low season. You'll find cheaper accommodations in Bratislava in June and March.
Hotel room prices vary depending on many factors but you’ll most likely find the best hotel deals in Bratislava if you stay on a Monday. The opposite is true for, Tuesday, which is usually the most expensive day.
Book more than 90 days before your stay begins to get the best price for your Bratislava accommodation.
The cheapest 3-star hotel room in Bratislava found on KAYAK in the last 2 weeks was €43, while the most expensive was €134.
How long should you stay? KAYAK users usually book their accommodation in Bratislava for 3 days.
For high-end luxury stays overlooking the River Danube, try the Kempinski Hotel River Park, which offers panoramic views and boasts its own private river pier and helipad. The Wilson Palace Hotel is also well regarded for its opulent interiors.
For hikers and skiers, the Small Carpathians at the lower end of the mountain range can be reached in around a 30-min walk from Bratislava’s main railway station Hlavna Stanica, where hiking terrain can be explored, and cross-country skiing opportunities arise in the winter season.
If you are looking for a more modern vibe to your trip or prefer to watch sports for entertainment, head for the Nove Mesto, the New Town, where you will find the city’s sports stadiums and a variety of modern architecture. Try the Narodny Football Stadium in the Tehelne Pole district or the Arena of Ondrej Nepela for an ice hockey game; here you can stay in the neighbouring Double Tree Hilton Hotel on Trnavska Cesta. The hotel also offers its own gym and sauna facilities.
Consider staying at one of the many affordable hotels in the Old Town's historic area if you are looking to enjoy the night scene. The Old City Hotel on the pedestrian street Michalska has a relaxed atmosphere and is within walking distance of the many cafes and bars. Bratislava is well regarded for its craft beers and music venues, catering for all genres. Try the Subclub for an authentic experience in an old military storage bunker underneath the Castle within a 10-min walk or The Slovak Pub on Obchodna.
The summer months tend to be busier due to a variety of festival events. If you are travelling during this season, consider booking ahead where possible to take advantage of cheaper prices or look at booking a hostel, such as the Patio or Brickyard Hostel if travelling as a group booking.
FAQs when booking a hotel in Bratislava
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The New Town is a relatively lively area to keep young children entertained. City panoramas can be viewed from the Kamzik Television Tower and the Bratislava Zoo is also nearby. The Hotel of Beauty Youth Creative Consciousness is a colourfully designed and unusual building, which will appeal to the younger generation. They also host painting workshops and offer free Wi-Fi. Just a 5-min walk from the railway station, it is close to the Kuchajda Lake with access to forest walks. Penzion Virgo, closer to the Old Town also have self-catering apartments at reasonable prices.
The Mercure Bratislava Centrum is just a short walk to the Old Town and conveniently close to the Stanica Bratislava Petrzalka Railway Station and an airport bus stop for easy transfer. Public transport is plentiful and well-connected to all parts of the city. Prices are reasonable for a city centre location, which is usually the standard throughout Slovakia. A business centre, free Wi-Fi and parking are available. The Wilson Palace Hotel also offers conference facilities.
The Old Town is undoubtedly the best area to visit as this is where you can find the many historical aspects of the city. The Bratislava Castle, The Slovak National Gallery and The Museum of Jewish Culture are all located here, amongst many other local heritage sites. Hotels are plentiful in this district and you can have a comfortable stay close to all attractions in either the Skaritz, Ibis, or Arcadia hotels on a reasonable budget option.
There are several hotels at just over a mile’s distance from the airport. The closest, however, is the Aviator Garni Hotel at 0.4 miles from the airport. A basic but clean and affordable option, this hotel is only an approximate 10-minute walk to the airport terminal and is open 24h.
After you launch a hotel search on KAYAK, you can refine your research by neighbourhood, which allows you to pick the central Bratislava districts. You can also do a search using the city map to choose a specific location, like Bratislava city centre
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