Finding an ideal family-friendly hotel in Prague does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Hotel Meran, a nice option for travelers like you.
The rooms offer a refrigerator and a minibar, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
Hotel Meran features a 24 hour front desk, baggage storage, and currency exchange. In addition, as a valued Hotel Meran guest, you can enjoy free breakfast that is available on-site. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to street parking.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as World War II in Prague Tour (0.4 mi) and Mala strana (0.8 mi), guests of Hotel Meran can easily experience some of Prague's most well known attractions.
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 Old Town Square (0.5 mi), Charles Bridge (0.8 mi), or Petrin Hill (1.0 mi), which are popular attractions amongst tourists, and they are all within walking distance.
Hotel Meran puts the best of Prague at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
The location is superb and the price was also very good, unfortunately, the staff were so rude it actually became comical. Upon arrival, the woman behind the reception desk wasn't even able to raise her head to acknowledge us as clearly whatever she was watching on tv was far more important than the annoyance of pesky guests trying to check in. Eventually, when we were starting to wonder if we were going to be left standing there for the night, she asked for our passports and left a room key on the counter which we assumed was for the room we were to be staying in but we're still not 100% on that one. When we were leaving the hotel to go into town, we attempted to hand our room key to the same woman but, unsurprisingly, she wanted nothing to do with us! Instead, she pointed (grunted might be more accurate) to a hole in the reception desk where we were to drop our key into. On reflection, the hole was roughly two feet away from her so we were completely at fault for once again disturbing her from her television programmes. Although we stayed in the hotel for three nights, the room was not cleaned once. The bed was never made, the towels never changed, the bins never emptied etc etc. We even had to go down to reception to request a role of toilet paper for the room which then became its own ordeal. I have been to Prague numerous times and will definitely be going again but we certainly won't be staying here again. Location is great and to be fair, there was no issue with the room on arrival but once there, they couldn't care less about you…
Picked this hotel due to locality and price. It certainly is in a good location very close to Wenceslas Square. It is an exceptionally clean, traditional hotel. We found the staff attentive and eager to please. Rooms were cleaned every day and towels were also changed daily. Breakfast was very good with a good selection to cater for most tastes and dietary requirements. The bedroom itself was ample sized with everything required. There was a plentiful supply of toiletries in the bathroom but the shower over the bath was a bit odd. It was only waist height therefore you had to hold it up when washing hair and upper part of body. Apart from this minor gripe the hotel was ideal for our long weekend in Prague. The hotel is a 15 minute walk away from the main train station if you choose to explore further afield. We took the train to Kutna Hora to visit the Bone Chapel (Sedlec Ossuary) which is worth visiting. Should you decide to use the trains, give yourself plenty of time to navigate the station as it is huge.…
We booked this room for our stay in Prague over a weekend, and we were very impressed with how close it was to everything. The room was a decent size, we had a window which was perfect at night for some air and some white noise. The hotel breakfast was really good too, a large selection. If you are looking to be close to everything this is the place to stay.
Meran is a small hotel, compared to some of other hotels nearby.not many rooms.We had booked a triple room,as we had our young grand daughter with us. It was on first floor looking on to the square.No air conditioning ,but provided a fan,badly needed in the very hot summer we had.Room was large, and clean, good breakfast,and at very reasonable price. We were staying 4nts.
Great location in Wenceslas Square near to lots of shops, restaurants and Mustak metro 1 min walk, along with trams nearby too. Triple room on 2nd floor with balcony which was very clean and perfectly adequate for our 3 night stay. A few drawbacks which did not affect our stay - not many plug sockets, shower only to half height, no kettle and room very hot. Great breakfast and helpful staff.
It was my second visit to Prague from 3-6 September my triple 3 nights first of all the room was not clean . There were small crawling insects on the beds that made you clench and so much that I slept last night on the chair .only the breakfast was good not bad but the women how work on it was so aggressive and angry from daily work
The location is undoubtedly the best in Prague. Situated on the Wenceslas Square this area never sleeps. The hotel has all the amenities. Air conditioning was not there but fan was provided. Breakfast and rooms were decent. Very difficult to get hotel at this price in this location.
My wife and I had a great time staying at this hotel in Prague. It is located in Wendel as square. It was located directly across from the Mark and Spencer store. The breakfast was good and provide plenty of nourishment for a day of touristing.
This hotel was recommanded to us by a Czech cousin, who had already been there. We were assigned a spacious room with a nice little balcony. Everything was spotless clean. Towels were checked and changed every day, The room was cleaned every day. People at the Reception were helpful and very kind. They gave us information, printed our boarding cards, and were always ready to help. The room faced the Stanislaw Square, a lively and central neighborhood, near to almost every tourist place worth visiting, or at a short walk distance. Although it is so
If you are looking for just a place to sleep that is clean and centrally located as well as budget friendly while you visit Prague look no further. Hotel Meran is the place to be. It is not a luxurious hotel but it is definetly clean, their breakfast is good enough to start your day, and their coffee is actually better than what I had in some 4 and 5 stars hotels; the view from our room was looking at Wenceslas square which was fantastic. All of that was great but by far the best feature is honestly the location which put us few minutes away from everywhere and all the action. Few remarks, the balcony railing was too low, if you are taller than 180 cm it could be unnerving a bit, also we could use a bigger mirror in the room and more light in the bathroom, other than that the room was perfectly fine. Great value for money and will definitely go to visit again and will recommend to friends and family…