We visitied in June 2011. We stayed in room 1 (I think). It was huge, maybe the largest room I have ever stayed in. The room was dark, and had an old world feel to it (dark wood, huge four poster bed, with good clean sheets, decent mattress & bedding) but that is something evident in the photos, and certainly if you drew back the giant velvet curtains, the light would pour in. In other words, I had an expectation, and I got what I thought I had bought.
Internet access was only available in the breakfast and bar area due to poor wifi reception. They were very happy for us to sit there at any time. To put this in context, these two areas are in a part of the building that was built in 1392!
Breakfast was good, and included cooked breakfast to order (eg ham and eggs).
Because we did not need to open the windows, we can't tell if late evening noise was an issue ... also it might be that some rooms are affected by this more than others. The staff were friendly. Although we did not require this service, I saw them offer to make an early packed breakfast for some people who had to leave before breakfast started.
Prague is a small city - and with so many places to see in the historic centre meant that staying here, we could regularly go back to the hotel and drop things off, collect whatever, check email, have a rest.
We ate at the adjoining restaurant - excellent food, and live music on saturday night (but thankfully, not too loud).
If you want to feel a bit of history, and "get into Prague" then I highly recommend staying in an old hotel such as this one.
I shall certainly be encouraging my friends to stay here.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Private residence originally from the year 1411 is situated in the exclusive location of the Old Town on the pedestrian zone only a few steps from the Charles Bridge and Old Town Square. The residence offers accommodation in double rooms and suites. Luxury rooms from 30 to 95 square metres are equipped with shower or bathtub, satellite TV, refrigerator, furnished antique (style La Patio) and modern furniture. All rooms are equipped with a king size bed. In some apartments, there are available also kitchenettes, washing machines and dishwashers. Buffet breakfast is served in the unique restaurant every day from 09:00 am to 10:00 am. Art Nouveau Restaurant 7 Angels offers typical Czech and international cuisine. Also vegetarians, lovers of fish and good Czech, Moravian and French wine could find a delight. Hotel guests can use a local laundry for a fee. Underground parking is located only 5 min. By walk from the residence. Our residence visited e.G.: Giulio Andreotti, Shirley Temple, Jean Reno, Lorenzo Lamas, Rolling Stones, Martina Hingis, football team AS Roma, president Vaclav Klaus, Karel Gott etc. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- 7 Angels Residence (u 7 Andelu) Hotel Prague