Hotel Ambassador-Zlata Husa

Address: Vaclavske Namesti 5-7, Prague, 110 00, Czech Republic | 4 star hotel
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.

How has this hotel rated in the past?

  What's this?
Discover trends in hotel experiences based on real traveler reviews and ratings. Mouse over circles to see what some travelers had to say.


This 4 star hotel, located in the Praha 1 area of Prague, is near Museum of Communism, Mucha Museum, Mustek Metro Station, and New Town (Nove Mesto).
Map this hotel


Photos of Hotel Ambassador-Zlata Husa

    View all photos

      TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Ambassador-Zlata Husa Prague

      Reviewed by 76onabike

      Nice Hotel

      Reviewed Jun 18, 2012
      by (6 reviews) Gold Coast , Australia Flag of Australia

      Very nice Hotel in perfect location. Large well appointed rooms. Walking distance to the Old Town Hall and Astrological Clock.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

      Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Ambassador-Zlata Husa Prague

      OK - ish


      Just back from 3 nights staying at the Ambassador Zlata-Husa in Prague. This was a last minute trip and the Ambassador was booked on the strangth of the rave reviews given on Trip Advisor. Whilst I have stayed at much worse hotels, and there was nothing really major to fault the hotel, in my opinion it did not really live up to the reviews. Our room was large and bright if somewhat dated in decor, the bathroom had a tub only and no separate shower. We had already asked for a double room rather than the twin room offered so didn't want to go back to the desk again and try for another room. That being said the reception staff were friendly and helpful. Th breakfast included was fine, good choice of food and really pleasant dining room staff. Th location of the hotel was ideal, literally yards from a metro stop in Wenceslas Sq. It is easy to walk around and access all the major sights uing this hotel as abase. Wenceslas Sq itself is like the Prague eqivalent of Piccadilly Circus/Times Sq - in the centre of the buzz, touristy and a bit tacky and therefore attracts various hustlers etc. Not a problem really, just deal with them firmly and they back off, never felt uneasy or intimidated at all. This is not a reason to avoid the Ambassador or its location. Overall it was an ok hotel, somewhat jaded decor-wise, could do with a spruce up - feels like the once posh but slightly fading eastern bloc hotel it is.

      Absolutely fantastic. Exclamation point.


      Hello there,

      I stayed at the Ambassador hotel in June for 5 nights and have no complaints whatsoever about the hotel, bedroom, bathroom, facilities, breakfast, staff, etc. Absolutely everything and everyone were fabulous!

      The hotel is centrally located in Wencesla Sq within walking distance to all tourist attractions. Our room was on the top floor overlooking the square and the views were amazing. (Prague is so beautiful!)

      The bedrooms are rather large and well-decorated. The decoration is classic but so classy. The bathrooms are in an excellent condition and they all have a jacuzzi.

      The staff were SO helpful and friendly. Do not hesitate to speak to them for anything you may need: opera tickets, maps, etc. But don't forget to tip them afterwards!

      The breakfast was of extremely good quality and there was a lot to choose from. There is even a cook who can make you pancakes and omelettes as you watch!

      I would definitely recommend this hotel to everybody due to its excellent location, superb bedrooms/bathrooms, and first-class service.

      Juan Olivares

      Great Location


      Recommended by friends, Hotel Ambassador exceeded expectations during our visit in March 2005. Right on Wenceslas Square and ideal for most city centre attractions, the hotel operates to very high standards. Staff always available and very helpful, rooms spacious, well equipped with all the little exras and a real delight, breakfast was outstanding with every possible taste catered for. Crepes and omelettes prepared as you watch. Excellent location, with its own casino next door. Only 2 very small points - it would be nice to have tea/coffee facilities in the room, and sometimes the very efficient and helpful breakfast staff are a bit over zealous when clearing used crockery from your table. If it hasn't been touched for 30 seconds, be careful, it might be whipped away. We would return to Hotel Ambassador again and again.

