VIP lounge is the perfect retreat pre-flight in Bratislava


hotel-surroundingsAs one of the most up and coming destinations in Europe, hosts to the European Parliament conference, and the home to one of the world’s most stunning landscapes, with 55% of all the country stunning woodland, you need to be booking flights to Bratislava at your earliest opportunity.

Indeed the Christmas markets are a sight to be seen, with delicious Kapustinica Pork Sausage and sauerkraut soups, hundreds of varieties of sausages, beautifully knotted vianocka brioche, and row upon row of intricately designed hand-crafted toys, ornaments, decorations and best of all – giner bread, all lit up in a magical wonderland that rivals any in the world.

When you get to the River Danube, you have to book a room at the Grand Hotel Riverpark where you can sample the finest wines in Europe and look out across the river, or sample the much-loved Zion Spa.

18c9e6dcb78ae720_bigFrom the hotel, you’re just a short boat trip from the closest capital city of another country in Europe, Austria’s Vienna – also well worth a visit.

When you come to travel home, be sure you book yourself into the Caproni Business Lounge. Business class travellers’ lounge can be found on the second floor of the Departures terminal in the area between the bar and the fast-food snack bar, behind the Security check on the right side. Thanks to its partially remote location, it offers enough privacy, but at the same time also offers an attractive view of the whole entrance hall area through a see-through window façade. Regular business class passengers, as well as holders of selected types of loyalty cards associated with our regular airlines and their alliance partners can access the lounge. Entry can be also purchased at the VIP Lounge reception. Price: 25 €/person/2 hour.

Passengers visiting the lounge can expect a wide range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages and snacks, and the Apple SWP corner with the latest computer technology and internet connection, TV and a selection of international and local daily newspapers, all free of charge.

The food was excellent, with freshly baked baguettes, fresh and light salad options, a wide range of tortes and desserts, and a fully stocked hot drinks, or soft and alcoholic cold drinks bar.

Not to mention the exceptional staff who are only too happy to help you find that all important charging plug, or laptop wifi connection to keep you up to speed.


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