Rott Hotel

Male namesti 138/4, Prague, Bohemia, 110 00, Czech Republic | 4 star hotel
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsRott Hotel Prague

    Reviewed by lozsue2013

    Great Location

    Reviewed May 16, 2013
    by (8 reviews) Melbourne , Australia Flag of Australia

    We were fortunate to stay at this wonderful little Hotel around the corner from the old town square. Staff were friendly and very helpful throughout our stay.

    Rooms were fine and ensuite more than adequate. Breakfast was presented each day in the cellar below ground which is a stunning room. The breakfast was more than adequate with either continental or full buffet depending on personal needs.

    Would recommend this Hotel highly if you want great service and a great location.

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

    Reviewed by shelleymc1

    Great hotel and location

    Reviewed Sep 5, 2012
    by (3 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

    This hotel is right in the centre of the New Town just around the corner from the Astronomical clock. The rooms are a good size and well decorated. The service is excellent. I would recommend this hotel for your stay in Prague

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

    Reviewed by travel.bug.

    Great Location

    Reviewed Aug 18, 2012
    by (20 reviews)

    The hotel was older in style however it still met all requirements; nice bathroom, views of the city, air con and a deent ized dining hall.
    The location was perfect as it was literally around the corner from Old Town central square.

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

    Reviewed by timsandy

    Lovely Place close to Old Town Center

    Reviewed Oct 25, 2011
    by (3 reviews) Ottawa , Canada Flag of Canada

    One block from old town center. Can easily walk anywhere in Prague from here. Breakfast included in the great rate. Not a five-star but we spend very little time in our rooms. Bed was comfy, clean room. Couldn't ask for more.

    Hotel Rott
    Prague, Czech Republic

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    Historical Traveler Reviews Rott Hotel Prague

    Excellent location, clean and comfortable

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    Returned from Prague on the 19th January 2006 after a 5day trip. We stayed at The Rott Hotel which is situated on the Old Town Square. We arrived late afternoon booking in was quick and painless and we were shown to the room which was on the second floor. We found the room to the clean warm and comfortable plenty of hot water ample wardrobe and draw space. We were all desperate for a drink and went down to the reception to find the bar, unfortunately this was closed but we were directed to the bar next door which is also owned by the Rott Hotel as well as the adjoining building which consists of 5 floors of beautiful jewelery and crystal.

    Not knowing the area we decided to stay in this bar and have a meal which was very nice chicken in ginger sauce with veg, and potato croquettes, the stawberries and cream were lush, washed down with chez beer and of course hot mulled wine.

    The location of the Rott is ideal for sightseeing, literally round the corner from the old town square, and the asternomical clock,and easy walking distance to the powder gate, Charles Bridge and not forgetting Wenceslas square. Makes a change not to have to get taxis everywhere.

    The only downside to the Rott is that after breakfast which again was good and plenty of variety the dining and lounge bar area were closed, this may well have been because it is low season, but in this case the rooms could have benefitted from tea and coffee facilites, which we asked for but it was not available. I am looking forward to going back to Prague at the end of the year for the Christmas Markets and would most certainly stay at the Rott again and recommend it to any one planning a visit.

    Great location, good value

    from

    This hotel has slightly above average rooms, compared to other hotels in Europe, but the housekeeping was competent and expeditious, the location couldn't be better, the security is great, the service was adequate, the breakfast buffet selection was fantastic and filling, the whole establishment was clean and I had no complaints, overall.

    For those of you with a toilet brush fetish, you might want to bring your own!

    Nice hot shower with great water pressure, nice complimentary toiletries and wonderfully absorbent towels.

    If you require a wake up call, just set it up on the television's remote control, not the phone. They have all kinds of crazy options on the TV. You can view your bill, order a wake-up, surf the internet, check your email, etc. I will say that the whole internet/email thing is PAINFULLY SLOW and quite a waste of money, considering there are numerous internet cafes scattered all over Prague's tourist areas, and they offer faster connections for a much better price.

    Great hotel, great locaton

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    We stayed at this hotel for 8 days in July while attending a conference at the University. It is a short walk to the University and is an ideal location for sightseeing. Our room was on the 4th floor and was large but had no windows. There was a heat wave in Prague the week that we were there (temps in the upper 90's F.) so the room did get rather warm. There is a skylight that opens and a portable air conditioner so we could keep the high temps moderated somewhat. Other rooms on lower floors that had regular windows were cooler than ours on the 4th floor. We found the hotel staff to be very helpful and friendly. The room was clean and was serviced very well by the maids. Breakfast was better than we are used to in most places that we stay in Europe. The buffet included two styles of eggs, sausage, bacon, cereals, yoghurt, fruit, pastries, breads, cheeses and cold meats. More than adequate. On the weekend there was quite a bit of street noise but that is to be expected with the hotel's central location. During the week noise was not a problem. The prices of the items in the minibar were much cheaper than at other hotels where we have stayed. All in all we were very satisfied with Hotel Rott and would stay there again.

    The only good thing is the location

    from

    On arrival at hotel rott, the receptionist had no record of either of our names, had never heard of expedia (which we'd use to purchase a package deal), and shrugged her shoulders at the printout of the entire itinerary we gave her (which included payment details, and all sorts of reservation codes and hotel id numbers). Obviously, this is not what you want after a 12 hour journey.

