Renovated in summer 2013, Hotel Selsky Dvur - Bohemian Village Courtyard is located in a quiet district of Prague, a 30-minute ride by public transport from the centre. It offers fully en-suite rooms with a minibar, a charming courtyard and a spa area.A bus stop is located right in front of the building and the Hostivar Shopping Centre is only 1 km away.The farm-style Selsky Dvur hotel is a listed monument built around a charming green courtyard with a mill wheel and the restaurant's terrace. Here you can enjoy specialities of the Czech and international cuisine.All rooms in the Hotel Selsky Dvur - Bohemian Village Courtyard feature a satellite TV and offer views of the courtyard or the green surroundings.
This small 3-star hotel is located in a residential area of Prague, about a 15-minute train ride away from the city centre. Wi-Fi access is free of charge and all rooms have an en suite bathroom.There is a tram stop and a train station within 200 metres. Tram line 22 takes you directly to Prague Castle and the National Theatre in less than 45 minutes. Hostivar Shopping Centre is 12 minutes’ walk away.All rooms at Hotel Wolf are fitted with a small fridge and a TV set. All windows are soundproofed, and some rooms have a private balcony.Buffet breakfast is served daily at Wolf Hotel. You can also have it served in your room. Laundry services can be arranged at reception.
With children driving, there is no parking for free parking and there are not many people in the triple room, far from the city. Hotel facilities are old, sanitary, small room, bathing water, continental breakfast, simple high calorie, protein rich. The surrounding environment is located in a residential area, a familiar Soviet-style building, a familiar feeling. Extremely quiet at night, no screens, no air conditioning, no windowing, no mosquitoes, magical. 5 minutes drive to the supermarket, 10 minutes walk from the subway station, the surrounding restaurants are far away.
We will never return ! First visit to Prague, wanted to spend here the New Year's Eve and a few more days. We choose Top Hotel Prague based on their nice photos and descriptions at booking.com. Well, indeed, this is a post-socialist congress hotel (too large), in reality it operates only at 10% or so. Room cleanness is medium, but concerning the smell of the corridors, we guess that smoking is allowed somwhere. Suprisingly, corridors, rooms, and staircase is un-enlightened. Most of the hotel attractions are closed. None of the bars and souvenir shops were open. The 4 restaurants in their advertisement is a lie, the beer pub is a lie. Only one restaurant works for dinner, but at very low quality. If you are vegetarian or have any food allergy, this is not your place. The breakfast is acceptable but the coffee is terrible. The official arrival time is 2 pm, if you arrive earlier, each hour costs +10 eur. We arrived at 3 pm, and the reception guy insisted to pay all expenses in advance. And it turned out that the wellness section closes at 4 pm! So we rushed down, but the wellness receptionist was rude and arrogant, and kicked us out at 3.45. Very poor and not warm enough jacuzzi... Swimming pool and sauna is roughly OK. Steam was out of order. Rooms do not include bathrobes, so either you have an own one, or you need to cross the full hotel in a bath towel. And all this is not indicated in advance. Bathrobe sounds simple, but you will see how uncomfortable it is without. 4**** wellness hotel without a bathrobe? But prefer the "superior" rooms, othewise you cannot park free and cannot use the "wellness" free. Overall, we did not feel well, although the Charles Bridge and Old Town are of course attractive (ca 20 min drive from Top Hotel) ! In sum, this is an over-marketed and over-priced, max. 3*** rate hotel.
Just spent three lovely nights at this hotel.Hotel is very clean and staff are so helpful especially Christina On front desk.The hotel is a bit out of town centre more in a residential area but tram stops directly outside and metro is a 5min walk which takes 10mins to muzeum where you get off simple . Breakfast is buffet and is hot and cold and plentiful.Overall great value but not if you don't like the hassle of travelling in and out of city.
Abitohotel provides comfortable accomodation in Prague 4 district, Prague's city centre is easily reached via a direct tram ride within 25 minutes. Teplarna Michle Tram Station is just 50 metres away. Guests can benefit from discounts to Burger King located next door and free WiFi is available at the reception.Abitohotel’s rooms all have a private bathroom, seating area and TV. Several units have a kitchenette. Some are spacious and have 2 separate bedrooms. Each floor has a shared dining area and fully-equipped kitchen with a cooker, microwave, refrigerator and kitchenware.Centrum Chodov, a large shopping mall, is a 20 -minute bus ride from the property. Václav Havel Airport is 30 minutes' drive away. Airport transfers can be arranged upon request.
