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Le Petit Hotel Prague

U Vystaviste 1/262, Prague 17000 Czech Republic
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#424 of 673 hotels in Prague
Featuring a 24-hour reception, Le Petit Hotel Prague offers accommodation in Prague, 400 m from the Nadrazi Holesovice metro and tram stop. The metro takes you to Wenceslas Square with the National Museum within 4 stops. Old Town Square can be reached in 12 minutes by tram. Various grocery shops can be found in the close vicinity.
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Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
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Breakfast buffet
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Non-smoking hotel
24-hour front desk
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Non-smoking rooms
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Languages Spoken
English, Czech


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Maureen wrote a review Mar 2020
Liverpool, United Kingdom35 contributions36 helpful votes
The good thing about this hotel is that it is so close to the trams that take you into the town We arrived in Prague and thought the taxis were very expensive so we decided to go by train. which is very easy ,so airport bus to the train station a few stops come out of the station and walk up the hotel is literally 5 minutes walk away I can only describe this hotel as tiny ,the rooms reminded me of uni only smaller ,so just a bed which was very clean and a shower, so 4 days living out of a suitcase is well enough,the hotel is clean and if you are just using it for a base its happy days anything else don't stay The staff aren't very friendly ,in fact they don't speak at all We went bed and breakfast ,don't bother going for breakfast unless you want salad and hard boiled eggs sitting on patio tables not worth it there are plenty of gorgeous places to eat in town ,plus the breakfast ladies are scary they shouted at each customer for their breakfast ticket The hotel sounds noisy because it's so small ,if you get noisy people next door you had it you hear every conversation ,light switch ,shower ,toilet flush etc so back to the best bits ,the hotel as I say was 2 minutes from the trains we got a 3 day ticket well worth the money to visit the square and castle etc You must swipe your ticket you will be fined on the spot if you don't and I'm not being funny they actually don't care they are forceful around 3 stops on the 17 tram is a huge shopping complex called the Palladium you could if you enjoy shopping stay all day lots of food stalls too So to some up hotel small but clean Ideally situated for transport don't stay here if you want fancy
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Date of stay: March 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Em240593 wrote a review Mar 2020
Portsmouth, United Kingdom145 contributions63 helpful votes
This hotel was booked by my boyfriend as part of a Christmas present to visit Prague so I had no idea what to expect about this hotel and only had the name to base my expectations. I must begin this review by stating this is not central to Prague but can be reached by Tram or Metro so do not let the location put you off. When we arrived at Prague Airport we decided the easiest way for us to reach the hotel would be to travel via Uber as my boyfriend struggles with motion sickness on Buses ( this is the cheapest way to travel into Prague from the Airport but takes around 40 minutes.) After doing a bit of converting it worked out at around £12 for a 20 minute taxi ride- for ease and comfort this suited us the best. Upon arriving at the hotel there was a poster for airport transfers and this was considerably more than the cost of the Uber so take that into consideration! The area the hotel is set doesn't look great on first impressions ( and considering this had been booked without me researching first I was a little bit worried). The reception staff were pleasant and efficient and checked us in. We had arrived a couple of hours before official check in time so was happy when they told us they already had our room ready. They took our tourism tax there and then ( 1CZK per day I believe , which is a lot cheaper than other places I have paid in the past ). There are free refreshments in the reception area which I thought was a nice touch and maps to help you get to the know the City. The room itself was small as expected with the bed taking up most of the space. I think this size of room is somewhere you can only share with someone you know really well as it is quite cramped and when the bathroom door is opened the space of the room disappears, however as we were only planning to sleep in the room and spend as much time as possible in the City this wasn't a real issue for us. The bed came with a space to store your cases so they did try and give you the most space possible. A big positive for us was the number of plug sockets! I swear in most hotel rooms you either have to search for them or there is only one or two, so that was a massive plus for us. The wifi was really reliable and helped us keep in contact with friends and family at home. My only downsides were that there wasn't a full length mirror or a place to 'get ready' as such. Thankfully I'm quite low maintenance and don't take long to get ready but can't imagine myself being able to get ready for an evening out etc. I found the walls to be quite thin so could hear other guests' loud conversations but for the price we paid I can definitely overlook this. The room was clean and I slept well every night. Myself and my boyfriend tend to walk most places whenever we go away so we did walk into the Old Town a couple of times from the hotel which took around 40 minutes but it was quite nice to get our bearings and get used to where things are and take different routes to see different things. One morning we took the Tram in as we had a tour booked for the morning, I believe we took the number 6 to just past the bridge and then walked for a few minutes. I would recommend this hotel if you are looking for somewhere basic , clean and comfortable place to stay. However if you like your own space and don't know the person you're travelling with that well, maybe look for somewhere else.
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Date of stay: March 2020
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paulagentry wrote a review Mar 2020
Norfolk, United Kingdom18 contributions16 helpful votes
This hotel is small very clean and basic. Good points- amazing shower , excellent location for transportation, clean, speak very good English and excellent price (£17 a night) Bad points- coffee/tea is free but only at reception. Hairdryer cuts out after 30 seconds. No curtains on windows just roller blinds which don’t fit. Would definitely book to stay again Excellent bar not far from hotel called frankies-
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Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Sophie Holding wrote a review Mar 2020
Maryport, United Kingdom2 contributions
We stayed here for a short break away to Prague, the hotel was basic but provided us with everything we needed for our stay! Blinds in the room, working shower, and comfy bed. Walls are thin, but is not a big issue if you already have read reviews about the hotel. Breakfast was basic but for the price you pay is okay. Close to transport links to the city, get there in less than 10 minutes. Little shops around the area which are good for basic items such as drinks and snacks that you might need. Although rooms don’t have a tv, the WiFi is very fast! If you like home comforts this probably is not the place to stay, but if you just want a room and somewhere to sleep then this is the perfect place!
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Date of stay: March 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Ptr wrote a review Mar 2020
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Please note the hotel is not in the city centre. It is overrun with stag and hen parties so if you want some sleep look elsewhere. Don't bother with the breakfast as it's dire. Go up the road to McDonald's instead and it's cheaper if you do stay here.
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Date of stay: March 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Frequently Asked Questions about Le Petit Hotel Prague
Which popular attractions are close to Le Petit Hotel Prague?
Nearby attractions include Lapidarium (0.2 miles), Vystaviste -- Prague Exhibition Grounds (0.2 miles), and Smaltum (0.2 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Le Petit Hotel Prague?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, breakfast buffet, and breakfast.
What food & drink options are available at Le Petit Hotel Prague?
Guests can enjoy breakfast during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to Le Petit Hotel Prague?
Conveniently located restaurants include Stejkarna, Cali Brothers, and Valcha.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Le Petit Hotel Prague?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Czech.
Are there any historical sites close to Le Petit Hotel Prague?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Old Town Hall with Astronomical Clock (1.5 miles), Vysehrad National Cultural Monument (3.0 miles), and Lobkowicz Palace (1.7 miles).
Is Le Petit Hotel Prague accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.