Design Hotel Josef Prague
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDesign Hotel Josef Prague
Checked in early, but room wasn't ready. The front desk staff was wonderful to let us leave luggage while sightseeing. Gave us a great recommendation for local food nearby. Remembered our names when we came back and rooms were ready. Had rooms at front of hotel with view of street and old town. Room modern. Tastefully decorated. Nice room amenities - heated towels, robes, plug, water. Comfy bed.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Design Hotel Josef Prague
This hotel made the difference
Great location, great design (the glass bathrooms are very chic) and convenient breakfast time (i.e. until 11.30 so you can sleep in and not have to rush to get up for breakfast). If you don't speak English, Czech or German, you may find it difficult to converse with staff but conversation will not be impossible. If tv watching enhances your stay and you only speak English, there are limited channels to watch.
However, DVDs are available so there is another option.
Just arrived back from the Hotel Josef last night. The previous reviews were spot on, the hotel is ideally situated, is extremely modern, the staff are very friendly. The breakfast is very good, it serves up until 12.30. Highly recommended
Such a stylish hotel
Such a modern stylish Hotel. The reception area is very impressive, the rooms are spacious and very modern. It's like waking up in a Habitat showroom. The breakfast is great with a choice of smoked salmon and meats and well as all you can eat fruit and yoghurt. I would go back!I've recommended it to my friends and family.
Visited January 19 - 21. A very fresh hotel! Ultra modern with a very crisp feel to both the service, and the rooms. Convenient for touring with large rooms by European standards. Breakfast was the equivalent of an American buffet, from smoked salmon to grits! Staff was attentive, and everyone spoke English. Would highly recommend.
I took my partner here for 2 days as a surprise birthday treat and I couldn't have made a better choice. The hotel is in a very good location, very close to the Old Town Square. The buffet breakfast is superb with so much choice & it's served till 11.30. My partner was given a bottle of bubbly & some fruit as a birthday gift from the hotel which we thought was a lovely touch. Thanks to everyone at Hotel Josef for a wonderful break!
Everything about the hotel is fantastic. The rooms are bright and airy, the hotel offers a small business center free of charge, the breakfast room is inviting and the location was great too. It was having like having the best of both worlds, ultra modern hotel in a classic old town city... highly recommend!
Wonderful location, 3 mins walk from the Old Town Square. Great service from friendly staff, nice modern rooms and a fabulous breakfast!!!
Beautiful and contemporary space with excellent service and breakfast.
Trendy and Comfortable
Bright, light lobby. Friendly staff, modern rooms with comfortable beds with see-through bathrooms. Great breakfast. Perfect to return to after exhausting days exploring Prague. Great position. Close to Old Town Square and several good restaurants. Very good value.
Great Place for a City Break
We stayed at the Hotel Josef in Prague for 2 nights in a Superior Room.
The Hotel is ultra modern with big comfortable beds and great bed linen. Glass walled bathrooms, glass wardrobes etc. Nice modern bar and good breakfast. Only downside was the bathroom only had a shower and after many miles of walking around the wonderful city of Prague, a soak would have been good. Having said that, it was probably the best shower I've been in for many years. The hotel staff were helpful and the hotel is in a great location, a few minutes walk from the Old Town of Prague.
We used the Hotel transfer service from the airport which was comfortable, efficient and not overpriced. Would definitely stay at the Josef again should we ever make it back to Prague.
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... iconic Charles bridge and then navigated the steep and winding cobblestone roads to the top of the hill. It was hard work but we were not disappointed with the view from the top. The palace set against a hazy Prague city backdrop was simply breath taking - however this may have been due to the aforementioned hill climbing. Equally stunning was the church located inside the palace, with its gothic features and golden clocks and mosaics. We grabbed a ...
... to the restaurant next door and got out first Czech meal. We had a meat/cheese plate, 2 entrees of meat & bread/dumplings, 2 beers, a cider, and a bottle of water for $30, including the tax/tip. And that is just one reason we chose this part of the world to explore this summer. Since we only had about 6 months to save for the trip, we knew we weren't going to have a ton of cash to spend, so finding a place that was relatively cheap once we got ...
... was not on my agenda so taxi it is!!! If in Prague use the AAA taxi.... No ripoff!! So will b asking for a refund!!! What is up with me and the transfers! Finally met up with the group for a walk to the big mall here and a drink! We had a drink at the Republica which is just across the street from the hotel! 6pm we met for the welcome dinner! A nightcap and off to bed! Unfortunately I am now awake at ...
... the revamped ghetto streets, and the breathtaking Old Jewish Cemetery, which together make up the Jewish Museum in Prague, What a long, rich, complicated, and very sad history.The Cemetery, which contains over 12000 tombstones dating from the 14th-18th centuries, was fascinating, the Spanish Synagogue stunningly beautiful, and the story of the Rabbi Loew and his Golem uplifting in its strangeness and humor (might I add, Prof. Taylor and I were feeling ...
Writing a blog is a challenging experiment. I come from a background of historical academia where pronouns are stripped from ones works content and the self reflective acknowledgements of the author only subtlety woven into whatever is being written about. Writing a blog, however, requires me to seek out the balance between personal journal and a more impersonal objectively informative guide and explanation of the places I have seen. This process is further complicated by the fact ...