Travel Blogs from Prague
I flew into Prague around 10 in the morning and exchanged $400 to prepare for my first days in eastern Europe. I stayed at the Floor Hotel in the center of the action. Very good spot and the hotel was fairly nice. Took alot of pictures and saw the Charles Bridge. Excellent!! Drank a few beers at a patio restraunt near my hotel and tried to take a …
... footy has being played. Vlad on the other hand went out to take some photos if various places, since he'd been without his phone for so long. Jason was at the Irish bar when Vlad turned up in the Second quarter. Another huge day ensued as Brad showed up looking a little worse for wear. It was super Saturday as every game of sport conceivable was being played, including the NRL, Rugby international, EPL and other euro soccer games, ...
Prague. Once again a non stop train from Budapest - Prague. Winning. Unfortunately what was not so winning about the situation was the fact that the air conditioning was broken. Great, a 7 hour train ride, a very hot seven hour train ride, stuck in a compartment witch a coulple of smelly Hungarian men also choose our compartment as well as a hippie. Not ideal. We arrived at the hostel and headed out for dinner. We later met a guy from our room who had ...
It had to be visited; Prague castle. We arrived, after a tiring uphill walk for ages, just in time for the hourly changing of the guard. Same process as the British and other royal palaces, the same stern guard faces and pomp and ceremony; but fun to watch and everyone clap at the end. After Cesky Krumlov castle and being told being told Prague castle was a slightly larger version, we had a view of what to expect. Prague castle is more of a township with some older ...
... We did a bit of walking around and went through some authentic markets and looked at some of the amazing buildings and architecture. All of the streets in the main center are lined with cobblestone, which adds to the feel of the city as well as creates copious amounts of labor for road maintenance crews. Throughout the time we were in Prague there were a dozen or so crews re-laying the stone by hand. We moved on towards the West side of Prague, over the ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Floor Hotel Prague
Good hotel for tourists !
We stayed at the Floor Hotel for 3 nights and the hotel is very nice. We had the "royal suite", which is very spacious and is equipped with a jacuzzi-bathtub. The hotel is ideally placed for tourists, centrally in the centre of Prague. Breakfast is OK but not extraordenary. Unfortunately, we can't recommend the restaurant of the hotel too much : the dishes are ok but the prices are too high for what is served. Every side-dish (chips, vegetables, sauce) must ne paid supplementary.Also the wines are pretty high-priced. You are better off too search for a restaurant with local specialities in the neighbourhood (for exemple : U Suteru (Palackeho street)).
The location was excellent! Easy to find, a simple 4-5 minute walk from the airport "Mini-Bus" main drop off at Namesti Republic. Well positioned, between Wenceslas Square and Old Town, and easy access to the Mustek Metro station.
The hotel is undoubtedly in a good position for the old town, but rather inconvenient for car access being in a pedestrian zone. The refurbished rooms are very good, but lacking in lighting, both in the bedroom and bathroom. I was on the first floor which was rather noisey, being so near to street level. There was no Hotel Services Guide in my room, so that information was missing. Breakfast was adequate. The lady in reception in the morning was unfriendly, unhelpful and a bit rude. I left some clothes for dry-cleaning, and she had no idea if they would be back the same day, the next, or back ever....!!! I would not recommend this hotel for a business traveller, but would do so for tourists.
Just come back from a 4 day break in Prague where we stayed in the Floor Hotel.
Upon arriving at the hotel were slightly worried as the hotel was above some shops, and did not look too promising, But were pleasantly suprised.
I went to the Floor Hotel in October for 3 nights the room was large and in good condition. Breakfast was good and I did enjoy my stay at this Hotel. I will recommend it to anyone going to Prague wishing to stay in the city center.
Best value for money
At (-) we got such a great price for this hotel (euro 110 for a double room incl. breakfast) that i was expecting an unpleasant surprise at check-out -- perhaps i mis-entered something when booking? but everything was ok.
this is a fine hotel, with luxurious, modern, spacious rooms, an attentive staff, excellent inner-city location, and a delicious breakfast. the decor is much nicer than the photos to be found by other reviewers here. it has all the convenience and security of a generic chain-hotel such as hilton's but with much, much more charm. strongly recommended at any price up to euro 150, and a steal at the price we got.
Floor Hotel Prague 23rd October 2005
Just spent 3 glorious days here - excellent hotel - location superb - had a modern room on the first floor which was very quiet at night due to the location on a walking street. Breakfast up to 11.30am was a big bonus. The staff were delightful - lovely helpful English lady on reception- nothing was a problem, only too pleased to be of assistance in any way. The hotel restaurant, also modern in design was superb - designer food but with large portions and excellent service especially from the Manager who was from Bishops Stortford! Can't praise this hotel enough - will definitely stay here again when we go back for another visit.
Just back from a 3 night stay in the Floor Hotel, Prague (Formerly known as Joe Hotel).