Published at: 2016-08-02 15:59 | Author: CIJ Slovakia
Park Inn’s owner hopes to redevelop the entire building, but for now has begun a complete renovation
The Danube Hotel Park Inn in Bratislava’s old town district has been closed for what its owner says is a long-overdue renovation. The rooms have been emptied and stripped bare, but construction workers are still removing materials and setting the stage for a complete overhaul of the building. The investment group Sitno purchased the property out of foreclosure in February 2013 with the intention of knocking it down and building a larger multifunctional project on the site, but planning difficult...

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