Constans Hotel

Address: Bretislavova 309, Prague, 118 00, Czech Republic | 4 star hotel
 
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Constans Hotel Prague

    Honeymoon in Prague

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    We stayed at Hotel Constans during our honeymoon in mid-March. Marvellous! Hotel was top-class and it was very well situated. Just a few blocks away from Nerudova street (try the Restaurant U'certa on Nerudova...). And a few minutes walk to nearest tram-stop next to Lesser Town Square. Very much recommended!

    (Only the towels could have been bigger as someone else said in earlier review.)

    Brilliant

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    Having seen the reviews of this hotel on several different sites, it really is quite clear why no-one badmouths it. The reason? This hotel is top class, no doubt about it. The beds are huge, the staff go out of their way to help you and the rooms are simply immaculate. Bathroom spotless, maid service in room every day (when you've eventually got up!!). It really is a shame to leave this hotel, it feels like home almost straight away. I would not hesitate to return to this hotel or reccommend it to any friends or family. An absolute gem, it was a privelage to stay in such a quality hotel.

    Perfect hotel in a perfect location

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    We chose this hotel after reading other reviews on Tripadvisor. The room was very comfortable and immaculately clean - just what you need after a day pounding the cobbles in Prague. It is far away enough from the hustle and bustle but close enough to the centre. Good choice at breakfast. Staff very friendly and their advice on local restaurants was excellent. The only thing we would like to see improved was the size of the towels in the bathroom! Would definitely stay here again.

    Romance and Elegance

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    Unbeknownst to me, our trip to Prague was to be our engagement trip. My fiance booked one of the beautiful apartments with a balcony with a gorgeous view. The hotel presented us with a bottle of champagne upon our arrival and catered to our every need during our stay. Hotel Constans contributed the most romance to the marriage proposal and helped make this trip one of the most magical ever.

    We will be back, and we will stay in this same hotel.

    Superb - Top Class

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    We were first time vistitors to Prague staying three nights. We booked the hotel through Expidia.

    Were surprised to be stopped and searched whilst in the taxi - but our driver explained we were passing the US Embassy and they stopped all vehicles.

    The hotel is one minute from the Embassy in a fantastic location - quiet, quaint and quality.

    The staff at the hotel are excellent, friendly accomodating and knowledgable. Couldn't have expected better.

    Our room was spotlessly clean and more of an appartment than room. The whole place looked band new. Immaculate bathroom.

    Breakfast had plenty of choice and all on offer was top quality. Had one evening meal at hotel during the stay which was the best meal we had in Prague.

    Located in such a quiet area but five minutes from Charles Bridge and over to the busy city meant that having enjoyed all Prague had available you could sleep in peace.

    Would visit again at any time.

    Beautiful rooms - romantic!

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    A lovely hotel, one of the best I've stayed in. The quality of the rooms is excellent I was sad to leave. It is ideal for couples on a romantic break not for families in my opinion. There are plenty of stairs so ask for an accessible room if you aren't fit etc. Few facilities, it really is just a base for Prague which is a short walk to Charles Bridge.

    Fabulous

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    If this hotel has a popularity index of 56 in Prague, it must be the best kept secret in the country.

    Everything about it was superb, with a single exception. Breakfast was excellent, but there are better restaurants for dinner.

    As far as accomodations and service were concerned, it ranks with or better than some of the most famous and expensive in the world.

    A Gem of a Hotel

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    This hotel is lovely and quiet. It is close enough to walk to all places of interest to tourists, but is off the beaten path - and provides a welcome respite from the crowds. Breakfast was excellent, and the rooms large. The bathroom was the biggest I have seen in Europe. Staff was friendly and helpful, restaurant recommendations were excellent. I would happily return to this beautiful little hotel.

    Perfect in Every Way

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    A beautiful city - a truly wonderful hotel! Located "up the alley" from the US Embassy, this little gem of a hotel and the wonderful staff made our first visit to Prague very memorable. The location on the western side of the river in a perfectly quiet neighborhood is a short stroll to the entire city. Minutes to little restaurants, concerts in the churches and a short walk to the castle, make this hotel perfect for a relaxing visit. Try to stay for a week - it feels like home. Large comfortable rooms, a very complete breakfast and a romantic lounge for a late night cocktail is more than complimented by the friendly, knowledgable staff. We can't wait to return!

    Super Quiet and Comfortable

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    Big quiet clean comfortable rooms. Friendly staff and nice breakfast.

    About a 7-10 minute downhill walk to the Charles bridge and all the tourist mayhem. Some good un-touristy restaurants nearby.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Constans Hotel Prague

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    Travel Blogs from Prague

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    A travel blog entry by emmafox17 on Jun 02, 2015

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    ... was! It was pretty awesome with loads of statues overlooking the river but a bridge is just bridge isn't it! From there we came across various different churches, one being St. Nicholas which we decided to climb the 215 steps up the bell tower. The views from the top were fantastic, we could see the entire city which really was stunning. However, whilst up there I successfully managed to bash my head on 2 windows and then walk into a window handle which has now bruised ...

    Prague Sunday

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