Since the rented car, live in the ancient city of no free parking not count, the ancient city parking is not cheap, so to find a free parking for the hotel, breakfast, live on only nine hundred yuan for three nights, breakfast is very rich, large most locals, great value! The hotel is about 20-30 minutes by car from the city that is also very convenient, Our room was actually three people can live, because there are three beds, clean place, we are very satisfied with the price, wifi a bit not to force a little better reception lobby It is said that there are buses nearby, taking a slope, however, may drive a little better!
Set in a quiet location in Prague-Bohdalec, a 15-minute tram ride from Wenceslas Square, Hotel Peko offers a terrace and a garden with barbecue facilities. Free WiFi and free private parking are available on site. Massages are possible upon request.The units of Peko Hotel offer the garden views and include a private bathroom and a flat-screen satellite TV. Apartment units come with a kitchenette.A breakfast is served every morning. A grocery store is 100 metres from the hotel.The Vyšehrad Castle is located 4 km from the property. The Hamerský Pond is 1.5 km away and the Eden Arena Sport Stadium can be reached in a 15-minute walk.The Chodovská Tram Stop is 140 metres from the hotel. The tram goes to the Wenceslas Square.
Property Location With a stay at Residence Trafick in Prague (Prague 10), you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Prague Congress Centre and Prague State Opera. This aparthotel is 7.6 mi (12.3 km) from Old Town Square and 7.7 mi (12.3 km) from Sea World. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 26 air-conditioned rooms featuring kitchenettes with refrigerators and ovens. Complimentary wired and wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and flat-screen televisions are provided for your entertainment. Conveniences include safes and desks, and housekeeping is provided once per stay. Amenities Take in the views from a terrace and make use of amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access and concierge services. Dining At Residence Trafick, enjoy a satisfying meal at the restaurant. A complimentary buffet breakfast is served daily from 7 AM to 10 AM. Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include complimentary wired Internet access, dry cleaning/laundry services, and an elevator (lift). Free self parking is available onsite.
The hotel environment is very good, breakfast is rich, slightly different every day, Alex is very good, the service is considerate and meticulous. The hotel is clean and modern. It happened to catch up with my birthday when I stayed. The hotel also sent a blessing card and wine, and moved!
Peacefully situated in Prague's residential area close to the Zelivskeho metro station, Hotel Villa is surrounded by a garden. It offers rooms with free internet access and free parking. A paid minibar is also available.The Villa was built in the Art Deco style of the 1930s and was renovated. The hotel restaurant serves Czech as well as international cuisine. Guests ordering half-board may chose from two menus.
I stayed in the Royal Road Residence with my mom in november. Its amazing location, you can literally get to all main attractions by walking. The old Town Square is just 6 mins walking!!! When you come there is a small sign and you should ring the bell to come inside. Reception is in the 1st floor. The staff were very friendly and caring and offered us some hot drinks. We asked them to give us room with balconu and we were so lucky they still got one! The view was AMAZING!! The only thing it was a little bit noisy during weekend because the crowd never finishes on this street. Breakfast was good, specially fresh waffles with chocolate. We stayed for a week and the cleaning was done twice. I will definately come back to this family residence once I am in Prague.
A good hotel, I feel that the service is a bit cold. I am given a room with a skylight. This skylight is very high. I can’t reach one meter and seven. To open this window and pull the curtains, I have to use a pole. The second time was an uncle waiter to help me get it (he said that he would call him again in the future, this praise is very good), but I think it is very troublesome to call people to open the door every time. Later I learned each time. a sweat
I stayed here for 3 nights last month and it could have been better. The room wasn't too bad, however the bathroom looked like it needed a good scrubbing as there were brown marks all over the floor and it seemed like the tiles hadn't been cleaned in a while. The gentleman on reception wasn't the most helpful as when I asked him about buying a ticket for the tram, he simply pointed to a sign in Czech and seemed to be quite annoyed that I was bothering him! There isn't much around the hotel but it's easy to get to the city centre with the tram stop across the road and takes around 20-30 minutes.
