We had problems arriving to the hotel at first, as the route of the buses going to the hotel had been changed the day before (they were repairing roads, I guess, as the situation lasted only 6 days and it was planned) and when I told the girl at reception that we had had some problems arriving, she gave me a sheet with the schedules of the buses coming and going to the underground lines.
The hotel itself is quite away from the centre but it doesn't take you more than half an hour to arrive to the centre (unless it's weekend, then you should check the bus timetables before going around) and in Luka's metro station there is a couple of supermarkets. I wouldn't recommend it to anyone wanting to go clubbing or partying, as the underground and buses' services are really reduced by night.
Breakfast is nice, both there is both continental breakfast and sweets. If there is many people having breakfast at the same time, they are likely to run out of things but they replace them soon enough.
We ate there the day we arrived and food is great and quite cheap (and they give you a 10% discount for being a guest at the hotel). One evening we had to arrive early to the hotel as it was raining a lot, we decided to go down to drink something and their chocolate is amazing.
Room's are outdated and the carpet of the floor might be slightly dirty but overall and for the price of the rooms, I found them to be in good shape. The furniture was slightly broken and the beds made noise when you shifted while sleeping. If you don't leave the "please, come in" signal on the door, they won't go into the room. They don't seem to change the sheets while you are staying there, but they give you fresh towels if you let them in the bathroom's floor.
Wifi didn't arrive to my room (105) and I had to go to the reception, the backyard or the restaurant to use my PC.
Being away from Prague also has some advantages, such as a great sleep quality - there were no noises around, apart from a dog barking.
Staff is really nice and helpful.
Another little detail is that you have to pay when you arrive to the hotel, rather than in the check out - I don't know if that ever generated a problem to anyone.
Overall, I'd say that if your standards aren't really high, the hotel won't disappoint you.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hotel have 33 rooms.8 four, 4 triple and 21 double rooms. All rooms are equipped with own facilities with a modern bathroom and WC. Stay by you should make the presence of a television with satellite programs,telephone and internet connection.Our restaurant have 90 seats.To reach the hotel from Prague's Ruzyne airport is in 20min.The transport to the city center it is possible to use public transport, where the route traveled by bus or subway takes about twenty minutes. Car is then about quarter of an hour. ... more less
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