    After it became obvious we weren't just going to go away, she spoke to her management and after some time of us waiting (while she gave us NO feedback as to what was going on), she handed us our room key. The nice bellboy took us up to a dingy room with 2 single beds at either end of the room.

    We said we wanted a double/queen. He went back down to reception while we waited in room and came back and said they were full and that because there was "a problem with our reservation" (like that was our fault!) this was the only room available. We said "not good enough", got on the phone to recepionist, who then managed to find a room after much bargaining back and forth.

    When we finally got our room it was average - nice view over the street (and a double bed!) however it did turn out to be extremely noisy in later nights as the revelling brits on cheap overnight deals were churned out of the bars into the street below. That's fine with us as we live in NYC and are used to street noise - but it is enough to keep you awake all night so be warned.

    Other indications of hotel incompetence were not understanding what a "wake-up call" is, but taking one anyway and of course not actually calling to wake us up. No coffee before 7am is a BAD THING if you're jetlagged and awake at all sorts of hours. The hotel also smells a but musty - fine if you've got a good rate but don't go there if you're paying anything over USD140ish a night. You certainly don't get the historic architecture you hope for in an old building...

    One other good think I can think of is the underfloor heating in the bathroom. As i said, I would not recommend this place unless you got a really cheap deal (our deal was just average) and be warned that they probably won't even have your reservation when you get there!

    Nothing special

    from

    great location but I didn find any toilet brush to clean my toilet after i use it, i know it si funny but it is true, desides i was staying at the second floor and we could listen every single word from the next room that means the walls are not made from stones , they are not real wall, if you stay there you will understand what i mean, the stuff very helpfull but never order taxi from them, it is very expensvie call the special taxi number for Prague

    very good breakfast

    Nothing special

    from

    We stayed at Rott Hotel for three nights. The location is perfect since we were very close to everything.

    The rooms were ok but nothing special.

    The problrm with the hotel is its service.

    I asked for a capuccino at 10 o' clock in the morning in my room since I didn't want to have breakfast.

    I was told that there is no room service between 8 and 11. I was really agry and I told them that there was nowhere written that there is no room service in the morning. The real problem was that there were no adequate personel to have room service while the restaurant was open.

    Therefore I do not think that this hotel should have a 4 stars rating.

    Good hotel - Great location

    from

    We went to Prague with a couple of friends for a 3 night mid week break. We chose the hotel from the internet, with no recommendations. We were not disappointed with the hotel, brilliant location and clean, spacious rooms.

    Yes, it was a bit disappointing not having tea making facilities, but there is room service if you are really desperate. The minibar prices were reasonable and had a good selection. The hotel is quite secure as you need your key card to access the lifts and staircase to the rooms. The staff were friendly and helpful, but left you alone to get on with things.

    Breakfast is served from 7am to 11am which is great if you had a late night and want a lie in. The limited selection of hot food tends to run out from around 10am but if you ask they will provide more.

    The hote is clean, modern and quiet, no complaints regarding housekeeping.

    The location is ideal, just round the corner from the Astronomical clock in Old Town Square. Plenty of cafes, restaurants and bars within easy walking distance.

    Felt safe leaving our cases in reception after checking out, as we had an evening flight. No problems.

    Basically, we had a wonderful time, loved the hotel and would recommend to friends going in the future.

    Lovely hotel

    from

    The location of the hotel was fantastic, it couldn't have been more central. The room also exceeded out expectations. We booked a room for four as we had our two sons with us, we were provided with an apartment, it was huge and beautifully finished including original beams and partial glazed ceiling. The remaining features were average at best. Breakfast was okay, enough to set you up for the day, don't think that there was much fruit in the fruit juice. And the staff...fine if you didn't want their help or advice, appeared to be quite put out if you did! The jury is still out on whether the pros out-weighed the cons or vice versa.

    Location, location, location - Wonderful!

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    Having read the previous & only entry we were somewhat concerned about security, however this was totally unfounded. Use the safe & stay vigilant as you would in any city!

    The hotel could not have been in a more perfect location, truly in walking distance to EVERYWHERE.

    The hotel & room had a real "wow" factor with new decor & furnishings, only slight let down was housekeeping which could have been more thorough. We used the hotel for B&B purposes as wanted to explore & dine out in evenings. Breakfast buffet was plentiful, ample provision for vegetarians too.

    Staff -same as everywhere in Prague, happy to help when needed, otherwise will let you get on with your business. Scored brownie points trying to speak some Czech!

    Would definitely recommend the hotel & stay again. Try the Italian/pizzeria 'Giovanni's' just across the square down the street called "Tynska".

    The Rott is NOT that friendly

    from

    We found the staff to be unfriendly and NOT very helpful, The restaurant and bar did not open in the evenings and no explanation was given as to why. The rooms are clean reasonably well appointed, but no tea or coffee making facilities. Ensure that you put all valuables in the safe even though the door is locked as someone with a pass card gained access and stole over £800 of camera and phone equipment whilst I was downstairs having a coffee in the hotel. This would not have happened had there been coffee in the rooms! Make sure the safe is bolted down as our friends safe could be lifted out of the wardrobe easily!

    TripAdvisor Reviews Rott Hotel Prague

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    Hotel Rott
    Prague, Czech Republic