The location was great. The castle/palace was just 10 minute walk up the hill. Down the hill was Charles bridge, which is a pedestrian bridge that connects to old and new Prague. The history of the hotel was great, but if you need space the room we were given won’t work. It was very cramped. Couldn’t stand up on one side of the room. No drawers to store lingerie. On the other hand The bathroom was wonderful. Plenty of hot water and good pressure. Oh we had to hunt for plugs and no USB ports. We’d stay again but ask for a room like the picture🙂
The exterior of the hotel is very low-key, the lobby is as magnificent as the palace, and the rooms are good. The service is attentive, and you can feel the quality of the old school hotel.
The hotel was formerly a bank building, so in the evening, I went to VAULT's remodeled lounge for a glass of cognac. It was very quiet and quiet, no one disturbed, NICE.
I rushed to the early flight the next day. The hotel said that if you can't have breakfast, you can help pack the breakfast box. It is very considerate, but we still rushed to the airport before eating.
The location is very close to the train station. In the afternoon, you can see the supermarkets, restaurants, and some interesting shops that live in the locals. You can feel different from the old town tourist area, but the same beauty.
The location of this hotel is extremely convenient, just a short walk to the Charles Bridge on a quiet square in Malá Strana. It was very easy to find and only a short walk from Malasranska metro station. The breakfast provided is also fine; nothing spectacular but adequate. The pictures provided are quite a bit nicer than our room, but it was clean and had an old world charm. And yet to get to our room, we had to haul our luggage up 2 flights of stairs (42 in total) up a narrow, winding staircase. The receptionist said that they do have a small lift for a couple of rooms provided for those with disabilities, but being relatively healthy 72 year olds, they were not available. (and no one is available to assist). So, we dragged the luggage, stair by stair up, then 4 days later dragged them back down. The bathtub is also not meant for anyone over the age of 50 that isn't limber enough to carefully climb in, then carefully climb out again. Hopefully those few rooms reserved for folks with disabilities have a shower or something less dangerous. Again, the hotel has an excellent location in a quieter area than the Old Town, but we would never return.
A beautiful, classical, wonderful little hotel. Kind of get a 5 star vibe and feel. Really suits the stunning City of Prague. Good location (few minutes walk busy tram line station that goes right to Old Town Square and Charles Bridge). Aside from the excellent value for money, one thing that stood out for me and went a long way was the friendly demeanour of the receptionist that greeted me. Her name was Marcella (English pronunciation), so friendly and cheerful. It was lovely to get a warm welcome after a horrible experience in my previous city and hotel. I highly recommend this place. Even has a little private seating/smoking area in a beautiful little garden with gentle music playing out of the speaker. Loved it.
Myself an daughter have just arrived back from having a wonderful weekend here. Such a beautiful 13th Century Hotel with fantastic original features. We had a beautiful suite, which was just perfect. It consisted of living area with a 3 seater sofa, double bed settee, dining table that seats 5 people, a huge wardrobe, a fridge, kettle and 4 huge windows. The bedroom had a king size bed, which was fine for me and my daughter to share. Bathroom was lovely and lots of luxuries (shampoo, shower gel and soap) .... the hotel was in a fantastic location, 3 mins walk to the Clock Tower and about 5 mins to walk to Wenceslas Square. Plenty of restaurants and pears close by. The staff at the hotel were really fantastic, thank you so much Kate, Viktoriya and Renata, nothing was too much to ask, great communication before we left to arrange a driver to do airport pick up and drop off at a very reasonable price. The breakfast was very good, with plenty to choose from. Never went hungry at all.... will I stay here again?? Oh yes I would 😀😀 I would most definitely recommend the hotel and wonderful staff. Thank you once again for such an amazing weekend 😀😀
The hotel is next to the Charles Bridge. The apartment is a 3-minute walk. We will take the keys to the hotel first, then let the driver drive to the apartment. The driver will not do it because it is a one-way street. It takes more than 2 kilometers to detour. During the peak period, the driver said that it would take 20 minutes. After that, we said that we paid extra. The driver agreed. It took 15 minutes to get there. So if there are other students who book this apartment, it is recommended to go directly to the apartment and let the person go to the front desk. Take the key. The location is very good, next to the Lennon Wall and the Mandarin Oriental Hotel, very quiet, in stark contrast to the crowds of the old town, I am glad that I have not booked the old town. I booked a family room with 2 bedrooms and 1 living room. The description reads that I can see the Prague