Le Palais Art Hotel Prague

Address: U Zvonarky 1, Prague, 120 00, Czech Republic | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located in the Praha 2 area of Prague, is near Vysehrad National Cultural Monument, State Opera, National Technical Museum (Narodni technicke museum), and Wittmann Tours.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Le Palais Art Hotel Prague

    The Best Hotel In Prague


    Le Palais is a superb hotel and this comes from someone who has stayed at some of the most beautiful hotels in europe.

    The staff are attentive smiley and cannot do enough for you.Our room was fabulous and the view from our window when it snowed was the stuff of films it looked like the set of a Dickensian story.

    Do take up the winter package that Le palais offers in ther own web page its excellant value for money.

    Best time to go is Jan trough to march its not as crowded in Prague and all the staff agreed that this is the best time for a visit.

    It was my birthday whilst staying there and I was greeted with champagne choclates and flowers!!

    If you stay in one hotel in Prague make it this one I am envious of anyone going!!

    Absolutely great!!!


    Spent 4 nights at this hotel. Located just a few blocks away from the turistic area, in a quiet and residential street - approx 8 min. walk from the Opera House and Venceslao's Square. It'a superb 5* hotel with a great staff, always friendy and helpful. Large room, luxurius bathroom, free minibar and spa facilities. Breakfast offered a HUGE selection of food. Hotel restaurant was failry cheap and served excellent food. Definitely, the BEST 5* hotel I have ever stayed at!!!

    What a place!


    Just got back from Prague yesterday and had to rave about the service and care we received from LePalais. Took the family and they enjoyed being spoiled and pampered by the wonderful staff and services.

    Nice size room and package for the cost. Would recommend to anyone headed to CZ.

    The best hotel I have ever stayed in!


    This hotel is excellent! Upon arrival - having been collected from the airport in a hotel limo - we were greeted by the Manager and taken to the bar for a complimentary drink and welcome.

    We were upgraded to a suite which was so good. Large comfortable bed, excellent views and amazing bathroom. free minibar and lovely bath robes and slippers

    Meals were great and although a little out of the centre it is a few minutes and very cheap to get a cab.

    It really is the best hotel I have ever stayed in and beats any other 5 star in Europe hands down.

    A superb 5 star hotel set in a quet residential part of prague


    My girlfriend and I (both mid 40's) stayed at this hotel for 3 nights over valentines weeked in 2004 booked via lastminute. On arriving at the airport we jumped into one of the waiting minibuses to take us to the town centre. About 1/2 hour drive at a cost of about £4 each. We told the driver that we wanted Le Palais but he seemed confused and spent several minutes talking on his walky talky struggling to get directions. We wondered what we had let ourselves in for as other passengers were dropped off at their various hotels. What a pleasant surprise when we arrived at the hotel. Although nothing grand to look at from the outside, there was a smart concierge outside,(always a good sign) who took our bags into a lovely bright reception area of this superb small 5 star hotel that has everything you want from luxurious decor to friendly staff that can't do enough to help. The room was large as was the bath and bathroom and all were newly decorated, accompanied by normal 5 start trimmings such as free bath robe etc.... A free mini bar stocked daily went down well. (unlike the UK where you take out a remortgage to use the room mini bar). Breakfast was served to 11 am and offered everything you might want from fruit to full cooked breakfast, in fact I cant think of anything that wasnt served at breakfast, except for steak. I even had smoked salmon and scrambled eggs one morning. We didnt eat in the restaurant but ate in the bar and the food was excellent. It was more expensive than eating out in the numerous restaurants in Prague but stiil cheaper than eating in a poor restaurant at home. My girlfriend is an interior designer and is used to working on appartments in such places as Mayfair and Eaton Place in London. Her taste in decor is somewhat selective and upmarket but she could not stop talking about what a wonderfully designed and tastefully decorated hotel Le Palais was. If you have ever stayed at the Royal Crescent at Bath it is a comparable hotel at a fraction of the price. The hotel is about a 10 minute walk from Wenseslas Square and is in a quite residential part of Prague. An £8 taxi ride takes you to the Castle on the other side of town and a short walk from the Castle back over the river takes you into the tourist part of town. Shopping is limited unless you like Bohemien glass, furry hats or other tourist trinkets. The best way to get around is by tram. You buy a ticket which lasts 24 hours at a cost of about £2 and you can travel anywhere you like for as long as you like. We enjoyed our stay in Prague, the hotel was superb, eating out and drinking was ridiculously cheap and the locals were all really friendly. I defy any one to find a better hotel in Prague. 100% recommended.

