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All reviewsprague castlepetrin hillcharles bridgeold townstrahov monasterymala stranaquiet locationlarge bathroomdeluxe roomsmall hotelstaff was very friendly and helpfulquiet at nightclose to the hotelyogurtmini barbeautiful hotelperfect stay
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Reviewed 16 September 2009

My wife and I stayed in the Domus Henrici for four days recently and it could not have been any better. It has a wonderful location in the Castle Quarter with a five minute walk to Prague Castle and a tram stop about three minutes in the opposite direction. The city is eminently walkable but the tram is cheap and quick, especially if you don't want to walk up the hill after a day in Old Town or the Jewish Quarter. We stayed in the Deluxe room which is one step up from the Standard. The room was beautiful and large with a great bathroom. Although Europeans may not have bought into the virtues of an American shower, the tub was large and the shower attachment convenient to use. The king size bed was very comfortable. The flat screen tv offered two English language news channels if you don't want to get away from it all completely. The two terraces have a great view of a portion of Prague and are a great place to enjoy a glass of wine or eat a meal as we did. There are several small markets within easy walking distance where food and wine may be purchased. The breakfast was very good with a wide selection of fruits, yogurt, breads, Czech kolac, cereals, boiled eggs, jams, jellies, cheeses, ham, salami, coffee, and tea. The staff, headed by Martina, could not have more helpful. They could give advice on almost any item of interest to a tourist from directions to restaurant recommendations, as well as securing tickets for some entertainment venues. The hotel can provide transfer service from either the airport or train stations. We availed ourselves of both and the prices were very reasonable, about 15% of what we paid for the same service to and from Newark Airport. When we return to Prague
we would not consider staying any where else. All you need to do is spend one afternoon near the noisy and crowded Old Town Square to realize why.

  • Stayed: September 2009, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank JimMorristown
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Reviewed 17 July 2009

I stayed here for three nights with my (now) Fiancee and have to say, it was a great hidden gem that i am so happy i stumbled upon when booking. i booked the trip to propose to my better half and the view from our room (room 6) was brilliant, out across the petrin gardens and up to petrin hill, and to the left you could see all the way to the charles bridge and the centre of the city.

The rooms are huge in size and the room we stayed in had a separate dressing room and a very large bathroom, which even had a chair in it. there is no air conditioning, and when we stayed the weather was very warm/hot, but it was still fine as the room was cool, and the many window opened out fully allowing a lovely breeze to go through the room.

the bathroom was huge as i mentioned and very well presented, with a large corner bath just big enough for two people, complimentary bath robes, a toilet, bidet, and sink, and a chair.

the bedroom had a 22inch flat screen tv, and dvd home theatre system as well as a digital radio, a large king/ two large singles pushed together (which didnt move like they do in most places), a desk with high speed internet access phone and fax, and a well stocked and very reasonable mini bar.

breakfasts were simple but very nice with a fair amount of things on offer, served in a quaint room that always had sedate and calming classical music playing at low volume.

the staff at this hotel are a fine asset and are really very helpful, and friendly.

Location wise, it is great for prague castle and if you choose to walk as we did, you will probably lose a few pounds as it is at the top of the adjacent hill to petrin, although it is easily reached by tram as well for those that arent up to a little hike.

We found that if you walk slightly along from the hotel and follow the path along the contour of the hill back down, there is an entrance to the petrin gardens that leads along a lovely walk through the grounds.

at night it is very quiet and peacefull, and extremely romantic around the area of the hotel, and novy svet is a stones throw from it, which is great as there are a few very good restaurants there, adding to the romance.

I have been to Prague several times, and this is a fine example of a romantic location and great service, probably not one for the stag and hen groups as it could make for an interesting journey home after a heavy night, but if you want somewhere for culture romance, and great views, you could do a lot worse than this.

  • Stayed: April 2009, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank RobVR6
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Reviewed 28 June 2009

What a gem! Rooms are conservative in style, but very comfortable. I stayed in the suite and also in one of the standard (not deluxe) rooms. I was satisfied on both occasions.

This place is not really a hotel - there are only a few rooms, and they actually share the building with a few regular flats. But there is a tiny reception area and a lounge/breakfast room. The building is historic, but not in a cold way, it is very cozy.

Thus Domus Henrici is somewhat similar to some other fine establishments in the same area. Golden Horse, which is only a street down, is more of a 'residence' (the rooms have kitchen corners and the reception is only occupied at the time of expected check-in or departure); it is also the cheapest. Dum u Velke Boty (House at the Big Boot), a bit further down in the valley, is an upmarket B&B with a very genial owner family.

Domus Henrici has one great advantage over these three - the views. From your room or one of the terraces (not all rooms have views, but all lead to one of the two terraces) you have a calming view of the Petrin tower and the park below. And as you exit the hotel you are looking directly at the spectacular Prague Castle, just a two minute downhill walk.

The place is very clean, beds are comfortable (the one in the suite is really nice). Staff is completely unobtrusive but efficient.

Two issues mentioned in the previous reviews:

Access: you can walk from downtown, which, yes, is a relatively steep climb, taking 20-25 mins from the nearest tram stop (Malostranske namesti). However, the walk leads you up one of the most picturesque streets in Prague!! So you should not really compain. Alternatively, you can take the tram to the other side of the caste, from where the walk is 15-20 mins, a very gentle climb, and also very picturesque.

Bells: yes, you can hear the bells from the nearby monastery on some occasions but this is not such a serious issue. You can also hear the gentle bells of Loreta, playing a melody. If you take the suite, though, you will not be bothered at all, as this is extremely quiet.

If you are picky you can find some small issues. In my case I did not like the fact that there were only German TV channels available, plus CNN and MTV and a very grainy Czech TV. But you are not going to watch much TV in Prague. On one occasion the milk at breakfast was slightly off, but this was rectified with apologies within 10 seconds of me saying so.

Anyway, overall this is a superb place. What's more, at current discounts (due to economic crisis) Domus Henrici is a truly amazing bargain. I really recommend it.

  • Stayed: June 2009, travelled on business
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1  Thank LemonadeJoe
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Reviewed 3 May 2009

We stayed at this hotel for two nights and we wish we could have stayed longer. The view from our room was amazing (looking out over Petrin Hill. It was in a quiet location within a 5 minute walk to Prague castle. The rates were reasonable, rooms clean and the staff extremely hospitable. Breakfast was quite good with a variety of meats, cheeses and pastries. Excellent place and highly recommend it.

  • Stayed: April 2009, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 12 April 2009

Domus Henrici attends to details and offers gracious and aesthetic accomodations. The staff are professional and do what they say they will do. You can trust them to make your arrangements and assist you with travel plans. The inn is beautiful and peaceful. We are a mother and college age daughter. We did not hear any guest noises through the walls. Staff speak excellent English. And it is so nice to have a couple of English television stations to watch on the modern flat panel tv in the room. The views from the rooms are terrific. We had a lower priced room and still had a stunning view of Petrin tower. Our room was warm and cozy when it was cold outside. On warm days we threw open the large windows and enjoyed the fresh breeze. Always had plenty of hot water for showers. Facility is very clean. The lighting is good. The bathrobes were very thick, and the towels were good. Breakfast included protein foods and was abundant and varied; fruit bowls and coffee were refreshed all day long.

  • Stayed: March 2009
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1  Thank M00dyBlue
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