I stayed at the Comfort Hotel for 8 nights. The room I stayed in was of a reasonable size and included a bath as well as a shower. The hotel provides an adequate buffet breakfast but it is more or less the same everyday. I requested a packed breakfast on the last day as I was leaving early; it came in a very large paper carrier bag and was more than enough for the whole day. The hotel does provide one antiquated computer terminal for guests who want to use the internet, but at 40CZK for 15 minutes it is expensive. There is a restaurant available for lunch and dinner, a bar in the lobby, gift shop, wi-fi is available in the lobby for a fee and newspapers available for purchase at the reception. The hotel is out of the city centre and anyone wanting to go out until late will probably have to get a taxi back. During the day the 9 & 10 trams run every couple of minutes to the city centre via Andel which is an important tram crossing point and a Metro Station. The journey takes about 25 minutes to the city centre or 15 minutes to Andel. Public transport tickets are available at a machine outside the hotel or from the hotel reception. The journey from the airport can be made by taking the #179 bus to Motol and then the #180 the 1 stop to the hotel. The room was kept reasonably clean though the bed linen was not changed during my stay, though there were 2 single beds in the room I could have changed beds if I wished. The reception staff were pleasant and helpful. The hotel is similar in standard to a Travelodge or Days Inn and the best thing is the price which was £20 a day for a single room and another £2 more for a double room. The down side with this hotel was the paper thin walls and noisy corridors caused by the requirement to slam the doors to lock them. The hotel is popular with groups of students who may not return to the hotel until the early hours exacerbating the noise problem. The hotel layout consists of a high rise building and lower level building these two are joined by the central lobby area, restaurants and conference rooms. The lower level building is completely non smoking and appears to have recently renovated rooms and have an additional door which may cut down on noise from the corridor. There was only a shower and no bath in the room I saw, with only a single bed and the room was smaller than the room I had in the tower block. On the Sunday morning the cleaning staff tried to enter my room at 8.45 which is a bit early, and then tried again a few minutes later. When I returned to my room later in the day they had only taken the rubbish and not done much else. The hotel is located in a residential area with some nice blocks of flats in the vicinity but not much else.
I decided to try out this hotel despite of some negative reviews online. I have to admit that the hotel is a bit out of the city center but Prague's integrated public transport made this a non-issue. From the hotel, it is only 20minutes ride on Tram 9 or 10 to the city center or Andel, where you can change to any metro trains that brings you to the various tourist destinations and airport. And the biggest advantage is you only pay half of what you would have to pay for a hotel in the city center!! In summary, it is a hotel that cost like a hostel!! Good value and decent quality.... Recommended it to any tourist visiting Prague...
Unique Quality: Not many facilities... Just simple room with attached showers for a good night sleep.
Directions: Take the metro to Andel and change to Tram 9 or 10 heading towards Sidliste-repy. Stop at Hlusickova and the hotel is visible from the bus stand.
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