Travel Blogs from Prague
18 Sep 2013, Wednesday PRAGUE Welcome to the inaugural post of the Truckin' with Mug and John Blog. Our first destination is Prague. The flight from Salt Lake City to Paris was fast! Watching Star Trek: Into Darkness twice helped pass the time. However, it was impossible for me to sleep one wink. We arrived in Prague …
The Czech Republic is known for their artistic glass works. I really wanted something made here but none of it appealed to me. John's mom and my Aunt Ida would have loved it. After shopping
in countless "Bohemian" glass stores, we decided to skip this souvenir idea. So it was on to see the Municipal House – the best example of an art …
After breakfast Thursday morning, we went back to the Astronomical Clock for more pics and smaller crowds. Love that clock!! While waiting for the Hop-On Hop-Off bus tour we noticed one of the notorious taxi drivers rocking (and I mean ROCKING) out to “Oh Happy Day” - hysterical! We also had a chance to stroll around the open air …
Sandyandbill stayed here on Apr 20, 2013 during their trip titled: Sandy and Bill's Adventure.
Hi family, Now that we have wifi in the room and I don!t have to go to a cafe or hang out the window, I can't seem to find time to blog. Prague has an incredible , almost Disneyworld , feel. both the Jewish and Christian history and buildings are hard to imagine. I am having a wonderful time with the camera that you gave to Dad for his birthday. It …
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Historical Traveler Reviews Savic Hotel Prague
Stayed here from 15/07 until 24 July, right in the middle of a heat wave. Hotel was great, cool rooms, clean, sheets changed almost daily and all egyptian cotton. Mini bar was good, not as expensive as most hotels.
Hotel Savic was in an excellent location and ideal to walk to all the sights this city has to offer. An old building that has been refurbished whilst still keeping the traditional style. We stayed in a beautiful attic room and although the view was very limited the decor more than compensated, with beamed ceiling, extra large bed and wooden floors. Hotel staff were extremely friendly in all areas of the hotel. Buffet breakfast was adequate and everywhere very clean.
I have just returned from a wonderful few days in Prague made even better by the fantastic hotel ' The Savic'. The decor is delightful, the staff warm and welcoming, and the position is perfect for accessing the cultural side of the city. The staff contacted me prior to my visit, to see if I would like them to arrange a taxi to take me to the hotel. The price was reasonable, and so I took them up on their offer. The driver was there waiting as promised, and was very friendly and helpful. On arrival at the hotel we were greeted with a welcoming drink, and our cases carried to our room. The hotel has been decorated to the highest standard, in an 'old worlde' style, with lots of wooden beams, to add to the rustic feel. Our room was on the 4th (top) floor and was spacious and light, and had all (and more) of the usual refinements you would expect of a top quality 4 star hotel. The breakfast choice was also excellent, with a choice of cooked or cold delights. It was also lovely eating outside, as the hotel has a centre court yard. The staff were warm and welcoming throughout our stay, and I would highly recommend this hotel and would certainly book it again, if I was to return to Prague.
Hi Just had to write a review of this hotel as it is the "nicest hotel" i have stayed in.
Four of us have just returned from a week at the Hotel Savic in Prague and it was wonderful! We had lovely spacious rooms, which were beautifully furnished with huge beds with good white linen. It was a pleasure to stay there but ask for a room on the quiet side of the building as it was a bit noisy at night.
Excellent Hotel .
Hi, my husband and I have just returned from a four day weekend away at the Savic Hotel .Fantastic. The staff were very helpful and happy to book trips and taxis for you, nothing is to much trouble . The hotel room was fab, large beamed ceilings, wooden floors, four poster type bed, plasma screen TV , and a gorgeous marble bathroom. The food and restaurant were excellent, and they had a lovely courtyard for outside dining. The location is just around the corner from the old town square, and near to all the tourist attractions . If you are considering a stay in Prague, I would highly recommend this hotel.
A gem in the heart of old Prague
My wife and I stayed at the Savic for three nights on a romantic break, it has just opened this year having been converted from a monastery and the refurb has retained all of the character, every room was different and full of style. We loved it.
The owner has reruited top staff from other hotels and the whole expereince was fantastic.
The hotel has its own restaurant which was superb and is well located close to the old town.
Breakfast was okay, a lot of choice, hot and cold, the cooking at breakfast wasnt as good, bu this could just be my preferences.
Excellent value for money compared to other hotels we looked at.
Felt we had 5star room for 4 star prices.
We spent five days at the Savic Hotel from 22-27 April and as some one who is always disapointed in the hotel I have booked, this was a great surprise. It was a super place to stay, we had room 206 which was one with a painted ceiling, the room was large, with a marble bath room, the only tiny problem being the time it took to run the water till it got hot.
The staff and the owners were friendly, could not do enough to help, and would happily book excursions, taxis etc.
It was central for all of all the sites and just round the corner from Town Square
The whole hotel was spotless and I would certainly recommend it to anyone going to Prague.
We have just returned from a family reunion in Prague and can honestly say that this hotel is fantastic. The other members of our family had already booked 'top hotel's in Prague having taken their advice from all the trendy websites and guides. We however decided to