      5 Star Bathroom, 4 Star hotel


      The Ambassador Hotel is in an excellent location right on Wenceslas Square with all the big name shops, restaurants, bars, clubs, etc. in the immediate vicinity. A pleasant five minute walk takes you through quaint cobbled streets into Old Town Square, and about 10 mins walk to Karlov Bridge. Our visit (mid December 04) coincided with the fabulous Prague Christmas markets, some of them only a few steps away. We all felt safe even though we had read about watching out for pick pockets etc

      It's five star status is perhaps ambitious by international standards, but certainly I would rate it a very good four star. The reception area is welcoming, fitted out in marble, trimmed with brass, enormous chandeliers and ornate plasterwork. Two small lifts serve the six upper floors.

      Rooms were pleasantly furnished, and spotlessly clean. They appeared to have under floor heating, as well as radiators. Even though it was minus 5 outside, they were a little on the warm side especially with the duck down duvets. Rooms also had a free, easy to use room safe, illuminated wardrobe, TV and mini bar. Beds were a bit lumpy, frames creaked and although adequate, could do with being renewed. The bathroom was the 5 star bit, grey/white marble and chrome, complete with jacuzzi bath, quality toiletries and luxurious towels and bathrobes.

      The breakfast buffet was good, but not comprehensive enough for a 5 star. Cereals were limited to the Czech brands, (no kelloggs here!). However there was a plentiful selection of cold meats, cheese, bread rolls, yoghurt, bacon, sausage, scrambled egg etc. You could have omelette or crepes made fresh at the buffet.

      Staff at reception were very helpful in organising tours and exchanging money. We were in a mixed group and everyone found the hotel to be excellent. We all felt we had chosen well, and can't wait to return!

      Great Location and helpful staff


      We were there for 3 nites and the room were really good. Extremely spacious and clean. Staff are quite helpful and it's definitely central located. Near the tram, subway and pretty much closed to all major transportation and attractions. Walking distance to the Opera house, the HL.N main railway station. People there are quite friendly. Just be careful of your wallet. We paid about EU165 (all inclusive) per nite. Oh yeah, the breakfast is good too.

      Worth it!


      November 2003 We had a great room overlooking St. Wencelas Square and loved it! Big room, great big modern bathroom, very good *hot* buffet breakfast! Not just cold croissants and fruit cocktail. We spent a long weekend in Prague and can't wait to go back. Since we took the sleeping train from western Germany, we arrived about 9am. We asked very politely if it might be possible to check into our room. The woman at the desk said she would see if she could accomodate us and gave me some tour brochures to look at while we waited. This is classic, as the hotel personnel get a kickback if they hook you up on the tour. This has happened to me nearly everywhere I've been in the world. So we looked at the brochures and went back and very politely asked for a Prague highlights tour if it wasn't too late or too much trouble. Of course it wasn't, and our room was miraculously available as well!! This place is located within 15 min walking distance of the train station with no major terrain negotiation to contend with. We walked everywhere and easily found our way back to the hotel. We would easily go back to this hotel. PS, take the tour, it was worth it!

      Very nice hotel at a bargain price


      This hotel was excellent and much much better than expected for the price. It is right in the centre of Prague where all the action and the shops are. The hotel itself is quite grand, large and airy with six floors (minor gripe - only 1 small lift). The staff are very friendly and helpful - most speak English, and check-in was quick with a complimentary glass of bubbly. I had a single room with a Jacuzzi bath which was totally unexpected. The room was quite compact with a TV showing satellite, a mini bar, a safe (at no extra cost to use) and plenty of hanging space. The room was very clean, well maintained and the bathroom was well equipped with toiletries and also very clean. The one negative issue was my mattress had a plastic over-sheet (which I soon got rid of).

      Breakfast was a mix of European cold meats and the hot bacon and eggs option at no extra cost eaten in a large dining room.

      Again the key selling point here is the location, within easy walking distance to all the major sights, clubs, restaurants and bridges. Don't be afraid to take advice from hotel staff on where to go and so on - they helped me a lot. They also offer lots of other services for the single traveller if required!

      I paid 40 ($60 US) for my room per night which I think is an absolute bargain. I'd certainly stay here again.

      Great location


      We just returned from this hotel. Great location right in the middle of all famous sites, easily walkable. Rooms are sizeable with great views and still have charcter despite recent modernisations. Keep in mind that the hotel is right in the heart of all the action but, once inside your suite you can escape into complete privacy. Also regardless of which hotel you stay at the service level of the staff is not what we western Europeans, or North Americans are used to. The Czech hospitality is a more reserved one. I would ceratinly recoomend this hotel.

