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the hotel was clean. The usage of hot tub and sauna was always available upon request and very very clean. The service was perfect, the hotel personnel very friendly. The area was very quiet and extremly safe. it is about a 30 min walk to the center of Piestany. For us no problem but for older guests perhaps a issue.
Very relaxing and walking distance to city centre via fields and river
Kind personal, very nice garden, good food, safe parking, no problem with late arrival- 1 P.M., well-regulated household That you have to announce using of sauna
Was ok - but nothing special.
Tematin is a small, convenient miniSpa hotel in the 'middle of nowhere'. Very safe parking. We did not stay to really experience the spa, thou. The restaurant is good, typical Slovakian, and pleasant. A perfect night stopover.
The Tematin has a very good restaurant, and although we did not use the spa facilities, they appeared to be excellent. Lack of lifts for guests with heavy bags, and no air conditioning and it was very hot.
Very nice, small hotel, in the Piestany's suberps. Nice comfortbale rooms. Good breakfest, although staff somehow slow on resupply. Ease acces from the highway. cock - crow early morning
The staff were excellent and service was always with a smile. A lovely find and thoroughly recommended. As I was using public transport it was a little out of town and I used a taxi from the rail station but this was not a major problem.
Clean, comfortable and spacious room with mirror and dressing table for ladies to do their make up and hair. Reception staff polite and friendly, spoke good English and were extremely helpful. Likewise the restaurant staff, menus written in English and the food was delicious as was the cooked breakfast, an excellent end to our short stay in Slovakia, we would definitely go back again. The external signage could be better even with sat nav we missed it, we found it at the third attempt as other guests were entering, (it may be a local planning issue and not the hotels fault). British tourists have come to expect tea/coffee facilities in their rooms (kettle, tea/coffee bags and cups). This is not a dislike more a suggestion for possible improvement from our point of view.