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Historical Traveler Reviews Bellagio Hotel Prague
My girlfriend and I have just returned from 4 nights in Praha. It was supposed to have been the main part of a holiday around Europe. We have been terribly treated by this particular hotel. We booked and paid for our accommodation in Hotel Bellagio before we left Ireland and received a letter(which we still have) confirming this. We were told to hand this letter to the hotel upon our arrival. My girlfriend was delighted and loved the hotel, whose pictures I showed her online.
However, when we arrived from Budapest Hotel Bellagio claimed that they had "overbooked" our room and we therefore had no place. In an age of computer bookings, this "overbooked" claim was a lie. This was on Good Friday. They offered us a room in another hotel further out of the city: that was our "choice". I was fuming. At the last minute on one of the busiest times of the year they break our hotel confirmation and give us the "choice" of another hotel.
I suspect what happened is the following. I booked on a special offer of 4 nights for the price of 3 nights. They *accepted* this booking but when they found other customers willing to pay for all of the same 4 nights, they unilaterally cancelled my confirmation, and made an extra €200+ profit for that 4th night.
I would not recommend this hotel to anybody, and some Czech tourist authority should be ensuring that such practices are not allowed.
A lovely time
Recently stayed at the Bellagio, had a lovely time and would recommend it.
Situated close to the river and many of the old town sites, it's one we will be going back to.
Compliments to the manager who offered a free lift to the airport at the 11th hour when our taxi let us down.
Loved the Bellagio
We had a lovely experience in Hotel Bellagio. It is located right in the middle of the town,(next to the Inter continental) A new, modern, botik hotel with a very fair price. The resturant in the hotel is exccelent.
This is a superb hotel!! Location is excellent - well within walking distance to all the historical sites and easy to get to from the airport by bus and Metro.
Very clean and well appointed rooms with very friendly and helpful staff.
The on site restaurant - Isabella - is also excellent. Great food at reasonable prices.
This hotel comes highly recommended. When next in Prague, The Bellagio is a must!!!
Most truly recommend the Bellagio Hotel.
We had the pleasure of staying at the Bellagio Hotel for three nights in November, last year and can most truly recommend the nice and cozy hotel with its warm atmosphere.
The hotel offers a great location for both sightseeing visitors and those on business trips, it is located in the the old city, minutes walking distance from the Charles Bridge.
Our room was nicely furnished, extremely clean, spacious and well decorated. The staff was friendly and the service was excellent.
We do look forward to another visit to Prague and will definetily enjoy a pleasant stay at the Bellagio Hotel again in the near future.
Just got back from a relaxing 3 night stay at the Bellagio. The building has recently been renovated so although it has a traditional exterior, the interior is modern and spotlessly clean (bathroom particularly shiny!). The staff were also extremely helpful and friendly.
The location is excellent and within easy walking distance of all the main sightseeing attractions. I would definitely stay there again, although next time I might try for one of the rooms in the attic on the 5th floor as they looked v.nice indeed...
It could not be better than the Bellagio !
I stayed at the Bellagio hotel in Prague for 8 nights during Christmas time. I had chosen the Bellagio among many many other hotels in the Internet for its look and for its prices and it could not be better! I travelled a lot in Europe so I can say that it is a beautiful hotel, great taste in the decoration, very calm day and night, with a nice music around. Everything is very clean, beds confortable, bathroom luxuous. The Bellagio is near all the attractions by walk: Old Jewish Quarter, Old Town Square, Wenceslas Square, Charles Bridge and Castle.
All the employees make their best to take care of us and in a very good mood which is very important away from home. I recommend the Bellagio to everyone.
Great Hotel, great location.
I was for the first time in Prague last week with my friends that I had not seen for a while. We stayed at the Bellagio Hotel which is located in Josevov, next to Old Town Square. The hotel was great, it was beautiful and clean. The staff was so nice and I recommend this hotel to everyone. Richard, Boston, Mass.
Beautiful and elegant Bellagio Hotel
I stayed with my whole family at the Bellagio hotel in Prague last October. It is a new hotel in a renovated building, beautifully done.
Everything is very clean, the beds are very good, the service excellent and the food tasted great to all six of us. As this was my first visit to Prague, I had no notion beforehand as to how close the hotel was to the main tourist attractions. It therefore came as a nice surprise to realise how well the hotel is situated. It is in the Old Jewish Quarter, on the corner of U Milosrdnych and Dusni streets, a few minutes by foot from the river. It took us also only a few minutes to walk to the Old Town Square, the Old Jewish Cemetery and to the Charles Bridge. And about 20 min. to walk to the Castle district. I loved Prague and it added greatly to my love of the city to stay at such an excellent hotel; I will be back to visit Prague and I will certainly stay at the Bellagio.
Thought the Bellagio was excellent
Was a little worred on arrival, when the taxi driver did not know where the Hotel was. However, all turned out well! The Hotel has been recently refurbished to a very high standard. The rooms are comfortable and equipped with all the mod cons. The staff were very obliging and breakfast was of a hot-buffet style - above average. The location of the Bellagio is excellent, right in the historic Jewish Quarter and only 5 mins walk to the Old Town Square.
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