Art Hotel Prague
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Charming Art Hotel
Having reviewed Trip Advisor, we decided on the Art Hotel as its write up was very good. We were not to be disappointed. It is indeed a 15/20 minute walk across the park to the centre of Prague, and is near the AC Sparta football ground. However, if you don't want to walk, it is a minute from the 26 tram stop and this takes you either to a metro station or into Prague itself, which is, at 50p per trip, really good value, and incredibly efficient. Trams arrive on time and very frequently as does the metro. It is a charming, small hotel. Immaculately clean. Bedroom was spacious, light and well appointed. All 4* things you would expect. Breakfast was downstairs in light, bright room and very wide and good choice of hot and cold food. Service was throughout courteous, friendly and very helpful. Would highly recommend anyone to stay here.
Nice hotel but a little too far out.
This hotel was a really nice place, large rooms, helpful staff. We had an accident with the cream carpet and a bottle of red wine, we were only charged $60, which I thought was excellent.
It's a little too far out of the centre. Although it was only a 20 minute walk through the park to get into town, that wasn't such a nice option on the way back at nights.
If I go back I would definately be in the centre.
Luxurious and Relaxing
This is a lovely hotel just outside the Centre of Prague, do not be put off by the 'Praha 7' location as it is only a 15 minute walk through the park to the Old Town- and you are rewarded by lovely views on the walk down there. This Hotel was definitely 4 star quality, our room was really big, lovely comfy bed and spacious bathroom. The fluffy bathrobes, trendy chairs and interesting artwork give you that little bit of luxury. The breakfasts were great, loads of choice from hot sausages to cold cheese, fruit, bread and cereals. They also ran on later than usual, til 10am and later on the weekends - which is great for a little lie-in! The staff are great- there when you need them but not snooty or too overbearing which you can get in some 4-5 star hotels in the UK. I really cannot find fault with it and would not hesitate to visit again.
A beautiful & relaxing Hotel
Do not be put off by the location of this Hotel. Although it seem well away from anything it is so easy to get right into the centre of Prague.
We walked into the centre through the park & only took us around 20mins.
Or an even quicker way is to get the tram to the metro station & get the metro in. Very easy way.
As for the hotel, the staff were very polite & helpful always making sure to say hello when they saw you. The rooms are very spacious & very clean & the beds are very comfy.
The breakfast room was well decorated & very light & airey. The breakfast itself was excellent. A wide choice for every one.
Situated in a quite area I would highly recommend this hotel & would not hessitate to stay there again.
We stayed here on the weekend past and really enjoyed it, this hotel was excellent value for money. Our room was really lovely: spacious and clean. The breakfast was delicious, and the reception staff reasonably friendly. The only possible drwaback is that its a 20 minute walk from the centre or a tram ride away, but this didn't bother us and possibly had the benefit of resuting in a better night's sleep in this quiet area. I would definitely stay here again.
Looked Wonderful, but An Unexpected Water Leak Sent Us to Another Hotel
We were looking forward to our stay at the Art Hotel in Oct 2004, but after arriving, we were told an unexpected water problem forced the hotel to relocate several guests. The staff were very apologetic and accommodating, however. They had arranged for our stay at the very nice Casa Marcello, which is located closer to old town, at the same cost. The staff also paid for our cab fare to the alternate location. In the end, the Casa Marcello was probably a much better location and the rooms were nice, but we're sorry we didn't get to try the art hotel.
Terrific boutique hotel in wonderful city
This is a splendid little hotel in a quiet area about 20 minutes walk from the Old Town. There is a tram stop nearby, or you can enjoy a pretty stroll through the park. The staff are friendly and helpful, the rooms spotless and well-equipped and the breakfast excellent. The hotel has a wonderful ambience, especially for couples but families are made most welcome. Looking forward to the next trip!
Absolutely beautiful hotel in a beautiful city!!!
The Art Hotel was absolutely fantastic. I stayed there last week on a three night break and could not fault it at all.
It is located in a nice area of Prague (which is good to know as I thought that some areas of Prague where hotels are located were a bit scruffy to be honest!) It is about a 5 or 10 minute walk to the old town, but if you walk through the park the spectacular views of the city make it a very pleasant walk.
The staff at the hotel were friendly, polite and helpful at all times. The rooms are luxurious, comfortable and spacious, with safes, minibars and satellite TV and are very clean. The breakfast was excellent, with plenty of choice and in a lovely dining area.
I would not hesitate to recommend this hotel to other travellers. It is beautiful.
For the money, you couldn't find a nicer hotel. It was new, clean, comfortable, but best of all, the staff was extremely helpful and friendly. They went way out of their way to make our (38 of us) stay most pleasant and comfortable. The food was wonderful, too.
Very luxurious for a small hotel - friendly staff and very helpful
Although the hotel is not in the centre of Prague, the tram stop was only a 5 minute walk away and is so cheap. The hotel is wonderful.
Everything is so new and spotlessly clean. The bathrooms are wonderful and very modern. I liked it so much I am going back in 2004.
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