Finding an ideal family-friendly hotel in Brno does not have to be difficult. Welcome to A-Sport Hotel, a nice option for travelers like you.
Guest rooms offer a minibar and a desk, and A-Sport Hotel makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the hotel, including a 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and room service. In addition, guests can enjoy a lounge during their visit. As an added convenience, there is street parking available to guests.
Close to some of Brno's most popular landmarks, such as Spilberk Castle (2.3 mi) and Ossuary at the Church of St James (2.4 mi), A-Sport Hotel is a great destination for tourists.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the barbeque restaurants, including BUTCHER'S Grill & Pasta, Monte Bu Restaurant a Steakhouse, and U vsech certu, all of which are a short distance from A-Sport Hotel.
Looking to explore? Then look no further than Sono Centrum (1.2 mi) and ONDRAS - the 'Military Artistic Ensemble (1.1 mi), which are some popular Brno attractions – all conveniently located within walking distance of the hotel.
A-Sport Hotel puts the best of Brno at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
The Hotel is situated in the Kralove Pole area of the City. It is a 1 hour walk into the Centre but only 15 minutes by tram (number 12). The stop is about 400 metres from the hotel. . I chose to stay there as I was attending a sports event at the Sports Hall which is about 100 metres away. There is also an football stadium about 400 metres away. The hotels offers reasonable value for money. The room was large and clean but lacked a safe and any tea / coffee making facilities. The air in the room was a bit stuffy and the bathroom was also a bit musty. Nevertheless the staff were all reasonably friendly and helpful.
It is very nice and clean hotel. The bedding smells like summer. There is everything you need. Only hot water was not there. That is a bit unfortunate in January. Breakfast was great. Yes, you could see that some of the tables seen better times. It is in the fashion anyway.
All staff are helpful and friendly. It's your standard type of hotel accommodation and at a good price with everything you require. Clean, tidy and warm . Has its own car park. Town centre is only a short tram ride away. Pleased to have stayed.
Good hotel, good food, good price. It is close to everything important into the city and to bus stops (which are very timely. I advise it if you don't plan to spend alot but still want an appreciable service.
The best 3 stars I've ever been. Clean, good food and cheap,what's better? recommended to all of my friends. Not to much on the.center of Brno, Lots of car parking. For the price that we paid Can't find a negative any points
We roughly paid 45 EUR per night per single room and got a clean hotel with good breakfast and a decent restaurant. I never made it downtown, but it apparently is too far to walk. The tram line is a 5 min walk up the road and the ticket costs 2 EUR. The girls at the front desk were very helpful and spoke good English. On the downside the stairs were not light at night which I found very odd. Better bring your mobile phone or a torch. Even more annoying was the missing holder for the shower head. Guess that is too much to ask at this price. There is free wifi throughout the hotel and the reception in my room on the second floor was OK. Bring your skates if you can: There is an outdoor ice rink right across from the hotel.
This is a good place to stay at initially for anyone who is trying to settle down in Brno. It is relatively cheap, the breakfast is quite nice, and it is located close to Technology Park. The hotel's restaurant provides good quality meals. They speak English too.
We arrived almost at night without any re-beeked room, and at the reception a girl gave us a room, based to an internet discount price with breakfast included. The romm was warm and clean, there is a free parking around the hotel. I will reccomend
This place looks a bit tatty from the outside and is in a very urban area which also looks a little scruffy but it's what you'd expect in a big city. Its not right in the centre, my sister and I speak no Czech except about 5 phrases including please and thankyou, so we found it a little difficult at first working out where we were going! We managed to get buses and the tram is great, but you need google maps print outs and use gps. You can use google maps and calculate routes from your phone but with 02 it was really expensive whearas GPS used while comparing to the print outs is free and works fine :). It took us about 5-10 min to reach/find the bus stop, then 15 min by bus to reach the city centre. There is very little to do in the immediate vicinity (I will elaborate below). The decor in the reasturant and reception is clean and modern; a pleasant atmosphere. The bed was large enough, comfy enough, and the room was clean but a bit dated. The bathroom was also clean but you have to run the shower 5 min before hot water comes through! It has a little hairdryer and you get 2 towels each which are a bit thin but do the job. Tv is Czech. The receptionist was polite and spoke a little english. The barman (and perhaps owner?) was I feel a little off with us perhaps because we were English (bad reputation!). We were very polite but Czech people seem more cold than English people, they dont ever smile if you make eye contact :/. However once you speak to them they are usually happy to help and the men are very polite opening doors and stuff! We checked in late in the evening and had already eaten so we asked to order a side order of chips and potato cakes, explaining we were only a little hungry. The restaurant was pretty much empty with it being late, just a couple having coffee in an out of sight corner, yet the barman looked at us in a rude way and went "may I suggest something else?" and opened the menu again, pointing out starters. So we were really forced into having starters, which were very nice but 2 smoked salmon on toast and 2 diet cokes came to the equivalent of £10. The cokes were small and about £2 I think which is expensive in Brno. Breakfast was very nice, 3 cereal choices, yoghurts, cheeses, a varied coffee machine, teas, eggs and sausages, baguettes, pastries, toast, honey, fruit etc etc! Foodies will be satisfied with the choice as for the price I feel it was pretty good. Really empty reasturant again though! Free Wifi was a MUST. Total gosend, watched telly online, got maps etc. Receptionist went out of her way to help us, lovely lady, brought the rating up a bit :). So overall, cheap and cheerful (except the reasturant I think), free wifi, and within access of the centre. Not bad really, although next time I'd choose a more central location just for convenience. Brno doesnt seem to be a touristy town however, Amsterdam and Prague seem better for young people! This was a trip for business though mainly. LOCATION/STUFF TO DO: A few little shops a minute or so down the road was all we found, but then we were only there for a few days. Brno Zoo is an inexpensive day trip with a petting zoo for the kids and a big variety of animals, its a decent sized place and around £3.50 entry. It has a nice cafe too. It seems to be badly publicized though as nobody really knows about it much! Maybe not an animal loving area... It took us 40 min by bus and then tram to get there, which was easy with GPS. There was a polar bear in a cage far too small for it and he had zoochosis (repetative behaviour from boredom and basically losing its mind) which was really sad to see, and another in a shoddy sepperate cage without even a pool, sitting staring out of the bars really bored :(. They are very intelligent so this made me angry... but most people wouldnt recognise this for what it was. It looked like he was just playing... And a cow was kept in a small stable compartment tied up all day long. I'll elaborate in the zoo review. There is a Lidle by bus then tram, near the zoo. That's all we got round to doing!…