Directions to Arcadia Hotel:
From Bratislava Airport
10 km/40 min. Take bus #61 to the Main Train Station “Hlavná Stanica” stop (17/last stop). Change for bus #93 to “Zochova Street” stop (3rd stop). Walk to underground passage, then up to ground level on left and continue walking to Michael's Tower. Pass below Michael's Tower and turn left. Arcadia Hotel is about 100 m.
From the Main Railway Station
2 km/10 min. Take the bus #93 to “Zochova Street” stop (3rd stop). Walk to underground passage, then up to ground level on left and continue walking to Michael's Tower. Pass below Michael's Tower and turn left. Arcadia Hotel is about 100 m.
From Coach Station Mlynske Nivy
3 km/15 min. Take trolleybus #206 or #208 to “Hodžovo nám.” stop (4th stop). Walk to underground passage, then up to ground level on left to Postova street. Walk down the street to the tram track. Turn right and follow the tram track about 150 meters and you will see Michael's Tower. Pass below Michael's Tower and turn left. Arcadia Hotel is about 100 m.
Attractions Nearby Arcadia Hotel:
Bratislava Castle (0.8 km)
Michael's Gate & Tower (0.1 km)
Old Town Hall (0.2 km)
St. Martin's Cathedral (0.4 km)
Main Railway Station (1,5 km)
Main Coach Station Mlynske Nivy (1.5 km)
Aupark Shopping Centre (1.5 km)
Slovak National Theatre - historic (0.3 km)
Slovak National Theatre - new (1.5 km)
Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia, is located southwestern Slovakia on the borders with Austria and Hungary. It is the only national capital that borders two independent countries. Known as Pressburg to German-speakers or Pozsony to Hungarian-speakers, Bratislava got its present name only since 1919. But the city has a long and proud history that dates back to pre-Roman times.
The city was the capital of the Kingdom of Hungary, a part of the larger Habsburg Monarchy territories and became a coronation town and the seat of kings and all major organisations and offices. Eleven Hungarian kings and queens were crowned at St. Martin's Cathedral including The Queen Maria Theresa.
For many people still known as a part of former Czechoslovakia, Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia becoming more and more popular city, modern and young so called “Partyslava” or “BARtislava”.
Arcadia HotelFrantiškánska 3, Bratislava
Arcadia Hotel Overview:
Arcadia Hotel was the first 5-star hotel in Bratislava. It is Slovakia’s leading boutique hotel housed in a 13th-century listed building which has been renovated to maintain its well-preserved historic substance. The foyer is a definite eye-catcher, with arcaded hallways, an olive tree and a painted glass ceiling. The guests appreciate the hotel’s Restaurant L`Olive with a selection of national and international delicacies, with fine wines from all over the world and 24-hours opened Library bar with open fireplace. Hotel provides chateau alike unique atmosphere in an absolute Old Town of Bratislava still easy accessible by car.
Strengths: luxury hotel in historic building, free spa, car parking assistance
Weaknesses: parking 100m from hotel
Arcadia Hotel Facilities:
Arcadia Hotel Policies:
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CHECK-IN & CHECK-OUT
Check-in: after 2 p.m.
If cancelled up to 1 day before arrival by 11am, no fee will be charged.
CHILDREN AND EXTRA BEDS
All children under 2 years stay free of charge for cots.
Price includes 19% VAT and municipial tax of 1.65 EUR per person per night.
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