Used the Prague Airport transfers £18 each way (for a couple) as heard great things about it on Trip advisor. Professional & efficient service with English speaking drivers with good local knowledge / advice on sights and eateries.
Transfer took 20-30mins and dropped off right outside the door with a free city map (good enough to use as your main city guide so dont need to buy one) and a free 4 hour walking tour (if you wanted it).
Hotel is soooo central to everything, literally 5 mins walk to the Astronomical Clock, Tyn Church and Old Town square.
Check in fast and efficient and given a room on 4th floor with an unexpected balcony with views of the roof tops and glass roof of the Hard Rock Cafe next door.
Good size with sloping ceilings which took some getting used to but got there in the end. Comfortable double bed with great pillows and 2 'SINGLE' sized duvets ???? - (at least no fighting over the duvet).
Small but clean (albeit with stained shower curtain) and an intermitent air freshener that became so overpowering if you closed the door and literally filled the bedroom if you didnt. Watch out for the showers = they start off at the correct temperature and switch from cold to scalding hot without warning.
Sleep quality !!!!
So poor - (as previous reviewers have said) due to the constantly creaking floors in the hallway and the adjoining rooms - and sadly for us our 'balcony door' opened up to the glass roof top of Hard Rock - so we also had the dull pounding rock music until the club closed - we ended up putting the TV on just to drown out the beat. I expected a completely different kind of noise from such a centrally located hotel (i.e street noise, traffic etc) but never appreciated how bad noise from creaking floors could be !
Knocked so quietly and then immediately entered the room two mornings running ( I was in the shower one day and luckily awake but still in bed on second occasion - it was only 9am !) - we used Do Not Disturb sign on the final day so it didnt happen again.
Served until 10am on the lower ground floor in a lovely red brick vaulted room. Great choice of hot and cold options with good tea and coffee. We seemed lucky on our timings for a seat - but some were not so lucky and occasionally could not find a table to sit at during peak times.
Truly brilliant location - busy tourist attractions if you turn right on the doorstep as well as quiet streets and interesting buildings if you turn left on the doorstep.
Local Food and drink
as always - much cheaper down the side streets away from main attractions - small beer can be as low as 29kc in some smaller bars and as much as 79kc in the tourist venues.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located in the very heart of historic Prague at The Little Square (Male namesti), Hotel Rott is just a few steps from the famous Old Town Square and Old Town Astronomical Clock.Hotel Rott is on four floors, consisting of two buildings and offers 94 rooms, meeting facilities, café and a restaurant.One of the buildings proudly displays beautiful frescoes inspired by Mikolas Ales paintings.Our hotel provides the perfect starting point for all business and sightseeing locations in the city. ... more less
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