Hotel Leonardo Prague

Address: Karoliny Svetle 323/27, Prague, 110 00, Czech Republic | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Praha 1 area of Prague, is near Powder Tower (Prasna brana, literally Powder Gate), Museum of Medieval Torture, Kavarna Slavia, and Bedrich Smetana Museum.
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          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge


          • Minbar in room
          • Wireless internet connection in room (free)
          • Wireless internet connection in public areas
          • Non-smoking hotel
          • High-speed internet in room
          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Air-Conditioning
          • Kitchenette
          • Pets allowed


          • Suites


          • Airport Transportation
          • TV Channel One Russia
          • Continental Breakfast
          • Room service
          • Business Services

          TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Leonardo Prague

          Reviewed by thejoiners

          Quaint and charming

          Reviewed Jul 3, 2015
          by (45 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

          Lovely courtyard for drinks and meals, can't believe how cheap food and drinks are.

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

          Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Leonardo Prague

          Brilliant Find


          Stayed there for 3 nights in December. This is definately one of the best hotels I have ever stayed in. Only a few minutes walk from everything but so quiet. Staying in a city centre is always noisy with traffic, sirens etc, but I couldn't hear a sound. It is very much a boutique hotel, very clean, modern and comfortable. The room (small apartment) was very spacious with a separate living area/kitchenette with fridge and small cooker (very handy). Beautiful marble bathroom and large hallway. The staff were pleasant and eager to help. Some really terrific restaurants close by and a real cosy bar next door with great music. Will recommend to everyone I hear visiting Prague from now on.

          Great hotel


          Stayed for 4 nights in December 2004 and was very pleased with the hotel. Attentive and friendly staff. Large modern rooms, very large bed, clean and comfortable. Breakfast was included and you will want for nothing; a long buffet with cooked English, American pastries, German meat and cheeses, fresh fruit, various breads; excellent, served in a delightful arched basement restaurant.

          Location was top class; 3 minutes walk from Charles Bridge, 5 minutes walk to the Old Town Hall square, close to some good restaurants, yet in a quiet road one block from the river. The only thing lacking was a decent view form the windows, you had to get out and cross the road for the stunning view of the river and castle.

          The hotel could not be faulted and we would recommend it to anyone who is, like me, seeking a quiet, clean base from which to see the fascinating city of Prague


          Average Hotel in good location.


          We stayed at this hotel with our two kids and booked an apartment. The brochure gave us the impression that the apartment would have a bedroom off the main room. What we got was a tiny room with a folded out sofa bed and a very steep ladder to a mezzanine floor with two single beds.Staff at reception were polite and helpful. The hotel was very clean. A bit noisy at night and early morning as it is in a narrow back street. Breakfast was good but a bit hit and miss with the staff who were very polite and helpful. We went for a nightcap one evening ten minutes before the bar closed and they refused to serve us. They were not busy,just wanted to close early.I would give this hotel a three star and not a four star. Location is good for all the sights.Apart from the pricey room, not a bad place to stay.



          Superb - I found this hotel very accomodating, the staff friendly and helpful, and room perfect, the breakfast delicious and it is within easy walking distance of the old Jewish town. It is very close to the famous Charles Bridge.

          A brill hotel which was above and beyond my expectations - would recommend.

          Horrible attitude!


          In Prague we recommend three hotels: Aria (didn't stay, but had dinner at Coda, and saw the whole hotel: wonderful! Trendt! Lavish!). Red Lion (close to the castle). Elite (full, but wished to stay here with my wife: very romantic). We found a room (small, standard one) in the quite disappointing Four Season (not valued for money, indeed)... after contacting the reception of a small, smart looking hotel called Leonardo: the staff was not experienced (sad looking, poor english, no spanish...), and could hardly take care of us while a group of noisy Italian was fighting with a management officer about being overcharged with minibar and oversea telephone. It seemed to us that this looking like empty hotel was a tourist trap, and we run out of it. The concierge at the Four Seasons (where we luckilly found a room) told us to avoid those hotels all around the main Old Square which, like the restaurants all around, tend to overcharge tourists systematically. We knew this from Caracas; ignoring that shameful practice was also common in Eastern Europe.

          Pedro (from Caracas)



          The hotel was right in the centre of Prague and the young staff were helpful and spoke good English. Lovely restaurant and breakfast room (don't be the last down to breakfast though if you want the full range of food and hot coffee!) They are building a new block at the hotel so there were drilling noises from dawn til dusk which was a little disappointing if you wanted a snooze. The room was pleasant and there was a nice little kitchenette and handy fridge. The shower room was lovely. We did run out of toilet paper at one point though and the towel's and sheets weren't always changed as often as we would have liked! Good value for money though.

          Modern and Well Located


          New style hotel, recently renovated in a classic building. Located near the Old City. Wallking distance from key locations. Modern bathrooms. If you need two rooms together (e.g. travel w/children) ask for contigous rooms with common 3rd door to corridor. If you go with car, nearest parking site is 5 blocks (normal in Prague).

          New and improving hotel in Excellent Location


          We spent 3 nights here from the 1st to 4th May 2004 and found the hotel to be very pleasant whilst still suffering a few 'teething difficulties'. I am sure that this was due to the fact the hotel had only opened 4 weeks before. The rooms are apartment style modern and tasteful with kitchenette, dining and sofa area, large beautiful modern bathroom and a large bedroom with fitted wardrobes. Breakfast was served in a 'cavern style' basement restaurant as an excellent hot and cold buffet of english and contintental cuisine with tea and coffee served to your table. Getting aroung Prague from here couldn't be easier, the hotel is situated on teh 'Old Town' side of the river in a side street just 500 yards from the Charles Bridge. You are just 5 minute walk from the Old Square and Wenceslas Square and 15 minutes walk from the Castle. we wlaked everywere and saw everything. PS: take a FREE 'magical mystry tour', get on any tram and see were it takes you then take another until you eventually get somewhere you want to end up - loads a fun and completely FREE!!

          TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Leonardo Prague

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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          Last day in prague

          A travel blog entry by lupah on Jun 16, 2013

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          ... and it was astounding to see all of the names. Apparently, at one point, Hitler decided that the Jewish quarter of Prague would be his museum of the race that he erased from the earth so it was left untouched along with the rest of Prague during the war. This allowed for some of the oldest buildings to be saved in Prague and is why there are not many buildings over 4 stories high. Most of the buildings have been resurfaced, but a few still show their age. We had dinner at a ...