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View of Bratislava Castle from Mamaison Sulekova

Bratislava Castle is one of the Slovakian gems that dominate the views from your window at Mamaison Residence Sulekova Bratislava. Beyond the walls of the hotel, the world outside opens with countless possibilities for the curious traveler. When you tour the neighborhood you will find several interesting restaurants.

Dining near Mamaison Residence Sulekova

There are several interesting eateries not far from Mamaison Residence Sulekova, and one of them is U Mamičky – at Palisády 731/40. It is a romantic spot, with a beautiful summer garden open when the weather is fine, and elegant interiors. It serves both Slovak and international cuisine, with a special focus on fresh fish, octopus, squid, mussels and lobster. Fish and seafood are usually imported from Croatia. If you dine as a couple, try the Dalmatian fish platter for two. The restaurant also serves grilled meats, soups, and salads.

Soupa Bistro (Kozia 602/11) is casual and unpretentious, great for a light bite. They serve honest soups, as well as a wide selection of classic stews, vegetarian specials, and all kinds of fresh salads every day. They also bake cakes to order, and have a good range of sweet and savory pies to choose from. This is a good destination for gluten free meals.

soupa bistro

Soupa Bistro is a homey place, within minutes from Mamaison Residence Sulekova. Just walk down Sulekova St. to Kozia St. and you will find it easily.

For more exotic meals, check out Ashoka – an authentic Indian restaurant at Hodžovo námestie 568/2. Here, every dish is prepared with original Indian ingredients, spices or herbs, imported from India. The chefs themselves are Indian chefs, so you can count on authentic taste and flavors. The restaurant offers a large variety of vegetarian and vegan foods, but also meat based mains. Their mutton Dopyaza is out of this world.

Another Indian restaurant, Gnesh Utsav at Vysoká 2A, specializes in Ayurvedic and vegetarian cuisine. In fact, this is the first Ayurvedic restaurant in Bratislava and Slovakia. Their daily menus change regularly, always counting on soups, curries, rice, chutneys, and desserts.

Ganesh Utsav

Beetroot Kitchedy at Ganesh Utsav – absolutely delicious.

Still on the exotic food trail, Samir offers authentic Lebanese cuisine, cocktails, and entertainment. All the decor elements you will see here in the dining room are original, imported directly from the Arabic world. The restaurant takes you on a a trip to the Middle East through food and original art ornamenting its walls.


The tabbouleh at Samir is the perfect menu choice for vegans and vegetarians.

Jasmin 1 at Židovská 7 is a Chinese restaurant, one of the best of its kind in the city. It has a fortunate location, opposite the St. Martin Cathedral, just below the castle in the historic center of Bratislava. Despite its central location, this restaurant keeps its prices low, allowing you to dine here on a budget, while still appreciating authentic, hearty meals.

These are just some of the restaurants you can enjoy not far from Mamaison Residence Sulekova, and very close to landmarks like the Museum of Pharmacy, the Museum of Arms, the Milan Dobeš Museum, the Arthur Fleischmann Museum, and the Museum of Jewish Culture, to mention but a few.

Mamaison Residence Sulekova Bratislava

Mamaison Residence Sulekova Bratislava is one of the loveliest places to stay in this beautiful city, especially when you visit with your family, or, when you plan a longer stay.

The Bratislava Castle dominates the views from your window at Mamaison Residence Sulekova Bratislava. This is the first, and perhaps the most beautiful image, art lovers will discover while staying with us. Our hotel’s colossal structure is mirrored in the art adorning the walls in rooms and lobbies, in contrast with the contemporary interiors designed by Jestico + Whiles. The residence ranks among the most popular in our beautiful city, for both location, and outstanding value: but for art lovers, staying at Mamaison Residence Sulekova is even more rewarding, as our knowledgeable staff will recommend the must see art galleries, shops, and landmarks, this fine city has to offer – for all ages.

Postcard pretty Bratislava, known mainly for its iconic castle that stands on a rocky hill directly above the Danube, is a romantic city, close enough to the Little Carpathians to be also a favorite in Slovakia for active travelers. There’s so much to do here, that you will need at least a couple of weeks to enjoy the city, and the surrounding countryside, at their fullest. But before you adventure in a journey of discovery, enjoy some of Bratislava’s finest art galleries, institutions that rival some of the best in the world.


The T-Gallery on Panská 24 is a contemporary art gallery, with a strong focus on graphic art and drawing. It exhibits works by reputed artists, such as Géza Németh, Eveliina Hämäläinen, Kristína Hečková, Petr Včelka, Pavol Truben,James Rielly, Marek Cina, Jiří Klabal, and many others. They are mainly young artists, who aspire to become international hits. This is why it is recommended for you to visit this gallery if you are an art collector: the works on display are for sale, at very reasonable prices.

