Hotel Roma Prague
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Roma Prague
Great Location - Shame about the staff
The Hotel is in a great location, the rooms are spacious and clean with a good sized bathroom and the buffet breakfast is not bad. In short it's what you expect of a four star hotel.
However our stay at the Hotel was spoilt by the incredibly rude receptionist on the last day. Because we had stayed in various rooms and on the morning of the checkout various people were wanting to leave at different times we had previously agreed with the other receptionist/manageress(who ws pleasant) that can we pay for the rooms on a per person basis instead of a per room basis.
However when we tried to do this with the other receptionist did she not only refuse but made the one person pay for all of the rooms. To cap it all I think she swore at us in Czech as well.
After reading trip advisor reviews on this hotel I knew I wasn't going to be disappointed.
The hotel staff on arrival were efficient and pleasent and from first glance the hotel looked very good.
The room was spotless and the bathroom was a good size.
We stayed for three nights and in all three days are rooms where cleaned and fresh linen and towels provided.
I would definately recommend this hotel as it is situated very close to Prague Castle and Charles Bridge and also has a tram stop outside the door.
We stayed at this hotel in April 2005. A group of us went for my husbands 40th birthday. We booked the hotel after reading the comments on trip advisor and we were not dissapointed!! Hotel was lovely and clean ,excellent location near Campa Island,hotel staff were very friendy and they recommended a couple of excellent restaurants. The only down side was that the bar was not open very often. well worth staying here. When we go back we will definately stay at this hotel.
Relaxing Time at Hotel Roma
We found the Hotel, clean and comfortable. The staff were friendly and efficient. The breakfast selection was very good. We asked for a quiet room which we got and had a restful time in our room. The location is fine if you don't mind walking the 10/15mins into town. There are plenty of choices of restaraunts within 5/10mins walk of this Hotel (heading toward Charles Bridge).
Just spent 3 nights at Hotel Roma Prague. The hotel was very good nice clean rooms- with modern facilities. The pillows could have been comfier. The location was great 10 min stroll to the old town & just across the road from the fenicular railway to the tower - shame that it was closed!
Hated the Roma
Oh dear, what a disapointment this hotel was. On our arrival the receptionist (who couldn't even be bothered to look up at us) virtually threw the pens at us that were needed to fill in the check in forms which was the sign of things to come. The rooms do not have tea or coffee making facilities or a restaurant (just a room for the breakfast buffet), or room service as our operator advertised and the fitness room and sauna were never open. We requested extra pillows on our first night and were told after an hour that they do not have a chamber maid to bring them and would not even give them to us while we were stood at the reception, we had to wait a further 30 mins for another member of staff to come in. On our second day we had no hot water to wash in before breakfast and was greated with a shrug from the weekend Manageress who simply said that there was nothing she could do. The staff on reception on Monday were very polite and helpful but for us it was too late. Prague is beautiful but for us it was spoilt by this hotel, we would not recommend it to anyone and certainly would not say it deserves a 4* rating. Also do not fly with Czech Airlines, the airport was closed for 2 days on our return and their policy for bad weather does not include hotel accomodation or even a drink and some food so when all other airlines were quite obliging we were stranded and had to wait 7 hours in a queue for a transfer only for that flight not to go either.
it is a very pleasant hotel situated only a 10 minute walk from the old town.
the rooms are very comfortable. there is free access to internet and the bar area is very pleasant to stay after a long day visiting the city !
Great breakfast !
There is a tram stop right in front of the hotel which is very pratctical (1 day ticket 70cz = £1,60) .
We really enjoyed our stay in this hotel
This hotel is excellent
For the average traveller this hotel is great, it is in a excellent part of town (Mala Strana - old town) about a 10 min walk to the castle and charles bridge. There is also a pub right next door which does excellent food and beer and it is very cheap, I have stayed in this hotel 3 times in the past and I honestly can't fault it. Feel free to contact me if you require and further info on the hotel or Prague for that matter. Alan
It's a very good hotel, very well located at the lovely Mala Strana, with large , clean and new rooms, although the view isn't nice (at least at my room). The breakfast is very good too.
A excellent deal
Nice hotel and location
The hotel Roma is in a good position opposite the funicular railway which runs to the top of petrin hill. The No.22 tram stops outside, this is the tram to the castle. The hotel is an old building which has recently been totally refurbished. The rooms are not air condition as the octupus web site claimed, but the rooms are clean, bright and well laid out. The self service breakfast was very good and the staff very helpful. From the airport I would recommend using the Cedaz mini buses at a cost of 480 Kc (£11) for up to 4 persons. They have a booth adjacent to the exit doors of the airport terminal. The mini bus will deliver you to your hotel and the hotel will arrange your return to the airport with them.
It takes about 10 minutes to walk to Charles Bridge, Go in the tourist information office in the tower and buy a tram/metro ticket, we used a 3 day pass at 200 Kc (£4.65).
I would recommend this hotel, we stayed for three days and had a pleasant stay and the fact that we could board a tram outside the hotel and travel around the city (and what a city!) was a bonus.
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