Grand Hotel Kempski, High Tatras
If you’re craving luxurious surroundings, top notch pampering options, and an incredible view from your window, the Grand Hotel Kempski in the High Tatras is the place to go. This five-star hotel offers rooms and suites with breathtaking views of the High Tatras and the Strbske Pleso mountain lake. Multiple restaurants and bars are located on the property, also with stunning views of the surrounding nature. You can head out to the mountains to hike or ski or stay in and relax in the Zion Luxury Spa, which offers a large pool and relaxation area with views out to the shores of the mountain lake, as well as a full range of treatments including massages, facials, and pedicures. To enjoy the best of Slovak outdoors and luxury accommodation book your stay at the Grand Hotel Kempski.
Chalets Jasna De Luxe
You can also find luxurious mountain-side accommodation with easy access to hiking or skiing in the Low Tatras, about an hour south from the High Tatras. The nine conveniently located four-star chalets at Zahradky feature ski-in, ski-out access, a fireplace, and a completely equipped kitchen. Spacious balconies face the ski slopes so you can relax with a hot cocoa or some mulled wine after a full day on the pistes. Some of the chalets feature wellness amenities such as a whirlpool hot tub under the stars and an infrared sauna to enhance your relaxation.
Centrally located in Sliac, in the very center of Slovakia, you’ll find one of the nicest wellness resorts in the country. Hotel Kaskady offers thermal indoor and outdoor pools, several saunas, and a full service spa with massages, wraps, and facials. Therapists from Sri Lanka offer special services at the Ayurveda Siddhalepa Spa, and the hotel serves a special Ayurvedic dietary menu daily. The remote setting of the hotel makes it the perfect place for a relaxation getaway, but if you feel like sightseeing, historic towns Banska Bystrica, Zvolen, and Kremnica are all within 20 kilometers of the hotel.
If you aren’t concerned about luxury and would like to enjoy a retreat closer to nature, the historic Bilikova chalet offers 13 rooms set directly on the hiking paths of the High Tatras. Set at 1,255 meters, the Bilikova chalet has been welcoming guests since 1875. However, the current building was only put into operation in 1934. The hotel is easily accessible at only 100 meters from Hrebienok Stop of Tatra Electric Railway. This enviable location provides guests with easy access to mountain biking, hiking, and gorgeous panoramas of the incredible nature just outside the chalet’s door.
Grand Hotel Praha
The Grand Hotel Praha is an Art Nouveau masterpiece built in 1905 at the base of Mount Lomnicky in the High Tatras. It was built during the construction boom of several luxury hotels for European aristocrats in the Tatras more than 100 years ago. Grand Hotel Praha was the first hotel which remained open year round, welcoming summer and winter sport enthusiasts to Slovakia’s highest mountain range. Today, the hotel’s unique architectural style makes it a popular spot for weddings and other family celebrations. Grand Hotel Praha is a boutique hotel with a lovely historic flair, surrounded by greenery and beautiful mountain views.
Castle Hotel Galicica Nueva
The Castle Hotel Galicia Nueva is a four-star gem located in the south-central part of Slovakia. Untouched by mass tourism, the hotel prides itself as an ideal family event space and offers ample meeting space for events; including incredible romantic weddings held directly in the on-site chapel. An onsite restaurant, wine bar, cafe, and cigar lounge offer evening recreation opportunities, and during the day guests can relax in the wellness center or go for a stroll in the French-inspired park with a small lake. You’ll be surrounded by history in a remote location near the Hungarian border, we won’t be surprised if you don’t want to leave this place!
Danubius Health Spa Resort Hotel Thermia Palace
If mountains aren’t your priority and relaxation is your goal, the five-star Danubius Health Spa Resort Hotel Thermia Palace is highly recommended for its unique ambiance. Also a product of the Art Nouveau, the Thermia Palace is located on the banks of the Hron River in the spa town of Piestany, an easy drive from Bratislava. With multiple opportunities for dining and recreation on site, you won’t ever need to leave the hotel during your stay. Daily at 5 o’clock, guests can gather in the Cafe Alexander for a complimentary afternoon tea and cookies. The charm and personality of this luxurious spa resort will impress even the most demanding guests.
Originally built in 1721, the Manor-house Mojmirovce now serves as a three-star hotel surrounded by a regal historic park, perfect for enjoying a stroll after lounging in the modern wellness center. Guests can embark on several nice nature trails in the surrounding area, including one trail which leads to old castle ruins atop a hill. The Baroque Manor-house Mojmirovce is easily accessible at only an hour’s drive away from Bratislava, but surprisingly secluded for being so nearby to the capital. Another splendidly renovated historic hotel offering boutique accommodation in remote settings.