I came to stay for few weeks, already after a while i felt really good. The staff is very friendly, Radek and the other guys from the front desk already helped me out when needed. The overall cleaness is guaranteed by the very nice ladies, responsible for that. Thanks
Cheap hostel (not hotel!) for school trips. Always noisy, many drunk groups (as far as I heard the language - from Germany). Also expect a lot of noise from buses, cars and cargos arriving and departing 24/7 (feels like living on the cargo station). The parking is not for free so you might end-up parking on the street nearby on the prohibited places (expecting a ticket from police). The police btw is also coming very often here to calm-down drunk guests which doesn't seem safe :( There is lobby and ticket machine on the ground floor but for all other infrastructure you have to use the new residential complex nearby, though, it looks like locals are not welcoming at all.
Nice room on 21 floor with a stunning view. Breakfast was little bit poor, just some pecies of dry ham, no warm food as eggs/sausage, only beans. Many options of juices and good tea. Parking is pretty expensive, but you can park outside the hotel on the street.
My first and certainly NOT my last trip to the beautiful city of Prague. Not sure where to begin, my hotel concierge suggested a terrific idea. Handed me the brochure for All Inclusive Tours. Reading over the brochure, I pondered...36 sites + lunch in 4 hours?! ( did the math in my head to calculate the approximate time travel/view per site visit) The concierge hit the nail on the head saying...you’ll be able to see most to all the major Prague sites, and then you can narrow them down to which ones you want to revisit !,, GREAT IDEA!!! Next day, sneakers on, ready to GO! I am picked up, taken to main meet-up location, join our group of ~30 . Our tour guide MARKÉTA welcomes us, we introduce ourselves. She shares with us the “intel”...we will see A LOT, we’ll be on a quick pace, stay together/keep up, asks about any health issues or difficulty with stairs. t each location, MARKÉTA shared historical info, some tales, and,personal experiences. Because this is fast-paced, it,s important to keep-up, listen/Learn, enjoy your guide MARKÉTA. NOTE: Depending on the day, time, moving from place to place you may not be able to see a bldg such as the Cathedral is closed. Be understanding ...see it another day. Want to take pics.watch your time...this is a photo shoot tour. The tour guides care about you and very passionate about their city of Prague. Hooray got MARKÉTA…
When we first walked in we were super shocked to see a bunk bed in our „two bed bedroom“. Overall the room was really clean but would prefer the rugs on the floor. Breakfast was okay but nothing special, definitely could use more selection. Also didnt really like the fact that there was non-dairy milk for the coffee so I ended up drinking it later at a coffee-shop. Overall an okay visit but not sure if I would go again. The hotel is nowhere near citycentre but it was close to subway station so we weren’t bothered by that!