Castle. The actual room is the 1st floor room (actually the 2nd floor). I can see that I have been blocked by other buildings. I can’t see the landscape. . There is an elevator, but the design is unreasonable. The elevator can only go to the mezzanine of each floor, so if you walk down the half-story stairs with a big box, you have to walk up the half-story stairs. However, the room size is very large, the living room is very comfortable, and the heating is sufficient, so that our group of people who have unfortunately encountered the coldest May in Europe feel very warm. The kitchen facilities are very new, very complete, with washing machine and dryer, but not useful. The only bad thing is that the bathroom design is unreasonable. There is only one small bathroom (there is a dock and a washstand) in the whole room. 1 bath room (one bathtub, one washstand, one shower room, there is no toilet), so 4 people actually live. Inconvenient, the toilet should be lined up, and the bathing should be lined up. This time, several apartments in the Austrian Czech tour are like this. Normally, if the extra bathroom is marked, it is usually equipped with bathing equipment, or at least in the apartment. 2 piers, only Austria, the Czech Republic encountered an extra bathroom or no toilet, or no bathing equipment. But the whole hotel feels very good, the little girl at the front desk is also very enthusiastic, I will book this next time.
Said to be a five-star hotel is a bit reluctant, but the price is really good, booked the type of room on the upper and lower levels, although Ctrip said that no extra bed, but went to give the child a bed, 30 euros with breakfast, the room is comfortable and hygienic It was a little inconvenience from the upstairs to the toilet in the middle of the night. The breakfast was in the hotel's own hotel. It was quite rich. The best thing about the hotel was the location. In the morning, no one was going to take a ring of astronomical clocks, even went to The Charles Bridge is not too far away, and then come back for breakfast. When you check in, you will receive a drink voucher from the Red Restaurant on the Internet. The staff will be very good at taking meals. It is very convenient to take pictures.
Great location, not far from center, a train station, and tourist attractions, the hotel brewery offered a great deal for my stay. Since I booked more than 2 nights, I also got free tour. The check-in took a bit longer because they wanted to transcribe every part of my passport. Also, you can't take your keys out-side; you have to leave them at the reception upon exiting. The hotel itself was nice, it has a lot of old charm to the building and the rooms. My room was good for one person, with comfy beds and skylight and all of them were situated on the top-most floor. The bathroom was weird. The the bathtub was situated next to the angled wall, so if you're tall, you have to crouch to take a shower. It's a shower handle, and not fixed to the wall, so your showers are a bit awkward. The beer tour was great, just make sure you book when you arrive and they'll schedule a time with you. It's a small tour (about 20 minutes), but the guy is was really great and spoke both in Czech and English. Plus you got a free 1/2 pint of beer. Breakfast was great. It had both hot and cold food like cooked and soft-boiled eggs and sausages, with lots of drink options. It's buffet style, so eat at your heart's content. Otherwise, room was nice, it had all the amenities as described.
The breakfast is quite good. It is not far from the subway station. It takes three or five minutes to walk. It is better to have less luggage. It is more convenient because the road has ups and downs and is small rocks. The road is not flat. The road, but where to go, is actually very close, there are several restaurants on the side, playing there.
The hotel is just across the bridge from the Charles Bridge Old Town. It is close to the road, very close, next to the goodfood snack bar, about 10 minutes walk from the A subway, the hotel is the fourth floor of the old house. Elevator, the front desk is on the second floor, and we will check in early. When the check-in, the waiter will help to pick up the luggage to the room, check out and pick it up. The two received a city tax of 60 krona, and the breakfast is very rich. The room that was arranged for us was really small. The double bed, one meter is about one meter wide, and the beveled person with a roof next to the bed could not sit up straight, and the sound insulation was not good, because the photo was taken at 5 o'clock in the morning. We were very noisy when we complained downstairs. We didn't say anything loud. It was people who walked on the floor and were noisy. The room is also dim, illuminated by two lamps
After staying for three nights, four people gave the highest floor, and the elevator was at the top of the stairs. The location is close to the subway and bus station (especially the tram 15, you can go to Andel and turn 22 to the castle), there is a shopping center at the intersection, and there is an Albert supermarket on the second floor. There is a breakfast, there is a children's area in the breakfast area, you can draw blocks, children like it.