Although established only at the end of the 1990s, Galéria Nova is the oldest private gallery in Slovakia, and is a hub of authentic contemporary Slovak glass art. As a matter of fact, the gallery features almost exclusively works by artists who specialize in creating glass objects following the tradition of Cigler School of Glass.

Don’t miss the outstanding ÚĽUV Gallery, for artisan Slovak arts and crafts, a state-financed institution, set up to support production of artisan folk art objects in cooperation with makers. This gallery sells craft supplies and materials, folk costumes, folk art, and much more. You can even order custom designed folk costumes just for you. Needless to say that, if you want to buy an authentic souvenir from Bratislava, this is the place to find it! Avoid tourist shops that sell overpriced kitsch!


The Slovak Design Centre has its own gallery, where Slovak design can be discovered, enjoyed, and, yes, bought: Satelit. This gallery promotes new design artists, themes and local trends, as well as professional design, unusual and fun design objects, and more: an absolute must, for imaginative, and innovative, home decor, fashion, and everything in-between.

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If Slovakia’s capital had a front door, it would come with a huge postcard of its most iconic landmark, the Bratislava Castle, a central eye-catcher for residents and tourists alike. By far the most photographed attraction in the city, the castle is a place of romantic inspiration, which has fascinated painters and poets for centuries.
This Slovakian gem dominates the views from your window at Mamaison Residence Sulekova Bratislava. Its colossal structure is mirrored in the art adorning the walls in rooms and lobbies, in contrast with the contemporary interiors designed by Jestico + Whiles. The residence ranks among the most popular in our beautiful city, for both location, and outstanding value.

Beyond the walls of the hotel, the world outside opens with countless possibilities for the curious traveller. A ten minutes walk, and you reach the glorious Bratislava Castle, which dominates the city from a rocky hill of the Little Carpathians. Then, the Danube with its blue waves is just a stone’s throw away.

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If you are looking for a more relaxing afternoon, surrounded by nature, walk in the opposite direction from our door, towards Horský park, the green lungs of the Old Town, an oasis of peace for all ages. Or skip the park, and head up to the Slavín memorial, to enjoy some breathtaking panoramic views of the city.

Castle View Business Room

For shopping, the most popular destination is Obchodná, a narrow cobbled street, lined up with small boutiques, budget dining, and several excellent value restaurants. After a daytime whirl around the shops, return at Sulekova, to recharge your batteries in the comfort of your room, with a sip of well-chilled white wine, or a revigorating shower.

Above marketing clichés, Sulekova is a cozy city retreat, with 32 spacious suites, tastefully decorated with contemporary designer furnishings. In family rooms, the vivid colours of the ceiling-to-floor drapes contrast with the calm tones of the furniture, creating a homey atmosphere where young and old will spend unforgettable moments together.

Deluxe terrace Castle view

The same soothing decor follows in business suites, where only several daring accents break the rhythm, inspiring the visitor to explore more of Sulekova’s swish and sexy features. Surely, a 20 minutes soak at the sauna will bring on new energy in weary bodies, while the relax area will subdue all the worry and anxiety of a busy day. On to the more active type, Sulekova’s fitness area is an excellent alternative to costly gyms, and comes equipped with enough modern gear, to satisfy every need.

Hotel Imperial Past

Six of the best Mamaison Hotels and Residences, have been nominated to receive prizes from the prestigious World Travel Awards this year. Mamaison offers accommodation in some of Central and Eastern Europe’s most prestigious cities – Warsaw, Prague, Ostrava, Moscow, Bratislava, Prague and Budapest.

The six hotels nominated include Mamaison Suite Hotel Pachtuv Palace Prague, which won WTA’s Czech Republic’s Leading Boutique Hotel award in 2011 and 2013; Mamaison All-Suites Spa Hotel Pokrovka Moscow is nominated for both Russia’s Leading Boutique Hotel 2014 and Russia’s Leading Hotel Residences 2014; Mamaison Residence Sulekova Bratislava is among the finalists for Slovakia’s Leading Hotel Residences 2014; Mamaison Hotel Le Regina Warsaw is a Poland’s Leading Hotel 2014 nominee; and Mamaison Hotel Andrassy Budapest is running for the Hungary’s Leading Hotel 2014 award. Follow the links to vote for our hotels, and help us win.

All these nominations, and past prizes, reflect the value offered by our chain, in all our properties, all over Europe. Besides the six aforementioned nominations, we also celebrate 10 years in business for Hotel Pachtuv Palace Prague, Hotel Le Regina Warsaw and Residence Sulekova Bratislava, and 110 years since the official opening of Mamaison Business & Conference Hotel Imperial Ostrava.