Andel's Hotel & Suites Prague

Address: Stroupeznickeho 21, Prague, 15000, Czech Republic | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Praha 5 area of Prague, is near Frank Gehry's "Fred & Ginger" House, Funicular Railway, Staropramen Visitor's Centre, and Havel's Apartment Block.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Andel's Hotel & Suites Prague



    We stayed at Andels in Feburay 2004 and it was the most wonderful hotel. The breakfast was absoloutley amaizing, huge amount of choice and really wonderful tasting food and the staff were very quick and friendly. Our room was immaculate and filled with fantastic free toiletries and other goodies. The bathroom was brilliant and had speakers set into the ceiling so if you have the TV on in the main room the sound is piped straight through to the bathroom. The shower was the most powerful I have ever come accross, it was like having a massage. Overall this hotel was absoloutley wonderful and I'd reccomend it to anyone. Brilliant.

    What a pleasant surprise


    We have just spent a very pleasant 3 night stay here. The hotel is very close to the metro and is situated in a busy part of town called Smichov. It is a good walk to get to the old town etc (30mins) but only 2 or 3 stops on the metro. The hotel itself is very smart and modern with lots of open spaces in reception and a very nice friendly bar/bistro (Oscars) on the ground floor. The rooms are bright and modern and staff seemed friendly. Breakfast buffet was superb with good choice of hot and cold dishes. Public transport in the area is good with lots of trams and buses stopping in the squre outside. The big shopping mall opposite the hotel was surprisingly good. On the top floor there was a great choice of restaurants and bars. Very good value too.

    Most hip hotel so far...


    This has got to be our most hip hotel stayed in Europe so far (March 2004) and for the price of 89 euros for almost 5 star, what a steal.

    Slight confusion in airport minibus counter as there seems to be 2 hotels with name Andel. Make sure the street name is known, in case.

    Took less than 30 mins to reach hotel. At first looked like shopping center or convention center from outside, but once inside it started looking like a hotel... only designer like and hip furniture and gallery-like deco. Quick check-in.

    Rooms were like the webpages. Simple, sleek, modern, spacious and classy with halogen lights, glass doors, etc. They provided us with a baby cot for our little precious and I must say was the best looking one we had from any hotel so far.... very good condition, beautiful baby design comforters and pillows. Thank you, Andel... our baby slept well. Had electric flask for baby needs.

    Bathroom was very spacious with separate bathtub and shower area, designer look basin shaped like a bowl. Shower and toilet were in glass cubicles... cool. Generous towels and liquid soap. Slight seeping of water from shower cubicle to basin floor area... maybe due to drainage or non-airtight shower door.

    Breakfast on 1st floor was nice. Restaurant was big and with hip glass deco. Spread was generous and the best selection for us so far. Staff was quick and friendly.

    Location is good, with cinemas in same building and across the street in big shopping mall. Trams and train was around the corner. Took less than 15 mins to reach Republic square station.

    Overall, very satisfactory. we loved it.

    Fantastic Hotel, Great Value


    You can't help but love Andels. From the beaming smiles on the concierges' faces, to the elegant rooms, they've got the art of hospitality down to a tee.Our room was ?55 a night, and was beautifully decorated in muted beiges and browns. The bed was king-size, well-sprung and had crisp, fresh cotton sheets. The bathrooms contain both a bath and a walk-in shower, which is handy if there are two of you getting ready in a hurry. The TV has cable, although the predominance of German channels was a letdown to this Brit.The morning breakfast buffet is delicious, with a huge range of hot and cold items, including enough varieties of bread to keep the bakers of Prague busy all night.Whilst you're about a 15-minute walk away from the old town, the hotel just a couple of minutes walk from a Metro stop that will take you into the centre. Alternatively, you can walk 10 minutes to the funicular, which allows a walk to the Castle whilst taking in the stunning views from above.Andels is highly recommended, but comes with one word of caution. The new shopping centre nearby attracts a lot of street drinkers, particularly at night. We were never approached (they seem to be too busy getting on with business of drinking), but their presence can be slightly off-putting.

    Very classy!!!


    We stayed at Andels in October 2003. It is a very modern hotel with really modern individually designed rooms. The bathroom was gorgeous, all frosted glass & very trendy.The included breakfast was great. An eat all you want selection of hot & cold food set in a lovely restaurant area.The hotel is right next to a tube station, which was great for visiting the attractions & excellent value (buy a multiple day ticket for even better value). The only down side is that the tubes only run until around midnight which means if you are out drinking you have to get taxis home (cost about £5) as it's too far to walk. A great place for couples but if you're there with friends I'd go for somewhere more central.



    We have just returned from Prague and stayed at the Andels Hotel. This hotel is FAB! We have stayed in a few hotels but none that have matched the standard of this one. The reception staff were efficient (the concierge was more friendly I have to say), but the room!! Oh Wow!

    After reading other reviews before our arrival we expected quite a small room but our expectations were exceeded. The bed was like a giant marshmallow with the feather duvets and oversized pillows. The bathroom was pure glass and a really good size, seperate shower, toilet and bath, loads of luxury toiletries and big fluffy towels. The hotel is situated just outside the city centre but it is really easy to get public transport with a tram stop and a metro station right outside the door. If you don't fancy going into town at night, there are plenty bars and restaurants within walking distance of the hotel. All in all, this hotel made our stay more memorable and we will defintely be using this hotel group again!

    Excellent value


    We stayed here over Christmas 2003 having booked a double room for only £46 GBP per night on We were delighted with this hotel - the room was lovely and we liked the extras like the great free breakfast and coffee machines. The hotel is very close to the metro and trams so it was easy to get around. Possibly the best value hotel we have ever stayed in!

    Our 20th wedding anniversary stay


    lovely new hotel, very comfortable, modern cleanly designed.The staff had upgraded us to the fifth floor which was their club section and suites.Breakfast buffet exceptional, first class.Coffee shop hotel bar bland.The complete area one big building site. the hotel is surrounded at the moment with work. we were not warned before hand. Fortunately we were situated on a high floor so some of the noise was muffled.The workmen start early there 7.00am daylight.On a positive note though the staff spoke good english and once the work has all finished i am sure the complex will be very nice.Good location to be based at slightly out of the city but very easy to travel on the trams.Staff are efficent but not over friendly.

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