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What We Love

  • Smart contemporary style in Bratislava's historic heart
  • Slovakian dishes are served for breakfast, lunch and dinner at the restaurant, and there's a bar for light bites
  • The striking façade features giant illuminated postage stamps
  • Free WiFi

What To Know

  • Located on the edge of Bratislava's car-free Old Town
  • The wellness center features a modern gym and a sauna
  • It's a 15-minute walk to the city's central train station
  • A city tax of $2 (€1.65) per person per night will be collected by the hotel at checkout

Amenities

  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Casino
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap Accessible
  •  Kids Club
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pet-friendly
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
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Overview

Contemporary crash pad on the edge of Bratislava's car-free Old Town, with an all-day restaurant serving Slovakian specialties

The Lowdown

On the edge of Bratislava’s car-free Old Town, a short walk from the city’s main sights and the Danube, the Austria Trend Hotel provides a modern base in the midst of this historic city. The distinctive façade features giant illuminated postage stamps depicting images of the area (a nod to the hotel’s location near Postova Street), and the contemporary interiors are decorated in neutral colors with splashes of lime green. The guestrooms have dark wood floors, free WiFi, pillow menus, flat-screen TVs, marble bathrooms with walk-in showers and views of the city or a peaceful inner courtyard. Slovakian specialties are served at breakfast, lunch and dinner in the all-day dining room, and there’s a café for light bites and drinks. A modern wellness center (with a sauna and a gym) lets you unwind in style.

In the Area

The Slovakian capital was once a well-kept secret, but Bratislava is making a name for itself as a top European destination. Small enough to explore on foot and pretty enough for a thousand Instagram posts, it’s perfect for a city break. At its heart, and just moments from the hotel, is the picturesque Old Town, which has a grand castle standing guard over the town and overlooking the Danube. Wander the narrow streets and take time to visit the Art Nouveau St. Elisabeth Church, which is painted powder blue. Stop for a coffee at the quirky Stur Café — and inevitably sample the cakes, but save room for some hearty Slovakian cuisine at Prasna Basta. Then walk it all off along the banks of the Danube.

How to Get There

Austria Trend Hotel Bratislava
Vysoka 2A
Bratislava, 81106 Slovakia Slovak Republic

Reviews

Well located hotel for Bratislava old town
HollyDay118

The hotel is comfortable and pleasant although getting a little tired in places. Breakfast choice includes omelettes made to order but can be limited for vegetarians. Its location is ideal for the old town and the castle.
Good wifi connection also.

Wonderful
elads

First time to Bratislava, found this hotel by chance. Was a wonderful experince. Service is super at all times: check-in, questions about where to go, breakfast, bar, everything is super.
Bed was comfortable, room was spacy and big, shower and toilet were also comfortable, eco-friendly policy.
Breakfast was a real treat. Location is fantastic, everything is in walking distance.
We loved the place and are sure to return (if and) when visiting Bratislava again.
Go there, stay there, you'll thank me for it!

Great choice
fun2and2travel

The hotel is new and beautiful. The room is modernly stylished. Bathroom is very state od the art. Everything you need is in the room. Comfy beds. Breakfast was plentiful. All choices. Close to the center. Some exciting amenities in the neighborhood.The city center is walkable. Would return for sure. The lift requires a room card. The only downfall was that I was asked for a credit card as a deposit for the mini bar. In such a hotel that is an offence. I said I didn't have one and was given a look. Of course I paid for what I had used afterwards. Show some respect and trust to your clients as this is not a cheap hotel.