Finding an ideal family-friendly hotel in Prague does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Hotel Harmony, a nice option for travelers like you.
Nearby landmarks such as World War II in Prague Tour (0.4 mi) and Mala strana (1.3 mi) make Harmony Hotel Prague a great place to stay when visiting Prague.
The rooms offer a minibar, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
Harmony Hotel features a 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and baggage storage. In addition, as a valued Harmony Hotel guest, you can enjoy free breakfast that is available on-site. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to paid private parking available nearby.
Prague has plenty of steakhouses. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like Brasileiro U Radnice, George Prime Steak, and Kantyna, which are serving up some great dishes.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Old Town Square (0.7 mi), Charles Bridge (1.1 mi), or Statue of Franz Kafka (1.0 mi), which are popular attractions amongst tourists, and they are all within walking distance.
Hotel Harmony looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Prague.
We took a one night trip to Prague from Dresden and chose this hotel. The rooms were a decent size and bed was comfortable. It took about 10 minutes to walk to the old town square where there are many sight to see including the clock. Breakfast was limited so we ate at a little bakery next door. There was quite a bit of noise as there were some school groups staying there, plus there was some construction noise on rail tracks that ran right below our room. The front desk person was a young guy, Martin I believe, and he was very helpful.
Don’t know what all the negative feedback on this hotel is about. It does what it says on the tin, it’s a 3star Rooms comfortable ( bit hot, heating needs sorting) Bathroom/ shower clean and tidy nice and clean It’s in a city centre so expect noise at night, it’s right on the tram route, the stop right outside hotel but noise nothing exceptional. Breakfast was fine, again a little too warm in the room and be early, or a table may be hard to come by. Great friendly service
The location is just perfect. Good enough Breakfast for the price. No air conditioned and you have to keep open windows. Loudy trams always in your room. It is clean place. The place is very good for sight seeing.
After reading reviews of this hotel was not looking forward to staying here, as it was a part of a prebooked tour with Ramblers Holidays we didn't have a choice. The good news was that we enjoyed our stay here. The hotel is in a good location being a 5 to 10 minute walk from Republic Square where there is a Metro station, the Florenc Metro station is also about a 5 minute walk from the hotel. The people on reception were friendly and helpful and our room was a reasonable size. There are trams nearby so if a light sleeper you may require earplugs. There was no problems with noise in the hotel even though it was busy. The breakfast is good but the breakfast room can get a bit crowded at times.
I stayed here for a time as the guest of a company in Prague that couldn't afford the best accommodations for me. It was OK for my purposes, but prospective guests should be warned about it. The typical guests are young Europeans who come in large groups to party in Prague - all night if they can. They are noisy and very ill-mannered. One night there were many young Italians on the same floor as I was who were loitering all night outside of their rooms. They were drinking in the halls, smoking marijuana, knocking on doors, etc. The night clerk was completely indifferent, unwilling to take any action whatsoever to check their behavior. It was from this clerk that I learned that such groups were not at all exceptional for this hotel. The young people who stay there are not the only problem with noise. The streets around the hotel are noisy day and night, and it's near a railroad track and tram line that also create a lot of noise. The building is old and run down. What one notices especially is the seriously frayed carpeting throughout the stairways. It's a shame, because if everything were fixed up, the hotel could have a romantic, old-world appearance that's so much prized by visitors to Prague. It's a shame that noise and unruly guests are such a problem, because the hotel does have a few advantages. It is inexpensive, and the location is very good. An earlier reviewer is incorrect in reporting that it is less than a 10-minute walk from the Old Town Square. That's absurd. The person must have been confusing the Old Town Square with Namesti Republiky. It is indeed less than a 10-minute walk from Namesti Republiky, which is overlooked by the Powder Tower, Obecni Dum, and many other beautiful buildings. All the other famous sites in the Old City are within walking distance. It's also close to some wonderful cafes and restaurants and excellent shopping, including the Palladium shopping complex. The hotel does have a very good breakfast buffet - there can be no complaint about that. Since I often saw huge groups of young tourists leaving in the morning, but never present at the breakfast, they must have had travel deals that thankfully did not include breakfast for them. Some of the staff members are very nice and helpful, others not at all. It really should be considered for most tourists only if better options are unavailable, essentially as a last resort for budget travelers.…