Ratings based on 6 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.2 Room cleanliness
3.2 Service & staff
2.8 Room comfort
2.5 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified ReviewsThey paid and stayed. We double-checked.
by Josef from České Budějovice
Hotel bez klimatizace a bez chladničky.Posted Aug 17, 2015 on Hotels
V hotelu jsme přespali jednu noc, v době letošních veder a pokoj nebyl vybaven chladničkou na vychlazení nápojů. Také v hotelové restauraci bylo velké horko. Měli jsme zaplacenou snídani a připlatili jsme si večeři, která byla formou bufetu a stála 250,- Kč na osobu, což se mi zdá být drahé, hlavně vzhledem k úrovni hotelu.
by Martin from Stockholm
No idea how it isPosted Aug 5, 2015 on Hotels
The reception was not open as promised, so we had to go to another hotel (closed at 22, we were there approximately at 22:30
by A verified traveler
Posted Jul 13, 2015 on Hotels
We reserved a room from the Orea Hotel Špičák, but when we arrived there it was not in use due to some technical issue. What was interesting was that the replacing Orea hotel was only informed at the front door of the Špičák hotel. Due to complete darkness it took some time read the information on from the paper on the door and to find the replacing other Orea hotel even though they were only few hundred meters apart. More proactive information would have been helpful. The replacing hotel was nice.
by A verified traveler from Prague, Czech Republic
Cheep in all the aspectsPosted May 13, 2015
Pros: The reception staff was nice and welcoming.
Cons: Some electricity plugs in the room are needed. The room could be cleaner. Quality of the breakfast and dinned should be better.
Location: The location is convenient, especially in winter if you travel there to ski.
Hotel Špičák is a "traditional" OREA chain outdated style hotel. We got a good deal on our booking, but after arriving to the hotel we understood why. First impression after arriving at reception is nice, we were welcomed by two reception ladies and overall experience from the check in was pleasant. The staff generally doesn't speak very good English though and if you don't speak Czech or German you might have some communication challenges. This is where the good stuff ends... After arriving to the room we realized the TV set was missing, however we found the list with the TV channels on the desk :) We informed reception and they brought one in the evening. Careful on the balcony, the wooden floor is not properly fixed to the floor. There is NO electricity outlet in the room!! This goes together with the style of this hotel, 30 years ago (that is probably when this hotel was last updated) people didn't travel with cell phones and tablets, but now we do!! and if you want to charge your devices, you need to take turns with your wife/room mate. You still have to unplug the lamp on the desk next to the TV (if you have one) in order to get at least one socket for charging. Breakfast does not seem very fresh and the buffet dinner either. Probably best part is that there is a sister hotel on the top of the hill (Hotel OREA Horizont) where you can go and have breakfasts and dinners (they are much better) and they don't charge you anything extra, you can also use their swimming pool.
by A verified traveler
English pleasePosted Aug 6, 2009
If you advertise in English then have people at your hotel that speak English. I never spoke to an English speaking person the whole time I was there and it made everything extremely difficult.
by A verified traveler from Danmark
Spændende afstikker Kroatien-DanmarkPosted Jul 30, 2008 on Hotels
Vi havde booket et familieværelse til 5 personer. Vi ankom sent, men fik hurtigt nøgler til 2 store værelser med 5 senge til samme pris. Omfattende morgenmadsbufftet.