Welcome to AquaCity Seasons Hotel, your Poprad “home away from home.” AquaCity Seasons Hotel aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
While staying at AquaCity Seasons Hotel, visitors can check out Exaltation of the Holy Cross Orthodox Church (0.5 mi) and Church of St. John the Apostle (1.3 mi), some of Poprad's top attractions.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at AquaCity Seasons Hotel offer a minibar.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including room service. Guests of AquaCity Seasons Hotel are also welcome to enjoy a pool and a lounge, located on site. For travellers arriving by car, free parking is available.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out La Primavera, which is a Mediterranean restaurant that is popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
Looking to explore? Then look no further than Church of St. Egidius (0.3 mi), Square of st. Egíd (0.3 mi), and Tatra Gallery (0.5 mi), which are some popular Poprad attractions – all conveniently located within walking distance of the resort.
AquaCity Seasons Hotel puts the best of Poprad at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Services and aquapark was very nice. Hotel staff was friendly and supportive. Aqua park was clean and well maintained. But it cannot be said about the room. We had a mezonet room and the walls were dirty, carpet totally shabby, beds uncomfortable and staircase way too steep. However I understand that the hotel industry is having very difficult times and it is hard to do refurbishment. Therefore it’s acceptable.
We stayed as a family of three for one night only but unfortunately we were disapointed enough to decide not to visit again. Since we have two years old there was no need to book a bed for a child. So we expected to sleep in one bed which would be perfectly fine if there was not a huge gap between mattresses. Actually it was twin mattresses put together but they did not hold together. If hotel sells rooms like this for families with young kids, it should provide proper quality of sleep! They could put at least a topper mattress on top. Another thing was the AC. The room we stayed in was unbearably hot. We tried to lower the temperature but AC wouldnt go under 22degrees of Celsius and I really doubt there was 22 in the room. It was at least 26. Obviously we turned off both radiators in the bedroom and the bathroom but still we were not able to get the temperature right. Bathroom smelled like urine which probably means they do not clean the toilet properly! Pools and spa area were ok. No complaints about it. Our daughter had a lot of fun there. Selection of food was not great but also not bad. Food was quite tasty, not top quality but some healthy choices available.…
The room was quite large and newly refurbished; you could hear the music from the pool area during the day, but it stops at 9 pm. The pools were rather worn down and crowded, but the spa & wellness centre was amazing with many different types of high quality saunas. We also enjoyed both dinner and breakfast; the choices for dinner meals were limited but the food was tasty and well-prepared. Overall we had a great stay!
We decided to stay here in the middle of a multi-stop trip so the kids could enjoy the aqua park and so we could go skiing. The price was a bit steep compared to what we’d been paying in other places including Prague, etc. but we figured it would be worth it to go to the water park, plus the photos and the description on the website made it sound like this was an upscale spa type resort. Boy were we disappointed. We were put on the third floor which is where the family area is. The walls are extremely thin, and all day and night long adults and others are stomping down the hallway on this floor to go to the water park. Our room was a few doors down from the lobby area which is just open to the hallway – – there’s no door in between the lobby and the space where the rooms are. Well, we have small children that go to bed by 8 PM. And the lobby was playing extremely loud music way past that time. As though it was some kind of a lounge or bar. I finally had to go up there and beg them to turn it off. I had to turn on a white noise app on my iPhone in addition to using my earplugs. Oh, and at about 6 AM every day there was some kind of delivery truck making loud noise in the parking lot right outside our window. Our room was pretty much a dump. There was an upstairs loft area for the kids, and a metal pole from the railing from the stairs literally fell off. The bed downstairs was just a mattress on the floor. Dinner is included with your hotel stay. And the hotel website shows menus for the restaurant, which happened to include what looked like at least one vegan entrée. That’s one of the reasons we chose this hotel. Well, there’s no ordering off the menu there’s just a buffet. With approximately zero items that look vegan except for maybe the steamed vegetables. And literally even coffee is not included. We were so desperate that I didn’t even ask if the pasta was vegan – – it probably wasn’t but we need to eat something. So this is not the hotel’s fault (well, I think—we did eat at the restaurant the night before) but the morning after our first night there two of us got extremely ill. Unfortunately this is the one hotel we stayed at that was not within walking distance of a pharmacy or a little store or anything. And all the issues with the noise and people stomping down the hallway and the bed being a mattress on the ground were made much worse when we were lying in bed with fevers extremely ill. Needless to say, we weren’t able to go skiing, and of the three days we were there my kids and husband went to the waterpark once. Definitely not worth our money to stay here. Travel note: We traveled by train and arrived at the Poprad station. Our original plan was to walk the suppose it five minutes (ha) to the hotel, but our train has been delayed and it was already dark by the time we got there. Uber didn’t serve the area at the time, and so we were hoping to get a taxi. Well they were a couple taxis (?) outside the station but the drivers didn’t speak English and they were very unfriendly. Finally we called the hotel out of desperation and they were able to send a taxi for us. The Poprad station is very small, FYI.…
Feeling kind of let down by our stay (but staff were helpful). We stayed for one night at Hotel AquaCity and looking back 2 weeks later it still feels like it was money wasted. We, myself, wife, and two small children, made this a stop over coming from Budapest on our way to Krakow. I was thinking, great a family apartment, breakfast and dinner, plus getting to go to AquaCity (50eur day family ticket), seems like a good deal. The reality was although the room was a nice size. the second bed was an 'cheap' uncomfortable foam couch - practically unsleepable. it is embarrassing that you consider this a sleep option....go buy a better couch-bed!; the room we were in [I want to say 113] opens on to the outside balcony where people laugh and smoke till whenever they want; next to the kids play room (which was nice for the kids) where some unruly monsters thumped about well past decent hours - the reception refused to do anything about because the families were staying as part of a party; and there was no heat control. DO NOT STAY IN THE ROOM NEXT TO THE KIDS AREA....BAD IDEA. AquaCity itself was very much a let down, half the things were closed (basically any slide) so it was just a bunch of pools...50% of the park was closed....what a rip off. There is no way I would have chosen AquaCity if I had know this. Absolutely not worth making a trip to stay here. On the plus side, reception were very pleasant, the food was pretty good, and the bartender helpful. All and all, the price paid was definitely not at all what I would consider fair for what was delivered.…