Hotel Paris Prague

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

U Obecniho domu 1, (formerly Hotel Pariz), Prague, Bohemia, 110 00, Czech Republic

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  • balhannah's Profile Photo

    FIVE STAR HOTEL

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    The Hotel Paris is another 5 star Hotel offering luxurious accommodation. The rooms are furnished with replica art nouveau furniture.

    Next to Hotel Paris is underground station Namesti Republiky (line B) and tram stops (No. 5, 8, 14).

    Unique Quality: The Hotel was built in 1904 in Art Nouveau style. I found it adjacent to the Art Nouveau Municipal House, do go and view that after looking at the Hotel.

    The Hotel was a symbol of the city for many years, but it fell into disrepair during the Soviet era. In 1991, the government returned the hotel to its original owners, the Brandejs family.
    In 1997 the early Art Nouveau was restored. Inside, is an elegant stairway, stunning mosaics, grand chandeliers and wrought-iron railings, ceramic sculptures some that serve as lamps and the original window panels with hand painted motifs.
    The outside has a lovely painted panel around the entrance, lots of flags too! Many decorative faces peered down at me, none of them look happy! The outside is decorated beautifully and its design is slightly different to other Prague buildings. It has some paintings on the narrowest part of the building.
    A really lovely art nouveau building!

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    good location and very friendly staff

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    I've been in Prague for business for two nights, and I found out Hotel Paris because many other ones were full.
    This is officially a 5 stars hotel, but for me it is not worth. The hotel is very old, and its facilities are simple and not very efficient. If you book a room on the 5th floor be ready to make a lot of steps, as the 2 lifts are very very slow.
    The rooms are big enough, but the bathroom, compared to 5 stars hotels like Marriott or Sheraton, is really awful (also very old). No air conditioned in the room.
    Spa and fitness very small but clean and agreable.
    The bar is not good for meetings, but the prices are fine and the food they serve is very good.
    The positive points are the location, the cleanliness (which is extremely important), and the friendliness of the staff, who make you feel as at home in any circumstance.

    Unique Quality: Practically, if you are looking for a nice and clean hotel in the center, far away from the luxus you should find in a 5 stars hotel, then you should book here.

  • doug48's Profile Photo

    luxury

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    located in the old quarter the hotel pariz has an excellent location to see the major sites of prague. this 5 star hotel was built in 1905 but the rooms are modern and well appointed. the hotel pariz offers all of the amenities that you would expect from a first class hotel. located in the hotel is the excellent sara bernhardt restaurant.

    Directions: central prague, old town.

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    Art Nouveau, will empty the wallet

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    Lovely historic place, huge beautiful room, good people-watching, and decent food. But as sometimes happens in CZR not too friendly or helpful, and as sometimes happens in luxe hotels, everything will cost you. I'd recommend with qualifications only because I don't really know other hotels in the Old Town. But we had stayed earlier at a far more wonderful place and Hotel Paøíž suffered in comparison.

    On the newish side of old Stare Mìsto, the Hotel Paøíž (Paris) early 20th-c Europe Art Nouveau with especially beautiful accents. The main stairs are worth a climb all by themselves. Atmosphere is very grand hotel, if on a medium scale. Lobby is busy, sometimes with business travellers; this is a full-service hotel with facilities. To the left as you enter is a small lounge which serves good old Austro-Czech pastries and can accomodate late-night winding down. The breakfast buffet is extensive and good. The junior suite we stayed in had outstanding amenities incl huge shower and tub, plus 2d wc. Much more space than we expected--airy and high-ceilinged, with a nice courtyard view of apartments. One good touch--room had a very nice coffee-table book of Prague photos. Which you can take away for about 590Kc ($37 today 4.2008) if you don't want to take pictures yourself. Hotel Paris is around the corner from the Art Nouveau Municipal House and Powder Gate, and a fairly short, entertaining walk (3-5 minutes) to the Square. Far fewer crowds here too.

    Following is some unusual whining about money--if you're travelling to this place and with these exchange rates, you shouldn't be too surprised. But as noted the value seemed lower than expected compared to other places in Prague. Here are some reasons.

    For Americans. We wanted to iron our clothes after a long day on the road. As often happens there is no board in the room, but when we called housekeeping, we were informed that we could not use an iron or board, and that we would have to give our 4 shirts up to housekeeping for ironing at hotel-laundry rates. For those of you counting, 920Kc is about $58 (4.2008). Ow.

    On another front, breakfast buffet is not included, and sticker shock again: 1300Kc or $83 for two. Eat up!

    The spectacular U Zlaté Studnì in Malá Strana is slightly less expensive and worlds away in service, beauty, and magic. If you're going all out, esp. for romance, that would be the place to do it. Hotel Paris is okay.

    Directions: Almost any street east from the Old Town square will lead you there. Up the block north of the Municipal House.

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    A wonderful facede

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    The Hotel Pariz is located just few meters from the Old Town Square. It has got a wonderful Art Nouveau facade that show three people in traditional Czech suits. Over them there is a cupola.