      They call that air conditioning?


      My husband and I stayed here for three nights in August 2004 on the recommendation of our travel agent. While the hotel is lovely, we had a serious problem with what they call air conditioning. While the hotel claimed they had it, it was no controlled by each room and was supposedly a central air system. It was not sufficient for Prague in August (and for the price we were paying a night, I should have been comfortable!). If air conditioning is not an issue with you (or if you are going in the winter), the only other consideration is that while the location is central, it is in the seedier part of Prague were many late night activities trail into early morning. As long as you're careful, the location is not unsafe- just colorful.

      Lovely hotel and superbly located


      My partner and I stayed at the Ambassador Zlata Husa hotel on May 5th 2004 for 3 nights and had a wonderful time. The hotel is deserving of it's 4* status. The staff are friendly and the buffet breakfast a great deal more substantial than at most European hotels I have stayed in. The rooms are bright, airy and spacious. It's location at the bottom end of Wenceslas Square makes it incredibly well situated - just a 5 minute stroll to the Old Town Square (genuine 5 minutes and not "hotel talk") , about a 10-12 minute walk to the River, 15 minutes to the Charles Bridge and with numerous shops and restaurants right on the doorstep. Would recommend it to anyone and will definitely come back to the Ambassador Zlata Husa when we return to Prague, without even looking at another hotel.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Ambassador-Zlata Husa Prague

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

      Travel Blogs from Prague

      Beautiful Disaster

      A travel blog entry by lacymeghan on Aug 17, 2014

      1 comment, 25 photos

      ... made up the twelve bed dorms.

      The first night we hung out in our pub and met lots of people from England and France. This would become our "usual" each night. Our first full day was mostly spent shuffling rooms because of the booking incident, going to explore our neighborhood, get groceries, and get our bearings on Prague. That night we spent some more time in the pub getting to know the Croatian bartender, a Notweigan, and some more ...

      Travels with my daughter, phase one

      A travel blog entry by jakobetz on Jun 23, 2014

      16 photos

      ... up his display.

      We started Wednesday morning with a visit to the Jewish Quarter. It's the most expensive tourist tour in Prague but includes several synagogues, museums and the extremely interesting, depressing and picturesque cemetery. Tim and I had missed seeing the Spanish Synagogue in January, which Larissa and I found very beautiful. After that, we made an ill-fated attempt to find the John Lennon wall. Tim and I had tried to find it in January, also with ...

      Ham and Cheese Popcorn Stains

      A travel blog entry by jhenley87 on May 26, 2014

      2 comments, 15 photos

      Yesterday was bright and sunny, so we scrapped plans of touring Prague Castle. We figured we could do that in a couple of days when the rain is supposed to roll in; in the meantime we went back into the Old Town to see if everything still looked as amazing as it had the night we arrived. Short answer: yup. There were obviously bigger crowds but it definitely wasn't as bad as the guidebook let on. Think Disney on a weekday in offseason (whenever that is). One interesting ...

      Czech this out!

      A travel blog entry by pamelankatie on Aug 02, 2013

      1 comment, 11 photos

      ... Czech beer? :) we then set off to our last stop, the controversial 'dancing house', which is architecturally innovative, but despised by the locals. For a pre-dinner snack, we bought an authentic potato pancake with fresh sauerkraut from one of the local market vendors. It was divine! We stumbled upon the "sex machines museum" (did not venture inside however, only to the lobby) where we each sat in the "love tester chair" (vibrating butt-seat massager ...

      Prague (May 23 to May 26)

      A travel blog entry by loogmord on May 27, 2013

      2 comments, 5 photos

      ... We also learned about the misidentification of the statue of Mendelson on the outside of the opera building, by the henchmen of the Nazi commandant dubbed the "Butcher", who ordered the removal of his statue after learning that he was Jewish. The henchmen did not know which of the statues was Mendelson, so, because they wanted to be accurate, they measured the length of all the noses, and removed the statue with the longest nose - of course, they ...