InterContinental Prague

Parizska 30, Prague, Bohemia, 110 00, Czech Republic | 5 star hotel
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsInterContinental Prague

    Reviewed by caffneen

    So So

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    by (1 review) , United States Flag of United States

    Ok Hotel. Got the job done. Bit mediocre but sufficient. Comfortable room but a bit lackluster in some service areas.

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    Reviewed by donnamlee47

    Memorable visit to Prague

    Reviewed Sep 4, 2013
    by (1 review) , United States Flag of United States

    Very nice staff. Room was comfortable. Had to borrow a converter for my curling iron. Spa area was impressive. Free Internet in room. Very good location which helped make our stay in Prague an interesting and enjoyable one. We would recommend this hotel.

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    Reviewed by arieldexplorer

    Excellent Stay

    Reviewed Feb 26, 2012
    by (1 review) , Qatar Flag of Qatar

    Our stay was really enjoyable! The Room was excellent, very clean and service is SUPERB! Location is great as it is near the MUST SEE Places within the city. Walking distance to the church with the Astronomical clock and the Wenceslas Square and so with the very famous Charle's Bridge. I will definitely come back and stay at this hotel! Two thumbs up!

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    Reviewed by timsandy

    So So Hotel

    Reviewed Oct 25, 2011
    by (3 reviews) Ottawa , Canada Flag of Canada

    Good hotel. Put up here as part of the tour group. Our room overlooked scaffolding because of outside repairs. Nothing negative about the hotel. Rooms are small but beds comfy and clean as was the bathroom. Pool area nice and relaxing. Wouldn't spend a lot of time here. Close to the river but farther from the old town center.

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    Historical Traveler Reviews InterContinental Prague

    Solid 4 star

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    Have everything you would expect from a 4 star hotel. Fitness center, business center, continental breakfast, etc...

    Location of the hotel is excellent! Close to old town square and jewish quarter. Also good shopping places aronud the hotel (LV, HUGO BOSS, DIOR, etc...)

    A Good Choice

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    Just returned from Prague for New Years, having stayed at the Hotel InterContinental. Found it to be a solid 4 star property -- nothing much to look at on the outside, but featured nice rooms and baths on the inside. The lobby and bar area are nice, could be a bit better if they were a little more inviting. Location of the hotel is hard to beat. Close to Old Town Square, Jewish Quarter, concert halls, trams, etc. Best restaurant we found in Prague was just across the street. Good business center, though hard to book because of demand. Music in the bar on the weekend was too noisy (who knew a man with a guitar could make so much noise singing New York, New York?). Fortunately, it ended early. Would stay here again and saw nothing better in the city in this price range.

    A Very Pleasant Surprise

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    I was a bit leery of booking the Intercontinental, as we usually stay at the Four Seasons, Ritz, or Starwood Luxury Collection, but the FS was all out of connecting rooms, so we ended up here, and were very pleasantly surprised. The suite was huge, and very nicely furnished, with views across the river. Every night we were sent nice gifts (fruit basket, chocolates, wine, canapes, etc.). Service was very quick and friendly, and the concierges were very knowledgeable. Location was ideal, and complementary limousine transfers were a very nice touch.

    Excellent!

    from

    Excellent, just what you would expect from a 5-star hotel. Just 5 min walk to the old town square and 5 min to the nearest metro station. Oh, and don't visit the Valmont restaurant across the street because they cheated us with "table and service" charges which almost doubled the bill.

    Perfect stay!!!

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    I don't know why this hotel is not written up more! I always like to check a few sources before booking a hotel and this hotel did not come up in many of the books/sites I look at. Regretted a bit that we were not staying at the famous Palace hotel. However, my company had a great rate here so I booked it. It is in a perfect location right on the water (ask for the water view) and it is right on the shopping street (the Rodeo of Prague) and it isn't located at the really touristy end of the street (like the Palace) so it is a little quieter and safer than other hotels but still so close to things. If you have Priority Club status, they will upgrade you to a club floor room--so worth it. Access into the Club lounge is so great--free internet, free open bar with top shelf liquor, wines, champagne and bottled waters, soda, and snacks all day --free of charge! The rooms are nice --chocolate on your pillow each night and they have a car service with pre-set rates to popular sites so you don't get ripped off by random taxi cabs. That was a great service. Had a perfect stay here and look forward to staying again.

