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TravelPod Member ReviewsAria Hotel Prague
We stayed at this Hotel by accident - our pre-booked Hotel had over booked and they booked us here. We feel it has been to our advantage.
Reception was friendly, efficient, spoke English well and explained the Hotel amenities and showed us around and then to our room. Room service was quick, meals great, breakfast more that adequate and fresh and clean. Rooms are all called after composers and each rooms has frig, iPod with pre loaded music, music playing in the background (ours was Vivaldi) computer, DVD player (and there is a DVD library for you to choose from). All in all a great place to stay. Large rooms and great bath room.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Aria Hotel Prague
What a delight!
a wonderfrul experience! the staff was incredily friendly and helpful at all times. great room, unique environment and convenient location make the aria hotel one of the best hotels i've visited anywhere in europe.
We found the service & staff very friendly & accommodating. The rooms were clean & restocked everyday. All property amenities were offered. The staff was very friendly & did their best to accommodate your needs. The location was excellent - in the center of Prague, (the heart of the Mala Strana ? or Little Quarter ? district), minutes walk from some of Prague?s most important sites, (Prague Castle, the Charles Bridge, the Royal Gardens, St. Nicholas Cathedral and the Old Town Square). I thought overall the Aria was a great choice. I would definitely stay at the Aria again.
Nothing better in Prague
I satyed a thte aria for a week in Decemeber and there is nothing better than this hotel in prague. The best place to get an idea for the beauty of this place is on there website at ***********: Great pictures! - Dec. is a great time to go to prague because there are fewer people and when you get out of the cold and come to a hotel like the aria you feel comfortable and relaxed.
Comfortable and clean
The hotel is conveniently located for expeditions on foot to the Old Town (note - bring comfortable footwear to Prague, you'll do lots of walking). The room size was good, and it was clean and comfortable. Breakfast is a buffet of cold meat, cheese, hot food and cereals / toast. We ate at the restaurant on our first night - save it for when you don't want to walk anywhere. The bar is a bit cramped and smoky, but there are bars everywhere you go so again save it for the last drink of the night. Only criticism - our double bed had two small duvets instead of one big one, which wasn't the good idea it might appear to be. We booked through a site which gave us a big discount, so shop around when booking this hotel - we paid around £50/night for two, including breakfast and a free transfer from the airport.
This hotel is truly unique and staffed by people who are so knowledgable and proud of their hotel. The hotel is small and has an intimate feel and it is such a pleasure to stay in somewhere so new and plush. It is also a refreshing change from the chain hotels as every room is different and this is a hotel you won't forget.
You also couldn't ask for a better location. While you're in Prague make sure you eat in the Kampa Park restaurant on the riverside terrace (heated in winter) - the best setting in Prague in my view!
My favorite hotel!
My partner and I had the great pleasure of staying at the new Aria Hotel in Prague a few weeks ago when the Four Seasons Prague did not have the room we wanted available. We could not have been more delighted with our luck! The hotel is certainly the most stylish and luxurious in the city. Since we were in Prague to enjoy the amazing architecture and culture that Prague offers, it really enhanced our stay to be in hotel that is a virtual treasure chest of music and style. But the best part is the staff treated us like royalty. By the time we left, we felt like we were leaving old friends. The Aria may be more expensive than the other hotels in the city, but when you include the free gourmet breakfast each morning, the free pick up from the airport, and the free internet, etc, plus a fantastic trip to remember, it was really an amazing value.
Aria Hotel-Wonderful experience
I thought i'd add my comments while still fresh in my mind. I was there Nov. 12, 2003, my final night in Prague. My first nigh I stayed at the Four Season . Nice, clean room, zero character and cost me 570.00. EUR plus 40 EUR for breakfast. My final night at Aria Hotel was a wonderful way to spend my final moments in Prague. All aspects of my stay were outstanding: the accommodations were aesthetic, spacious and comfortable, the service was superlative --Also, our early morning complimentary breakfast and the service were 1st class. A wonderful experience. Found the hotel on the internet.
Just spent my husband's 40th birthday at the Aria. The hotel was wonderful. Clean, beautiful decor, helpful staff and a great location.
The only thing was that the car service which they recommend you use instead of the taxi is actually more expensive, even though the front desk says it's the same price. So if you don't want to pay more, just of the principal, ask them to call AAA taxi to get around town and to the airport.
I had the pleasure of staying at the Aria Hotel only two weeks after it opened at the beginning of November. The music theme of the hotel and the styling is absolutely perfect for Prague. The combination of modern contemporary styling with elegance and class is a difficult combination to achieve but I think the Aria Hotel has successfully done this. The staff were wonderful and the hotel is in a great location. I would have no hesitation in recommending this hotel to anyone who wishes to visit Prague and is looking for a modern hotel that captures the heart of Prague ... its music.
Just got back. Fabulous city made even better by a brand new 5-star hotel. Cool, fun, great staff, great theme, can't say enough good things.
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