The hotel is centrally located in Ostrava and it is easy to walk to many places if you wish. It is an old building which has been sympathetically restored and some original features - such as the flooring in the Reception Area - have been preserved. Our room was lovely - with both a mini bar (complimentary soft drinks) and a larger fridge in the "kitchen corner" at the room entrance. There is also a sink unit, microwave and coffee maker.
Comfortable bed and plenty of good pillows. The room was quiet - the windows are those with 2 parts to them - an inner opening and then about 4 or 5 inches away an outer opening window. There was also air conditioning which was quiet and easy to adjust. Everything necessary seemed to be provided but the staff were so helpful that I feel sure they would supply anything else requested. No problem in the bathroom - and we didn't need a degree in electrical engineering to operate the shower!
We only ate breakfast in the hotel - but the buffet included a good selection of items. There was a separate area to request eggs cooked to requirements (I had fried) or pancakes if preferred. I tried both and they were very good! The terrace is pleasant for breakfast (in suitable weather) or for a drink in the evenings.More