See why so many travelers make Otar their hotel of choice when visiting Prague. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Prague, Otar is located a short distance from Dancing House (1.7 mi) and Statue of Franz Kafka (1.9 mi).
Otar features a 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and room service. In addition, as a valued Otar guest, you can enjoy a lounge that is available on-site. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to parking.
Prague has plenty of seafood restaurants. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like Marina Ristorante, Kampa Park, and La Finestra, which are serving up some great dishes.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Vysehrad National Cultural Monument (1.0 mi), Vysehrad Park (1.1 mi), or Basilica of St Peter and St Paul (1.0 mi), which are popular attractions amongst tourists, and they are all within walking distance.
At Otar, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Prague.
I stayed in Hotel Otar for three nights on my business trip. My room was very spacious and clean on the top floor. There was almost +30 degrees in Prague and air was quite warm and thick in the evening. Luckily the bedroom had an air source heat pump which cooled it quite fast. The room didn't include an iron or a hairdryer but I didn't ask if they could be borrowed from the reception. The location was very good for me: near Prague Congress Centre, Arkády Pankrác shopping center and two metro stations. The breakfast was more one-sided than I'm used but I got my stomach full. The wi-fi worked very well all the time. On the last morning I left my luggage for storage at the hotel reception. On my way to the airport I went to get it back and first the receptionist didn't remember my bag. When I said that I left it for her in the morning, she asked me wait for a minute. Finally I was told that my bag is on the bus to Slovakia and I was shocked. Fortunately the reception staff handled the situation well, I got my luggage back and arrived to the airport in time. Thanks for them! But due to this accident I can give only 2 points.…
Hotel is very good. Room is tidy and very clean. Breakfast is very poor and during breakfast staff pushing peoples leave early. They don’t let peoples eat slowly and relaxing. That is only bad point other ways very good. very closed to city.
Through a deal I could book a room for 12 Euro. I would have paid 30 Euro even, it was so clean and tidy. The receptionists were friendly and spoke fluent English. There is a tram stop nearby you should take the tram to the center. The hotel is in a calm area, there was not much noise. We did not have breakfast, so my review is based simply on the reception area and the room. 5*
Avoid this hotel if you can, me and my friend went here for a girls holiday and were so disappointed with the hotel. Firstly, the staff are awkward which comes across slightly rude. This hotel has NO AIR CONDITIONING - it was so so hot in the room it was very uncomfortable. The breakfast was revolting, the eggs had been cooked for so long they went grey. The water melon looked like it had been out for months and the cheese was sweating. Gross. Don’t go here!!
My mother stayed at this hotel with her friend. They paid for the whole stay but took a few days out of the hotel to travel around the country (these days were still paid for). When they came back, they didnt find any of their belongings in the room. They had to search for them for several hours, until the cleaning lady appeared who stashed them in a closet. She was told to remove all of the belongings out of the room by the manager. Why would they do that if the room was paid for ?? There was no Wi-Fi in the whole hotel for the duration of their stay. This was a bad experience for my mother and she would definitely recommend to avoid this hotel at all costs.