My family and I stayed in two separate rooms at the hotel this summer. The location of the hotel could not have been any better, as it is located in walking distance to the major attractions in Prague. The rooms were ok, but not as modern as expected from the pictures on the site - this might be because we lived in the "old" building which had not been renovated.
Apart from the location we were all disappointed with the hotel. On their online site they claim free parking and free Wi-fi in the rooms. We paid 1500 Czech koruna for five days of parking at another hotel 20 minutes (walking distance) away from Hotel Neruda.
The internet was free, but in our rooms we had to use a cable in order to go online (and even then we had problems with the connection). This was a problem since we had expected Wi-fi (as promised on their online site) which meant that we could not go online with our phones.
Our major disappointment was the breakfast. The hotel has a total of 42 rooms, whilst the restaurant has a total of 10-15 tables - far from enough if all wants to eat breakfast at the same time. It was annoying having to spend your morning waiting for a table when you really just wanna get going to see the city. Apart from this problem, the bread served was narrow and long - unsuitable for the salami served. Not very filling, and a grown man would need at least 6-7 pieces to feel full. Then they served the same bread in a circular form (perfect fit for salami fx) but to get some of these you had to be quick because they ran out quickly; EVERY DAY!
In general they ran out of a lot of stuff at the breakfast menu. The idea behind the menu is good, as they had a choice of cereal, bread, cake, eggs, sausages, fruits and so, but because they ran out often half of the stuff was unavailable.
- Also Known As:
- Neruda Hotel Prague
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The luxurious Prague Design Hotel Neruda settled in a 14th-century building is located in the Nerudova street in the Lesser Town (Malá Strana) 300 meters from Prague Castle and 500 meters from the Charles bridge which are one of the most popular tourist attractions which you must see when you visit Prague. Once it used to be a part of the King’s Road leading from the Powder Tower up to the Prague Castle. The hotel features a modern Baroque interior designed by Bořek Šípek and a spa area with jacuzzi and sauna.The stylish rooms in the Design Hotel Neruda have warm-colored walls and designed carpeted floors. Some rooms have high-quality parquet flooring, oriental carpets and bathrooms with standalone bathtubs, painted tiles on the floor and glass walls.Other rooms have thoughtful touches, such as extracts of Jan Neruda’s most famous poems written on the walls. Every room is equipped with satellite TV, air conditioning, minibars and safety deposit boxes. All rooms have Free Wi-FiThe Design Neruda restaurant, located in the hotel’s atrium, serves a combination of international and Czech cuisine under glass ceiling. There is a summer terrace and a smoking room.As there is a lot of thing what to do in Prague our 24-hour reception staff is pleased to help you with anything – tell you and show you on the map which places you should visit, ensure a transport for you, book a tour, a recommend you the best Prague restaurants, give advice how to spend your nightlife atc.If you are looking for where to stay in Prague during your holidays Design Hotel Neruda is a perfect place for city breaks as well as for romantic stay. ... more less
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