Finding an ideal guest house in Trencianske Teplice does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Dom Pavla, a nice option for travellers like you.
The rooms offer a refrigerator, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
Dom Pavla features baggage storage. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to street parking.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Caffe Brigiitt, which is a cafe that is popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
Dom Pavla puts the best of Trencianske Teplice at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
V tomto penzióne sne boli s kamarátkou ubytované od 10.8.2020 do 20.8.2020, v podstate sme boli s ubytovaním spokojné, jednoduché zariadenie staršieho dáta, ale čisté, s vlastnou kúpelňou, balkónom, spoločenská miestnosť s miny kuchynkou, varič jednoplatnička, funguje na 1,mikrovlnka, rýchlovarná kanvica,chladnička s mrazničkou zariadenie skôr v retro štýle, ale všetko čisté, ubytovanie je pre nenáročných ale splní svoj účel, ceny sú tiez velmi výhodné. Mne sa tam páčilo, je to veľmi vhodná poloha, blízko na procedúry, tiché miestečko a čo nám veľmi vyhovovalo, bolo že ani v najväčších horúčavách tam nebolo horúco. Ide o starú historickú budovu s hrubími múrmi, jediná nevýhoda je, ze izby sú na poschodí a ak máte po operacii kolena, bedra alebo chrbtice a odchádzate popoludní je trochu problém dopraviť kufre po schodoch. Stačilo by urobit iba mensie opatrenia na schodoch ako je to v blokoch pre kočiare a pohodlne by sa dali kufre vyniesť aj zniesť. Ked sme prišli pomohol nám pán správca , ktorý nám aj počas pobytu vychádzal v ústrety, bol veľmi ústretový, ale pri odchode v popoludňajších hodinách sne si museli pomôcť samé. Pán správca aj jeho pani manželka boli veľmi príjemní .Keby som mala dať počet hviezdičiek, dala by som 4,5…
After booking a same-night room at around 20:00 on a sunday evening (outside office hours), the manager called to ask more precisely when we would be arriving. When we arrived (at exactly the same time as the manager), he very generously offered us a taste of a few different local items, which we were very happy to enjoy while he took care of paperwork and explained everything before wishing us a good night. There was a small, but functional kitchen in one end of the shared dining area, which we do not remember being mentioned in the description. There was also a sink, faucet and fridge inside our room, while the toilet and bathroom were shared (though it seems like private toilet/bathroom and balcony rooms are available). We did not encounter any other guests in the toilet/bathroom, but met two briefly in the hallway and the dining area. Not much negative to mention, really. The manager speaks Slovakian, but it was quite easy to communicate with him in Polish, and to a lesser extent in English, and after learning our linguistic backgrounds, he did what he could to use words from languages that we would be more likely to understand. It went surprisingly smoothly. As evident from the photos, the installations and furniture are of older date, though everything was functional and clean. There was no blackout curtain, and no mechanical ventilation or air conditioning, but we had no problem with temperature or air quality (despite me being somewhat fussy in that regard). Mentioning this is mostly for the convenience of modern travellers who may have become accustomed to the sometimes unnecessary modernity of hotel buildings. For me, the "classic" style of the building and its interior only added positively to the atmosphere, but this is of course a matter of preference.…