Ratings based on 5 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.8 Room cleanliness
4.0 Service & staff
4.4 Room comfort
4.2 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
Recommendedby A verified travelerfrom Perth Western Australia
verona hotel praguePosted Oct 1, 2011 on Hotels.com
We stayed in an apartment syle room with 2 bedrooms/1 bathroom. It was very spacious and clean. Bedding was fresh and towels were changed daily. Eventhough it was advertised as an apartment, it certainly not functioning as one. There is a kitchenette, not a kitchen with no basic utensils, not even a kettle. There is no clothes washing facilities, which is what I needed most with 2 young children in tow. The breakfast only comprised of toast and coffee. On the plus side, the location is very central, close to trams and underground. Ten minutes walk to Charles bridge and a massive shopping centre called the Palladium is only 5 minutes walk. The lady at the front desk was very friendly and helpful.
for Otherby A verified travelerfrom Philadelphia
NicePosted Aug 29, 2011
Good stay for your buck
for Familiesby A verified travelerfrom Stuttgart Germany
Decent stay near old townPosted Mar 28, 2011
Since this is an apartment style hotel, there isn't service daily, but if you needed something you could ask at the desk. We did need to ask for extra towels, but no problems getting them. Having the separate bedrooms was great since we could put the kids down and hang out in the living room. There is a light continental breakfast provided which is a nice way to start the day. The two downsides were that the beds were very firm - but that is the norm in European hotels. The other is that the hotel is about 50m from the main street which has a streetcar line. If you don't like noise when you sleep, the streetcars run very frequently until late and from early. We had the windows closed because it was March, but i imagine it might be fairly loud in the summer. Just bring earplugs if that's an issue. There's not a lot of pedestrian traffic like you find closer to central Old Town and given the revelry of visitors, I'm glad I chose someplace a little further out. There is also secure parking available by pre-arrangement at 18 Eruo a day, which is a good price for downtown Prague.
Recommendedby Amyfrom Finger Lakes, NY
Lovely, quiet place to explore PraguePosted Jan 8, 2010
This was a small place, sort of a hotel, sort of a b&b, sort of a pension. But simple, clean, very spacious (two rooms plus ample bathroom), well set out. Breakfast was included (although not for all rates) and was simple but nice. The place is on a very quiet street but just off the main throughfare and 'center' of the action in Prague. I would definitely stay here again and although my own trip this time was for business, given the two room set-up, friendly helpful (and multilingual) staff, would come again with my family. They'd love it!
Recommendedby A verified travelerfrom New Haven, Connecticut
Good place, convenient location and reasonably pricedPosted Sep 30, 2009
This hotel is in fact apartments converted into a small number of suites with large, clean and quiet rooms. Good breakfast, wireless internet, convenient location, nice and efficient staff. Good price for what is offered. The only minor downside is that the hotel is in a narrow street with limited parking (I didn't have a car, therefore didn't mind) and no view. I will definitely go back there.