City Club Hotel

Sokolska 8, Prague, 120 00, Czech Republic | 3 star hotel
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsCity Club Hotel Prague

    Reviewed by lilian.lethborg

    Comfortable, convenient and clean

    Reviewed Jun 11, 2014
    by (8 reviews) Melbourne , Australia Flag of Australia

    The City Club Hotel was an excellent choice. It is about 15mns walk to the Old Town and not too touristic. It is only about 5 mns walk to some fabulous restaurants and the old Museum. The hotel was very clean and the beds were comfortable. The breakfast was adequate and plentiful to get the day of sightseeing started. We actually walked to the Prague Castle from our hotel through the Old Town and returning along the river.
    The people at the hotel reception were very helpful and they sell tea and coffee which you can take to your room. If you are tired after all the walking there are massage chairs at the hotel. Wifi is in the lobby area or pay for it in the room. This was not a problem as there are many tables and chairs in the lobby.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Historical Traveler Reviews City Club Hotel Prague

    Good, clean, basic Prague Hotel

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    Married couple who stayed at the City Club for two nights B&B, 5th & 6th September.

    I agree that the outside of the Hotel doesn't look much like it's online photograph - I was expecting something like a secluded, leafy cul-de-sac not door off the main road. However, hotel is good basic fare. Friendly and helpful staff, basic but clean rooms - better and cleaner than many English hotels for this price. We were on the second floor at the back of the hotel and were not disturbed at all by traffic or other noise outside the hotel.

    Breakfast is basic but that's what we expected - bread, cold meat, hot dogs, cereal and a selection of drinks - it was good enough to see us through to lunchtime. Walk to the top of Wenceslas Square is only about 15 minutes and then a further 15 minutes to the old town square, and we weren't hurrying.

    Doesn't look like the picture much...

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    Stayed for a long weekend there for my birthday recently and I'll give you a quick round up.

    Staff - Very helpful and pleasant, nice friendly people.

    Rooms - Ok for us, we were in the roof with a skylight with no blind and it was very hot - had a fan though and all we needed was a bed for the night so it was fine.

    Breakfast - skip it. It's a continental breakfast, so those looking for the full english need to look elsewhere. Getting a full english, non-continetal breakfast is a toughie in prague - I'd recommend Bohemia Bagels on the Prague Castle side of town or at a push MCDonalds if you must.

    Location - 5 mins walk from Pavlova, 15 mins walk from Wenceleslas Square - not bad at all, anyone saying longer than that is 1 leg short, 3 foot tall or just lazy.

    Other items of note for Prague:

    PragueCard and Prague Passport - no one in the metro stations knew what this was or how to use it - it's supposed to grant 3 days travel on the entire public transport system in Prague, but it's no good if no one knows what it is. Also the discounts aren't well explained in the discount book - there's one for a blacklight theatre show, they don't tell you that there at least 5 simultaneous showso n at various locations - so be careful you get the right one. Also included are discounts for a Prague Castle - it is not THE prague castle, but a fortress called Vyeshrad further south.

    Transport - we actually found walking around to be fine at all times of day so decided not to use the transport system at all, following problems with the 3 day travel booklet mentioned previously.

    Credit Cards - plenty of ATMs and banks with indoor ATMs accessible via your card to unlock the door. BUT, make sure you have cash as lots of places, even restaurants, don't take ANY form of card.

    Restaurants - fantastic food, very cheap, a very good 3 course meal for two cost less than 25. Restaurants tend to be accessible from a doorway in the main street only, you then follow a short corridor and take stairs down to one of the many converted wine cellars that have become restaurants in prague. The food is great, cheap, staff are good - brilliant.

    Tipping - a general rule is, if the bill comes as a nice round number, thy've already done it, otherwise add a little bit, don't go overboard and check the bill says 'service not included' as required.

    Worth visiting?

    Damn right - good hotel, good location, good food, have a good time!

