Stayed here with my girlfriend during the w/e.
Centrally-located. Staromestkaya square is just 5 minutes by foot, the main casual shopping street (w/ cinema) 5 minutes as well as the luxury shop street . Karlov brigde is around 15m by foot.
Hotel is brand new and nicely decorated.
Once you check you are offer a free alco/non-alco coctail and snacks everyday.
The room is just fantactic (especially in the evenings). Very big king bed, seperate shower with tub, seperate toilet.
B&O tv, electronic drapes on the window, cute telephones, free internet, plenty of space for clothes and in the room, great mini-bar (with two bottles of evian free of charge a day) and free nespresso equipment.
A pillow menu is available. In the evening the bed is prepared for your night with nice chocolate and 3-day weather forecast.
Umbrellas are available at the front-end.
We had a rate w/ breakfat. Breakfast is served at Siddha cafe (which is in the building as well). Just fantastic. Very tasty (you choose stuff from the menu - omlettes/pancakes/fruits/cheese/ham/bread/juices or order all together ;))
On the negative side - (i) the cleaning in the rooms should be done better (there are some stains on the walls and the doors), though not crucial as maid comes twice a day to clean up the room; and (ii) the prices for stay are very high (from 400 euro per night).
The hotel also has a buddha bar/restaraunt where you can grab a drink or dinner at nights. Nice cocktails there.
I would also note that there is no swimming pool and no seperate SPA (they are doing massages in your room or in one of the transferred hotels rooms, however, it is not finished yet). There is also a tiny jym with jacussi (which was broken at our stay).
The staff is nice and tries hard to make the stay pleasent and they are good at it.
Generally, I believe it is a landmark in Prague and can be put at the same level as Mandarin and Four Seasons.
I would definatelly stay here again once in Prague and I recommend it hardly.
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- The Buddha-Bar Hotel Prague represents the first property of the new Buddha-Bar Hotels & Resorts chain inspired by the legendary Buddha-Bar brand. Trendy hotel concept goes beyond expectations to ensure a relaxing andrejuvenating experience through its mystical fusion, exquisite designs, highlypersonalized services, state-of-the-art technologies, top-end amenities and culinary delights served at Siddharta Café. ... more less
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