Booked into the Abri from Sunday for five nights in March. The hotel itself is in a great location, close to tram stops and a 10 minute walk away from Metro Namesti Miru. Plenty of nice pubs & restaurants nearby.
Would consider the hotel to be an average two star, the rooms are basic but comfortable, however the breakfast is just an excuse, the worst I have experienced in my travels. Ended up just taking the coffee and toast as there was little or no selection of meats, cheese, bread rolls etc, plus no fruit or yogurt on offer.
My first night on Sunday was okay and I slept soundly, however the next two nights, Monday & Tuesday were a nightmare. A school tour with twenty loud teenagers booked in on Monday, and were making a little noise throughout the hotel when I went to bed at 12:30am, however I managed to get off to sleep. But at 03:50am to 05:30am I was awoken by the noise coming from the room next door. Just kids making noise all night, may have been drunk.
When I complained the next morning at the desk to the woman on duty and requested a room change, she replied that there was no point in changing a room as they had a Portuguese school tour in rooms all over the hotel and an Italian one booking in later that day. In fact I was told that I was the only guest staying that was not part of a School tour. When I asked to speak to the manager, I was told that he was not available. She said she would talk to the School organisers and to give it another night.
The Tuesday night was a nightmare, constant noise, doors banging, shouting, singing the whole night through. When I went down to the front desk to complain, the hotel person on duty was drinking wine with the underage kids and replied what do you expect when there is school tour in the hotel. I just had to go back to my room and suffer it.
Next morning, I phoned up yeego.com and left a message about the situation, then rang up a few hotels until finally I got in for two nights in the Hotel Tyl. Packed up, handed in the key to the front desk and headed for the other hotel for some sleep. Yeego have said that they will try and get me a refund for the two nights I did not stay at the Abri.
My recommendation to anybody who reads this is to avoid this place, unless you don’t need any sleep during the night.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This 3-star hotel is in the historic center of Prague, a 15 minute walk from Wenceslas Square and 5 minutes from the Namesti Miru subway station. Free Wi-Fi is available. The spacious and quiet rooms at Hotel Abri have a TV and a bathroom. Czech and international cuisine is served in the Abri's restaurant. There is a 24-hour front desk with a tour desk and an internet terminal. The hotel is in the peaceful residential district of Vinohrady. The Jana Masaryka tram stop is a 2 minute walk away.Outdoors Terrace Media & Technology Telephone, TV Food & Drink Restaurant, Bar Internet Free! Wi-Fi is available in all areas and is free of charge. Parking Private parking is available on site (reservation is needed) and costs EUR 15 per day. Services Airport Shuttle, Shuttle Service (surcharge), 24-Hour Front Desk, Tour Desk, Baggage Storage, Fax/Photocopying General Non-smoking Rooms, Elevator, Heating Languages spoken English, Czech ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Abri Hotel Prague