Ramada Prague City Centre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRamada Prague City Centre
Ramada City Centre is a very nice hotel with a great location and excellent prices. It's clean with down bedding and free wifi and breakfast. It has great restaurants and bars in the area with all price ranges, and within walking distance to Old Town. I know this is where we will stay if we ever return to Prague.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Ramada Prague City Centre
The Ramada Hotel was lovely. We had a huge room, at the back of the hotel, with a balcony (which would be nice in the summer). Our room was very quiet. The beds were very comfy and pillows were extremely fluffy. Our friends had slightly smaller rooms, but all were very nicely decorated. The bathroom had under floor heating. Shower, but no bath. Each room had a mini bar, fridge, trouser press and hairdryer. Pay per view tv on offer, and room service if you wished. Late check out available and/or luggage store - given a tag for each bag left and the room was then locked by staff.
My only complaint was re: the restaurant. We had to queue in the morning for breakfast, as the seating seem inadequate for the amount of guests. They did not refresh/refill the food & crockery etc. too swiftly, but would do so once asked. Have stayed in smaller less expensive hotels and this has not been a problem.
The location of the neighbouring sauna/jacuzzi is not obvious - you will need to ask Reception. Could not find any open fire which I read on one web site advertising this hotel.
Had a fab time. Preferred the location of previous hotels, closer to Old Town Square, but chose this one specifically for a change. No problem in the evening around Wens. Sq.
Great hotel, very friendly staff eager to help.I emailed them a few questions in advance and they were always ready to help.
The selection for breakfast spread was ample and they even had English newspapers to read. The location was central and despite being on the Square, our room had very little noise. House keeping was good though they do not suplu shampoo and conditioners for your room - no big deal.
There is a Tesco close (7min walk) that can supply all your needs.
Great hotel for the price (we booked on a deal with 4th night free) would I stay there again.
Wonderful Hotel, Good Location, Friendly Staff, Good Food
We have just returned from a 3 night break at the Ramada. Arrived to find that we had been upgraded to a superior room. No noise heard whatsoever from the hustle & bustle of Wenceslas Square. Room was spotlessly clean. Breakfast was really good with plenty of choice - fruit, cereals, bacon, eggs, sausage, cold meats, cheeses - & all fresh. Service was exceptional. Would not hesitate in recommending to anyone !
Hotel was fantastic, very clean, helpful staff. Breakfast was good, although if you're not early risers like us your options were limited :-) they did top it up now and then though.
Our room was phenomenal - more like an apartment. I don't know if we were just supremely lucky or if all the rooms are like that... it had a sitting room with tv, separate bedroom and bathroom. It also had a large balcony from which we admired the snow-covered rooftops. The room was not expensive - special offer via well-known travel website.
Location is great, half way down Wencelas Square. Noisy outside but very quiet inside, and quiet on the balcony too.
Not far at all to Old Town Square, 5 minute walk if that, and a nice walk past all the shops etc. too. Supermarket just across the street.
Ramada - Comfortable Hotel in good location.
Location is ideal for sightseeing. Old Town Sq. an easy 10 min walk, Charles bridge about 15 - 20 mins stroll. Bedrooms are very comfortable and freshly furnished and decorated. Plenty space in twin room. Bathroom, bedroom - in fact the whole hotel, is immaculate! Our bathroom only had a shower - so check with hotel if a bath is important. Breakfast room was lovely, usual continental breakfast, cold meats, cheese, rolls, fruit, cereal and several hot choices - served from 6.30 - 10.30 (it's replenished all morning, so still plenty choice after 10am - have a lie-in if you need it!). The entrance is only the width of a doorway so you might not realise that it leads to such a comfortable city hotel. Our room was at the back and was very quiet - might be an idea to ask for this if you are a light sleeper as Wenceslas sq is a busy area. I would recommend this for both tourists and business travelers.
Loved the RAMADA Grand Symphony.
My husband and I stayed at this hotel from July 26th to July 30th 2005. We got to the hotel quite easily by bus from the airport to the tram and from there took the tram to the stop at Wencelas Sq. This was a very cheap option and took only about 20-30 minutes. The hotel is right in Wencelas Square. It is a very ideal location. Any time we wanted to walk back to our room it was so close. There was no noise factor even though we were in the square. The rooms were clean, tidy, well lit and overlooked the square. The hair dryer worked great and shower had average pressure, the toilet flushed great and the beds were comfortable (2 twins put together to make a king size bed). The staff was pleasant. Each morning a continental break fast was included...enough to keep us full till about 2pm. My only complaint is that you have to pay extra to use fitness facilities as it is adjacent to the hotel and doesn't actually belong to the Ramada. However I would stay at this hotel again in a heartbeat. We paid $180(CAD) for the first 3 nights and the fourth night was free (averaging to about $150 (CAD) a night). Also, the TESCO was close enough so that if we wanted to stock up the mini bar with our own liquor and food we could.
Great Location for Ramada
Stayed in this hotel for 4 nights in september.
The hotel is in an excellent location - right on wencelas square, close to two metro stops and only a short 10 minute walk down to the old town square.
The staff were helpful and spoke good english. the rooms were very spacious and well serviced. Big beds, mini bar, tv,hairdryer and a large bathroom with powerful shower.
The hotel felt very secure with staff at the front desk 24 hours a day and key cards required for access. There was a small basic restaurant and bar although this was empty during our stay, we only saw two people using it one morning. Because of this I would not recommend it for you people looking for a lively hotel with a bar.
This is very much a quiet and peaceful hotel in a great central location.
Perfect place to stay!
The minute you walk into this perfectly located hotel on Wenceslav Square, you are greeted by a youthful, friendly, warm yet polite and efficient staff. The rooms are simple, the beds very comfortable, especially those nice down comforters to sleep with! Modern large bathroom...just watch that tricky "lights and power" automatic shutoff. I f you don't put your room key (magnetic card) into the "power slot" when you enter your room, the power goes out after three minutes...very smart and energy efficient.
Buffet breakfast was adequate, no variety, same choices every day.
All the staff are curteous, helpful, smiling, and speak English of course.
Definitely where I'll stay again.....very reasonable rates too!!
Great location in downtown Prague
We stayed at the Ramada Grand Symphony for 3 nights in Sept. 2004. This is a fairly new hotel and we enjoyed every minute of our stay. The rooms were large, comfortable, very clean and quiet. The hotel has a great location being in the heart of Prague. We paid EUR 139 for a double room. If you want to stay in downtown Prague this is one of the best places to stay. We will stay here again. We ordered our own transport to/from the hotel by using the white minibus service (Cedaz Ltd) at the airport, only CZK 480 for 1-4 persons.
Very central and yet quiet
We had a lovely 3day break in Prague and this hotel was ideal for a fairly frenetic stay in this magical city.
Our bedroom was away from traffic on the busy Wenceslas Square which was just outside our front door.Breakfast was included and provided a very good start to the day.Bed and bathroom were new and very comfortable with fluffy towels and a firm mattress.
The manager was a charming young man who was anxious to please.
A taxi to airport was booked at the desk and was very satisfactory if a bit pricey at 750 Korona for a 20 minute run.Wish I could have had a week extra as there is so much to see.
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