I really liked this hotel - everything was good quality and it was very comfortable to come back to in the evening. My room (which was the cheapest sort) was spacious and well furnished, with a relaxing decor. Everything worked well, including the wifi. Breakfast was a bit limited, but perfectly fine, and the staff were friendly and helpful.
It's located on a side-street leading off the main square (Horni Namesti), and there are plenty of cafes and restaurants within 2-3mins walking distance. The Opera and Mahler cafes in the square are particularly nice for an afternoon coffee and cake! There's a decent supermarket ('Albert') very close - turn right on leaving the hotel.
If arriving by train, there is no excuse for splashing out on an expensive taxi - the public transport system in the city is very easy to use. The tram platforms are directly in front of the train station - buy a 14CZK (0.5EUR) ticket from the machine on the platform, then get Tram 1 or 7 (every 5 mins or so) to Okresni Soud. This tram stop is right next to the hotel.More