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
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
Parking on site
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Contemporary crash pad on the edge of Bratislava's car-free Old Town, with an all-day restaurant serving Slovakian specialties
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.
Austria Trend Hotel Bratislava
Bratislava, Slovakia Slovak Republic
How to Get There
Flights are available to Bratislava Airport (BTS) via connecting flights from major U.S. cities on a variety of carriers. Transfers to/from BTS, about eight miles away, are approximately $29 per car (maximum three passengers with luggage or four without luggage), or $41 per minivan (maximum seven passengers), each way, and can be arranged through the property. Taxis to/from BTS are approximately $29, each way. Taxis to/from the railway station are approximately $12, each way. If you’re renting a car for the transfer, self-parking is available for an additional $33 per day Monday to Friday, $27 per day Saturday and Sunday.