I got a really good rate at the hotel (around £50 per night B&B) so didn't have the highest expectations. The check-in was very friendly, all reception staff I spoke to were fluent in English, and a city map provided.
The room was quite small, with a horrendously bright red wall next to the bad. There was also a bulk soap dispenser, and bulk shampoo/conditioner/shower gel in the shower which was a bit naff, so I'd recommend taking your own toiletries. The bathroom didn't have a bath, but had a very large shower. The mini bar was well stocked, and the TV had a good selection of channels (about 7 or 8 English, though they were all news) and a really good selection of films that are about 199 Koruna to rent. The room was very clean - couldn't find a single fault, and the housekeepers also did a good job of tidying up every day around our mess. However, there was no iron, but they do offer a pressing service that isn't too expensive.
We ate in the restaurant (or bar) on the first night, which was pretty poor. The staff were all very friendly and knowledgeable, but there was no atmosphere - such a large restaurant without any customers. It also felt quite cold, and there was no attempt at ambience - the music was tinny and didn't really help. The food was also dreadful - I had pork schnitzel, which was two huge pieces of breaded pork, that was dry, with some mashed potato and gherkins.
Breakfast in the morning was OK - plenty of staff, and a good service. Massive buffet selection, lots of pastries and breads, as well as bacon and sausages (which weren't the best), and lots of other savoury items. The coffee they serve is bulk brew in vaccum pots which is quite disgusting. Also, theres no fresh juice - all concentrate. But there's lots of choice, and plenty of contintental!
The hotel is outside a tram stop, otherwise you're looking at around a 30 minute walk to the old town. Reception sell day tickets for 110 Koruna - a taxi will be around 150-200 k from town.
I would like to thank the reception staff for being really helpful throughout our stay, in booking tables at restaurant and even ordering a take away for us one night!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Originally built in 1907, Park Inn Hotel is located in Prague’s just a short distance from the Vltava River and Vysehrad Castle. Free Wi-Fi and a rooftop gym are available.Park Inn Hotel is part of the international Carlson Rezidor chain and guarantees high quality and standard. ... more less
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