Five-star Sheraton hotel opens in Bratislava

Following the opening of the Arkadia and Albrecht hotels in recent years, investor Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide and developer Ballymore Group on February 24 opened Bratislava’s third five-star hotel, the Sheraton in the new Eurovea complex, the TASR newswire wrote. “We’re confident that the Sheraton will boost the number of visitors to Bratislava given that over 50 percent of the guests here hail from neighbouring countries ... thanks to Sheraton's quality, insights and global presence we’ll increase the number of visitors to the Slovak capital,” said Ballymore Group Chief Executive David Brophy.

Following the opening of the Arkadia and Albrecht hotels in recent years, investor Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide and developer Ballymore Group on February 24 opened Bratislava’s third five-star hotel, the Sheraton in the new Eurovea complex, the TASR newswire wrote.

“We’re confident that the Sheraton will boost the number of visitors to Bratislava given that over 50 percent of the guests here hail from neighbouring countries ... thanks to Sheraton's quality, insights and global presence we’ll increase the number of visitors to the Slovak capital,” said Ballymore Group Chief Executive David Brophy.

As the centrepiece of the new Eurovea shopping and housing complex, due to open in April, the Sheraton in Bratislava offers 209 rooms, a 700-square-metre congress area, restaurant, bar, confectioner’s shop, spa and fitness centre. TASR

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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