Nice old building but awkwardly modernized on the inside. Rooms are OK with the basics. Few TV stations. Great night watchman who is happy to talk to you. Free WiFi only in the lobby and free cable internet in the rooms. Breakfast buffet was average with the exception of the disgusting coffee which I don't think was even coffee. It tasted more like the kind of "ersatz" coffee made out of malt that used to be drunk during the communist days. Pfui! Great vegi restaurant around the corner on Lužánecká street. Haribol. There is only one set meal for 69 Kč about 3.5 €, you can speak English there and also pay in €.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hotel Europa was opened in 2009 and provides its guests with 15 private internal parking lots and 45 spacious rooms divided over 4 floors of a wonderful building in the art Nouveau style. Every room of the hotel is peaceful, bright and equipped with all the amenities to satisfy the modern traveler's every need: high speed internet connection, satellite TV, air conditioning, minibar and telephone service.In 2010, 30 contemporary artists, of Czech and Italian nationality, were invited to enjoy the experience of cohabitation inside the hotel and reflect upon the subject of hospitality. As a result, the hotel is transformed into a great artwork and becomes a unique meeting point for art and tourism. ... more less
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