This nice little hotel is situated in the former Jewish Quarter of the town of Mikulov. In fact part of the hotel is a former synagogue. We found the staff very friendly and accommodating. They spoke English well (surprising since we didn’t meet any other English speaking tourists in the area). The hotel is clean and functional. As in most little European hotels, you have to haul your luggage upstairs. There didn’t seem to be anyone around to help. Breakfast is served in the hotel’s restaurant and was very good and generous. (The restaurant is also an excellent choice for dinner).
The one thing I didn’t like was that they required me to pay a deposit of one night’s lodging to secure my reservation (unlike any other hotel I booked on this trip) then made it almost impossible to do so. I phoned ahead with my credit card number and then when I saw no charge come through on my account I called again and was told that they don’t take credit card numbers over the phone and couldn’t explain why the first person I spoke to took it anyway! I ended up having to do a wire transfer from my bank, a tedious process for which my bank charged me $25 ( a substantial fraction of the cost of the room). There has to a better way. Ever heard of PayPal?More
- Free Wifi
- Free parking