My wife and I stayed here for 4 days and had a mixed feeling about the hotel. The main thing to bear in mind is that it is near the top of a long steep, cobbled hill. It is very small from the outside but opens up to be a warren inside. The reception is quite small and then you go up a few steps to the breakfast / café area where you find a lift. The lift is small & starts your quest for your room. We stayed in room 001(deluxe) and counted 44 steps from reception to the room. This involved going up steps as well as going down steps. The room itself was large with a very comfortable kingsize bed that had 2 single quilts. The bathroom is a bath with a shower attachment behind a glass wall with the toilet being behind frosted glass. The room itself was a little tired, (pink lipstick on one of the window blinds?) but this didn't detract from the overall effect - designer chic. This room was directly over the street and was still very quiet.
The staff were very efficient, kind and helpful with regards the reception and breakfast areas, but the room service staff let the hotel down. We had no gowns of slippers on arrival and then each day we failed to have the toiletries or tea bags or milk replenished. The cleaning also left a bit to be desired with regards dusting.
We would have given the hotel a rating of 5 but for the room staff. Yes we would go back again if we revisit Prauge as we enjoyed our time overall.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Design Hotel Neruda Prague - Hotel next to Prague CastleThe luxurious Prague Design Hotel Neruda settled in a 14th-century building is located in the Nerudova street in the Lesser Town (Malá Strana) next to Prague Castle and near by 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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- Also Known As:
- Neruda Hotel Prague