Elite Hotel

Ostrovni 32, 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 Old Town (Stare Mesto), National Theater (Narodni divadlo), Laterna Magika Stage (Divadlo bez Zabradli), and Tyn Court.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsElite Hotel Prague

    Reviewed by jakobetz

    Delightful

    Reviewed Aug 3, 2014
    by (5 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

    A charming a well-priced place to stay. Highly recommend.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Reviewed by regiferr

    Room service not so good

    Reviewed Apr 12, 2012
    by (19 reviews) Porto Alegre , Brazil Flag of Brazil

    Excellent location. Three squares from Av Wencelas, the Prague city centre.And one square from subway and tram stop. Nice reception service, nice price, but he room service would be better, we had not received the right number of towels any day.
    But they are diabetic friendly, I had asked a sugarless juice to breakfast and they gave me one.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Historical Traveler Reviews Elite Hotel Prague

    Great Location!

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    Great location - walk to all of the main sites within 10 minutes & 1 minute to the Yellow Metro Line. Our room was small but clean and the breakfast was good. The hotel will arrange your taxi to/from airport and bill it to your room so you don't have to worry about cash in the airport. Hotel bar was good but stay away from the Czech wines! We paid $150USD night in March 04 by booking with Expedia.

    Elite Hotel - Loved it

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    I stayed in the Elite Hotel Prague and cannot praise it enough. On the night we arrived we were told there was no water until 5.00am and were given the option of staying or transferring to another hotel. We transferred for that night only. Our cab fares were paid both there and back and we received a complimentary bottle of champagne for our troubles. Back to the Elite. Our room was large, so large in fact that the TV seemed miles away. The ensuite was off a small vestibule inside the main doors of our room. There was an over all sense of space. I found the room clean and every time I returned it had been attended to.

    My dealing s with the staff were pleasant and I found them extremely courteous. The location was fantastic. A short walk from everywhere that mattered and so close to the tram and underground that they appeared to be a form of private transport. I stayed there for eight days and enjoyed each one. I would stay there again any time.

    Don't go

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    I just stayed in this hotel and I was really disappointed, the room was so small that may husband couldnt get to the other side of the bed, the bedding was dirty and the floor seems to be cleaned a century ago...breakfast and location was OK...We paid £70 prn,...I bet you can find better place to stay for this money

    Super hotel

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    You will not be dissapointed - great hotel, great music bar, great restaurant, great rooms and unbelievable location - you can walk to all the main sites.

    Winter wonderland

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    Lovely continental hotel with entertaining resturant attached well worth a visit. V. near metro and trams, walking distance to all sights. Don't forget to go to the opera!

    Best value

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    Nothing to add to the other reviews really. A good hotel for a bargain price (in January anyway).

    Clean, good staff, good location, handy bar/ resteraunt etc etc. No complaints.

    Just the job.

    A suprize of a hotel!

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    My husband(29) and I(28) went to Prague 16th-19th January and had searched the internet far and wide to get the best deal. This hotel had some good rates out of season and even beat prices of 2 star hotels. I was a little concerned when looking at photos of the hotel in that they seemed a bit tacky and impersonal. The photos of this place didnt do it justice, the rooms are very spacious, clean and well serviced and there is excellent heating and air conditioning. There is still the orginal paintings on the beams of the ceiling and it was tastfully and beautifully decorated...trust me Im an art teacher.

    I was really impressed by the friendly helpful staff who spoke good english. Breakfast sported a wide choice of food ...fruit, rolls, cakes, cold meats, bacon, cheese, jams, scrambled egg, cofee and a range of teas (including herbal). You help yourself to the food. This is all eaten in the cafe attached to the bar which is really cool...it has vaulted ceilings and contemporary photos on the wall...not a tacky thing in sight. At night they serve drinks and a very wide range of food. My husband and I went in at 11:00 and ate ice cream before we decide to go back to our room!

    It is situated just out of the old town, but this isnt a disadvantage as there are many cheap bars and restaurants to take advantage of and the walk into old town is only 5 mins. I would recommend this place to anyone.

    Fantastic hotel in a fantastic location

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    My boyfriend and I visited the hotel in November and thoroughly enjoyed our stay. If you want to be between the old and new parts of Prague, you couldn't wish for a better location. The hotel is gorgeous and the rooms are really well decorated and furnished. The building is very old and has a wealth of character. Breakfast was pretty good, I was dreading the continental style but there was plenty on offer.Just round the corner from the hotel is an underground station and you can also get most trams from the main road. I felt aprehensive about using the public transport as I didn't have a clue where anything was but my boyfriend thought we should experience it and they are actually so simple and cheap, make sure you stamp your ticket though!The old town square is about a 5-10 minute walk from the hotel which is ideal. Charles Bridge also takes about 5-10 minutes. Tesco is round the corner and there is also a TGI Friday's!Tip for those visiting Prague for the first time - if you want to experience food and drink at unbelievably cheap prices, just walk away from the tourist areas. We found a pizzeria and both had a pizza each and a glass of wine each for under £5.00 in total!We went with Thomas Cook Signature holidays but are going to book it ourselves next time and will certainly be using this hotel again.

    Excellent

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    This is a really nice hotel. Its quiet, close to the major attractions and the rooms have character. We found the staff to be very friendly and helpful, for example extending the normal 09:30 breakfast out till nearer 11:00. The attached Ultramarin bar and Music Club is a good place to finish the evening.

    Great location and beautiful rooms

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    great location and beautiful rooms but with good modern conveniences. The staff were very friendly too!!! A definite recommendation for people visiting Prague.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Elite Hotel Prague

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
     

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