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Experience Variety – Austria Trend

With almost 10,000 beds in over 33 hotels, Austria Trend Hotels & Resorts, a brand of Verkehrsbüro Group, is the leading hotel group in Austria. Heartfelt hospitality, professional service and the intention to make your stay unforgettable – this is what our hotels have in common.

Austria Trend Hotel Bratislava(Source: Courtesy of Austria Trend Hotel Bratislava)

With almost 10,000 beds in over 33 hotels, Austria Trend Hotels & Resorts, a brand of Verkehrsbüro Group, is the leading hotel group in Austria. Heartfelt hospitality, professional service and the intention to make your stay unforgettable – this is what our hotels have in common.

Whether you are planning an exciting city trip, a revitalising wellness weekend or a thrilling skiing vacation – after a day filled with new impressions, it is time to unwind at a place that feels like home.

With18 hotels in Vienna, 8 hotels in Salzburg, Linz, St. Pölten, Graz and Innsbruck, 5 resort hotels in the most enjoyable regions in Austria, 1 hotel in Slovenia and 1 new hotel opening in Bratislava at the end of September - each one features its own unique style and character, heartfelt Austrian hospitality, friendly and professional service and every staff member's genuine commitment to making your stay a memorable experience!

Austria Trend Hotels & Resorts also guarantees that we have the perfect location for your meeting.

No matter if it is a business presentation, a meeting or fast internet access, Austria’s leading hotel group can provide just the right support: from professional service to the most modern technical equipment and versatile conference facilities for up to 5,000 participants – we offer the right setting to make your event a raving success, be it in a tropical pyramid made of glass, at a beautiful lake, in a castle or on a hill with a fantastic view over the city.

The new Austria Trend Hotel in Bratislava will fit perfectly into the varied selection of Austria Trend Hotels. Standing right at the entrance to the pedestrian zone and in the heart of Bratislava’s Old Town, the new Austria Trend Hotel will open its doors by the end of September 2009. Its outstanding location provides business and leisure guests with an ideal base for their appointments as well as their sightseeing tours.
With 201 rooms and suites with every imaginable comfort, this is the best place to enjoy a relaxing overnight stay after a successful day. The rooms combine understated design with state-of-the-art amenities, inviting guests to while away hour upon restful hour. With its stylish Executive Club, featuring a private lounge and exclusive Executive Rooms and Junior Suites, the hotel meets and exceeds the highest expectations of its guests


A 335 m² seminar area, featuring four rooms which can be flexibly combined and cutting-edge conference technology, offers space for about 210 people. Our restaurant and hotel bar invite you to enjoy a relaxing time while also creating the ideal atmosphere for business meetings, private dinners and an after-work drink.
After a busy day full of new impressions you can unwind in the hotel’s very own 5th floor wellness area. A fitness centre with cardio equipment, sauna amenities and a quiet area provide a perfect way to wind down after your eventful day.

BOOKING INSTRUCTIONS
Contact: Mr. Csongor Köver, Director of Sales, Austria Trend Hotel Bratislava
Tel.: 00421-917 443 468, e-mail: csongor.koever@austria-trend.at

or

directly with the hotel’s pre-opening reservation office:
Tel: 0043(1) 699 00-2008
Fax: 0043(1) 699 00-2030
e-mail: bratislava@austria-trend.at, www.austria-trend.at/bra

AUSTRIA TREND HOTEL BRATISLAVA
Vysoká 2 , Staré Mesto
SK-81 411 Bratislava

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