World’s best hotel is in Slovakia, according to Expedia ranking

Marrol’s, a boutique hotel in Bratislava, was ranked the best hotel in the world by users of the travel website Expedia in its annual ‘Insiders’ Select’ listing published on June 27. The result was reported by the New York Daily News website.

Marrol’s, a boutique hotel in Bratislava, was ranked the best hotel in the world by users of the travel website Expedia in its annual ‘Insiders’ Select’ listing published on June 27. The result was reported by the New York Daily News website.

Marrol’s was chosen from a list of 650 hotels and 500,000 assessments provided by Expedia users who evaluated the facilities, which are located all around the world.

The Bratislava hotel was followed by Al Codega hotel in Venice, the Central American Hotel Royal Corin in Fortune, Costa Rica, the Hilton Garden Inn Aberdeen in Scotland and the Four Seasons Miami, in Florida.

Source: New York Daily News website

Compiled by Radka Minarechová from press reports
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