An Excellent place to stay A review of Mamaison Suite Hotel Pachtuv Palace Prague
We have just returned from two nights at the Pachtuv Palace having been 'bumped' from the Iron Gate for an unspecified 'technical problem' and don't think that we lost out on the swap. The Pachtuv appears to have recently been converted/refurbished and has been done to a very high standard, high quality materials and fittings have been used throughout. The staff were at all times friendly, smiling and politely efficient. The hotel is set around a central courtyard garden and has the slightly odd arrangement whereby you go out of the strair well/lift area onto a veranda and walk along to another door where you enter the lobby outside your room. Our suite had a view of the castle and the Charles bridge and although a tram route runs along the side of the river such is the quality of the soundproofing that no traffic noise could be heard at all. A mini kitchenette was hidden inside a huge cupboard to enable you to cater for yourself if required (no restaurant on site only a buffet breakfast) but although there is a filter coffee machine no filters were supplied or other tea/coffee supplies although there is a minibar, well more of a fridge really,(since the Pachtuv is advertised as an appartment hotel I assume they work along the lines of a furnished appartment doesn't come with 'consumables'). About 10 minutes walk takes you to the Old Town Square, Charles Bridge is less than 3 mins and the National Theatre about 5.
All in all we were very impressed and would certainly consider returining to the Pachtuv.