See why so many travelers make Botel Albatros their hotel of choice when visiting Prague. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a quiet setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Prague, Botel Albatros is located a short distance from World War II in Prague Tour (0.4 mi) and Prague Castle (1.3 mi).
Guest rooms offer a flat screen TV, and Botel Albatros Hotel makes getting online easy as free internet access is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the hotel, including a 24 hour front desk, currency exchange, and baggage storage. In addition, guests can enjoy free breakfast during their visit. As an added convenience, there is paid private parking available on-site.
Prague has plenty of Asian restaurants. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like SaSaZu Restaurant, Guilin Chinese Restaurant, and K The Two Brothers, which are serving up some great dishes.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Old Town Square (0.6 mi), Charles Bridge (0.9 mi), or Statue of Franz Kafka (1.0 mi), which are popular attractions amongst tourists, and they are all within walking distance.
At Botel Albatros, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Prague.
Great experience... Very happy with thks boat... Great staff, excellent food, especily svickova, waitresses Jitka and Katerina were very nice and friendly. Receptionists very helpful.. Boat has great location to city centre.thumbs up!!
Stopped for four nights with my wife and loved it. The continental breakfast is a great start to the day with a variety of options. The beer garden/terrace offers nice views with a stunning beer before you head out to explore. The river view room is small as expected but a comfy bed was all we needed. The shower/toilet room is small and there’s no getting away from that but the shower is hot and we expected it to be this way. The staff were friendly and the check out is a generous 12 noon. There is also a baggage room to keep your things if your flight is late in the day that’s free of charge. It’s our second time on the botel and I’m sure it won’t be our last.
Really a nice place to stay. for the start the only reason I'll not give 5 stars are the quality of the breakfast it's really nothing to get exited for.. The rooms are small but very good with a beautiful view at the river. Really nice to wake up in the morning and smell the fresh air :) The dinner are nice not 5 star but traditional and well tempted. The bar at the top of the boat are awesome Really nice beer and splendid drinks I'll not have any thoughts about booking here another time Best regards from Hasse (Denmark)
I stayed in botel Albatros one night last week, and I was positive surprised, the rooms are simple but comfortable, location is great, and if you are there, you souldn´t miss the chance to drink a pivo at the terrace of the boat. Breakfast again simple, but very well done scramble eggs and cold cuts quite ok. I definitely will come back if it is not overpriced on my next visit. ( ask for a room on the top flor)
Booked this hotel as a birthday present for my girlfriend and it won me a lot of brownie points. The location is excellent, everything is within walking distance. You wake up each morning with a lovely view of the river. The rooms are snug but quirky. You could easily go to the toilet and have a shower at the same time! The breakfast was basic but sufficient, we did eat in the restaurant and the food was very tasty and very reasonable. The staff were very friendly and helpful. You can easily walk along the river to the Charles Bridge. One of Pragues main tourist attractions and then up the hill to the castle. We did a boat tour and a walking tour of the city. Prague is beautiful and I would recommend the walking tour to anyone. It's free but at the end you have the option of making a donation. In the city centre there are many museums and attractions I would recommend the Museum of Illusion for a bit of fun. You can spend anywhere from £1.50 to £5.00 for a pint but the lager is great. Food is the same lots of different prices.…
We arrived in Prague for a 4 night stay. Botel Albatros is in good location, easy check in process. Quirky rooms! Please don't expect 5 stars but we couldn't fault it really! Shower room has a curtain but doesn't leave you much room to shower, towels provided. You can borrow a hairdryer from reception. Breakfast times can be a busy time so go earlier or later as there are not many spare seats. Food is Continental style breakfast, selection of hams, cheese, hotdogs, cereals, yogurt and toast and preserve. Rooms are serviced daily. No tea/coffee making facilities in the rooms. Lots of maintenance work going on during the day so can be quite noisy in the room, but if your out and about this shouldn't effect your stay. Overall happy customers.
Got a great rate staying here for 3 nights , just me and the husband. Lovely theme throughout. Clean and well decorated. The rooms are quite small which we expected but plenty good enough to get your head down at night. Our only issues with the room was the temperature, the room was very warm at night. We turned off the radiator and slept with the window open which made it more comfortable. The room was clean and towels replaced everyday. Bathroom again small , the shower is very small and I kept knocking the dial in it washing my hair resulting it the water suddenly turning very hot. My recommendation to anyone with children is to watch this to avoid burning. The shower curtain stuck to you during showering. The shower was clean and we found it easier to shower without the curtain round. Messy but more practical. There’s no tea/coffee making facilities in the rooms but they have water to purchase in the reception area. The beds are firm which we like and we both slept well all nights once we cooled the room down. It’s located perfectly and the water and views are very pretty. The staff are great and cannot do enough for you. Bar and restaurant staff very helpful, great service. The security guard was also very polite and welcomed people arriving. Food in restaurant really nice and drinks and food reasonably priced. Overall a great stay , we would return for another stay.…
Conveniently located within 10-15 minutes walk of the old town in a quiet location; waking up to the river view and the birds on the water was lovely. The room was of course a cabin, therefore with limited space and the ensuite was small, but had everything we needed. It would have been nice to have tea/coffee making facilities, but that is a small thing. Breakfast was served on the upper deck and there was a good variety provided at the self service buffet, which was constantly topped up. The staff were helpful and it was good value for money. I would recommend and consider this accommodation on a future visit.
Conveniently situated within 10 minutes walk to the old town. Some of Reception staff could do with a little customer service training but the bar staff make up for any shortfall. Don’t expect. 5* breakfast as you will be disappointed. You need to be in the breakfast room early if you like scrambled eggs otherwise you get hard boiled - and second helpings come straight from the fridge!! Rooms are basic but perfectly functional. We didn’t sample the restaurant which is to our detriment as others staying at hotel raved about it. All in all a very pleasant experience.
We booked this Botel via a travel company. Although is a boat you don’t feel like you are. Loved the decor and the cabins/rooms were adequate and comfortable. Staff very helpful and restaurant staff friendly. Breakfast was tasty with a good variety. In the evening we would return and have a drink in the cosy bar. It is about a 15 minute walk to the city centre along the river. Would definitely stay here again.