Finding an ideal quaint hotel in Prague does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Hotel U Krize, a nice option for travelers like you.
The rooms offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a minibar, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
Hotel U Krize features a 24 hour front desk, baggage storage, and outdoor furniture. In addition, as a valued Hotel U Krize guest, you can enjoy free breakfast that is available on-site. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to paid private parking available on-site.
Close to some of Prague's most popular landmarks, such as Mala strana (0.2 mi) and Dancing House (0.6 mi), Hotel U Krize is a great destination for tourists.
Prague has plenty of cafes. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like Cafe Imperial, Cafe Louvre, and Cafe Savoy, which are serving up some great dishes.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Prague Castle (0.6 mi), Old Town Square (0.8 mi), or Charles Bridge (0.4 mi), which are popular attractions amongst tourists, and they are all within walking distance.
Hotel U Krize puts the best of Prague at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
What was good - the location. What wasn't good - everything else. The breakfast was advertised as full continental but the selection was poor (the omelette was way too salty as well), and there were no cold drink options as the juice jugs stayed empty throughout breakfast time. The pictures advertised are misleading as the room had mould in it and the general state of the furniture was very worn out. The door springs need maintenance as they were making terrible noises and were difficult to move.
Called in for a evening meal, we where made welcome at this family owned restaurant which serves traditional Czech cuisine, cooked to a high standard but still reasonably priced. They also do some good beers and a good selection of Moravian wines. The owner was so pleased to see English guests back in his restaurant, we where given a free desert after he told us we where the first English guests he had in the restaurant in 6 months. Located at bottom of petrin hill with easy tram access.
Great location to all the sights.. 5 min walk away from Prague Castle and right at bottom of the very very steep hill to the Petrin lookout tower. Charles Bridge within 8min walk. Clean, tidy hotel. Noise from the trans which are right outside, so it’s good for travel links. Very basic but we were only there to sleep & have breakfast, as we were out all day. Good value for the money we paid.
We decided to stay here due to the rave reviews on trip advisor but our experience was a little disappointing. On booking and on arrival we had intimated it was our anniversary but not so much as a "happy anniversary" . The room we got was dark and the bed was set into a recess in the wall which required gymnastics in the morning to get out of bed! We had asked for a room at the back as apparently quieter but omg the noisiest room we've ever stayed in. None of the staff seemed interested in us, we felt ignored by them. Furnishings in room very old and tatty although we got fresh towels daily. Twice had to go to reception as card didn't work - frustrating! Having been told our room was paid (we booked via booking.com) the guy on reception came to me 5 minutes before our taxi arrived this morning to say it wasn't paid! He then gave me a bill in Czech currency so I can only hope it converts to correct amount, although I note it says we were in room 16 - we were actually in room 15. One consolation - the restaurant is excellent, we are there 2 out of the 3 nights. Wouldn't stay here again although location quite central.…
During July of 2019 my wife and I stayed four nights at the Hotel U Krize. I am rating our overall experience there as worthy of 5 Stars, and, I am not saying it is a 5 Star Hotel by the classic definition of that term. This charming little hotel provides decent, clean rooms that are quaint and comfortable, but not luxurious by any means. That’s no knock on the hotel, just my intent to make this review as accurate as possible. With that said, I have to say that we greatly enjoyed our stay here, because our measure of the quality of a hotel is based on more than just the room, as we actually spend very little time in it. We also liked the fact that it was located within walking distance of the city center. We found the staff at this hotel to be very welcoming and caring, including Dagmar who efficiently checked us in and patiently answered all of our questions with a smile, Valerie at the front desk who was amazingly kind and helpful during our entire stay, and Roman, one of the hotel’s drivers, who was really friendly and professional in his work. We also really enjoyed eating at one of the hotel’s two restaurants (not the gourmet one, which we didn’t try so I cannot comment on but I have no doubt it would be delicious). The food was truly excellent, the prices were reasonable, and the service was top notch as well. One of the wait staff in particular, John, made us feel very welcome and was a lot of fun to talk with. We thought so much of the food that we wound up eating at the hotel three of the four nights of our stay. Based upon our very positive experience Hotel U Krize I can say without reservation that we would not hesitate to stay there again should we return to Prague. Speaking of the city, we really liked our entire experience in visiting there, and I highly recommend it as a travel destination.…