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Jalta Ensana Health Spa Hotel

Winterova 58, Piestany 92129 Slovakia
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English, Russian, German, Slovak
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Paid private parking on-site
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24-hour front desk
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Non-smoking rooms
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ala13 wrote a review Jun 2017
Ottawa, Canada106 contributions147 helpful votes
We arrived in Piestany shortly before 3pm and were able to check in right away. We were both lucky and unlucky in getting a front desk employee who was familiar with the theory but not with the actual check-in process. She did mention that she was replacing her colleague. She was very pleasant, but very stressed, a state that was easily transferred to people around her. As a result, she committed several mistakes, such as sending us to the wrong individuals and places to get our treatment plan, not being familiar with the process of registering the loyalty program; however, she was pleasant enough to be forgiven. We were assigned one of the newly renovated apartments facing the pedestrian zone. The accommodation consisted of two rooms, a hallway, and a bathroom with a shower (no tub), but large and bright enough, and balconies from both rooms. The bedroom’s layout consisted of the following: Two twin beds joined in the middle, but with two individual duvets; the pillows were the usual soft, European style, the mattress reasonably firm. The bed linen was crisp and of decent quality. The storage area in the bedroom was huge with plenty of wooden clothes hangers, and easily accommodated our clothes. There was also a small table and two chairs, in addition to a straight-back chair near the work desk. A 26 inch Samsung flat screen TV was in each room. There were also two small night lamps in the bedroom. The second room had a pull-out couch, an easy chair, a straight back chair near the work desk, a fridge, the already mentioned flat screen Samsung TV, and a few floor and table lamps. The WiFi was free and the signal was strong most of the time. The bathroom had a shower stall, a sink, and a toilet above which was a large window with frosted panes. The towels were of reasonably good quality. There was some shampoo and a small bar of soap. So, not luxurious by any means, but very functional and clean, at least initially. Besides, the location suited us to the T. As I graduated from the Hotel School (now Hotel Academy) in Piestany exactly 50 years ago, I was very happy to see my old dormitory just a few hundred meters away. Also, because the hotel was located at the beginning of the pedestrian zone, we had a great choice of eating places within a few minutes’ walk at very reasonable prices. Parking was available in a gated area at a very reasonable daily rate. We purchased a package called “Taste of Piestany” that included half board, i.e., breakfast and dinner. Breakfast was buffet style and included the usual spread found in 2-3 star hotels in North America. The coffee was barely drinkable and we opted to purchase a better quality coffee every morning. Dinner was quite tasty, but definitely not exciting. All meals and food items reminded me of food served in Eastern European hospitals in the 60’s. The package also included 11 medical treatments based on the local thermal water, such as the wellness baths and healing mud used in packs. Our treatments were administered in the Danubius Pro Patria and, while the treatments were excellent, the service provided by the employees of the spa was atrocious. Although I grew up in Czechoslovakia, I was appalled by the rude handling by the spa personnel, particularly of the locals. The only time I received a decent, polite treatment by the personnel was when I spoke English or German. I was embarrassed to have my Scottish-Canadian partner witness such rudeness. Having grown up in the Scotland, he very diplomatically described the utter lack of professionalism as “direct.” Hmm... The service at the Jalta Hotel lacked professionalism as well, particularly the housekeeping section. The bed linen wasn’t changed during our one-week stay at all, and we received clean towels only when we requested them. When the rooms were serviced, only the beds were made, no vacuuming or dusting was done, nor was the bathroom cleaned. Also, they allowed entry to our room to two young workers in our absence WITHOUT advising us; we had various personal items scattered on the two desks!
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Date of stay: May 2017
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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janekb45 wrote a review Aug 2016
Yokneam Illit, Israel2 contributions1 helpful vote
We have spent a week in Hotel Jalta in Piestany, Slovakia. We took a spa package called the Active Senior Week. Jalta is the cheapest (2 stars) of several Danubius hotels, close to each other. About the hotel: it is conveniently located at the beginning of a pedestrian zone and close to the spa treatment facilities (about 400 m apart). The hotel is simple but clean, rooms are convenient and have a balcony, the reception staff is polite and helpful. You can hardly expect anything more from a two-star hotel. Still, there are some things you should consider to adjust your expectations: except the reception staff and the doctor, the staff barely speaks English, and the conversation may be frustrating. Some speak German, though. Also, there are strange arrangements in the dining room. The package includes half board, and you need to declare on the first day if you will be having lunch or dinner. So far so good. But you are also allocated to a specific table (and not the opposite) and hardly can change places for your meals. Which is strange, because you can take any free seat for the breakfast. Also, you are requested to select your meals from a (limited) menu two to three days ahead. Your choice is written down, and that's what you'll get. Alas! The dinners are very simple and not very tasteful, in opposite to breakfasts, where everybody can find something to ones' liking. If you are going to choose this hotel, I would recommend booking it with B&B only. The spa package - Active Senior Week: next morning after arrival you meet a doctor who prescribes you a treatment plan. All treatments take place in one of three adjacent buildings, about 400 meters from the hotel. Your schedule states an exact time for each one, but if you have more than one a day and if the next one is individual, you can check the availability of the facilities, to keep the activities together. General: there are many restaurants, pubs, and bars close to the hotel.
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Date of stay: July 2016
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Response from SpaPiestany, Manažér at Jalta Ensana Health Spa Hotel
Responded Aug 17, 2016
Dear client, thank you for having chosen our Hotel Jalta ** for your stay. I appreciate that you have taken the time and effort to review our hotel after your stay. My team and I look forward to your next visit and until then we wish you good health. Your sincerely, Jana Kohútová, Hotel Director
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$59 - $79 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
SlovakiaTrnava RegionPiestany
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Frequently Asked Questions about Jalta Ensana Health Spa Hotel
Which popular attractions are close to Jalta Ensana Health Spa Hotel?
Nearby attractions include Balneologické múzeum (0.2 miles), Jesus´s Saint Heart Chapel (0.2 miles), and Bronzové súsošie Milenci (0.10 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Jalta Ensana Health Spa Hotel?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and a spa.
What food & drink options are available at Jalta Ensana Health Spa Hotel?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Jalta Ensana Health Spa Hotel?
Yes, paid private parking on-site is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Jalta Ensana Health Spa Hotel?
Conveniently located restaurants include Le Griffon Cafe&Restaurant, Zmrzlinaren Monalisa, and CONCEPT Coffee Roasters.
Is Jalta Ensana Health Spa Hotel located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.8 miles away from the center of Piestany.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Jalta Ensana Health Spa Hotel?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, German, Russian, and Slovak.
Are there any historical sites close to Jalta Ensana Health Spa Hotel?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Cachticke Podzemie (9.2 miles).
Is Jalta Ensana Health Spa Hotel accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.