Stayed here for 3 nights at the start of April. Initial thoughts when entering reception is that it feels more like a hostel than a hotel, but the thought changes once you get to the room.
Check in and check out was very slow and unfortunately we had Italians staying at the same time who are rude and think they come first. This may have delayed things which is no fault of the hotel but still impacted our trip.
Rooms are large and beds are comfortable. Plenty of storage. Bathroom is a bit cramped, you can only get in the shower if you close the door etc. We were on the first floor above a currency exchange. Lots of bars and restaurants locally but didn’t seem to wake us up or impact sleep. Fridge, microwave, kettle and hairdryer all in room.
Breakfast is included in the price, quite a good choice for continental. There is soup, hot dogs, toast, yoghurts, mousse, lots of breads, jams, cheeses, cold meats, fruit and juices.
Location is a 10 minute medium paced walk to the old town square, plenty of bars and restaurants on route. Good size supermarket around the corner, also a shopping centre with the usual fast food chains. We managed to walk everywhere in Prague.More