    Don't leave valuables in your rooom!

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    I stayed here in early 2004. The hotel itself is a typical 4/5 star hotel with all the facilities you'd expect. The rooms are a decent size and service is good. However upon arrival I made the mistake of leaving some valuables in an unlocked suitcase in my room for an hour only to find it gone upon my return. Another person in our party was in the shower when a total stranger opened their door! Presumably the keys open all the rooms?? Security is obviously not very good and I would advise always using the safe in the room however short a period you may be away from your room. I would stay in the hotel again however but would never take any valuables with me.

    Dat is not possible!

    from

    2nd trip to Prague in last 4 months. Overall good Western style hotel. I prefered the Marriott if for only they have irons in the rooms. Also the desk personell at the intercontinential are typical old soviet style work attitude......"dat is not possible". Instead "let me see If I can contact housekeeping and see if your room is ready so that you may check in a half hour early." The Marriott noses ahead by employing people from all over Europe with excellent customer service skills. I travel the world for business (Commercial pilot) and I like my hotel to be as American as possible. Save the adventures and "local charm" for outside the hotel. Is an iron and working air conditiong to much to ask for???

    Great hotel

    from

    Stayed here July 2003. Exellent location. Had a suite on the club floor. Huge room and bathroom, free breakfast, snacks and cocktails all day long in the lounge. Great view of Prague from the hotel restaurant on the roof. The fitness center and pool are extraordinary. Highly recommended.

    What a treat

    from

    I stayed at the INTER CONTINENTAL PRAGUE over Easter 2003. The hotel is beautiful with fantastic service, above average size rooms, and an incredible pool and gym. The location of this hotel is a great reason to stay, with views of Prague castle or the old town square. Treat yourself to the private dining. Will be back...

    Location, Location, Location!

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    I stayed at the INTER CONTINENTAL PRAGUE over the New Year Holiday in 2002-2003. The hotel is beautiful with an elegant lobby, large rooms, and a fantastic spa and gym. The location is the best of all hotels if youre looking for good food and drink. The hotels restaurant and bar are world class and lively.

    TripAdvisor Reviews InterContinental Prague

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

    Travel Blogs from Prague

    Transvestites, Porn Stars, and Cows

    A travel blog entry by burtonnm on May 24, 2014

    2 comments, 20 photos

    Bear with me because this entry is going to be long. There's so much to tell about today!
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    A Confusing Tour

    A travel blog entry by burtonnm on May 25, 2014

    2 comments, 4 photos

    Today we took a tour of Terezin. Our guide from yesterday rode the bus with us about 60 km North, talking the whole way about Terezin and other aspects of the Holocaust and World War II. Once we got there he handed us off to another tour guide that only does tours of Terezin.

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    Lost and Found

    A travel blog entry by burtonnm on May 25, 2014

    1 comment, 3 photos

    Last evening we attended a concert at Dvorak Hall in the Rudolfinum Concert Venue. This concert was a part of Prague Spring- an international music festival that occurs annually in Prague. Prague is very proud of it's historical contributions to classical music so it was only fitting that we see a concert while we were there.

    This concert …

    Almost 100%

    A travel blog entry by exoticrhonda on Nov 18, 2013

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    We both woke up today feeling we could tackle Prague. After having a hotel buffet breakfast, where we could pick our way through the 'safe' food, we ventured out.

    Dave was our tour guide today, and we followed a couple of walking tours suggested by our little DK Eyewitness Travel Guide. Our final walking tour was along the Left and …

    Musical Prague

    A travel blog entry by exoticrhonda on Nov 17, 2013

    2 photos

    I woke up sick this morning and could not face the day. Dave was a bit perkier and visited the Jewish Cemetery and Museum on his own.

    I had pre booked tickets in Australia to a classical concert at the Lobkowicz Palace, so I emerged from the sanctuary of the doona at midday to brave the outside.

    The fog was really heavy and it …