Finding an ideal family-friendly hotel in Prague does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Hotel Energie, a nice option for travelers like you.
Nearby landmarks such as The Magical Cavern (1.3 mi) and Czech Photo Centre (1.5 mi) make Hotel Energie a great place to stay when visiting Prague.
Hotel Energie is a family-friendly hotel offering a refrigerator, a desk, and a seating area in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The hotel features a 24 hour front desk and baggage storage. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
Prague has plenty of steakhouses. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like Jamie's Grill & Bar and Sushi Noodles by Kobe Restaurants Metropole Zlicin Praha, which are serving up some great dishes.
During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like Letohradek Hvezda (Star Villa) (1.1 mi), Trabant muzeum Praha Motol (0.8 mi), and Caroline's Garden (1.1 mi), which are all within walking distance of the hotel.
Hotel Energie looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Prague.
+ good price with clean room and bathroom + location with lots of trees around + free parking and wi-fi(could be faster) + 35 minutes by tram to the city centre - very poor breakfast(rotten fruit, not enough choice, to make a tea without a coffee drop in it was impossible, unhappy staff) - no A/C in the room so it was like a sauna of 35°C - 1 window impossible to open, the door was squeaking, shower head leaking - but on the offence of staff, after I complained, all these things were sort out, well done, apart from the window, so they moved me to another room
My mum and I stayed here for a couple of nights in June and we both really enjoyed it. Compared to some other hotels I have stayed in, with value for money this is one of the good ones. We chose to have the breakfast buffet included in our stay. For most people it may seem basic, however, if you love the continental breakfast there’s enough choice available. The rooms were clean and tidy and also came with a fan, TV, hair dryer and coffee maker. The location was on the outskirts of Prague, so definitely not walking distance to the city centre, however there’s so much choice with trams and buses it only takes around 20 minutes to get to the top sights. For some it may seem too far but I quite liked it being a bit further away from all the hustle and bustle. The tram stop is literally only a 5 minute walk from the hotel. If you like something a little quieter then I would recommend this place! …
The hotel’s receptionist is an angry lady, I don’t know what’s wrong with her. She behaves like a security dog at the door keeping the guests away from her desk. When i ask her a question, she looks at the wall and replies... i wonder who has hired her for this position. Another terrible thing about this hotel is that the windows can’t be open and temperature inside the room is over 38 with no AC !!!!!
Renovated contemporary room setting which I personally found very nice. So clean that I think I was the first guest. Fresh bathroom fragrance. Breakfast basic but sufficient. Not far away from the airport however bit of walk to the nearest grocery, pub even tram stop. Will come again esp. for a short trip.
We were on a tour, therefore this hotel was not our choice. Tour picked the hotel last minute. Room was average to poor, breakfast was fair to good, access to hotel on a ramp which may be hard to reach for disabled, good parking lot for travelers with cars, silent, no restaurant for lunch or dining, receptionists deserve the question "are they welcoming or not?" Maybe its different to solo travelers. Maintenance of the rooms are poor, poor housekeeping. Close to tram station is a plus.
How can I explain ? If you were ever in a formula 1 hotel when’s say it’s the same except there is actually a human behind the reception desk. Very basic, very low cost, very clean. A functional clean pit stop for 1 night, although staying here led us to a nice local restaurant
We chose this hotel-because it was inexpensive,has free parking,has free breakfast.Rooms are just fine-nothing special but clean and renovated.The staff was very nice and helpful.It is outside the city but it is well connected-a tram number 9 goes to city center and it takes about 20 minutes.Parking in prague is very expensive,and we were staying just for one night-this hotel has a large parking lot with cameras and it is completely safe to leave your car here.the only thing i did not like about the hotel is that corridors and lobby seem old and outdated
The rooms are clean there is a minibar and safebox which is good but the only thing is its to much noise inthe floor and also they have twin bed which is not good . The hohel is near by the rail way , Staff is helpfull and lets us one hour late check out ,
We came with my girlfriend for three nights, the room was nice and clean, the hotel looks good, after the evening we realized that the hotel doesn’t have restaurant, if you want something to eat you can go to the near gas station and take, the receptionist doesn’t want to help us to find something! The breakfast was inside the prize but it wasn’t something special, when we left the first day for the room they clean our room but they didn’t change the dirty glasses!!! The hotel for the prize that you pay is good but just this nothing important.. P.s. near to hotel is the tram station, taking the tram number 9 you can go to the centrex of Prague in 25 minutes!!
PRO's: Price Walking distance to tram (a bit less than querter mile) good wifi reasonable breakfast :CON's No aircon (did have a small air ventilator though) Far from city center and tourist attractions Planes fly over on their final approach