Thanks to bookings.com, I stayed here for roughly half the price of a private room in a Prague youth hostel, so it was a real bargain. It's a little out of the way, though once you've mastered Prague's public transport this isn't much of a problem. The staff were polite, fluent in English and quite helpful; the bed was comfortable enough; the wifi didn't reach my room but I was able to hire an ethernet cable from reception. The restaurant kitchen closed just as I arrived, so I can't comment on the dinner menu, but the breakfast buffet was okay.
Caveat: It was very warm in Prague when I visited, and the room became quite hot by noon. The window could be opened (Prague is, after all, famous for defenestrations), but this was not advisable after sunset, because of insects from the nearby river. Maybe rooms on the other side of the hotel would be better, but I really don't know how comfortable the place would be in even hotter or much colder weather.More
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