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Aida
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Reviewed June 23, 2008

Hotel Aida, Prague:
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My wife and I stayed at the recently refurbished Aida Hotel, Prague, in June 2008.
The Hotel staff were very friendly and helpful throughout our stay, and the room servicing was excellent.
Breakfast was a joy: Three varieties of cooked that changed daily, and copious amounts of cold meats and cheeses, not to mention the many different cereals, fruits, yoghurts and salad, yes; salad, on offer each day.
The Hotel itself was very clean and to quite a high standard for the area, the only downturn is that there is no lift in the hotel, so for the elderly and for families with young children this will be a problem.
But this is very easily remedied, simply call either Eva Skladanova at Registration (00 420 251 09 11 11) or Milan Smitka on the Hotel's Reception Desk (00 420 284 68 0628) a few days before you go, and they'll put you in to a Ground or First floor room. we did, and they did.

Lastly, at a 3-minute walk from the hotel, and right by the Tram Stop is the Troja Restaurant. Don't bother with going downtown to eat, the food here is about the best you will get, and their Manager, Jiri Hajek speaks perfect English (he worked for three years in Manchester and London) -and the surroundings are great too. Weekends get crowded, so reserve, 00420 824 000 666.

Would we go back? To the Hotel Aida, and the Troja, YES! But to Prague, we'd have to think about that, as Prague is not cheap, and it's ALL cobbles (we really did hurt our feet walking). But the Tram system is brilliant! Stuff those guided tours, use the trams and see all of Prague amongst friendly, helpful people, we did, and we’ve come away with wonderful memories..

M & E Haine: June 2008.

Stayed: June 2008
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Reviewed May 29, 2008

This hotel, Aida is supposed to be a 4 star hotel. However, it is far short of its star value for its comfort, friendliness and location.

Their room is really small. I could barely move around the room with my wife.

Their bed is too soft. It can potentially hurt your back if you sleep on their bed too long.

Since this hotel gets a fair number of young czech student types, I was awoken up twice at 1 AM and 2:10 AM by loud young guests who returned from their drinking outing. I could hear their loud drunken yelling from the hallway.

Their staff was quite uninformed. I asked two young staffs at ten p.m. how much it would cost to make a local call from my room. They were clueless.

Last but not least, the main staff relied on a rather higher czech currency rate against euro when he was calculating our room rate. So, be sure to double-check your bill when he makes this conversion.

  • Stayed: May 2008, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed December 22, 2007

We saw this hotel online but decided to book through a travel agents anyway. The accommodation is basic but thats pretty much what we expected for the price. The rooms are small and the walls quite thin! We had read some bad reviews before we went but must have been lucky as the hotel was quiet when we stayed. The lady on reception was very helpful with all matters relating to our stay, she gave us info on tours, transport etc. Breakfast is not much more than toast and cereal but we found this adequate. Although this hotel is further out of Prague we found getting around really easy after difficulties in initially finding the hotel! but we did go it alone with the public transport and a map! But the public transport is fantastic and so cheap. If you want budget accommodation and don't mind using public transport this hotel should serve you just fine.

Stayed: June 2007
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Reviewed October 17, 2007

Booked out 10 minutes after checking in, one of the worst places I have been booked to stay. The weekend stay had been a gift but we had to move hotels. More like a hostel and I was a bit worried even before I went after reading some of the previous reviews. Guy on reception was rude, no bar facilities and quite a distance from Old Time Square, especially if you want to sample Prague's nightlife and then need to make your way back home late at night.

I would NOT recommend this hotel.

  • Stayed: February 2007, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed October 11, 2007

We booked this hotel as part of a three day break with EasyJet.
After we booked we read some of the reviews on here and we were somewhat concerned by the prospect of bedbugs, unpleasant staff and dirty rooms. We needn't have worried - the hotel while clearly in need of some updating, was clean and comfortable. Our room had no bedbugs! it was cleaned every day and we had clean sheets and towels every day. The bathroom was very clean and the shower was hot and powerful. The room walls were thin but this was not a major problem for us. We only ate breakfast at the hotel once and it was very good with a wide selection of cereal, bread, fruit, meat and cheese.The staff were pleasant and helpful.
I wouldn't recommend the hotel to anyone who finds walking difficult as there is no lift and there are 5 floors.
The metro station was just 5 minutes walk from the hotel and Prague centre just 5 stops away. The journey took about 15 minutes.
This is certainly not a fancy hotel, but in our experience it was clean comfortable and very good value for money.

  • Stayed: October 2007, traveled with family
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