Posted Jun 11, 2016 on Hotels
The hotel is in a quiet neighbourhood, although unfortunately for me, there was a local house having noisy work done in their garage for six of the seven days I was there.
There are also quite a lot of barking dogs, and screaming children nearby, which was unfortunate, as due to the area being quiet, they were easily heard.
I was disappointed, upon checking in, to be charged 1.80 Euros for a bottle of water, when I asked for a drink.
The hotel is up a hill, it was a hot day, and I was carrying a very heavy bag, and to me, this was exploitative, and it did not go down with me, too well, although as it was the first moments in the hotel I would be at for seven nights, I said nothing about it.
Prices in Bratisalava are very cheap, and the hotel could have made a decent profit on the water selling it at 1 Euro, and would then have had a happy guest instead of an unhappy one.
I made a point of spending nothing else in the hotel for the time I was there.
I do not like being exploited.
Service was ok, but nothing special.
Bratislava itself was terrific, and well worth seeing