Boutique Hotel Seven Days

Address: Zitna 46/572, Prague, 120 00, Czech Republic | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Praha 2 area of Prague, is near State Opera, National Technical Museum (Narodni technicke museum), National Museum (Narodni muzeum), and Zizkov.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Boutique Hotel Seven Days Prague

    Seven Days Worth Your Time


    Just stayed here from October 16 through 20th. As stated before, great location. Very safe area. Hotel staff was exceptionally helpful as my luggage was lost by the airline en route. Hotel staff member (I wish I could recall her name - twentysomething brunette - went out of her way to keep checking the airline lost baggage department while we attempted to tour the city).

    The room itself was great. Three adults in the Jr. Suite - pictured on their website was fantastic and an equally great price. Good breakfast and hotel car service from airport was prompt and fair.

    I will definately stay here again.

    Very good but


    Anyone intending to stay at the Seven Days Hotel has made an excellent choice and should enjoy their stay. The hotel which is very clean, and is located within a 5 minute walk to the city centre, also serves a fine buffet style breakfast.

    However several minor things let it down in my opinion.

    Firstly two of my male companions were allocated a double bedded room and despite their protests the hotel reception refused to re-allocate them and blamed the travel company. Not a good PR exercise!

    Secondly there were no tea & coffee making facilities in the bedrooms. Not much to ask for when nowadays even the most basic hotels provide this service.

    Thirdly the bar closes at 11:00 pm (12:00 at weekends) which after a meal and a show in the city centre is a shame.

    Finally the windows in the rooms were locked. Yes there was Air-Con in the rooms but fresh air would have been welcomed as I was sharing with a person who enjoys his baked beans!

    Pristine and elegant


    We stayed here for 3 nights in July 04. It was lovely, so clean and freshly decorated. Excellent breakfast buffet and convenient location. Would definitely stay there again - however next time will ask for a non smoking room - the only thing marring our stay was the reek of stale smoke in our lovely room.

    Excellent facilities beware extra charges


    Stayed here in July 2004. Room large and clean. Reception staff not too friendly. On leaving we were presented with a bill for 18 sterling for a damaged plastic soap dish. We were not even aware that this had been broken. On examination of the soap dish I fixed it and was told there would be no charge. The manager's explanation was human error!

    Great location


    location is great - short walk from Wenceslas Square and 15 min walk to old town

    rooms clean and spacious - great water pressure in the shower - very attentive staff - fab hot breakfast in spacious dining room - rocky osullivans - best irish bar in prague 5 min walk - def recommend for price on hotels thanks



    Stayed 4 nights with friends in May 2004. The Hotel was excellent, well situated, clean, elegant, nice breakfast in spacious dining room, helpful English speaking staff. Rooms spacious and clean with lovely bathrooms.

    Would recomend it highly.

    Great Hotel


    Agree with everything the two earlier reviews have said! Great hotel, very well appointed, spacious rooms, helpful staff and good location just off end of Wenceslas Square...

    I'd thoroughly recommend it to anyone seeking a moderately priced, good value, 4-star hotel.

    Great Place!


    We just returned from staying 5 nights in Prague, at the Seven Days Hotel. The place was spectacular! It was one of the highlights of our trip. The lobby was beautiful; our suites large, beautifully decorated, and comfortable. The staff was very polite and helpful, and the food delicious. The location was great, within walking distance to most tourist locations. I would highly recommend this hotel to anyone visiting Prague.

    Fantastic hotel !


    Have just returned from 5 night trip staying in the Seven Days. The location was great - just a short walk from Wenceslas Square and handy ehough to walk to the old town too. The hotel bar was very nice - very attentive staff ready to fill your glass as soon as it was empty ! All the staff were polite and helpful and the breakfast was exceptional - the biggest choice of food I've ever seen ! Our room was great - it was very spacious and stayed lovely and warm, even when temperatures outside reached -20 ! I would definitely stay there again.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Boutique Hotel Seven Days Prague

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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