During the congress, parking will be available in front of the hotel or in the reserved parking lot free of charge.
The Palace Art Hotel Pezinok with its artistic atmosphere reminiscent of the noble House of Pálffy brings life to the 800-year-old castle. The energy of the cycle of human life, the garden of the four seasons and the space of centuries. Cultivated privacy reserved for the clients in the comfort of the rooms and suites.
History of Pezinok Chateau
The circle of the chateau is closing. In the 13th century, the original water castle with double walls and moats was the seat of the noblemen from Svätý Jur and Pezinok. For almost eight hundred years it served as a hallmark of wealth and power. The first written mention of the fortified castle dates back to 1271. In the 14th and 15th centuries, the local counts defended the king against the Turks and Hussites. They ruled for three hundred years until they died by the sword. After that, the owners, supporters and enemies of the kings, and the rulers themselves took turns owning it. It was only the Pálffy family that rebuilt the castle in Pezinok into a chateau-like form. And the last of them, Ján, left unique collections in the chateau. After his death, more than 110 years ago, they were to become the basis of the Pezinok Chateau museums… The dissolution of Austria-Hungary and the emergence of Czechoslovakia, as well as the two world wars, brought hard times. In 1930 the Pálffy family sold the chateau to the town. At that time it was already in a ruinous state. Since 1936, the Slovak Vineyard Cooperative, later the state-owned Wine Works, operated here. The legacy of the last member of the Pálffy family is fulfilled by Štefan, the first of the owners of the Šimák family – a philanthropist who not only improved the state of the chateau, but also made his own collections of art glass and other historical objects available to the general public.
ACCOMMODATION is arranged by Progress CA, s.r.o.
Accommodation booking is possible until 31.08.2023 or as long as there is free capacity, by filling in the registration form.
The number of beds in the hotels is limited; we therefore recommend that you book early.
|Single room||Double room|
|Vinársky Dom||from 76,- EUR||from 87,- EUR|
|Vinársky Dom ***||from 68,- EUR||from 95,- EUR|
|Hotel Rozálka ***||from 75,- EUR||from 92,- EUR|
|Hotel Tilia||from 112,- EUR||from 119,- EUR|
The listed prices are per room and per night, including VAT and are informative only. The exact price of the room will be confirmed depending on the type and occupancy of the room.
Bratislava – The Beauty on the Danube
Bratislava is the capital of the Slovak Republic and the largest city in Slovakia with more than 475,000 thousand inhabitants. It is one of the youngest European metropolises and still developing with great dynamics. Contemporary Bratislava offers a wealth of opportunities for cultural activities, entertainment, as well as sports and recreational activities within the city or in the surrounding area. It is a popular destination for lovers of culture as well as good food and wine, which is produced in the nearby Little Carpathians.
One of the main landmarks of the city is Bratislava Castle which towers over the Danube. You can enjoy a magnificent view of a large area of the city from its courtyard. The gardens around the castle are ideal for walks and relaxation after a long busy day.
Not far from the castle stands St. Martin’s Cathedral, the coronation cathedral of the Austro-Hungarian rulers from the time of the monarchy. It is an impressive historical landmark of Bratislava, located within easy reach of the ancient winding streets in the historic centre of the city. Lovers of history and sacred art should not miss the opportunity to see this cathedral not only from the outside, but also explore it from the inside.
Michael’s Gate is the only existing gate of the four original entrance gates to the Old Town of Bratislava. It is through this very gate that people have been entering the heart of the city continuously since the 14th century. An exceptional part of the original Bratislava fortification, it is also a jewel combining several building styles. The climb up the tower provides a magnificent circular view of Bratislava and its surroundings. There are many excellent restaurants, cafes and bars in the vicinity of the tower.
Observation tower, bar and restaurant. All this is included in one of the famous symbols of Bratislava – Most SNP – the Bridge of the Slovak National Uprising with a UFO Lookout Tower. 95 metres above the Danube you can enjoy an intriguing menu with friendly service. Above the restaurant there is an observation deck offering a stunning panorama of the city of Bratislava.
The Church of St. Elizabeth (commonly referred to as the Blue Church) is an Art Nouveau sacral building located in Bratislava’s Old Town.
The Blue Church stands on the outskirts of the centre of Bratislava on Bezručova Street. The church was built between 1909 and 1913 according to a design by the Budapest architect Ödön. It is one of the iconic buildings of the capital, which earned it a place in the Brussels Mini-Park featuring miniature monuments of the European Union, where it represents Slovakia.
A trendy contrast to the historic centre of the capital also referred to as the new centre of Bratislava. It is located by the Danube embankment, on the border of Old Town, Ružinov and Petržalka. The skyscrapers have a bold, confident and modern design and sculpt a new attractive skyline of the city. The designs of the individual towers come from renowned architects, including the famous Iraqi-British deconstructivist architect Zaha Hadid