Looking for a place to stay in Ruzomberok? Then look no further than Hotel Acko, a family-friendly small hotel that brings the best of Ruzomberok to your doorstep.
In addition, while staying at Hotel Acko guests have access to 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and currency exchange, and you can stay connected with free wifi. You can also enjoy a pool and a lounge while staying at Hotel Acko.
While staying in Ruzomberok, you can check out a popular Mexican restaurant like Restaurant Koloseum, which is serving up some great dishes.
If you are looking for something to do in the area, Vlkolínec Village (1.2 mi) is a popular attraction that is within walking distance of Hotel Acko.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Hotel Acko as you experience everything Ruzomberok has to offer.
We have dinner here and food was great. Room is acceptable, sometimes you can hear some car from outside . Pool and Jacuzzi is amazing. Not too good wifi, I think it's because our room is a bit far on the last part. Bed has good quality of matress ,we had a good night sleep. Doesn't have a free breakfast but you can pay the hotel directly for breakfast .Overall it was nice stay. Will be staying again next time around.
+ free parking a wi-fi + 24/7 reception + good location - next to a very loud road, hard to sleep in the morning (the traffic strats very early) - no proper tabel in the room - bed not very comfortable - broken shower hose
My company has a branch in the city I have used it third time. Mainly because of the price and localization almost in the center of the city. It's an old one no luxury, but what's important for me comfortable bad. I had no chance to use gym or pool because it is opened till 9.00 pm. It is chip, in right place, some breakfast not to fancy honestly and the coffee in the morning - what do you need more for a one night stay during a business trip?
Why must restaurants have the radio playing, and playing loudly? It really detracts. The hotel staff was helpful; some had limited English but we managed. The room had separate living area with a train-like bunk bed that functions as sofa otherwise. Bathroom had separate compartments firs how're and toilet. There is a charge for jacuzzi and sauna, but it is private and reserved with staff on hand to supply sheets. The room rate is so reasonable that it seemed fair. A small exercise area. The dinner was surprisingly good. The fish, for instance, was on tasty green sauce. Wine by the glass to be avoided: thin. Invest in a bottle. Charming wait staff. Breakfast was also adequate--but again with radio on.
I have been travelling for years in some not so developed countries as well but this hotel is among the worst I have slept in. I had booked 2 nights but I left after the first. It was dirty (some photos attached). I first thought is was the usual "used look" of some old hotels but no, it was simply dirty. The shower had mould and dust, the sink had hairs, the toilets had many spots, etc. I used my own bed sheets after seeing some spots on the sheets even if they had that "washed" feeling... It was also noisy (I had room 101 with a view on the noisy roundabout and their blinds did not keep any light out at all nor their windows much sounds out). I barely slept. I had booked it because it was a "dream offer" on Booking and there was a pool. When I saw the state of the bathroom (and separated toilets) I did not use the pool (better safe than sorry). I used the restaurant only for breakfast but it did look ok. I asked for another room next morning but they offered the same kind of used dirty room so I left. The nice colourful rooms you see on their site were not the ones I saw: the orangey-brownish rooms were (it is in fact an apartment). Mine smelled like "Febreze product trying to hide tobacco smell"... They apologize and did not request any payment for that awful night. They asked me why I did not request another room the night before but the lady at the reception had told me after my request (because of the noise) that there was no other available room... it was too late to change hotel after discovering the real state of the room particularly as I hate driving at night.…