Ibis Praha Old Town
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We drove from Liechtenstein to the Czech Republic on a cold, rainy day arriving in central Prague in the dark in traffic on the last Friday before Christmas. We had booked three nights at the Ibis near old town square. Jo had stayed there on a Contiki tour - she recommended the location - if not the ambience - but it suited us very well considering …
Salina: It seems like there were some communication issues between our tour manager, Ryan, and the hotel staff, our Breakfast was supposed to be at the hotel restaurant, but it was set up at another building and it wasn't clear where it was located either. Some things we learned about Contiki's breakfasts, you can never have enough time or enough …
We arrived in Prague around 2pm and started a walking tour of the city, which is just beautiful. We started at the castle, then made our way across the river on a bridge with lively street performers into the old town. Dinner was at the hotel, and ended up being the worst of the trip so far. It was a buffet with stale bread and mystery meat. Ick. …
"Let me help you with that!", exclaimed the crazy spaghetti-faced, drugged out teen who looked like Gerard Way from the band My Chemical Romance. This was my greeting as I attempted to purchase a metro pass from the ticket machine. Sometimes the homeless and addicted create their own job opportunities by helping tourists figure their way out of the …
... made and uniforms. There was also a memorial room where all the names of the victims nearly 200,000.
After 2 sobering hours we got back on the bus and drove to the town of Mauthausen where we stopped for lunch. We had McDonalds for lunch a naughty pleasure of burgers. We were told that the Austrian McDonalds serve beer but unfortunately not at this branch.
We drove few more hours into Czech Republic and stopped at a ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Ibis Praha Old Town Prague
Great price & location
great hotel in a great location. just got back from a 3 night break. even though there was building work going on beside the hotel it did not effect our stay in any way.
The rooms are small but clean & have an excellent large shower. this was my second visit to Prague so feel free to ask a question about the city.
i would definitely stay here again.
When we first arrived and walk in the door of the Hotel, I was very pleased with our choice. The Location is perfect and the lobby and bar are very nice. Unfortunatly this is as far inside the Hotel as we got. We were informed while trying to check in that our rooms had become damaged and flooded that morning and they were unable to accomodate us. We had already paid in full when we booked the hotel 4 months ago so they said they would be putting us up in another Ibis Hotel in Prague 5. We said no way to this and they pretty much told us take it leave it. We asked for the manager and he said the same and there was nothing he could do. We stood firm and said no way. We booked a hotel in Prague 1 and we wanted to stay in Prague 1. Anyway after over an Hour of standing our ground we were put up in their Higher star sister hotel (Mercure) next door for one night and in the Novotel City where we had stayed before for the second night so we were quite happy in the end.
We found this hotel to be excellent value for money and of a high standard for a 3 star. It is new, modern and clean and the bathrooms have very spacious showers!
Excellent 3 star hotel
We stayed a this hotel for a three daybreak. We had read some of the reviews and were a bit worried . When we got there we were very suprized The hotel was very nice and spotless throghout .The staff were nice and very helpful. The location was very good just across the street from the powder tower and a ten minute walk to Old Town Square Altough there is work going on in the street outside we neverhad any noise in our room. For location a excellent choice all sightseeing can be done on foot as every where is in walking distance Thats if you like to walk .To anyone going enjoy your trip as we did ours
We had a travel agent assist with hotel bookings on a Central European trip. The Ibis Old Town turned out to be a good middle-of-the-road choice balancing budget with comfort. We stayed for four nights. There is a massive metro construction project going on next door which required a short trek across temporary sidewalks that were a bit muddy, but we were happy with the proximity to all of the Old Town and New Town areas. The metro station is almost adjacent to the hotel. The 24/7 construction was not noticeable once inside the hotel property. However, after a particularly late night, we were awakened by hammering and drilling in a room directly above us. It sounded as if workmen were in our own room! A call to the desk was met by the response, "I'm sorry, but they are allowed to start work after 9:00 AM". I responded that regardless of the time, I was attempting to sleep. The receptionist indicated she would call and ask them to stop. The noise stopped for about 20 minutes until we fell back asleep, at which point it started in earnest again. Other than this issue, the staff was polite and helpful. The breakfast and bar area were clean and well attended. The property is obviously brand new. Room was tiny, as is the European way, and luggage takes up all existing floor space. We were however very happy to have air conditioning!
I had never stayed at an Ibis hotel before, so I was not sure what to expect. Of all four properties in Prague, I chose the Ibis Old Town for a weekend break in mid June, mainly based on the location. I was not disappointed.
Stayed three nights at the above hotel. Was concerned as had read earlier reviews after making our booking. We were suprised on arrival as the photograph on their website was of the Municipal Builing not the hotel. However porter and receptionists were very pleasant. We were taken to room which was a typical city hotel room. The room had a queensize bed which was very confortable and all bedding and furnishings appeared brand new. Bathroom was immaculate and had a vey spacious shower.
Clean, modern and value for money
After reading several bad reviews on this hotel I was dreading my trip, only to be pleasantly surprised on arrival. The hotel is new, clean and I did not find the staff rude. The breakfast was good with a reasonable selection. The hotel is located close to the bars and restaurants and near to the tram and metro stations where you could go anywhere in Prague. The only thing that let the hotel down at present was the demolition work taking place next door, but this did not cause us to much hassle.
We stayed here for two nights while visiting Prague and were pleased with our stay. I don't know where the first review writer stayed, but our room was new and modern and both the room and the bathroom were very clean. The bathrooms looked new and as if they hadn't been used ever. This makes sense considering the hotel opened up only a few months ago. We thought it was slightly higher than a 3 star hotel rating that it has. The second reviewer is right, however, when he spoke of the construction. The second night we stayed, we were placed on a side where it could only be heard faintly so it wasn't a problem at all. I would just when you get there to be placed as far away from the outside construction as possible. We did encounter a problem on the first night we were there. There was banging which was in the building and when we called twice, the front desk first thought it was the outside construction and then thought it was coming from construction on the 9th floor. We knew neither was possible because we were on the 4th floor and could tell it was right below or above us. My bf investigated and found workmen on the 3rd floor. We complained since we are late sleepers and do not expect to be woken up so early by going ons in the actual building (the construction outside cannot be helped) and we asked to see the manager. We were compensated for the portion of the night we lost and placed in a new room. In response to the 'hostile' staff. I think you mistake cultural differences as someone being rude to you. The staff were as nice as I needed them to be. I don't expect them to hold my hand for me and treat me like i'm a queen. Also, the bar at the hotel is always busy. It seemed to be a major socializing place at night for all ages.
I stayed here for 2 nights on a lads weekend away and found the place to be average. The receptionist on booking in was quiet rude and rooms were small but adequate for what we were looking for - ie a room to sleep in. Thought the place to be reasonably clean although 2 small towels between 2 people was ridiculous.