This is one if the best double trees we have ever stayed in -and we have
stayed in quite a few.
We had a twin de luxe room. At least 4 to 500 square foot of airy
space, strangely split in two by a blanket cupboard with a 42 inch flat screen
tv on top . On one side two very good queen beds. On the other side a three
seat sofa, desk and chair, and sideboard cupboard with in built fridge.
Small dressing room space with large fitted cup board. And large
bathroom,separate shower, twin wash basins, separate wc and good sized lie
The hotel was only built two years ago and so everything still looks sparkling new and clean
Food is so so. Better than you would get in Doubletrees in US or UK but
Staff were helpful and clearly proud of their hotel-apart maybe from some of the breakfast crew who still needed a little mor training
Car parking is underground and looks safe, but is expensive, costing around 20 euros a night.
So what could be wrong?
Location.There is nothing really wrong with the location. it is on a main road in a typical upmarket residential area full of large post Communist era blocks of apartments.
But it is not in the centre of town. It is about five minutes walk from a bus stop.From there the buses run into town. They take about ten minutes and run every twenty.
Some people might prefer to be downtown where most of the competitive hotels
But within a ten minute walk of the Doubletree is the central shopping mall
with four floors to delight any shopaholic plus a good supermarket, Billa.
I think you probably get more for your money slightly out of town at the
Doubletree.and it is of course much easier to reach if you are travelling by
Next time you visit Bratislava, give it a try