Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia, is set along the Danube River by the border with Austria and Hungary. It’s surrounded by vineyards and the Little Carpathian mountains, crisscrossed with forested hiking and cycling trails and gay friendly hotels Bratislava.
The pedestrian-only, 18th-century old town is known for its lively bars and cafes. Perched atop a hill, the reconstructed Bratislava Castle overlooks old town and the Danube.
Rainbow PRIDE Bratislava is a peaceful march of LGBT people and their relatives and friends, which combines social and political protest with entertainment such as live concerts. It takes place every year in the month of July in Slovakia capital Bratislava. Like most countries in Eastern Europe, it’s conservative issues as homosexuality. Sofia, the capital have many gay bars, clubs and gay friendly hotels.
What is there to see in Bratislava?
1. Hotel Château Amade 5* – Gay Friendly Hotels Bratislava
Located in Vrakúň, this 5-star boutique hotel is situated on the Rye Island and offers elegantly decorated rooms, an indoor pool, a traditional Turkish spa, and a conference room. A wine cellar and cigar room are also available. Free valet parking is possible on site. Rooms at Amade Château feature hand-painted wallpaper, hand-woven blankets and individual décor. Room service is available throughout the day, and some rooms include a private patio or terrace. The Château Amade’s restaurant serves a traditional Slovak cuisine and overlooks the English garden. A patisserie with hand-painted nature scenes offers fresh pastries and cakes, and guests can enjoy fireside cocktails at Lobby Bar. In the Slovakian countryside, this is a nice alternative to nearby Bratislava or Vienna.
The Rococo/ornate decorative style gave a great feeling of times gone by and was unlike any other hotel we have experienced, pleasantly so. This mansion is on Rye Island, a fertile area of the River Danube, and the hotel has its own mangalica pig farm and vegetable and fruit gardens. This organic and fresh approach meant we ate extremely well several times in the hotel restaurant. The wellness area is something else again, being in a separate building of its own and having a beautiful pool and spectacular Turkish Hamam spa. Outside is an English-style park with an outdoor pool and tennis. The hotel is build in Sissi style, where every room has a unique decoration style.
The spa is the best part of the hotel. Lovely pool, jacuzzi but especially the hammam treatment is a great experience. The location is great, because its proximity to three capitals, but still it is a real hide-away from the stress of big the big cities. The rooms are beautiful and stylish. Upon arrival we could select a room, since all of them are furnished in different style and colours. The hotel is named after hungarian writer, who lived at the Rococo period and some of the lobby reminded me the movie Maria Antoinette because of its colourful design. It is truly unique.
How much does a room costs at Hotel Château Amade Bratislava?
Prices start 290$/night for Comfort Double Room. The Deluxe Room is 320$ night.
Spacious and air-conditioned room with a seating area, a flat-screen cable TV, minibar and safe
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2. Kempinski Hotel River Park 5* – Gay Friendly Hotels Bratislava
The Grand Hotel River Park is situated in downtown Bratislava, directly on the banks of the river Danube and only a 35-minute drive from Vienna International Airport. It offers accommodation in luxurious rooms and suites.
The spacious rooms at the Grand River Park offer panoramic views of the Danube River or the castle hill, a safety deposit box, a minibar, a flat-screen TV, free WiFi, air-conditioning and a private bathroom.
Located on the 11th floor of the hotel is the prestigious Zion Spa Luxury offering views of the river and the surrounding countryside. The property boasts an indoor pool, hot tubs, saunas and a complimentary fitness area.
Hotel is just a 10 minute scenic walk along the Danube to the amazing Old Town area of Bratislava. You can also take advantage of Bratislava’s excellent tram system which stops right by the Hotel. The adjacent office buildings also have several restaurants as well as a market with plenty of baked goods, beverages, groceries.
Grand Hotel River Park is a 5* gay friendly hotel situated on the river side of the Danube river and is one of our best choice when it comes to a gay hotel in Bratislava, the Slovakian capital.
