Welcome to Charles Bridge Palace, your Prague “home away from home.” Charles Bridge Palace aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
Close to some of Prague's most popular landmarks, such as Mala strana (0.4 mi) and World War II in Prague Tour (0.6 mi), Charles Bridge Palace is a great destination for tourists.
As your “home away from home,” the hotel rooms offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a minibar, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to a 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and baggage storage while staying at Charles Bridge Palace. In addition, Charles Bridge Palace offers free breakfast, which will help make your Prague trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is parking available to guests.
While in Prague be sure to experience local shrimp favorites at Marina Ristorante, Bellevue, or Brasileiro U Radnice.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular history museums such as Museum of Communism, Strahov Monastery, and Jewish Museum in Prague.
Charles Bridge Palace puts the best of Prague at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Had a minor situation with a guest smoking in his room (not allowed in Prague) and the staff promptly provided a solution. The room is confortable, the hotel location and breakfast are excellent. Special thanks to Kristina and Helena and the rest of the staff that made our stay unforgettable.
Location...well...its a few minutes walk to everything...fabulous Room ..lovely, quiet, large and the decor in keeping with the environment (elegant and lovely) ..even had a dressing room !!! Breakfast...excellent...plenty of variety.. hot and replaced often..coffee and tea good..staff attentive and polite Housekeeping....spotlessly clean and they always had a smile. Reception...outstanding helpful...nothing too much trouble- Would i stay again ? what do you think ?
I’ll get right to it. Pros: 100 m to Charles Bridge. Good breakfast. Cons: We were on the top floor and there are windows on the walls, so the rooms felt dark and small. There is no shower in the main bath, only a bath tub and hand faucet. The water pressure is low and fluctuates from hot to cold. The bed is 2 twin beds put together. That’s not a problem. The problem was that they provided 2 twin blankets instead of a queen blanket. I think a lot of comfort issues has a lot to do with the fact that the building was probably built in medieval times and they tried to work around that.
We loved our stay here. We took quadruple room, and it was very spacious and Very close the Charles bridge and all near by sights. The breakfast at the property was amazing! We had an early morning train to Vienna and they were kind enough to pack lunch to go for us. This was truly above and beyond for folks traveling with kids. The room’s safe didn’t work at all and AC was bare minimal probably needs and upgrade.
The hotel facility would have received a higher rating until we received a response from the hotel manager to an email we sent regarding items stolen from our room during our stay. We had two brand new short sleeve polo shirts and prescription pain medication stolen from our room. Our email to the hotel did not request any compensation, but to alert them to what happened to us during our stay. During our stay we had maintenance employee(s) enter our room on two occasions to fix a broken toilet plus the house keepers. After our email, we assumed they would conduct some type of internal investigation and advise us of their findings and to apologize. Instead, we received this from the hotel manager “I would like to inform you that none of our employees stole your shirts or medicine”. “None of us need to steal used shirts (the manager assumed the shirts were used) or any medicine from the room”. Who needs to steal or commit any crime? There was a safe in the room and we stuffed it every time we left the hotel. Why have safes in these rooms if, for a fact, nothing could be stolen from the rooms. Prescription pain medicine is a likely target of someone looking to steal from a hotel room. I have traveled Europe, almost yearly, for over 25 years and have never had anything stolen from my room.…
Lovely hotel, very friendly staff, lovely continental breakfast. We paid a little extra for a room with a river view (room was still very cheap at roughly £78 a night), which we'd definitely recommend. The room was huge and the hotel was lovely and quiet. Excellent location.
We stayed for three nights and will definitely visit again. Great location, very clean, great breakfast, lovely view of the river and Mala Strana from our room. The reception staff were all hard-working, welcoming and friendly, and helped us to make bookings for boat rides and taxi. Highly recommended.
The hotel is not 4 star it doesn't have room service you can't phone reception .sometimes there's no hot water we had the family suite which was supposed to be the best room .no air flow very hot . Loose satellite dishes banging all night . TV chanel 1 british channel . Breakfast good someday then others days potatoes and mini hotdogs . No one to stop people coughing all over the buffet but we'll located and clean bit not 4 star a struggle for 3 star . Please be aware the bottle of water that is next to the kettle is at extra charge there is no mention until you pay
From the airport you can take the 119 bus Veleslavin, then go downstairs to the Metro A (green line) for the train to the Staroměstská stop, from there it's just a short 5 minute walk to the hotel. The whole journey takes about 40 minutes and costs around £1.40 for a 90 minute ticket. When we arrived at the hotel we experienced a wonderful warm welcome from very friendly and extremely helpful staff. The hotel is very clean and has lovely internal décor and features. It's really centrally located, only 2 minutes from the Charles Bridge and just a short walk to the Old Town Square. All the big sightseeing spots are within walking distance including the Clementinum which we'd recommend. If walking is not your thing there are plenty tram or metro stops close by too. Our room (no. 314) was comfortable, spacious and cosy, with a good shower, nice toiletries and a great view out to the river. There are coffee/tea making facilities in the rooms. The buffet breakfast room is lovely and the food was varied and tasty, something for everyone. In our opinion, for a city centre break in Prague, the Charles Bridge Palace has it all.…
Stayed here recently for 3 nights. The hotel was fantastic value for money, the reception staff were very pleasant and helpful and even kindly gifted me a bottle of sparkling wine for my birthday with a lovely hand written note, it was such a lovely unexpected surprise. The selection of food offered at breakfast was absolutely amazing. The selection of hot cooked breakfast food changed slightly each morning which was lovely. There was a great selection of cold meats, cheeses, fruit and pastries also and the coffees were delicious. We had a beautiful river view room, very spacious and wonderful old style decor, very clean with great facilities. I would be interested to see what view the rooms on the upper floors have, as even though we had a river view room, there was a massive tree kindof blocking the view, but that would not stop me from staying here again, it's a beautiful hotel. …