The hotel is quite large and offers good value for money. Kosher restaurant was good (we had breakfast included). It's about a 15 minute walk from the Old Town Square. Room was spacious for 2 people and had everything we needed. They hold Shabbat services in the synagogue on site. All in all, we had a decent stay.
We had a very comfortable stay at the Hotel King David, location is great, the staff was very friendly and the breakfast was really good! We are not of the jewish faith but it was no problem at all, we got very well taken care of. The hotel was great at informing about the shabbat and how it affected the breakfast on the Saturday morning, so no problem there either. The only downside was that the spa-times for men did not really work for us, we looked forward to a friday evening in the spa but then it was closed. Also some hours are female only and male only. But we had great cleaning of the rooms. The beds and bed sofas were very comfortable and even if it wasnt all newly remodeled everything was fresh and clean especially the bathrooms.
We were in Prague on vacation and the first time booked a kosher hotel. We were very surprised - it was the best of our hotel expirience. The food was more than great, the cleanliness perfect, the staff very professional and friendly. Also the location of the hotel very good. Indeed it is not the cheapest hotel, but you get for your money everything that you need and want. Strongly recommend: for people who want kosher it is a must, but also for all others, it will be a good experience.
Overall a good choice in Prague. The room was comfortable although on the small side. The breakfasts were very good although they did take a while to replenish items on the buffet. The pool has hours for men and hours for women so I suggest finding out when you can swim.
Decent rooms but could do with updating or cleaning, the rooms are decent size but a worn out in parts. Food is average, no real menu mainly Israeli / Arab food. We prob wouldn’t go back but I think the hotel is mainly for Jews.