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|"Perfect location Nice breakfast Friendly Staff."||(in 72 reviews)|
|"Big rooms, nice staff, amazing location."||(in 47 reviews)|
|"Included breakfast was great!"||(in 50 reviews)|
|"do not stay at this hotel"||(in 20 reviews)|
|"Shower was leaking into the carpet."||(in 13 reviews)|
|"The bed was extremely hard."||(in 3 reviews)|
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The hotel room was quite big and comfortable. The interior design of the room was practical. There is no air conditioning so be prepared for the heat. When you open the window for some fresh air, flies are also another issue.
We were shocked by the currency exchange rate. We had booked online a double room for 314 euros. When we went to the hotel and gave our credit card, they charged 340 euros worth of Czech currency! So be sure to avoid credit card and take cash with you there if you don't want to see a 10% increase in the hotel price. The receptionists were very rude, and they were bad in English. The view from our "very small" window was terrible. The morning we left, the receptionist offered to call a taxi. I told that we were waiting for airport shuttle. Instead I kindly asked her to call the driver to ask when the airport shuttle is arriving. Her exact answer: "You have your own phone sir. If I call, the hotel has to pay." Are taxi calls free then?
Room was clean and big enough. Bath room also clean and big enough. The breakfast buffet was very good, also very good price/quality ratio.
We had a room on the street side, and it could be very noisy during the night. Some of the staff members were very friendly but others were less friendly and didn't really seem to enjoy their job.
The hotel is situted in the old town and only a few minutes walk from the Square/Astronomical clock which is the hub of the area, and walking on further brings you to the famous Charles Bridge where you can join a trip on one of the canal boats (Kr.2.90, which includes a beer, coffee/cake or ice cream) and the Captain gives a very good commentary on the various points en route (and quite comical). Excellent value. Lots of walking tours to go on (I noticed some are free) and most leave the square at 11am. I was on one that also took you to a Czech cafe for an authentic lunch, which was enjoyable. The Department Store next to the Hotel was good for rolls/juice and saved lots.
The room was nice although had no air conditioning, and as it was hot during my stay the choice was to open the windows to the noise of the Jazz club across the alley which went on into the early hours and hear the dustmen lift the bottles in the morning - or swelter! However, Reception gave me a fan to keep the room cool. Bed was hard, if you like that. And, the 2 x tiny tins of nuts they have in the room cost Kr0.60 each, not Kr0.60 for 2 pieces as they list, ridiculous, so avoid. As it happens I only went down for breakfast on one morning; not a huge buffet display I have to say, more sweet stuffs than savoury, I had some cut up tomato/cucumber, cheese and baby rollmops (the eggs must have all gone), so for me wasn't worth the bother
the manager is nice. the food need to be impoved, the location is great,
i had few conflicts with few hotel staff members at their night shifts - they really pissed me off at the New Year night! i mean - let the guest rest till the next day and then settle with him all the things - but they were really annoying...it must be improved
The hotel has an unique position at the historic city. The room 43 has a balcony with a great perspective across the historic city (Hradschin, city hall, powder tower).
The room has no safe and no TV/radio.
This hotel in Art Deco style is located in a small side streetin the very centre of Prague. Quiet and peaceful accommodation with excellent transport links and parking in garages just a few steps from the hotel. Non-smoking rooms, some with views of the Powder Tower, Municipal House and the Prague Castle and Hradcany. All rooms include complimentary Wi-Fi and our full buffet breakfast. Own restaurant with beer garden, beer Pilsner Urquell, Czech and international cuisine.
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