    :oD

    Good hotel, long walk.

    from

    The Hotel City-Club is a decent 3 star hotel on the outskirts of the main part of the city. Rooms are a good size (those at the front can be a tad noisy) with good en-suites. Desk staff very helpful though it takes ages to get your room if a large group is checking in as there's often only one person on the desk and the security guy won't even take your card key to put in your pigeon hole. Breakfast is a continental self-serve with a good variety of cold food, cereals, bread and jams/honey.

    If you have a car the entrance to the garage is very very tight, take care. Only disadvantage is that walking back from the centre of Prague is a haul as it's all uphill and the cobbles can be hard on the feet. Nearest metro, Pavlova, is a 5 - 10 minute walk. I'd thoroughly recommend this hotel but would advise that if you're going to book car hire, DON'T use Alimex.

    Spacious, clean and tidy

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    Went on a hen night to Prague in April, (we were one of very few groups of girls)!!. hotel was easy to check in although when we arrived all rooms turned out to be doubles instead of twin so we had to have them (comically) separated and by separated the maid meant half and inch! Can be a problem if you dont want to get that close to your mates. Very clean and well kept, excellent ensuite for what it cost. Only downside was some of the girls on reception who could do with a few lessons in politness but night receptionist was great and was always on hand to open a bottle of wine or two!! Overall if you're on a budget holiday with a big group the hotel is ideally located, short walk to town or hotel will glady phone you a taxi. Very good value for money.

    Basic City Club.

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    Arrived 11 am after travelling all night, only to be told we could not enter our rooms until 4 pm. No lounge to relax in. 30 minutes walk to Wenceclas Square. On returning we were given a room in the 'dungeons', (ie. wine cellars) with a small high barred window leading out on to the bottom of a 'well'. So dark we needed the lights on day and night and had to go outside to check the weather. It took two days to get a decent room after complaining, although the desk clerk was sympathetic! Breakfast plentiful but same every day.

    Great Hotel

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    This hotel is recommended. The rooms are basic but clean tidy which is the main thing. The staff are friendly and even helped me out with headache tablets after I overdid it on the local brew. It's about 10 - 15 minutes walk to Wenceslass Square which is easy to find from the hotel. I would definitely stay here again.

    City Club Hotel - No Problem

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    Stayed at the City Club end September 2004 with half a dozen mates, no problems at all, Breakfast was basic but plentiful, rooms were again basic but clean and cheap, staff were as helpful as they could be. 30min walk to Old Town Square, 15 mins walk to central railway station. Definitely stay again without any concerns.

    Can't Recommend Enough!

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    having visted Prague regularly and stayed in several hotels in the city, Hotel City Club rates among the top for Value for Money and customer service. All of the group we took to Prague in December 2003 intend to return and stay in the hotel in 2004. The reception staff, particularly the night receptionist, Petra, were extremely helpful and courteous and thier willingness to assist in every aspect of our stay made the whole experience of Prague in Winter and the Christmas Markets even more magical.

    Unsafe Prague Hotel!!!!

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    Unsafe Prague Hotel!!!!

    Unsafe Prague Hotel: While in Prague in July 2003 a group of 21 students and three teachers stayed at the Hotel City Club, and all our rooms were robbed. We checked in at 4PM and left at 6PM to go to dinner, when we returned at 9PM 6 rooms had valuables (camera, money, CD players, CD, change,....) stolen. The rooms were NOT broken into but rather keys were used to get in. We had our room keys with us so we presummed it was someone that worked there that robbed us. Also two other people staying at the hotel had valuables stolen from the hotel safe at the same time! The desk clerk and manager did nothing but laugh at us and said they were not responsible for any loss. We checked out the next day and filed a police report, and of course months later the police were not able to solve anything. Avoid the Hotel City Club at Sokolska 10, 12000, Praha 2

    The goal of the entire staff of the City Club Hotel is to provide the best possible services to all tourists who visit Prague. We have been happy to receive the sincere thanks from a number of them who have been accommodated at our hotel and were satisfied. All the same, come and see for yourselves.

    Respectfully,

    Hotel Manager

    and

    Reception Staff

    TripAdvisor Reviews City Club Hotel Prague

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