Hotel Atlantic

Address: Na Porici 1074/9, Prague, 11000, Czech Republic | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the Praha 1 area of Prague, is near Municipal House Hall (Obecni Dum), Praha Bike, Prague Pub Crawl, and Metronome.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Atlantic Prague

    Great Hotel

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    The Atlantic Hotel was in a great location for all the sights of this fabulous city. The rooms were very spacious, clean and comfortable. Breakfast was great with a good choice of cold meats, cereals, hot food, etc. Staff also very helpful and hotel was reasonably priced for Prague Hotels.

    Great choice, very close to centre

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    Hotel is in a great location, very central for most sights and for travel the trams and underground are very close by. Staff are very helpful. Good selection of foods for breakfast. Free internet facilities for all guests.

    Convenient but Very Quirky

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    Although its immediate neighborhood is dominated by an utterly characterless assortment of banks, offices, clothing and electronics stores, the Atlantic truly merits its description as 'convenient.' It's only a very short walk (5-10 minute) from the hotel to both The Old Town and Jewish Quarter, and the Namesti Republicky metro station, from which one can easily access any other point in Prague, is just down the street. Anyone considering this hotel as their home base in Prague, however, should know that the Atlantic is hardly luxurious, and while certain things have been updated (like the bar and the bathrooms), the rooms themselves are honestly bizarre: they're very clean and sufficiently comfortable, to be sure, but with their odd built-ins, industrial-grade carpeting and sci-fi film lighting fixtures they look like they may have been renovated in the mid-seventies by someone who'd just failed a course in Soviet modernism (surprisingly, the rooms were actually renovated much more recently). If you stay at the Atlantic know, too, that thanks to its low rates, it is apparently a popular choice with tour operators - during my stay several groups of American high school students were in residence. The botomline, I think, is this: if you're young and your top priority is a cheap, no-frills place to stay, you may find the Atlantic acceptable, perhaps even pleasantly off-kilter. If you're over 30 and a bit more interested in amenities, it's best to look elsewhere.

    Good luck in Prague

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    I have been stayed for 3 nights at Hotel Atlantic. It is very good located near the center. Staff in the reception is very helpfull. Mrs. Jitka and Mr. David from reception even found my bag which I have forgot in public transport :) They have excellent rich breakfast buffet. I will surely stay in this hotel again recommend it.

    It is quite good.

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    The hotel is well-located - 3 min you are in the old town. The staff is ok - some are better/more knowledgable than others. The room is spacious and the breakfast is better than most hotels I have stayed at.

    Average, but pretty good location

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    The hotel is right by the metro and the airport bus, and it's a 5/10 minute walk to Old Town. Breakfast is better than most, rooms are spacious but plain and sort of boring. There's no mini bar and any extra blankets or pillows. I suppose I could of ask for them. The hotel is in the middle of rennovation when I was there, so a bit dusty. If you want a quite room, ask for one in the back, because it's facing a main street and you can hear the trams.

    Overall I thought it was not bad, but if you can find something cheaper than $125, go for it. I couldn't find anything cheaper and in the city center.

    So-so hotel

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    Stayed here in 2003.. the hotel is in a great location, the breakfast buffet is good and the rooms are nice... However, if you want somewhere quiet and peaceful to rest your head after a day's manic sightseeing, this may or may not be the right place for you.The hotel staff are unwilling to sort out any noise problems, particulary when they involve teenagers on group tours partying until 4am in the room next door to you. They are equally unwilling to move you to an alternative room.There are some nice pool tables in the bar attached to the hotel, but the restaurant is so-so.

    Perfect location, clean and safe hotel

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    Hotel Atlantic is placed in the perfect place in Prague, only a couple blocks from the main Touristic Attractions. Breakfast is good and rooms are clean and safe.

    Very helpful staff

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    Have stayed many times at Atlantic hotel set in directly in the city center. Can't say enough about the hospitality, breakfast, cleanliness and location.

    Excellent location, friendly staff

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    Excellent location, very friendly staff. Rooms were, basic, but well equipped and quite comfortable.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Atlantic Prague

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

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