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Masarykova Kolej Hotel
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Reviewed 30 March 2010

I am not a traveler at this kolej, but rather a student on exchange at CVUT Prague, staying there 4 half year. Just to warn everyone that this kolej is one of the worst experiences in my life. Staff is rudest among all already very rude- Czechs. Room is small and dirty. Canteen food is disgusting and u can get much better hotels nearby with only slightly higher price.

  • Stayed: February 2010, travelled on business
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4  Thank Andrew9023
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Reviewed 3 January 2010

the most important information about hotel, location - 2 minutes from the dejvicka metro station, from where you can get to the city centre in 10 or less minutes. the rooms themselves, are satisfying, its an ok place to stay if what you are looking for in a hotel is only a place to sleep and rest after a long day of sight seeing. but BEWARE! you CAN and WILL get lost in the maze of corridors, people who enjoy fps type of games should know what I mean. The downside, the room was a bit dusty although the furniture was brand new.

  • Stayed: December 2009, travelled as a couple
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Thank cihro
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Reviewed 1 February 2007

Study bedroom used as a hotel room showed some signs of wear but otherwise was comfortable.

Major concern was that the signs for the fire exit lead down a stair well to a door that was locked. In the event of fire, fumes would accumulate in this confined space. When asked about it the hotel said that they would send security people to open the door ! (The security desk was a considerable distance away, and what if they are dead?). The walk from my room to the nearest usable exit was a considerable distance. I was on a low floor, so could get out of my room window (with some difficulty) so I decided to stay-on despite the take-it-or-leave-it attitude of the staff. People on a higher floor would not stand a chance.

Many academic conferences from England are organised at this hotel. I would recommend organisers to quiz the hotel about the adequacy of their fire precautions before organising conferences there.

Stayed: September 2006
1  Thank GoodOldBloke
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Reviewed 7 August 2006

The Masarykova Kolej Hotel is a quiet, clean and reasonably priced place to stay just out of the centre of Prague. I am a regular visitor to Prague and Dejvice is my favourite place to stay, out of the over-crowded centre but in easy walking distance of the castle district (if you are fairly fit, adventurous and have a map it is within walking distance of the centre too).
The Masarykova hotel exists primarily for lecturers visiting the technical college and does not offer as many tourist facilities as ordinary hotels, however if you are a confident and truly independent traveller it does offer peace and quiet, twin rooms, an excellent breakfast and a small beer hall in the basement. It is close to the final stop of the 119 airport bus and the terminus of the green line of the metro.
It can be tricky to get a room at the Masarykova especially if you are in a group and you are unlikely to meet up with other English speaking travellers - so if swapping travellers tales is your thing you need to go to a hostel. The student bar is open to hotel guests however and here you are more likely to fall into conversation with students from many nations.
I would suggest that the Masarykova best suits a more mature traveller seeking a sophisticated Czech experience rather than a bustling "party" atmosphere, it is in a great location and a pleasant base from which to explore Europe's most beautiful of capitals.

  • Stayed: December 2005, travelled as a couple
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7  Thank Lilol
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Reviewed 8 October 2017 via mobile
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Stayed: October 2017, travelled with friends
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