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Urban Elephants Hostel

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0.4km from city centre - Show on Map
8.6
Fabulous 462
  • Perfect Location
  • Marvellous Staff
  • Excellent Cleanliness
Free WiFi

Run by travelers for travelers.
*PLEASE note that our AGE RESTRICTION IS FROM 18 TO 34 YEARS OLD. Also, we do Party together with our sister hostel Wild Elephants every single day. (mainly there but... More...

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Wild Elephants Party Hostel

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0.1km from city centre - Show on Map
  • Perfect Location
  • Superb Staff
  • Excellent Cleanliness
Free WiFi

PLEASE NOTE our AGE LIMIT is 18-34. (read our House Rules for more info) and that we are a PARTY HOSTEL! If you are more into relaxing please check out our sister hostel Urban Elephants. (we run daily... More...

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Patio Hostel

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0.7km from city centre - Show on Map
8.1
Fabulous 7948
  • Wonderful Location
  • Marvellous Staff
Free WiFi

Welcome to the most popular hostel in Bratislava. We offer a wide range of rooms, with dormitories and privates featuring ensuite and shared bathrooms.

Old Town is just a few minutes walk away. A... More...

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Safestay Bratislava

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1.2km from city centre - Show on Map
8.1
Fabulous 1237
  • Wonderful Location
  • Marvellous Staff
Free WiFi

Looking for a great place in the city centre with inspiring atmosphere, modern facilities and smiling people? Then, welcome to Safestay Bratislava! In this place be sure to meet other dreamers just li... More...

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Hostel Folks

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0.3km from city centre - Show on Map
  • Perfect Location
  • Superb Staff
  • Fantastic Cleanliness
Free WiFi

Hostel Folks offers accommodation in Bratislava.... More...

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Hotel Plus

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5.7km from city centre - Show on Map
Free WiFi

Hotel/Hostel Plus is situated in Bratislava district Trnavka, 2 km from M.R.�tef�nik Airport and 700 metres from Avion Shopping Park.

Hotel part offers ac... More...

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More Than Hotel & Accommodation

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2.5km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
No rating
0
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

A modern and cosy hotel with a family-like atmosphere, More Than Hotel & Accommodation is located in the immediate vicinity of the historical center of Bratislava.... More...

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Street Food Possonium Apartments

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1.4km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
No rating 4
Free WiFi

Street Food Possonium Apartments are located just 10 minutes walk from historical center and are serviced by great transport connections.... More...

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Boutique Apartments Possonium

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1.4km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
No rating 2316
Free WiFi

Heading for Bratislava and looking for a cozy, stylish place with all
the comforts of home?
Well, come and stay with us!... More...

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From its towering castle to the cosy old town, Bratislava has plenty of charming spots to explore. The Slovakian capital has a feeling of the undiscovered about it. Tread the footsteps of its past and explore the city by foot, taking in its old-world charm and captivating fairy-tale buildings. Over recent years, Bratislava has developed a reputation as a young city with buzzing nightlife, with travellers drawn by its bars as well as its culture.

Many Bratislava hostels are based in or around the old town, with easy access to the major sights. Choose between a boutique-style Bratislava hostel or an apartment in a historic, 19th-century building. You can even book a cabin on a tanker boat moored just below Bratislava Castle, complete with a bar and a barbecue. Most have free Wi-Fi and self-catering facilities to help your budget go a little further. There are Bratislava hostels with their own café or restaurant and a comfy social space. Some also have bicycles to rent. Read more about the best hostels in Bratislava in our guide.

Bratislava is relatively small, so it's easy to explore its little neighbourhoods. Stare Mesto (the old town) is filled with museums, medieval buildings and pastel-coloured town houses. For views of the city, head up into the hills to the district of Palisády. If you venture over the Danube river, you’ll arrive at Petržalka, the area’s largest district. It's known for its brightly-painted Communist-era tower blocks. You'll also find a brewery, restaurant and hotel here, all on a boat, where you can sip your beer on the top deck.

At Bratislava Castle, you'll get both history and a bird's eye view of the city from its hilltop location. Back in the centre there's a thriving café scene. By night, there are live music and comedy nights, with bars and clubs mostly centred around the main square. There's even a nightclub in a former nuclear bunker beneath the castle. By way of impressive buildings, the Blue Church of St Elizabeth is a fine example of Bratislava’s Art Nouveau movement, with its decorative facade and elegant interior. 

The city centre is a 20-minute drive from Bratislava Airport. You can also take a bus to Hlavná stanica (the main train station) and walk to the city centre in 15 minutes. If you fly into Vienna, you could take a bus to Bratislava, which is roughly an hour's drive. Train travellers will find connections from Prague, Budapest and Vienna. When you’ve arrived, you can get around using Bratislava's tram, bus and trolleybus network. 

We have 9 hostels in Bratislava with an average rating of 8.3 based on 20,553 reviews 9 of 9 properties available in Bratislava

About Bratislava

From its towering castle to the cosy old town, Bratislava has plenty of charming spots to explore. The Slovakian capital has a feeling of the undiscovered about it. Tread the footsteps of its past and explore the city by foot, taking in its old-world charm and captivating fairy-tale buildings. Over recent years, Bratislava has developed a reputation as a young city with buzzing nightlife, with travellers drawn by its bars as well as its culture.

Many Bratislava hostels are based in or around the old town, with easy access to the major sights. Choose between a boutique-style Bratislava hostel or an apartment in a historic, 19th-century building. You can even book a cabin on a tanker boat moored just below Bratislava Castle, complete with a bar and a barbecue. Most have free Wi-Fi and self-catering facilities to help your budget go a little further. There are Bratislava hostels with their own café or restaurant and a comfy social space. Some also have bicycles to rent. Read more about the best hostels in Bratislava in our guide.

Bratislava is relatively small, so it's easy to explore its little neighbourhoods. Stare Mesto (the old town) is filled with museums, medieval buildings and pastel-coloured town houses. For views of the city, head up into the hills to the district of Palisády. If you venture over the Danube river, you’ll arrive at Petržalka, the area’s largest district. It's known for its brightly-painted Communist-era tower blocks. You'll also find a brewery, restaurant and hotel here, all on a boat, where you can sip your beer on the top deck.

At Bratislava Castle, you'll get both history and a bird's eye view of the city from its hilltop location. Back in the centre there's a thriving café scene. By night, there are live music and comedy nights, with bars and clubs mostly centred around the main square. There's even a nightclub in a former nuclear bunker beneath the castle. By way of impressive buildings, the Blue Church of St Elizabeth is a fine example of Bratislava’s Art Nouveau movement, with its decorative facade and elegant interior. 

The city centre is a 20-minute drive from Bratislava Airport. You can also take a bus to Hlavná stanica (the main train station) and walk to the city centre in 15 minutes. If you fly into Vienna, you could take a bus to Bratislava, which is roughly an hour's drive. Train travellers will find connections from Prague, Budapest and Vienna. When you’ve arrived, you can get around using Bratislava's tram, bus and trolleybus network. 

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