How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
Historical Traveler Reviews Atos Hotel Prague
Good all round
Friendly staff; good breakfast; clean and airy rooms; excellent location.
Prague, Hotel Atos. Brilliant. Recommended.
We stayed at Hotel Atos at the start of July '05 for 4 nights. I was a little apprehensive after some reviews I had seen on other sites. However the hotel was easy to find and perfectly located for all the sites. It was a 10 min walk to the centre of Prague, 2mins to the river. There was also a tram stop right outside so could use that if tired walking. Staff were helpful and friendly and the room was changed each day.
Rooms in Atos were clean, spacious with very good bathrooms and amazing showers. The only thing I didnt enjoy was the breakfast but we went to Cafe Savoy instead (which is 2mins away).
One thing I must def recommend in Prague is the Thai restaurants. Maybe not very Czech but worth a visit. Orange Moon was amazing.
My daughter and I stayed for 6 nights. The staff was very helpfull and friendly. The hotel was 2 minutes from the tram so we could get around very easily. Breakfast was special, a lot of cold cuts and salty breads ( we Canadians not use to), but there was always plenty of food and they would fill up the plates till the last minute. Room was clean and spacious. Great experience!
good hotel, very clean, breakfast plentiful. Great location, tram stop just round the corner going to the main metro for all the sights. right next to Petrin park and the funicular railway, 10 minute walk from wenceslas square. Had a great trip, would highly recommend a visit.
Happy birthday hubby
Just back from a short break to Prague staying at the Atos. Very nice ,clean , basic hotel,good reception staff really helpful and efficient. Location just a short walk from the centre, which made it a little quieter and meant a visit to the far cheaper and often superior off centre eating places. Only criticism was that breakfast was a little chaotic. La Bastille restaurant a 5 min walk away, excellent romantic meal for 2, with drinks approx £25.
Very very good
Stayed at the Atos last week and found it very very good, Staff helpful and good at there job, Clean rooms and towels, asked for extra pillows and they were delivered an hour later, breakfast fine and plenty of it. The location is perfect 20 min's walk from all the sites you will want to see but on the right side of the river and just far enough away from the Charles Bridge to loose all the tourists when dining out in the evening. There own little Restaurant was as good as any and there are several good eating places within 10 min's walk, none to expensive either.
My wife discovered she had left several items of clothing in the hotel room after we arrived home, sent them an email and the items landed on our doorstep 3 days later so 10 out of 10 for that. The next time I go back I will definetly stay at the Atos its a great little spot.
Excellent value in good location
A clean and comfortable hotel conveniently located in Mala Strana only a 10 minute walk to Wenceslas Square. The trams stop outside the hotel if you are feeling lazy. The continental breakfast is plentiful and served from 0730 to 1000. The reception staff were friendly and allowed an early check in. There is a Luggage Room for your cases if you have a late flight on check out day. I booked through travelocity and got a good deal on the price for 3 nights. I would definitely stay here again
Cancelled without notice
Booked this hotel over 3 months in advanced for six people plus we had fully paid. Arrived 10oclock at night only to hear their apologies that we had been double booked.
They had my email address and phone number and failed to contact me. Disaster.
Good basic accomodation
Very clean basic room, had a fridge but no hot drink making facilities(take a travel kettle!). We were on fifth floor, with a velux window, so no view, but on a short stay you are out sight seeing so no problem. Restaurant adjoining hotel food was superb. All Staff very helpful. Short walk into Prague centre over a bridge. Great weekend away recommend it.
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