Park Inn by Radisson Danube Bratislava Hotel in Slovakia is nearing the end of a years long complete remodel and currently accepting reservations for October 1, 2017 with reward rates at Club Carlson category 1 level for 9000 points per night.
This is a gem of a location beside the Danube River in Bratislava adjacent to Old Town and about 200 meters from Radisson Blu Carlton Bratislava.
A few days ago I stayed at Radisson Blu Carlton Bratislava. Radisson Blu is located on Haviezdoslavovo namestie, a primarily pedestrian square and tree lined street, one block from the Danube River.
Park Inn Danube Bratislava near Most SNP, the UFO Tower topped bridge crossing the Danube River, is about 300 meters from Radisson Blu Carlton Bratislava at the other end of the pedestrian street and across the street from the Danube River.
View from Radisson Blu of tree-lined pedestrian walkway along Haviezdoslavovo namestie.
Park Inn Danube Bratilava has 239 guest rooms, a swimming pool and an ideal tourist location for Bratislava tourism.
Bratislava is a quick one hour train ride from Vienna, Austria and on frequent and direct bus routes between Prague, Czech Republic and Budapest, Hungary.
Haviezdoslav statue, a Slovakian poet, located in front of Radisson Blu Carlton Bratislava on the other end of the tree lined lane about 300 meters from Park Inn Danube is the meeting point for Bratislava Free Walking Tours.
Google Maps Bratislava Radisson Blu Carlton Hotel to Park Inn Danube Hotel is 4 minutes walk. The US Embassy is between the two hotels.
During our stay last week when the temperature was in the low 30s Celsius and topped 90F, drinking and dining along Haviezdoslavovo namestie was one of the coolest venues to be, for both temperature and entertainment in the city. This restaurant lined street is a location for live music, chess in the park, ice skating in winter and Christmas Market and family strolls.
Park Inn room rates look to be around $80 to $100 for dates I searched in October and November. This hotel looks like a great deal to me as someone who has stayed in Bratislava three times in the past year.
Numerous pubs with $2 pints of beers and other cheap drinks and restaurants all around for $5 to $12 meals make Bratislava a cheap destination with plenty of beautiful sights to occupy your time for a couple of days. Tourism is huge in this part of the city around the Club Carlson hotels. English is widely spoken and the currency is the Euro.
This hotel is a real deal at 9,000 points per night.