Horrible attitude! A review of Hotel Leonardo Prague
In Prague we recommend three hotels: Aria (didn't stay, but had dinner at Coda, and saw the whole hotel: wonderful! Trendt! Lavish!). Red Lion (close to the castle). Elite (full, but wished to stay here with my wife: very romantic). We found a room (small, standard one) in the quite disappointing Four Season (not valued for money, indeed)... after contacting the reception of a small, smart looking hotel called Leonardo: the staff was not experienced (sad looking, poor english, no spanish...), and could hardly take care of us while a group of noisy Italian was fighting with a management officer about being overcharged with minibar and oversea telephone. It seemed to us that this looking like empty hotel was a tourist trap, and we run out of it. The concierge at the Four Seasons (where we luckilly found a room) told us to avoid those hotels all around the main Old Square which, like the restaurants all around, tend to overcharge tourists systematically. We knew this from Caracas; ignoring that shameful practice was also common in Eastern Europe.
Pedro (from Caracas)