Bratislava Castle always in sight
Bratislava is a city of many faces, featuring numerous leisure and entertainment venues and monuments that will take your breath away. Mamaison Residence Sulekova Bratislava is located in the Old City Stare Mesto district, only an 11 minute walk from the impressive Bratislava Castle and Presidential Palace. Numerous restaurants, bars and cafes in the nearby surrounds offer the best of Slovak cuisine. After sunset, enjoy the lively atmosphere in the city clubs,
which regularly host some of the most popular DJs. You’ll reach the Danube river after an 18 minute stroll. The Old City’s quiet and green Stare Mesto district is easy to reach by car or public transport. Near the hotel you’ll find museums, parks and attractions such as the Slavin Memorial, which can be reached in approx. 10 minutes on foot.
From Mamaison Residence Sulekova Bratislava you’ll be able to reach the Bratislava Castle in approx. 10 minutes on foot. Once there, you’ll enjoy breathtaking views of the most densely populated district in Central Europe: Petržalka, the 40-year old legacy of the communist era. From the beautiful castle park you can appreciate views over the Old City, Martin’s Cathedral and the modern skyscrapers. Diversity that knows how to impress!
War Memorial Slavin
Located on a hill above Mamaison Residence Sulekova Bratislava, approx. 10 minutes away on foot, you’ll find the Slavin Memorial. It is the largest memorial of the Soviet Army in Central Europe. The building also hosts a cemetery for 6845 Soviet soldiers who lost their lives in the War of Liberation battles during the last two weeks of the Second World War. The views from here are particularly impressive.
The impressive Martin’s Cathedral is located in the Old City of Bratislava and can be reached in about 14 minutes on foot from the hotel. Experience fashbacks of the past as you walk between the ancient imposing walls, enjoying a gothic atmosphere combined with a touch of mysticism. Between 1563 and 1830 Martin’s Cathedral served as a coronation church for Hungarian kings and queens. At the top of the building is a golden Hungarian crown weighing 300 kg.