My partner and I stayed at this hotel for 4 nights. We were sent here because the hotel we booked was closed unexpectedly. The first thing I will say is that, in my opinion this is not a 4* hotel. I suspect it has gained 4* due to it having a sauna. Nothing seemed 4* to me. It is certainly not luxurious. There is no lounge and, although it does have a bar, it is a dark, very small room with 2 tables in it. I never saw the bar open during my stay. We had a double room which had a large double bed. The mattress was VERY firm, which I liked but wouldn't be to everyone's comfort. The room was dark and very small with just enough space to walk around each side/ end of the bed. There was no main light, so just the small lamps each side of the bed. There was a large wardrobe. There was a sign saying that due to Covid, rooms were being serviced every other day instead of every day. Thats fair enough, but we saw no signs of this and our room was not attended to during our 4 nights there. Breakfast was average with a small selection of hot food, cereals, toast and fruit. Not bad, but nothing to get too excited about. On the plus side, the staff were friendly and helpful and the hotel is just a 15/ 20 mins walk from the main Old Town square. If all you want is somewhere to sleep after a long day walking and sightseeing, you'll probably be content here. If you want anything else from your accommodation, look elsewhere.
I haven't been to Prague very often, but I live here every time.
Advantages: There is an underground parking lot, convenient parking and low parking fees. Breakfast was ok. Service attitude is of course no problem.
What do hotels in Prague say, it would be a little disappointing if you expected five-star hotel suites. But considering actual prices, it's worth the money. Anyway, you have a penny. The same price in Western European cities will also get the standard room of a hotel of the same grade.
The suite area is not small, the double bathroom is very practical, and the room is very complete. But it feels that the entire building and decoration hardware is old, and the interior decoration has very obvious traces of use. The bedroom is quite satisfactory, the area is large enough, the bathroom is a shower, and the bed including the bedding is very comfortable. The living room is slightly cramped, mainly because the sofa, coffee table and TV are large, but the writing desk is relatively small. This depends on actual needs. It is a little inconvenient if there are some office requirements.
Little hostel in Mala Strana, 10 mins walking from the city center. Nice neighborhood, calm with beautiful architecture. The hostel itself is very charming, clean and "young". The owners are very welcoming, we arrived sooner than the check-in time, but they made up our room within 30 mins for us to be comfortable. Speaking about the bedroom, we booked the couple one. I wasn't expecting such space! It was like a mini suite, with very nice bathroom (shower and bathtub) and toilets. Big and comfortable bed, large wardrobe, to be short very nice accommodation. Good breakfast for 7 euros/pp (all you can eat buffet)
Very quiet, very good. The bathroom is very clean. The traffic is very convenient. From the train station, take the 5th line and 5 stations will arrive. The waiter at the front desk is very handsome and the service attitude is very good! Unfortunately, there is no public kitchen, but in Central Europe, this price is already very satisfactory!
Compliments to the hotel management, they put the right people at the reception desk, at the breakfast area and at general maintenance. The big plus of hotel Prague Inn is the top location smack in the middle of Prague, at the front of Wenceslas square, which makes everything just footsteps away. Super professional people at the reception desk who gave us very practical tips on where to go, what/where to eat, currency excange and so on. They facilitated for us airport transport and a guided tour of 6 hours through the city, what more can you ask for. Next time we go to Prague, it will be at the Prague Inn for sure!
The location of the hotel is very good, very close to the M2-B subway station, the bus stop at the entrance is 14 and there is a KFC and a delicious bakery on the side. The sights to walk to the New Town are very close and it is really convenient to travel. The room is quite large, the facilities are quite complete, breakfast is OK, in addition to the Asian hotspot without noodle rice porridge, the other is all available, after all, it is Western-style, understandable. The only thing I have to vomit is: the toilet in our room is really high. I can't touch the ground with my height 162, which seriously affects my daily work and is not very friendly to Asians! ! !