    First class service in sumptious surroundings


    First class service, superb rooms and well being centre. If you like to be pampered this is the place. Concierge will arrange everything for you, from arranging taxis to booking a table at the restaurant of your choice. Would thoroughly reccommend it to anyone.

    Excellent all round


    We stayed here for 3 nights in August 03. We arrived very late at night at about 11pm and were amazed to be greeted by a full compliment of staff and a complemetary drink at the little bar- what a lovely welcome. We were then shown to a lovely air conditioned room with a big en-suite bathroom. The room and its facilities are more that adequate for a city break. The bed was very comfy and got made and turned down every day by the staff. There were dressing gowns, slippers and toiletries provided- as well as the free mini bar, which was restocked every single day. The breakfast was great and we spent two mornings out on the beautiful terrace in the summer sun. The hotel is a ten minute walk from the metro and some of the main attractions. Once you get used to the metro it is clean and cheap. Walking back from the metro to the hotel in the dark is a little daunting in the dark but there is a slightly longer way on the main roads. We would definately revisit just for the friendly staff. We weren't due to leave until 9pm and they kept our bags all day (free)for us so we could do last minute sightseeing.

    My husband even received a birthday card!

    Beautiful, Sophisticated,Great location...


    This hotel was amazing in every way and I would definitely recommend it to anyone. We came here for Valentines weekend. The staff are friendly the moment you walk in, and you can have a glass of champagne to relax before you are taken to your luxurious room. The rooms are a good size and the bathrooms have speakers so you can relax in your oversized bath with a glass of wine. The free minibar is a plus, and the free breakfast in the bedroom was fantastic. It is a short walk from the the main sights, about 10 minutes, and definitely remember to take your swimming cossie to take advantage of the luxurious whirlpool!

    Excellent service


    Le Palais is a small, 60 room, recently opened hotel. It is a member of the Small Leading Hotels of the World and the service is excellent.

    Upon check in we were shown all the public rooms so we didn't have to go in search of anything. We were shown the lobby bar, the library where a lovely log fire was burning and the restaurant before being invited to have a welcome drink in the lobby. The room was a bit of a dissapointment. It was very small, as was the the bathroom, and cluttered. The bed was excellent with two single duvets and huge feather pillows. There is a complimentary mini bar as well as the dressing gowns, slippers etc. Wardrobe space is virtually non-existent.

    Breakfast was very good and plentiful. The hotel is set in a quiet area and is a good half hour walk away from the Old Town but the hotel runs a limousine service which will take you there for aprox 8 or there is a metro for aprox 50 pence. The hotel also provides a transfer service to andfrom the airport for aprox 19 each way.

    Too far from where you want to be


    just finished spending several nights at the relatively recently opened le palais in prague.while the hotel and rooms are pretty, the hotel is not well-placed. it is a LONG walk from anywhere in townyou might want to visit, and requiring a cab ride every time you want to go out gets tiresome, fast.especially with the prague cab driverswell-known propensity to rip off passengers on the fare.and the walk is down a street that you wont want to walk down more than once.as well, the closets are the tiniest I have ever seen in a luxury hotel. a nice size for a few baby dresses, but not much else.but prague remains one of the most stunning cities in europe, so dont miss it.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Le Palais Art Hotel Prague

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    A travel blog entry by sandhauer on Sep 09, 2013

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