Atlante Residence Ai 4 Angeli is one of those places you will always remember after your trip, it is a three-star hotel located in the city center of Prague. Recently renovated in a quiet area, close to major attractions including Wenceslas Square, and is easily accessible by foot. There are excellent public transport connections, and clients can efficiently travel around the entire city.
In my short trip to Prague, I decided to choose this hotel because I had stayed several times in hotels of this chain, and all have more or less the same features, thus avoiding unpleasant surprises, it is also very well-priced and is located in the center of the city, about a five minutes walk from Wenceslas Square, for the same price almost everyone was on developments more than 4 miles outside of downtown, and the truth is, for four days I had to visit the city did not feel like wasting time on traveling. The hotel consists of 181 rooms, including 4 for guests with mobility problems, which are all fully equipped, (with telephone, satellite TV, air conditioning, hair dryer, wireless internet ...) and cozy. It is a clean hotel and also has a restaurant, terrace, bar snacks 24 hours and parking, offering thalassotherapy and spa services. It also features a heated indoor pool and fitness centre.The breakfast service is well-managed, with a great variety and a big buffet. Communication, with respect to transportation, is excellent, a few meters away is the Pavlova metro station (line c), and with about 26 CZK (approx. € 1), arrive at the airport.
My Hotel Apollon was re-opened in Prague in 2008 after an intensive six-month renovation. It's located in a quiet part of Prague, only 15 minutes from the city center (Tram 9 will take you directly there). It has 50 double, single, twin and triple rooms, all with full bathrooms, satellite TV, and direct-dial telephone. The hotel has air conditioning and a restaurant open all day for guests.
Prague has two incredible virtues. It is both beautiful yet affordable. What more could a traveler ask for? with the current state of the economy, housing is no exception. Thus, for the price of a hostel, you get a 3 star hotel like this one which is excellently located near all the attractions of the city, few steps from the metro. A hotel to consider.
A unique hotel located in Prague 1, therefore well-placed for the centre. The rooms are spacious, bright and quiet. The cleaning is pretty good. Plentiful breakfast, with something for everyone. The hotel restaurant La Boca (Hispanic food) is good and cheap, with a discount for hotel guests. Shuttle to the airport is approximately € 40 for a round trip. Triple room 70 € per night.
I spent about four days at this hotel, located in a residential area on the outskirts of Prague. The metro stop is very close, so you can get to the city centre quickly. If you want to rent a car, this hotel is a good choice because it has a lot of parking. The rooms are quiet, with enough space for two people, as you'd expect from a 3*. On the upper floors, the wifi is a bit spotty, although it works perfectly in reception. A breakfast buffet was included - quite varied, with a decent quality, and good enough to start the day with a full stomach. The price is very good, so it's a good option if you do not mind taking the Metro and do not want to spend much money.
Located south of the city, about ten minutes walk from Muzeum (going up the stairs on the street). This hotel cost us 88 for 3 nights for two people, with buffet breakfast and free parking, which is always good. The hotel is well equipped, with fairly large rooms. Breakfast is plentiful and varied, both sweet and savoury, and the reception is open all night. However, for the price there are some negatives: we stayed for three days, and they didn't change the bath towels or sheets, or give us extra shower gel or shampoo.