Ventana Hotel Prague

Address: Celetna 7 , Prague, 110 00, Czech Republic | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located in the Praha 1 area of Prague, is near Estates' Theater (Stavovske divadlo), Karlovy Vary Day Tour, Ungelt Square, and Kinsky Palace.
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          Historical Traveler Reviews Ventana Hotel Prague

          Hotel Ventana - great hotel

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          Just returned from a short stay (3 nights) The hotel was in a good location, nice and warm (-10c during day outside). Just off the Old Town Square. Pretty much central to everything. The staff were superb, nothing was too much trouble, and they laid on a complimentary bottle of champers for breakfast (it was the girlfriends birthday). Brill!

          We booked through Tavelcook(-) and they arranged transfers etc. Again faultless service and would recommend them to anyone. Same with the Ventana.

          BTW - there was also a great Jazz/blues bar just opposite. Really handy distance for when leaving the bar at midnight (-).

          Dont book a limo transfer ! (but great hotel and location)

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          Apparently a Skoda superb is a limo (although the write up says "the hotels fleet of mercedes"). The hotel booked us a regular taxi transfer for the return which was less than half the price and was also a Skoda Superb (in better condition too).

          Prague great. Hotel lovely and great location. We were lucky enough to be upgraded to a sky loft suite... fantastic.

          Excellent

          from

          The Ventana was a lovely hotel, with good service, lovely decor and a really great location.

          After checking in I was brought a bottle of champagne as it was my birthday, a very nice touch.

          Excellent hotel!

          from

          Excellent hotel!

          The location is superb, staff are very polite and efficient, breakfast is great, rooms are lovely and quite spacious. We got a very good deal on Travelocity.

          The only way they could improve it is by having tea/coffee making facilities in the room, but then the hotel bar is reasonably priced.

          Would definately stay here again!

          Agree, can find no fault

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          Stayed for 3 nights got a good deal with Opodo, 270 B&B. Staff very friendly, excellent breakfast and comfortable rooms with lovely large bathtubs. Need a soak in the bath after all the walking. Excellent location right by the Tyn Church off the Old Town Square.

          Just can't fault this hotel

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          The location of this hotel is fantastic, it is just off Old Town Square with all the major attractions within walking distance. The hotel itself is clean, comfortable and modern. All adding up to a thoroughly enjoyable stay in Prague.

          Check out the Jazz and Blues club opposite!

          The best hotel in Prague we have stayed in!

          from

          We stayed for three nights at the beginning of January and got a very good deal through late rooms. The location is fabulous, just off the Old Town Square, with views of the astrological clock and the wonderful towers of the Tyn church. Room was fantastic, all you could ask for, with a very comfortable bed, fridge, sitting area, desk and a beautiful chandelier-something the Czechs are very good at. The room was beautifully decorated in cream and gold with floor to ceiling silk curtains.

          Breafast was taken in the library until 11a.m., very civilised! The staff were all extremely helpful and friendly and the hotel even provides a limo to collect you from the airport. We shall certainly be back.

          Fantastic location, fantastic hotel!

          from

          As a new hotel (opened August 2004) I had my reservations, but on arrival to Prague they were soon forgotten. Our hotel driver was there to greet us as promised and on arrival to the Ventana we were met at the door to be led into a grand marble entrance. Having been upgraded to one of their two suites we had what can only be described as an amazing room. Large living area with table and chairs, two sofas, large flat screened TV, a balcony, endless storage space, well stocked and reasonably priced mini-bar and then a separate room with four poster bed, another sofa, more storage space, lovely soft bathrobes, slippers and another TV! The bathroom was also gorgeous with a heated floor, deep bath and power shower. Fantastic! But that's not the best thing about this hotel, the location is amazing, right in Old Town Square our balcony looked out onto the Tyne Cathedral and the buzzing square with the astronomical clock. The only downside was the restaurant is still being built next door, but the bar and library were great for breakfast with great views and a fantastic atmosphere. Fantastic location, fantastic hotel. Highly recommended.

          TripAdvisor Reviews Ventana Hotel Prague

          5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding
           

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