Inos hotel is situated on a quiet street in Prague 4. It has a direct tram connection (line 3 and 17) to the city centre, at least every 7 minutes during the day. The tram stop is a less than 10 minutes walk from the hotel. Tickets can be bought at the reception. The 32 rooms are spread over 5 floors to be reached by an elevator. All rooms are large, 20 m2 (standard) up till 35 m2 (executive room and suite), but differently equipped. For instance, some rooms do have a minibar, tea/coffee facilities, etc, others don’t. All rooms have a good working Wifi and are equipped with one RJ45 plug. Internet connection is also available from the computer placed on a separate desk in the hotel lobby. This is all for free. In the reception hall there is a sitting corner where you can have some drinks. The hotel has its own parking (10 euro a day).
To reach the hotel you can travel by bus and metro, shuttle bus or taxi. We pre-booked a cab through internet (airport-transfers-prague.com) and paid 40 euros return for 4 persons. The hotel can arrange a taxi for 27 euros each way. Check inn was a little bit confusing, check out went smoothly. All staff personal is extremely kind and helpful.
We stayed in Inos in January 2013 and occupied a room on the 3rd. floor (306) with a view on the street. Due to the double glazed windows the room was very soundproofed. There is a small TV with Czech and German channels. Other channels did not have any sound. There is a large linen cupboard with a safe in it, a working table and two large chairs. There is air-conditioning which, of course, we did not use in January. The heating may be individually adjusted wich is a strong plus because hotel rooms, in our opinion, are very often too warm. The double bed is large with two mattresses. The mattresses are fairly flat and spread on a hardwood or hardboard bed base. In the long run it was slightly painful for me. I solved this problem partly by putting a double folded bedspread under the sheet. The bathroom is rather small with a tiny shower cubicle and a good working shower. Curiously, the shower head is fixed to the wall so low that only a child can use it or you have to handhold it. There is only liquid soap and towels were changed very often, even if you did not throw them on the floor.
Breakfast is abundant: several kinds of bread, cheese and meat products, two kinds of jam, salades, fruit, pastries, several kinds of youghurt and cereals, etc. Coffee is excellent. Be aware that after 10 o’clock you cannot have breakfast (some minutes before 10 O’clock the lady starts to take away the food).
Hotel Inos has one serious problem at the moment. Near the hotel construction work is going on which probably will last several months, even on Sunday. This means that some rooms have extremely much noise. So in booking a room ask for a quiet one in advance or postpone your visit.
Another remarkable issue is that I never visited a hotel where the price of the room changes so often, nearly on a daily basis. One of the websites mentions a price of 29 to 99 euro for a standard room and 59 to 129 euro for a suite, which all in all is very acceptable.
Tip 1: visit Café Savoy, Zborovska 68/124, Praha 5. Excellent restaurant with reasonable prices in one of the old traditional buildings.
Tip 2: Café & Restaurant Slavia, a.s., Smetanovo nábřeží 1012/2, Praha 1. Excellent cuisine in very large old building with view on the Carl’s Bridge and the Castle.
Tip 3: at the corner of Podolské nabr and Podolska (near the hotel) there is a very good café/restaurant. Famous for its beer and exellent food at very cheap prices.
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- Also Known As:
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