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The Slovak Hotel Rating System


Posted by    September 08, 2018  Leave a comment

The Slovak system of classification of hotel and residence facilities is based on decree of the Ministry of Economy no. 277/2008 (replacing the earlier 419/2001). For each category there are mandatory requirements as well as a number of points required from optional requirements.
***** - Hotel Kempinski River Park, Hotel Sheraton, Hotel Arcadia, Hotel Albrecht
**** - Best Western Hotel Antares, Best Western Hotel West, Hotel Blue, Hotel Crowne Plaza, Park Inn Hotel Danube, Hotel Danubia Gate, Hotel Devin, Hotel Apollo, Hotel Holiday Inn, Hotel Hradna Brana in Devin, Hotel Kamila, Hotel Marrols, Hotel Matysak, Hotel Miva, Hotel No. 16, Hotel Perugia, Hotel Radisson Blu Carlton, Hotel Set
*** - Hotel Adonis, Hotel Baronka, Hotel Borik (Bôrik), City Hotel Bratislava, Hotel Echo, Film Hotel, Hotel Incheba, Hotel Junior, Hotel Jurki Dom, Hotel Kyjev, Hotel Medium, Hotel Sorea, Hotel Spirit, Hotel Tatra
** - Hotel Astra, Hotel Ibis, Hotel Nivy, Hotel Rapid, Hotel Remy, Hotel Turist, Hotel UVS
* - Hotel Plus
without published rating - Hotel Zvarac (Zvárač)
*** - Hotel-Pension Arcus
without published rating - Penzion Gremium, Pension Pegas, Pension Stevan
** - Botel Fairway
*** - Botel Gracia, Botel Marina
Downtown Backpacker's Hostel, Hostel Blues, Juraj Hostel - backpackers accommodation, Orange Hostel, Hostel Patio
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