Staying In Slovakia For The England Match
We’ve put the misery of the Iceland defeat behind us, we’ve got a new manager in Sam Allardyce at the helm, and it’s time to be positive once again. Thousands of fans are expected to travel to Slovakia this Sunday to watch England’s first World Cup Qualifier. If you’re one of the many travelling fans you will need somewhere to stay whether you are in Slovakia for the weekend or an extended stay. Here we have compiled a list of the top hotels in Slovakia that you consider booking yourself into.
Ahead of your trip to Slovakia, remember to apply for your European Health Insurance card before you leave, which will allow you to get free or discounted healthcare should you fall ill or suffer an emergency while you’re abroad. Once you’ve applied for it, you can sit back and immerse yourself in the Slovakian culture – and the football.
Marrol’s Boutique Hotel
This luxury five star hotel provides accommodation through 51 guest rooms and three individually designed suites and apartments, all with a view of the Old Town streets or the hotel’s garden courtyard. In Hotel Marrol’s you’ll find a relaxing experience waiting for you with Jasmine spa that includes a sauna and whirlpool Jacuzzi. The excellent Houdini restaurant offers a selection of contemporary Mediterranean dishes and traditional Slovak cuisine.
Grand Hotel Kaminski High Tatras
A fairytale five star hotel located in the High Tatras Mountains and consists of three interlocked buildings that take you on a journey through the different eras they were built in. With a selection of 98 unique rooms and suites, no two stays at the hotel are alike. Relaxing views from the balconies are aplenty where you can see the valley, the beautiful mountains and the Lake Strbske pleso. You can also enjoy the Zion luxury spa, breakfast in bed and a number of international cuisines in the Grand Restaurant.
First built by Baron Armin Popper, then named Erszebet Szalo, Hotel Elizabeth was opened to the public in 1902. The hotel is famously located beneath a medieval castle and in the 1920’s was famously visited by Nobility who met there with comfort and service of the Viennese facilities. After celebrating more than 100 years in the hotel business, Elizabeth underwent extensive refurbishment and reconstruction to become a modern hotel for business and wellness while retaining the charm of the original architecture.