We stayed here from the 28th of December through to the 2nd of January and had two rooms in the hotel (rooms 23 and 33). Room 23 is a large two room suite and was clean and spacious. Room 33 is a double room (we had ordered a twin but the bed was so large the occupants decided not to change!). The rooms are high ceilinged but also quite dated, this wasnt an issue for us as it was clean and quiet. The windows are old fashioned double paned style with a 10cm ledge between the two pains, this means you can store beer bottles between the panes to keep them cool.....useful.
The hotel is built around a central courtyard and some rooms only look inwards to the yard hence seem a bit dark to me. if this would be an issue to you I'd confirm with the hotel first.
The location is perfect for those who want to explore on foot as you really don't need to use public transport at all.
Overall we would recommend staying here, mainly for the location. We didn't partake of breakfast as it was 7 euro each and we preferred to have a coffee and a sandwich in the room before heading out for the day and grabbing brunch somewhere in the city.
The staff were all very friendly and helpful and the place was clean and well kept.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hotel Salvator belongs amongst Prague’s Listed Historical Buildings. Therefore it represents true Prague Town life with all the historical elements.The Czech architects have kept the character of the Old Town building by setting the rooms around the inner garden courtyard with labyrinthine restaurant extending along the ground floor and Gothic cellars.Direct access on foot to all the major parts of magic Prague together with the quality services offered by the hotel create an easygoing stay for both business and leisure travellers.Hotel Salvator is located directly in the historical city centre in quiet Truhlarska Street, which leads to Namesti Republiky (Republic Square). There are important historical monuments at Namesti Republiky; the Powder Tower (Medieval Gates to Prague’s Old Town) and the Municipal House (Art Nouveau Gallery House) from the balcony of which the independence of Czechoslovakia was announced in October of 1918.With the new spirit of the developers of the 21st century Prague’s biggest shopping mall “Palladium” opened in the neighbourhood of the hotel. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Salvator Hotel Prague