- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Hvezda Cheb
Practically non-existent customer service (in German and Czech only, as it seemed), dirty old rooms where our group had to begin with butchering a number or mosquitoes, spiders and other bugs. Toilet broken and the customer service 'doesn't understand you'. Apparently they didn't really have better rooms (available). Well, at least the location was good. PS: Be warned about the hotel restaurant. One of our group had a few nasty surprises. On the other hand one got excellent stuff. Nontheless, if you must order beer, accept bottled only.
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