  • Prague Art Nouveau and luxury

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    Location is just in the historic centre of Prague. We stayed there in the middle of October (weather just been nice) with my boyfriend and we got suite, which was cool, the bath tub was huge and bed very comfy.
    We tried out hotel Restaurant "Sarah Bernhardt" and great French menu. The hotel is expensive of course but worth of it. Overall Prague is very good option for weekend break.

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    Deco-ed out

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    I did not stay here but had friends who did and said they had a very good experience. I enjoyed a very nice cocktail in their Cafe which has a lovely atmosphere.

    Unique Quality: Historic charm. Near to the historic center as well as the main performing arts center.

    Directions: Prague 1

  • steedappeal's Profile Photo

    Decoed out

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    I did not stay here but had friends you did and said they had a very good experience. I enjoyed a very nice cocktail in their Cafe which has a lovely atmosphere.

    Unique Quality: Historic charm. Near to the historic center as well as the main performing arts center.

    Directions: Prague 1

  • Art Nouveau Splendor! Treat yourself!

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    The Pariz is in the center of old Prague. We took the train into Prague and took a cab from the train station to the Pariz (the only time we needed one of the cities notoriously "rip off" artists cabs, the hotel shuttled us back to the station at the end of the visit for MUCH less money). The Hotel Pariz looks like an Art Nouveau cruise ship from the street. We stayed there between Christmas and New Years's Eve 2003, we were upgraded to a bigger room with no extra cost. The Sarah Bernhardt restaurant was fabulous! Avoid the Czech wines though, stick with French. The front desk could not have been nicer. Everyone speaks fluent English and there were no problems. The hotel is expensive but worth every cent.

    Unique Quality: The room was nice, the bath tub was huge, room service was great, the mini bar was not even expensive. The lobby was beautiful, they always had out coffee, cookies and/or apples for the guests.

    Save up your pennies and treat yourself!

    Directions: The location is wonderful, you can walk out the door and be right on the start of an Art Nouveau walk in several guidebooks. In fact the hotel is a highlight on the walk. The national theater is next door with a breathtaking interior.

  • One of Pragues Best Hotels

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    I have just come back from a weekend in prague and stayed at this hotel.
    The decoration level of service and location are superb.

    Unique Quality: The art Nouvea building is an icon together with very close proximaty to the municiple hall which is another gem in its own right.

    Bathrooms are very modern and impecably clean.
    Staff are very friendly and most speak english which greatly assists.

    Directions: praha 1 old town

  • globetrott's Profile Photo

    another Art Nouveau juwel

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    Hotel Pariz ( obviously the Czech spelling for Paris ) is a lovely Art Nouveau building just next to the Municipal building and Powder tower.

    Unique Quality: This type of hotel is not really in my budget, but I always enjoy to have some coffe in such a great hotel-lounge, that is decorated in the very best Art Nouveau style.

    Directions: In a side street behind the Municipal building ( Obecni dum )

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Great Day/Short Trips from Prague???

by TrvlnGrrl

Just looking for ideas/opinions on places to visit that are within a couple hours train ride from Prague? We are thinking of getting a little apartment and want to use it as a base and then get away for 1-2 days to explore some smaller but also easy to travel in areas. Any info would be great! Thanks!

Re: Great Day/Short Trips from Prague???

by balcony2

Hello from Hood River!
Last summer I was in Prague and took a 2 hr bus tour south to Csesky Krumlov. It was a good reason to see the Czech countryside, which culminated in a tour of a colorful castle. Along the way, the tour guide pointed out the original Budweiser brewery, plus a bit of history and political wrangling over the ownership of the name.. Czech vs. USA. You can guess who won the contest for rights to the name!
There is also another town, I don't remember the name, that is NW of Prague, near the German border that is known for its spa. I heard good things but did not go.
Have you been to Prague before? Visiting 8 European cities in the trip, Prague was certainly my favorite...We stayed at the Hotel Pariz, kinda spendy, but wonderful!
Wishing you a great trip!
Alan

Re: Great Day/Short Trips from Prague???

by packtarl

Go to Kutna Hora. Only 1 hour by train. A beautiful town and a great place for a day out from Prague. Make sure you visit the bone church (15min walk from railway station. See it at www.kostnice.cz.

Re: Great Day/Short Trips from Prague???

by mbsimjam

There is TONS to do around Prague that is within 1 hour or so. As mentioned, Kutna Hora and Kostnice are great. Also, Karlstejn, Krivoklat (I think this one is about 2 hours by train away), and Konopiste are all great castles to visit. However, the open hours of these places may be different in the winter. Renting a car and travelling to South Bohemia, including Cesky Krumlov (UNESCO), Ceske Budejovice, and Holasovice (UNESCO) is also a great day trip. Visiting Terezin is another day trip you may consider, as well as the town of Telc (UNESCO), which would may also require car rental because of the train service to the area...I am not sure.

There are a ton of things to choose from. It is all up to you:)

Re: Great Day/Short Trips from Prague???

by Mikebb

Hi When in Prague we took the train to Kutn Hora approx an hour by train, a nice town with some history. Check out on VT to see whether it appeals , you are welcome to view my photos.

Good Luck,
Mike

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Address: U Obecniho domu 1, (formerly Hotel Pariz), Prague, Bohemia, 110 00, Czech Republic