EuroCheapo's guide to hotels in Bratislava
The best budget hotels in Bratislava... made simple.
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Who are we? EuroCheapo is a guide to cheap hotels in Bratislava and throughout Europe. We’ve been hunting down the best affordable hotels, guesthouses and hostels since 2001, always looking for the best deals out there.
Happily, Bratislava is quite friendly to budget travelers, offering a range of two- and three-star hotels at rates lower than in other European capital cities. This makes our job both easier (so many choices!) and harder (so many choices!). Either way, we think you’re headed for a nice, Cheapo night’s rest.
Getting started: To book your budget Bratislava bed, use the search box above or head straight to our list of recommended hotels in Bratislava. If you need help choosing which part of town to sleep in, look over our neighborhood overview. And for additional tips on keeping it cheap, be sure to read the articles listed below.
Getting into Bratislava from the airport and train station is easy. We'll tell you all about it right here, and help you decide between the bus and the taxi to and from the airport and between the bus and your own feet between the train station and the Old Town.
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