A great hotel for the price ,the staff are fantastic and very helpful , also a brilliant location for a short stay in Prague with everything within 10 mins either by foot or on the the tram system ,very easy to get around . Only down side no tea coffee facilities in the room but I have since found out this is not unusual in Czech so bring your travel kettle if you want your midnight cuppa . All in all a lovely hotel for a short stay visitor .
The hotel was great, we were in the adjacent annex - view out our window was nothing special, the room was good sized, fully equipped, and very comfortable. All of the staff is outstanding, super helpful and very accommodating - they will do whatever they can to make your stay great. Lots of great information and suggestions and arranging things if you need. The location right as you walk off the Charles Bridge was super convenient to everything, maybe a 10 minute walk to the Town Hall and 1-2 minutes to catch street cars. They have a great restaurant and staff there too. Their full breakfast with lots of options was a great start to the day too.
Really loved the hotel, nice friendly staff and a great location for tourists , also love the bathroom, and cosmetics 👍 My room was with a balcony facing the square with a great view, nespresso machine and mini bar full of good snacks👌
+ Spacious rooms + really nice dinner (3 course menu) + great service + private spa (big jacuzzi and sauna) available for reservation (separately) and at additional cost (totally worth it especially for couples!) + good massage + perfect distance to old city/Charles bridge and to the cathedral/castle (about 5-10 minutes for both) - if you do not care for privacy in the jacuzzi/sauna and some alone time AND do not want to need to book ahead of time, this may not be the perfect place for you - you really do need to reserve the spa otherwise you will not get the times you want - as an Austrian I just do not get why English breakfast is called "Gourmet breakfast" but others may agree with that definition... We will definitely return!
Top! Good room, extensive breakfast, good location to visit Prague with tram. The room was spacious and very clean. The room girl was very friendly like this from the reception. What I saw for the first time was that when we cleaned the tables, the crawls, fruits and other residues were crushed on the table were simply wiped with a stick on the ground.
When Ctrip booked, it was not possible to add an extra bed and a crib. We booked a big bed room for two children, one baby and one baby. We actually gave us three beds and one baby cot. Order now to make hot omelets, waffles. Other hot dishes are fried vegetables and other common continental breakfast foods. The baggage enthusiast will help you get your luggage (we just have a box, my husband wants to take it by myself and the baggage enthusiastically snatched it up, I'm sorry to grab it again), we will receive a tip, we do n’t know how much to give, ask the luggage Born he said casually, give the second European.
We are at the reception desk around 9:00 pm local time. It is easy to find a building next to the accommodation building. It is easy to find next to Paris Street. It is the kind of hotel-style apartment in the alley next to the Hermes counter. The environment is very clean and clean. No toothbrush and toothpaste is provided. The only inconvenience of waiting for daily necessities is that the elevator can only stop at half floor and still need to carry luggage and climb half a floor. Overall, the price is still OK.
Really enjoyed our stay, very quiet and peaceful despite being in a city. Location is great quick and easy walk to all tourist spots and short taxi ride to the airport. Staff were friendly and welcoming. Would definitely return.
We stayed at Anyday as a family while visiting Prague. The apparments are well placed being close to the tram links, a reasonable walk into the town centre and having plenty of eating and drinking places nearby. We were greeted in a friendly manner and found the staff in reception to be very helpful. The apartment was basic but comfortable. We had a 2 roomed appartment for four. There was one double room and one room with single beds, there was a small kitchen between the rooms and a dining area. The beds were all comfortable and the rooms felt spacious enough. The storage (wardrobe etc) were only in one room which also had a TV and telephone. This was fine for us. The kitchen was a little tatty and I wonder whether it will soon be updated as they do seem to be doing improvements at the moment. It had the necessary appliances and it's was nice to see washing up liquid and tea towel supplied along with salt pepper and sugar. This was a nice touch. A chopping board and a bread knife would have been nice though... cutting fresh bread with a carving knife on a plate wasn't ideal. The bathroom was new and looked great although the shower pressure sometimes dropped to a trickle, but only for a moment. I would stay here again
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