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All reviewsprague castlepetrin hillcharles bridgeold townstrahov monasterymala stranalarge bathroomquiet locationdeluxe roomsmall hotelquiet at nightstaff was very friendly and helpfulbeautiful hotelclose to the hotelmini barperfect staystayed for nights
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Reviewed 2 June 2012

We stayed three nights in this hotel and it was absolutely wonderful. Our room was a large suite with plenty of space for our bags and two separate areas in the living room for us to sit and work and talk. This in addition to a nice large bedroom and huge bathroom. The beds and bedding were quite comfortable. We had room #7 and although it had no view other than the lovely terrace outside, we found it perfect for our needs as weary travelers at the end of a three week trip. We loved the sound of the church bells.

The hotel is located in the castle district, less than five minutes walk to the castle and within 5-10 minutes of wonderful shopping, monastery, restaurants (and the American embassy). The highlight was the Mala Strana hill just behind the hotel, between the monastery and Lesser Town; a perfect city park for late evening and early morning runs. This hill was beautiful and safe and quite close to the hotel. (Entrance is at the monastery)

The staff were particularly friendly and helpful, and spoke excellent English. The breakfasts were great and they made us custom eggs every morning - all you have to do is ask. The driver, Milan, is very polite and willing to talk about all sorts of history and such while transporting to/from airport and train station.

I would absolutely recommend this hotel to anyone and hope to return again.

  • Stayed: May 2012, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 30 May 2012

Excellent “boutique” hotel well located close to the castle and Strahov Monastery in Prague. Front desk staff was very helpful not just with the standard what to see suggestions but also what to look out for like overcharging in restaurants (we however did not experience this). We were in a fairly small room for 4 days but it was very comfortable, clean and cool despite the lack of AC even with 80 Deg F weather. Morning breakfast was very good with several options but nothing cooked except some boiled eggs (they did offer to make something if you wanted it). View from rear of hotel was spectacular with nice terraces for evening sitting. They have contract with a local driver and the fare to the hotel from the airport was about 25 Euros. Recommended for the price, location and friendly staff.

  • Stayed: May 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 23 May 2012

This hotel is listed among Hidden Places and that is an appropriate description. The entry is a pretty but relatively nondescript door on the street leading to Prague Castle. When we arrived around 7 pm on Sunday night, the night receptionist met us at the curb and helped us with our luggage (good thing as we might have missed the hotel). She then provided us with plenty of information on getting around and sites to see.

There are only 8 rooms in this hotel and it opens up the further in you go. We had room 6, which is a large suite, up the stairs to the very back. There is a fantastic view of the city and Petrin Hill from this room - the best in the facility (if you want a view, ask for this room). It is quite large with a sitting area, desk area and quite comfortable bed. The bathroom is enormous - the only oddity being you must shower in the tub with no curtains or shower stall. That being said, there is plenty of hot water and toiletries are provided.

You wake in the morning to the sound of bells ringing across the city and the swallows flying outside. The room stays cool even in relatively warm weather. The breakfast was plentiful and there is a mini-bar in the room, in case you would like to relax on the charming patio at night with a glass of wine. All the staff were most helpful and the location is great (walk to the castle, catch the tram to the old city). Overall, a charming and delightful hotel in which I would love to stay again.

Room Tip: Pick room 6 for the view
  • Stayed: May 2012, travelled with family
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Reviewed 19 May 2012

We spent 3 nights in this hotel and were glad of the choice we made. The room was quiet, clean, and comfortable. The staff were friendly, helpful and their hospitality was very welcome. The location is perfect, away from the bustle of the city and affording great views from the top of the hill. There are good restaurants close by as well as tram service to get you back up after a day of discovery in the historic city. The staff shared there pride in their city and gave great advice on sites to take in. We especially appreciated the warm cup of tea and cake after a day of walking the cobbled streets of the city.

  • Stayed: May 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 11 May 2012

This is a lovely boutique hotel at the top of the hill in Prague's castle district. Our room (a Deluxe room) was very spacious, spotlessly clean, and had a magnificent view (the hotel faces broadly south, so the views are not of the city but of the Petrin Hill and the lush valley in between). The bathroom was very large, and there was an additional entrance hallway for storing suitcases and coats, with a second door for protection against hallway noise, although the hotel interior seemed very quiet the whole time we were there.

However, as the hotel is located near a number of churches, the bells in the morning can be a nuisance, particularly if sleeping with the windows open, and the lack of air conditioning means that during hot weather it is necessary to keep them open.

Staff were all very friendly, spoke near-perfect English, and were happy to offer advice. The hotel offers an airport pickup/dropoff service for 22 Euros /500 Crowns each way, which seemed a reasonable fare and was very convenient.

Breakfast was decent but not exciting, and was available until 10:30 for late risers. The only quibble we had with the hotel was very minor: toiletries were not replenished when they ran out.

Those with impaired mobility might find the steps within the hotel difficult, and the walk up the hill from the river to the hotel is reasonably steep and prolonged; it is, however, one of the most beautiful parts of town, despite the rather touristy cafes and restaurants on the main streets up the hill. For more authentic places to eat and drink on this side of the river, you will need to explore the little streets of the Mala Strana.

We stayed three nights in this hotel and would recommend it to anyone staying in Prague, provided that you don't mind the walk up the hill or the bells in the morning (which are anyway part of the atmosphere).

  • Stayed: May 2012, travelled with family
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