x The average starting price for a place to stay in Bratislava is £38 per night.
ryanlarner On a steep hill which is hard to stagger up after a heavy night ;) but otherwise a fantastic place to stay!
danube One of the best hostels I've ever stayed in. Clean, centrally located (train station is a 5-minutes-walk, bus to the airport stops almost right in front of the hotel), kind staff. Breakfast consists of an apple, croissant and coffee, really not much, but just enough to start your day :)
e.h.pye Awesome location. The staff are really helpful. Very clean. It would benefit from a bar or snack shop but there are quite a few in the surrounding area so it1s not crucial. I would definately recommend it.
kidcharlemain The property was very good. It was beautifully clean and gave easy access to the main historical part of the city. The kitchenette and bathroom were very new and clean, and the bed(s) was comfortable. There was a kettle, a televison, a hardryer, a fridge, two small electric hobs and a microwave cooker. The crockery and cutlery were sufficient for two, but there was nothing extra. It was perfectly adequate for someone simply wanting a place to sleep and prepare a snack. It was not really geared for the production of a main meal as there were not enough utensils. There is a local mini-market just yards away, where a range of foodstuffs can be bought.
Nabrezie Arm. Gen.L. Svobodu0 62%
kidcharlemain The Botel is in a fabulous setting moored on the Danube, and with easy access to the historical centre of the town. Accommodation was slightly cramped because of the cabin size. The staff were exceptionally kind. The breakfast lacked variety and we didn't use the botel for our main meal.
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