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Savic Hotel
Ranked #35 of 646 Hotels in Prague
Certificate of Excellence
Reviewed 8 July 2014

We just returned from a trip to Prague and stayed at the Savic Hotel.
It was a real gem. Location was perfect, service was excellent, spacious
and nicely decorated rooms, and the hotel was just charming.
In regards to some of the other reviews, I must say that we had no issues
with air-conditioning (and it was hot in Prague), plenty of hot water, and for
those who complained about the breakfast, I can't imagine what more anyone
could have asked for. We missed breakfast on our last day due to an early
morning flight, and the hotel packed us breakfast to go. Even that was delicious
and plentiful.
If you are reading this review, don't look any further....just book this hotel. You
won't be sorry.

  • Stayed: July 2014, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 8 July 2014

I am not a fan of Boutique Hotels that are restored from heritage buildings. I found them awkwardly designed and often have ill conceived features to shoe horn into the heritage spaces. In our recent stay in Prague (June 2014), we gave boutique hotel another go and booked Savic Hotel in the old town. It was one of the best recommendations made by our travel agent. We booked a Superior room (to avoid small rooms) and was allocated a loft conversion room. It was spacious with a beautiful and functional bathroom. While the window was small, it offered a restricted view of the hustle and bustle of the old town. To really appreciate Prague is to stay in the old town. The Savic is walking distance to all the sights - Charles Bridge, Prague Castle, Jewish quarter and the lively Old Town square. Close by to the old town is also the main shopping pedestrian mall of the that leads to the Winchelas Square and more shops. The staff was amazing and strong - as one of them has to carry our 30 kg luggage up the spiral staircase to our loft room. The breakfast room was a delightful enclosed atrium with a good spread (not lavish) and a egg station for those who fancy an omelette or simply fried eggs. Juices were freshly squeezed. The reception managed our bookings of excursion to Kutna Hora, a dinner cruise and a symphony performance at the Spanish Synagogue. The Synagogue is one of the most lavished and ornate house of worship and it was a great setting for classical music.

Attached to the hotel is also a beautiful fine dining restaurant. The food was excellent and good value for money.

The Savic Hotel changed my minds about boutique hotels.

Room Tip: I suspect that the standard rooms could be on the small side. We booked a Superior room to ensure t...
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1  Thank Anthony H
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Reviewed 8 July 2014

Me and my cousin stayed at Savic Hotel between 19/6 and 23/6.

Our 4 night stay in Prague could not have started worse when the transfer arranged through Savic Hotel forgot to pick us up from the airport. After a few calls to the hotel, however, the transfer did arrive and because our booking was forgotten by the transfer company they compensated their mistake by taking no charge for the ride.

When we finally arrived at the hotel we quickly realized that the main advantage of this hotel is its location as it is located very centrally, in the heart of Prague, and therefore close to all main tourist attractions. Rooms are very clean and comfortable. These aspects were important for us and we were more than happy with what we saw this far.

Upon arrival we arranged tours (Prague, Dresden and Karlovy Vary) for each day through the hotel reception that we had discussed by email prior arrival. If you plan to arrange tours through the hotel, make sure to bring cash in local currency as they do not accept other currencies. One could expect the hotel to be more flexible in this matter, for instance, by accepting major foreign currencies or at least by offering exchange service. Also do not expect to begin your day with a sophisticated breakfast, as the breakfast at Savic Hotel is basic and somewhat disappointing for such kind of hotel.

Overall, we were happy with our stay.

Special thanks to Lenka for all the efforts made to meet our needs.

  • Stayed: June 2014, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 5 July 2014

My husband and I arrived with another couple after travelling from Budapest by train. We were warmly welcomed with a glass of wine and an up grade! Wow our room was superb with king bed and large marble bathroom. Everything was first class including the quality breakfast with a chef for eggs exactly as you like them.
Can't rate this more highly- best hotel we stayed in during our 5 weeks in Europe.

Stayed: June 2014, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 4 July 2014

If arriving by train or plane into Prague, l can definitely recommend transfers. The cabs in Prague are quite notorious for charging a little extra and the hotel transfers are first class and very low cost. I had Junior Suite room 208. It spacious, however the bars below result in drunks hordes until 4:30AM... and lam a heavy sleeper! Request in advance that you are given a quiet room unless you plan to join the hordes, in which case you'll not be bothered at all. Breakfast is a little dissapointing and is held in an atrium within the centre of this old monestary, not in the wonderful patio area visible in so many photos of the Savic.

  • Stayed: July 2014, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 28 June 2014

I must take no credit in booking this hotel, this was all the good work of the friend I was travelling with. We stayed for 4 nights in June, and the first thing of many things to impress us was the welcome. An extremely helpful and friendly receptionist checked us in very quickly indeed, providing us with tips about tours, transport and locations of various sights to see during our stay. We also took advantage of the free wine we were offered on our arrival.

We were given a lovely, comfortable room on the third floor, which was accessible by either a lift or by stairs. There is no bellhop/luggage assistance, but the lift provided us the service we needed. The room itself was a marvellous surprise; beautifully decorated, clean and pleasingly large. Most European city hotels suffer with lack of space unless you pay through the nose for it, here's looking at you London, but our room had oodles of space and was decked out with a flatscreen tv, free tea and coffee, a mini bar, various snacks, a safe and an extremely swish marble bathroom. The air conditioning was also an absolute god send, and wasn't loud at all so we could sleep with it on through the night

The local was spot on. In comparison to my previous stay in Prague where it was a good 25 minute walk to Wenceslas square, this hotel was slap bang in the middle of the old town area with great access to the town square and a great selection of shops/bars/restaurants nearby.

The only niggle was the breakfast, which did offer a quite delicious cup of tea, but the layout was a little odd and the range of food wasn't really to my taste. However, this really can't take away from what was a lovely stay

Travelled with a friend for a city break.

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Reviewed 28 June 2014

My daughter and I recently visited Prague and stayed at the Savic Hotel. It was a monastery that was renovated right in the heart of Olde Town and within walking distance of all of the things we wanted to do and see.. We were greeted warmly and any request we had was quickly responded to. The rooms are beautifully appointed and with very comfortable beds. The bathrooms were done in marble with more than enough toiletries. A wet bar was fully stocked and snacks were always available in the room. Breakfast was excellent with a multitude of choices. We felt like we were at home staying at The Savic and would highly recommend it for any traveler to Prague.

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Address: Jilska 235/7, Prague 110 00, Czech Republic
Region: Czech Republic > Bohemia > Prague > Stare Mesto (Old Town) , Praha 1
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Restaurant Room Service Airport Transportation
Hotel Style:
#20 Business Hotel in Prague
#23 Family Hotel in Prague
#26 Romantic Hotel in Prague
#32 Luxury Hotel in Prague
Price Range: £64 - £513 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:4 star — Savic Hotel 4*
Number of rooms: 27
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
The Gothic and Renaissance building, which has in it the original ceiling in certain parts dating to the year 1319, is one of few in Prague. The Savic Hotel is situated in the heart of the city centre at Old Town Square, just a few steps away, on the cobbled streets, from the famous Astronomical Clock. ... more   less 
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