Very well-appointed lobby and rooms in this hotel with outstanding views of the river. Access to the Old Town in an easy 15 minute walk on a beautiful boardwalk along the river. Highly recommend the Zion spa services as the massages we had booked prior to arrival were exactly as requested with an incredible staff.
The entire hotel has a very harmonic, comfortable, elegant style. Spaces are huge but still friendly, rooms are large and beautiful , – especially if you get river view. Rooms have all the comfort you need – if there was a coffee machine it could have been even more perfect.
There is a wonderful spa on the 11ths floor – 25 m pool, saunas, steam bath, jacuzzi and a large menu of massage and beauty treatments.
Rooms are large, with high ceilings. A lot of high-teach but users’ friendly gadgets in room and bathroom, but no coffee maker. Large bathroom with walk in shower and tube. Large window allows a lot of light and can be open. Here comes the problem – if you like the fresh air rather than rely on air conditioning (which by the way works well) and you like to have your window open, than you have to take the riverside room. It is slightly more expensive than what they call hillside rooms but provide great views and quiet environment.
Hillside rooms are overlooking four-lane dual road and double tram tracks and particularly trams produce a lot of noise, so sleeping with open window is not possible. The hotel has all facilities one might expect at five-star place. Out of hotel, within few minutes’ walk there are several more restaurants and pubs, from beer to Italian. How to get there: 40 minutes taxi drive from Vienna airport.
Buffet breakfast (29 Euro) is excellent however, a little too pricey.
How much does a room costs at Grand Hotel River Park Bratislava?
This double room features air conditioning and a modern-style décor.
Guests can enjoy free access to the gym.
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3. Mercure Bratislava Centrum 4* – Gay Friendly Hotels Bratislava
Mercure Centrum is a luxury design hotel situated in the heart of Bratislava, a few minutes’ walk from the train station and 7 km from Bratislava International Airport. It features a fitness centre and free Wi-Fi.
Guest rooms are all equipped with a minibar, air conditioning and satellite TV with VCR and video games. In addition, all rooms feature en suite bathrooms with a bathtub.
New 4 star Bratislava hotel features 175 uniquely designed rooms. The hotel is located in the city center within 10 minutes walk from the Bratislava castle and the downtown pedestrian shopping area. Near business centers and tourist attractions, this hotel will meet your expectations. Chill out and bar area for well-being. Coffee and tea facilities in all rooms, Wifi, fitness and Privilege lounge.
Location : a good 20-25 minute walk to the Old Town. However it is next to a very fast and efficient tram line ( no. 1) straight to the Centre and Old Town. Once you’ve mastered trams it’s easy.
Trams : buy a ticket at the yellow machine at the tram stop, 70 cents to get to the Centre/Old Town pays for a 15 min trip. Instructions in English. This is plenty of time to get to the Centre/Old Town as it is 3 stops and v fast. Validate the ticket on the tram. The nearest tram stop with a yellow ticket machine is across the road from the hotel and 2 minutes down Stetanovicova street (follow the tram line down). Coming back to the hotel from town, the stop is Franz Lizst and is directly at the hotel ( this stop doesn’t have a yellow ticket machine).
Rooms: large and luxurious. Beautiful contemporary design. There is AC/ heating which can be moderated by 2 degrees. Room very hot for us so we had the window open the whole time and it cooled down well. Bathroom, very spacious and again beautiful design however shower water inconsistent, first person to shower hot water took 10 minutes to come through, thereafter hard to cool it down. Beds, hard for a luxury hotel.
Breakfast : broad range of cold and hot dishes available however the staples ran out frequently eg coffee, milk, OJ and were slow to be replenished, even when requested. The hot dishes were good quality and tasty however they were not hot, they were at best tepid and often cold. These are not hard areas to fix, come on, Mercure, you can do better in such a beautiful hotel.
Overall: Smart beautifully designed hotel which is currently style over substance but with a few service tweaks would be superb all round.
How much does a room costs at Mercure Bratislava Centrum Bratislava?
