Ibis Praha Old Town

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Na Porici 5, Prague, Bohemia, 11000, Czech Republic

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Ibis Praha Old Town
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Average
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Poor
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Value Score Poor Value

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  • Couples92
  • Solo88
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  • pedroswift's Profile Photo

    Central Location

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    I have no problem recommending the Hotel Ibis Old Town Prague after a four night’s stay in May. Ibis “Old Town” is located in the historical district of Prague but the appellation “old” does not describe the building. It has 271 air-conditioned rooms with modern fit-out and matching amenities. The room we chose was typical of the chain…not huge but comfortable and quiet enough for our purpose.
    We were very happy with the buffet breakfast and the bar area providing drinks at the end of a hard day’s site seeing.
    For those burdened with a vehicle there is private undercover paid parking. We availed ourselves of the hotel’s limousine service to get to the railway station at the end of our stay (fixed price) and stowed our luggage in the secure area near reception for several hours after checking out. We had used a safety deposit box in the secure area during our stay to keep our valuables safe.
    Free Wi-Fi internet access is available in all hotel areas. A nice touch was the ability to book Opera (and other events) tickets at reception.
    The Metro station (náměstí Republiky) is only a short walk away and the tram passes in front of the hotel so we used both methods to see the city sights as well as “shank’s pony”. Only a couple of hundred metres away is Municipal House, a fine concert hall with attendant indoor/outdoor restaurant (s): a must for lovers of Art Nouveau style. We seemed to gravitate there around lunch time each day.
    Shopping? Yes! Madam was impressed by the nearby modern shopping complex - the Palladium. There is a very secure ATM requiring entry into a locked area with one’s credit card at a bank about 100 m away towards the square. As a matter of fact, we felt very safe walking the streets both day and night in this part of Prague.

    All in all a very enjoyable stay.

    Unique Quality: We were delighted with the overall quality and cleanliness of the room. The staff were extremely obliging. We would not hesitate to stay again next visit to Prague.

    Directions: Approximate Lat & Long: N 50° 5' 20.22'' E 14° 25' 48.94''

  • CatherineReichardt's Profile Photo

    Central, affordable and comfortable

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    I stayed at the Hotel Ibis in the Old Town during my last visit to Prague in June 2008.

    It is an unspectacular hotel which I suspect is almost identical to Ibis hotels worldwide: however it offers value for money and an excellent location, which is what really matters. And, unless you're coming to Prague for a romantic getaway, you shouldn't be spending much time in your bedroom anyway!

    The hotel is only a couple of minutes walk from the Municipal House (my favourite building in Prague) and is close to tram routes and the main railway station, as well as a short walk into the Old Town - the website quotes 5 minutes to Wencelas Square and the Old Town Square, which would probably require that you set forth at a brisk trot, but nevertheless it's an easy and very attractive stroll which would be safe even late at night. It is also just down the block from a rather swanky new shopping complex which may appeal to those intending to indulge in a little retail therapy.

    The rooms are small but clean and modern, and despite being there in a heatwave, the air conditioning worked well.

    The buffet style breakfast was varied and plentiful, and would set you up well for a heavy day of sightseeing.

    Overall, excellent value for money, and a good choice.

  • A short walk to the Old Town

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    We were at the hotel for two nights. The hotel was comfortable and service was generally fairly good. Free internet service was available in the lobby and and a bar was located just down the steps.

    The views from our room were not impressive, as they looked onto another part of the hotel. The hotel's layout is a bit convoluted, as it sort of seems like a labyrinth. However, the room was a nice size for two people, with sufficient space. Air conditioning worked quite well.

    The hotel resturaunt was nice, however, since we were part of tour, we were limited to a specific meal time. It was a nice buffet, with several options available.

    The hotel is located in easy walking distance of the Old Town, as it sits right on the edge of the Old Town. The front of the hotel formed the the boundary of a pedestrian zone. The two nearest sites of interest were the Powder Tower and the Municipal Building.

    Directions: On border of Old Town

  • Cristian_Uluru's Profile Photo

    To sleep just 200 meters from the Old Town Square

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    Ibis Praha Old Town opened in April 2006. The hotel is located in a nice place just 200 meters from the Old Town Square and50 meters from the Powder Tower.It has got 271 rooms with LCD televison, phone and wi-fi connection. The continental breakfast is very good: you can choose among a great variety of food!!!

