Quiet neighborhood! Lovely place to stay A review of Denisa Hotel
We stayed here because we had a very early airport departure and the hotel is located just 5 minutes to the "airport bus stop" which is next to the Dejvicka ("DIV-itz-KA") metro stop. What a great location. It was an easy 20 minute ride to the airport (#119 buses leave every 6 minutes starting at 6 am). In additon, the metro ride to "the castle side" of the city was about 5 minutes and to the "Old town" side about 7. Metro trains run every 6 minutes or so. You get to stay in a quiet residential area on the edge of the city centre but you can get to things really quickly. Keep in mind that if you stay in much of the center of Old town, there are no metros or buses, and in fact, no vehicles allowed at all, so you might have to walk some distrance to get to transportation. The 24-hour metro pass (now, 80Kc = $3.20) is good on all metro trains, trams, and buses including the bus to and from the airport! Buy it at the airport at the "DP" (transportation) counter, don't forget to validate it (date/time stamp it in one of the yellow boxes on the buses or trams or at the entrance to the metro stations) and you're set!).
The hotel is like a 3-star propoerty you'd see in Westen Europe -- a small lift adjacent to a large staircase that wraps around each floor. The double we had had 2 twin beds that were pushed together to form a king and were easily separable. The bath was mordern and had a shower over tub. Of course, tall ceilings and very well-maintained. The reception spoke perfect English. We did not sample the breakfast as we departed for the airport before 6 a.m.
We stayed here as a simple stopping off point to the Prague Airport for our return flight to the U.S but the Hotel Denisa was much nicer than the place we stayed at in the city centre (earlier on our journey) and was about the same price.
BTW, we booked the Denisa through EasyJet's website which links to Hotelopia and the rate was 40% less through any other source.