Falkensteiner Hotel Maria Prague

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Opletalova 21, Prague, Bohemia, 11000, Czech Republic

5 Reviews

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Satisfaction Excellent
Very Good

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 27% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Families88
  • Couples86
  • Solo76
  • Business80
  • hb_capri's Profile Photo

    Economical and Fabulous Hotel


    My husband and I were on a train trip across European cities and wanted to stay in a hotel that was close to the railway station.We chose the Falkensteiner Hotel Maria after reading VT member jumpingnorman's reviews on this hotel.

    The best thing about the hotel is its location...its very close to the railway station and just a short walk from most of the places of interest in Prague.The rooms were really spacious and staff very helpful.The hotel offers a very elaborate and fantastic breakfast spread.I'd go there again just for the breakfast:)

    Directions: Just opposite the Main Railway Station.

  • jumpingnorman's Profile Photo

    Hotel near Prague train station


    I was travelling through train in eastern europe and the Falkensteiner Hotel Maria was perfect since it was really very close to the station and it was easy to find - just go out of station and turn left and follow the road and the hotel is at a corner. It is also walking distance to Wenceslaus square and I did not feel any danger at all. The hotel has internet available and breakfast was very good and there were some healthy choices - fruit and cereal. Front desk was also helpful and spoke english.

    Location is at Opletalova 21, Prague, 11000

    Wenceslas Square – 500 metres
    Alstadter Ring – 2.5 kilometres (1.5 miles)
    Prague Castle – 2.5 kilometres (1.5 miles)
    Golden Lane – 2.5 kilometres (1.5 miles)
    Charles Bridge – 2.5 kilometres (1.5 miles)
    Jewish Cemetery – 3 kilometres (2 miles)

    Unique Quality: Excellent breakfast, near train station

  • german_eagle's Profile Photo

    No regrets


    An Austrian hotel chain. Single room was 86 Euro per night and my travel agency got me a Stay 4 Pay 3 nights deal. Perfect location, only 2 min. from Hlavni Nadrazi/Metro, 5 min. to Venceslas Square, State Opera, trams. It is a turn-of-the-century building, modern design inside. I had a quiet room to the courtyard that had A/C (good for summer), was not too spacious (double = single room). The ceiling in the decent size bathroom had wet spots, the plaster at one corner in the room was damaged. Nice sauna/steambath area downstairs. Breakfast was ok, nothing special, I especially missed a good cheese selection.

    Internet access at a computer in the bar was free, although limited because the firewall blocked a number of website (e.g. my email provider). Staff was relatively friendly with exceptions, e.g. refused to send my postcards per airmail. All in all I would stay there again if nothing better comes up.

    Directions: Vis-a-vis the Central Railway Station (Hlavni Nadrazi).

  • Nice hotel for a few days. Not longer then 3.


    My wife and I stayed at this hotel from February 21 to February 28th. We had a present stay at his hotel.
    The rooms are big, clean and modernly decorated. Enough closet space and a full (big) bath and shower. The heating works fine and the rooms have windows that open wide. Mind you that like many hotels in Europe the windows have no screens. The television works fine just remember that you are in Europe and lots of channels are not in English. Most channels are in German, which was no issue for us. The Russian channel was interesting even though we could not understand a word of it. We where not impressed by the bed though. The bed itself looks nice, in that same modern style but the mattress was bad. It looked like one of the cheap Ikea mattresses. It is fine for a few days but if you stay like for a week or longer it is simply not sufficient. You find yourself waking up being still tired with pain in your back or shoulders. I can not understand why a nice hotel like this has such a cheap bad mattress on their beds.
    The breakfast buffet in the morning is great. Lot’s of choices for every type of traveler. Personally I was not impressed with the bacon and eggs but I have seen plenty of people enjoying it. The bread, fresh fruit and variety of yoghurts are excellent, not even to mention the large selection of little pastries and sweets. Choices of juices, fresh coffee and tea.. All you want for a good start of the day.
    The hotel staff is friendly and helpful and their English is great. The check-in and check-out is fast and efficient.

    The beds simply do not give you the rest you need in a physically demanding city as Prague. I can not understand why a hotel like this would have such bas mattresses on their beds. One stays in a hotel to sleep.. Not to sit in the nice room. A good bed is the main thing people would look for in a hotel (room). Therefore I would think this is a very nice hotel for a 3 day visit. If want to stay longer I would suggest to go somewhere else.

    Directions: Bordering Old town and New town. Great location.

  • michelle_x11's Profile Photo

    Beautiful Hotel close to Wencelslas-square


    We spent 3 nights in this beautiful hotel in Prague. We had the hugest room ever, enjoied the huge breakfast buffets and the wellness-area, including sauna and whirlpool

    Unique Quality: the decoration of this hotel is unique: very tasteful, soothing colours and black and white pictures, pretty flowers, nice furniture.

    The most original hotel i have seen so far.

    Directions: Nove Mestro, Wenzel-square and central station area

More about Falkensteiner Hotel Maria Prague

Best convenient hotel hear train station

by jumpingnorman about Falkensteiner Hotel Maria

was travelling through train in eastern europe and this hotel was perfect since it was really very close to the station and it was easy to find - just go out of station and turn left and follow the road and the hotel is at a corner. It is also walking distance to Wenceslaus square and I did not feel any danger at all. The hotel has internet available and breakfast was very good and there were some healthy choices - fruit and cereal. Front desk was also helpful and spoke english. Far enough away from station to be safe. Just don't walk in train gardens at night because train stations are notorious for odd people.

Forum Posts

Good Location

by amber.brown

What is the best area to stay at in Prague? I am going for a long weekend in May with my boyfriend and were looking for a good spot. No too touristy but a nice area to see some things and enjoy the culture.

Re: Good Location

by qrestina

For the first time we stayed in Ibis Karlin. We booked 30 days earlier, and only paid 39€ per room and per night, without breakfast (10€/person/night). There's a metro station 2 minutes walking.

In the second time, we have chosen a hotel which was rated as a 4 star hotel on booking.com, but it was something more like a 2 stars hotel. You have many choices in city center. Staying in Wenceslau square would be the best spot, but it is the more expensive area.

Beware of the exchange rates on hotels.

Re: Good Location

by qrestina

Vysegrad is a nice place to stay as well. No too touristic, more relaxing, with a park nearby. And just some minutes far from the city center by tram or metro.

Re: Good Location

by hb_capri

I would def recommend the Falkensteiner Hotel Maria.My husband and I stayed here in feb for 3 nights and it was 80 euros incl breakfast.Its just a few mins from Wenceslas square and the rooms are really good.the breakfast was awesome!

Re: Good Location

by Wendy84

I have lived in Prague and sure the Old Town is nice but it's very touristy and there's more to Prague than just the main attraction. Letna/Holesovice is a nice area. The two biggest parks are there and from Letna park, you have the nicest view of Prague - especially at night. There are several trams and a metro so you can be in the city centre in about 10 minutes.

The view from Letna Park:

It's a beautiful area, not very far from the city (just at the other side of the river), there are many bars, several clubs, shops, a huge chinese market and much more =).


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Address: Opletalova 21, Prague, Bohemia, 11000, Czech Republic