Hotel Palace Praha

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

Panska 12, Prague, Bohemia, 11121, Czech Republic

2 Reviews

Art Nouveau Palace Hotel
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    luxury

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    the palace hotel is located in new town near wenceslaus square. the rooms are large and modern. they offer all the amenities of a first class hotel. there is a bar and restaurant at the hotel. this 5 star hotel has excellent service and a helpful english speaking staff. at $300 per night expensive but worth it.

    Directions: central prague, new town.

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    Playing the Palace

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    What a joy it was to return each day to the Hotel Palace, a little bit of luxury in the New Town section of Prague. A handsome doorman opened the door with a friendly greeting; the high-ceilinged entry hall was grandly lit; the gracefully decorated Art Nouveau façade was beautiful.

    Room number 714 is situated at the rear of the hotel, facing north, toward Old Town. We could see the Church of Lady Before Tyn, the Royal Castle and Old Town Powder Tower from our window. I had requested a room with a nice view in an e-mail to the hotel a week before our arrival. They delivered!

    On the mezzanine level each morning we could choose from a wide variety of breakfast treats including cereals, fresh fruit, fruit juices, yogurt, muffins, pastries, cheeses and meats. The restaurant in the hotel is superb, with top-notch service.

    The hotel opened on 21.April.1909. George Justich, the architect, designed it in the very fashionable Art Nouveau style for Frantisek Buldro, its owner. Its grand surroundings make it is easy to see how, in the 1920s, the Hotel Palace became a center of social and cultural life in Prague. The Mucha Museum, telling the story of the work and life of the Czech Art Nouveau artist Alphonse Mucha (1860-1939), is located across the street. Be certain to visit!

    The Hotel Palace closed on 1.January.1986 for extensive renovations. Its original façade was kept in tact. It reopened in 1989. And was renovated again in 2000.

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Rich collections of art

by Zuzka

Permanent exhibitions placed in several buildings in Prague:
1. European Art from Classic Era to the Close of the Baroque: Sternberg Palace (Prague Castle area)
2. Mannerism and Baroque in Bohemia:
St George's Convent (Prague Castle area)
3. Mediaeval Art in Bohemia and Central Europe: St Agnes' Convent (Old Town area)
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5. Collection of Asian Art: Zbraslav Chateau
More info about this exhibition in my Off the beaten path list
6. Collection of Cubism Art: House at the Black Madonna

Great time at the Palace

by A TripAdvisor Member

Have just returned from a 4 day break at the Palace Hotel Prague on 2nd December 2004. It was a wonderful hotel with excellent facilities and very helpful staff. The sevice was excellent as was the location. I will certainly stay there again when I return.

Wonderful hotel!

by TripAdvisor Member michts

Decided to stay at this hotel after reading the reviews on this website; and can honestly say the hotel was more than we were expecting! Fantastic location, did not need to use the public transport at all. Our room was amazing, and enjoyed the extra's such as slippers and the turn-down in the evenings.

Breakfast was great, and enjoyed trying all the Czech breads!

Cannot fault this hotel, and if you want a nice break away from London, Prague is the place to go. Will definitely return to the Palace!

Not a Palace Palace

by TripAdvisor Member CheekyUk

Stayed at the Palace in October 2004. Friendly welcome from the knowledgeable reception staff, retrieval of booking information and check in were quick. Check out was also speedy and efficient.

Nice sized room with very comfy (large!) bed and turn down service in the evening which was nice. The Minibar was a complete rip off as well as the extortionate bar prices in the lobby (no wonder no one was in there except us at £20 for 2 x G&Ts!) - go to the local shop instead and put it in your mini bar!

The marble shower over bath was nice and there were plenty of toiletries. The buffet breakfast was lovely - a real plus! There was something for everyone and even gluten free crackers for those on a wheat free diet.

Great service at The Palace

by TripAdvisor Member Aprilfool1965

Just got back yesterday from a three night stay at the Palace. Great central location, and we only used the metro to get out to Novy Smichov shopping centre near Andels Hotel. Loved the attention we got from all the staff, we could get used to it very easily. We had a problem with the lights in our room one night and within two minutes of ringing reception, one of the bell boys was at our door to sort it out. There was a great selection of food to choose from for breakfast and we didn't need to eat anything else until dinner. I even had a piece of custard tart topped with berries one morning. When in Rome.... Used athos for our airport transfers and they were on time and very efficient at a cost of 1100 Czech Crowns return. We ate in the Gourmet Club restaurant on the first night. The food was excellent but quite expensive and someone who liked quantity as well as quality would be disappointed and perhaps still hungry afterwards. You could eat for half the price in the lobby bar which we didn't discover until the following morning. I presume the food would be cooked in the same kitchen. Overall, we had a wonderful trip and will be back to the Palace.

As Jim Royle would say "5 stars .. ...."

by A TripAdvisor Member

Not worthy of 5 stars in my opinion, 4 would be about right. Nice building, nice decor, very well located between Wenceslas Square and the Old Town Square and on top of Mustek Metro station. Now the downside:- bedrooms a bit on the small side, couple of dodgy bits of maintenance in the bathroom, nice choccy on the pillow but only for the first night! Rather pricy as other reviewers have stated so we just had the breakfasts. We were not blown away by the quality of the breakfasts although there was quite a lot of choice. 'Cool Fresh Milk' for cereals was actually rather nasty UHT/Longlife muck.

But my biggest moan was the fact that they don't operate the Air Conditioning in the winter. Now you may not think this is a problem but I can't sleep in a poky and stuffy room. Opening the window was not an option because it was around -10 degrees C outside and rather noisy. I did complain but they just went through the usual pantomime of 'was I operating it properly' then sending the engineer (at 00.30 hrs) who said it would be fine. Well it wasn't fine, it was 27 degrees Centigrade. Fine for growing coconuts but no good for me. After ruining my first night they grudgingly offered to change us to a smaller room which was not much cooler. After more grumbling from me they eventually admitted that the AC was switched off and only the fan part was working - this actually had the effect of warming the rooms. Two more rough nights to follow - thanks a lot you tight gits! Don't advertise AC unless either it works year round or if you spell out when it works. And this is not the only hotel who do this, the same thing has happened to me in many others. But I will make them pay - beware!

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Address: Panska 12, Prague, Bohemia, 11121, Czech Republic