Hotel Caesar Prague
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- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Room service
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Caesar Prague
Breakfast was great. Bed was comfy. Location was also good
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Caesar Prague
It's not Las Vegas but it'll do nicely!
We had a three night stay at this city centre hotel in September. The hotel is relatively new, so furnishings and fabric are still bright and fresh looking. Our antique twin room( as described in the publicity ) was spacious and well appointed and was air conditioned to boot. Just as well really as the tram tracks outside our window would have been pretty noisy with the windows open. Ask for a room at the back if peace and quiet is a priority for you. The breakfast buffet was good and there was a pleasant if slightly expensive( by Prague standards ) bar on the ground floor. There is a small gym available free to guests, but the sauna is charged for. The hotel is well positioned, about a 5 to 10 minute walk from Wenceslas Square.
A couple of minor quibbles: our room had no shower curtain and guests are charged for coffee and tea bags used---yes, unusually for a continental hotel, there are tea and coffee making facilities in the room, together with the usual mini bar.
All in all a good, centrally positioned hotel in what is a stunningly beautiful city. Definitely a cut above your average budget option.
Could not fault this hotel!
stayed at this hotel in feb this year. found the hotel to be very good indeed. the location is superb, the hotel is modern the rooms clean and well fitted and really nice. breakfast is good and all the staff are polite and helpfull. this was our fisrt trip to prague and would love to go back one day we would deffinatly book with this hotel again as it is great value for money.
i can not say anything negative about it at all!!!
We stayed in the Hotel Caesar Palace in Prague for 4 nights. Things were great until the morning we had to leave. As we were eating breakfast in the hotel, we got up from our table for less than 30 seconds to get coffee 2 meters away. In that time, our purse was stolen! The purse had everything: cash, credit cards, a camera, etc. We immediately went to the management about this, but they were very unapologetic and unhelpful. They didn't seem to want to do anything about it! They wouldn't even look over the footage from the security cameras in the hotel. This is supposedly a 4-star hotel, and they don't even care if your stuff gets stolen on their property! Don't ever stay at this hotel!
My wife and I have just returned from Prague on 30 April.This was our first visit to Prague and on exiting airport,we were immediately directed to a taxi by an airport official.The car was not a taxi,but an airport transporter servive car.We were apprehensive that this might be a rip-off,but the cost was 700Kc plus tip,with which we were happy.
The journey to hotel lasted approx.25 mins.At the hotel,the reception staff were very attentive and spoke good English.The room was large and had the facilities-T.V,hairdrier,safe,minibar with comfortable beds.Towels and beds were changed daily.
Buffet breakfast in downstairs breakfast room provided a basic breakfast with tea/coffee,fruit juice,cereals,scrambled eggs etc.
During our three night stay,the staff were helpful and attentive.
The situation of the hotel is perfect for seeing Prague sights on foot-very central,with plenty of bars restaurants in the area.
however ,we would class this hotel as 3 star quality.
Hotel was in great location, clean, breakfast well above average. Two complaints, blonde receptionist was very unfriendly and unpleasant and the sauna is a at an extra charge which was not advertised anywhere.
Cafe Royale across the road is well worth a visit, lovely food, very cheap. For indian, go to the Taj Mahal, not far, but not on a main street. Well worth the effort.
Hotel very good certainly reccomend it. Room at first seems basic but it very clean and a decent size. Bathroom spacious and spotless. Breakfast good and doesn't finish until 10.30 Staff friendly and helpful. Hotel well placed for tourist Prague. It has also some good bars and resturants near. Lemon Leaf across the road very good and cheap. Praque itself disapointing dirty in parts and sleezy but felt safe most of the time.
Perfect comfortable hotel
We stayed here for 4 days in Jan and can honestly recommend this hotel. The reception area is very smart, right down to the detail on the floor tiles. The staff were great, very helpful with excellent English, any request we had they responded to immediately. The weather outside was freezing cold, so you can imagine how nice it was to return to our comfortable and warm hotel room. We got this for a very reasonable rate as it is classed as off season in the winter. I would say all in all it is more like a 3 star hotel, especially the rooms, and if I am being picky a little more could be done to improve them, eg tea and coffee facilities, coat hooks (nowhere to hang big winter coats), and afew more coat hangers would be helpful. Other than that I could honestly not fault this place, the location is excellent, central, but out of the real tourist traps, with lots of reasonably priced restaurants and bars literally on the door step.Would definately stay here again, especially in Winter.
Don't go to Caesar Palace!
We have just returned from Prague for a 3-day break. We stayed at the Caesar Palace and had the worst stay of our life! The hotel does not deserve a 4 star rating! It is more like a Travel Lodge. The rooms are very bare, there is no tea/coffee making facilities, no standard amenities you would find in a normal 4 star hotel, no hotel directory, no fire escape signs on the back of doors, no restaurant (only used for breakfast), the rooms with a bath do not have shower curtains, bar closes at 2200, etc. During our stay, they also had some work going on on the 6th floor and the builders woke us up every morning at 0730, but we were never told before going.
Breakfast is average; eggs were stone cold on our first day and they fixed the heater only after we complained. Same with one of the coffee machines. It always showed 'empty' and apparently needed its filters changed. There is only a 2-slot toaster, which means you have to queue for your toast!
The only 2 positive things we can say about it are that the location is great and the manager Daniela is very helpful, took our feedback on board and acted upon it where possible.
We would not go back to Caesar Palace, unless it became a proper 4 star hotel!
Just returned from a long week-end in Caesar Palace it is about 15min walk from the centre with plenty of bars and shops on your way. The rooms are very clean warm and spacious, towels are changed every day and plenty of choice for breakfast. We did not book a taxi in advance, but as you walk out of the airport there are plenty of taxi`s waiting. On reading some reviews about the different prices they charged I was a little wary. We paid 6500c to go to the hotel which we were well satisfied with. on our return we arranged with the hotel to book a taxi for us which cost the same amount. Would not hesitate to go back to this hotel again.
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