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!st visit to Prague

by TripAdvisor Member JAWales

My friend and I recently stayed at the Ibis Old Town and would recomment it. The location was only a few minutes walk from the Old Town square and, as other people have said there is building work going on next door but this did not bother us at all. The staff were friendly and the rooms were very clean with comfy beds and a really good shower. The breakfast was also very good and was served from 6.30 - 12.00 (some people obviously sleep very late whilst on holiday!!) Somebody else had posted a comment that they had found the staff in the restaraunt a bit slow - we did not find this to be the case and as plates/baskets of food started to run low they were promptly replaced. We found a lovely little restaurant just off the Old Town Square called 'Mamma Lucy' that served Mexican and Pasta dishes and would recommend this to anyone. We were extremely impressed with Prague it is a very beautiful city and well worth a visit.

J Anderson

Great Service, Noise ruins it . . .

by TripAdvisor Member dtk2007

Stayed at the Ibis old town. The construction next door starts at 7AM and lasts until 7PM - the noise was unbearable one morning so they moved us to the other side which made a big difference. It was loud drilling, banging - jackhammer sounds (and I am on vacation for god's sake!!!). The rooms are small - a triple is too small for 3 adults. They say all rooms are the same size but they have a select number of suites which are one room - but bigger (basically the size of an average double room in the US which tend to be larger than euro. rooms). Location is good - 5 min walk to the old town square, but on a street that is not aesthetically pleasing (fine for us as it was actually nice to not be on a tourist hell street)!

The positives:
-Excellent Service - they handled my issue within 10 minutes - offered to put me up in another hotel.
-Cleanliness - place was clean, well kept.
- Price - reasonable

Negatives:
-small rooms (fine for 1 person or a cozy couple)
-construction noise - unbearable some mornings - if you sleep past 7am, you will be unhappy.

not impressed

by TripAdvisor Member JanFonda

I just spent a week at the Ibis Old Town and while it's not the worst
hotel I've ever stayed at, I was seriously unimpressed by their service. First of all, reception staff most of the time wouldn't talk
to or even look at guests unless spoken to directly. I know it's Central Europe, but still.... Bathroom had no tub, only shower, there
was no minibar, no coffee maker, no complimentary anything. As I was in town for a conference I had hoped to get some work done in the evenings, but was quite shocked to find out that internet access (which I as well as many others had thought would be free) cost a whopping 6 Euros an hour. Thanks for not telling us on the website. I feel that I could have gotten a better room for the same price, or at least a cheaper room of the same quality.

On the positive side, the hotel is very conveniently located near the Old Town, but also close to "normal" shops and restaurants. It was also very quiet despite the construction work that was done nextdoors.

Excellent location and hotel

by TripAdvisor Member Group4people

Stayed in this hotel for 3 nights over Easter. Although building work is going on next door we did not hear any noise although they were working over Easter. We stayed in non smoking rooms. Very clean, bathroom only had a shower, no bath which we knew before we arrived but this was excellent. Room decor and bedding was first class. Excellent choice of breakfast (we booked inclusive rate), staff were quick to clear tables and stock up on buffet table.

Did not use the restaurant on an evening but did use the bar area. Very good service. Safety deposit boxes were available at no extra charge. Storage of luggage was also available.

Hotel was in a very convenient position for walking to the Old Town Square, no need to use other transport.

Would definately use again.

Clean and comfortable

by TripAdvisor Member Twopeds

Not the cheapest hotel in the area but well worth paying a little extra. My room was immaculately clean and comfortable and the bathroom and shower were luxurious. The location is perfect for all the central sights.

Building work wakes you every morning, 19th May 2007

by TripAdvisor Member davmac007

Good location, nice hotel - BUT BE WARNED they have a major building site next door and the drilling starts early in the morning, it vibrates through the hotel bedrooms and is very very annoying. You will not get good nights sleep. I am staying 16th May till 20th May 2007

If you complain they will mpve you to a different room, but do you need the hassle?

Would advise a different hotel until the work stops.

Other than that the hotel is nice..

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Address: Na Porici 5, Prague, Bohemia, 11000, Czech Republic