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Best views in the city? OUTLOOK Bar & Lounge

Do you know where to find the best view in Bratislava? The answer is OUTLOOK Bar & Lounge. Situated on the 13th floor of the newly established Lindner Hotel Gallery Central, it offers a unique and truly breathtaking view over the city. This new spot on the map of Bratislava’s nightlife will dazzle its visitors with panoramic views and a wide range of cocktails. Or how about booking a table for dinner? OUTLOOK Bar and Lounge is a great option for a business lunch during the day as well as a romantic dinner when the sun goes down.

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Do you know where to find the best view in Bratislava? The answer is OUTLOOK Bar & Lounge. Situated on the 13th floor of the newly established Lindner Hotel Gallery Central, it offers a unique and truly breathtaking view over the city. This new spot on the map of Bratislava’s nightlife will dazzle its visitors with panoramic views and a wide range of cocktails. Or how about booking a table for dinner? OUTLOOK Bar and Lounge is a great option for a business lunch during the day as well as a romantic dinner when the sun goes down.

Lindner Hotel Gallery Central****, located within CENTRAL, the city’s newest shopping and leisure development, is a new addition to Bratislava’s hotels, offering 222 brand-new rooms and suites. For business clients there are three conference rooms available with natural light. Visitors will also appreciate the hotel's location because, after a tiring day, they can relax while shopping, or swimming in the 25-metre swimming pool in the modern wellness center.

Find out more at http://www.lindner.de/en/index_html

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