This double room features – Pay TV and satellite programmes
– rain shower – free access to the Privilege Lounge with privileged services
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4. Ibis Bratislava Centrum 3* – LGBT Friendly Hotels Bratislava
Set belowthe Centrum is only a 5-minute walk from the . Rooms have air conditioning and breakfast is served from 04:00 to 12:00.
All rooms at the Ibis Bratislava Centrum have queen-size beds, satellite TV and.
Regional and international cuisine and a buffet with fresh salads can be enjoyed for lunch in the La Table restaurant. For dinner you can find manyin the surroundings. The bar is open 24 hours a day.
The Ibis Bratislava hotel is ideally located in the city centre and easily accessible by public transport. Stepfanica airport is only 9 km away. For lovers of art and history, the centre of the old city and Bratislava castle can be reached on foot in a few minutes. Built recently, the hotel has 120 queen beds, indoor pay parking, and a bar with snacks open 24/24 and it’s considered one of the best gay friendly hotels in Bratislava!
The location is really good close to the old town, the castle and a transport hub. The hotel is at a very central location, a couple of minutes walking from the old town with lots of affordable restaurants and gay pubs. The trams are slightly noisy if you are on the side nearest the tunnel.
Located adjacent to the Castle, and a short walk to the Old Town, this property offers location, convenience and excellent value. Even the surrounding neighborhood is interesting and worth exploring.
Rooms are a good size, clean and well kept. Staff were very helpful and the price was reasonable. Great choice for your stay in Bratislava.
The room is clean and it is good if you are staying for 1-2 nights. The breakfast is average. You can have choice of cheese, 2 egg options , bread options and some fruits.
Check in was quick and we found our room to be clean but a bit small. Beds were made every day and the bathroom was fine. You could get drinks at the reception and they served some snacks. But the hotel is only a 5min walk from plenty of restaurants and bars. A lovely city to explore and a reasonable priced hotel to stay in.
How much does a room costs at Ibis Bratislava Centrum Bratislava?
Air-conditioned room with a satellite TV and video games.
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5. Hotel Avance Bratislava 4* – Gay Friendly Hotel Bratislava
A nobleinterior welcomes you in the new Avance Hotel in the centre of Bratislava. It is close to the National Theatre and the and offers free WiFi in the entire hotel.
and suites furnished with selected lumbers and premium fabrics provide for a luxurious ambience. Free wired internet is additionally provided in each air-conditioned unit.
Find inspiration in the historical centre of Bratislava! Are you looking for luxury and comfort? Do you wish to relax and enjoy exceptional cuisine after your business meeting is over? Let us take care of you. Twenty-six tastefully appointed modern rooms and two attractive suites with non-stop service and free Wi-Fi await you.
A little gem of a hotel near historic old town, but quiet , air con good too , river promenade with lots of cafes , restaurants and 2 small supermarkets nearby.
Excellent hotel with a great location, close to the old town and some good restaurants. Clean rooms and a good breakfast with plenty of choices. The staff were very helpful too.
Perfect position for exploring old town and walking distance for bars restaurants and transport.
We found the hotel to be modern, stylish and comfortable. Our room was a good size and it was tastefully decorated. We loved the king size bed and the modern Bathroom with underfloor heating.
It is ideally located for the major sites in Bratislava, everything is within walking distance. Our room was very comfortable with a great shower. The breakfast buffet was superb and set us up for the day. All of the staff were very helpful and friendly.
The room was very spacious and well equipped! Even the TV was smart! The beds were extremely comfortable, as well as the pillows. The bathroom was huge and very clean.
The hotel is situated just outside the old town of Bratislava, which was extremely convenient due to the freezing weather. The WiFi was excellent at all times throughout our stay.
Breakfast self service ( but can order omelettes or fried eggs- but poached ones so nice we didn’t) fresh fruit , juice , cereals cold meats cheeses , many choices of rolls bread croissants pastries too, also hot buffet varies bacon sausage mushrooms etc , but I had the smoked salmon and haddock very nice and fresh.
How much does a room costs at Hotel Avance Bratislava?
Prices start 130$/night for Business Room. The Classic Suite Room is 195$ night with breakfast included.
This suite features a balcony, sofa and minibar.
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