Mercure Centre

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Na Porici 7, Praha 1, Prague, Bohemia, 11000, Czech Republic

4 Reviews

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Good For Couples
  • Families91
  • Couples95
  • Solo90
  • Business85
  • booloukas's Profile Photo

    How much?

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    this hotel was a great find, very reasonable for 11 girls from work. Rooms modern, comfortable and very clean, we couldnt believe our great choice as so cheap, and we are a little fussy!
    A great location, close to old square and tram

    Unique Quality: Price

  • Excellent Hotel in a superb location

    by

    The Mercure Old Town is located in a superb location, very close to the Old Town and in walking distance from Wenceslas Square and Charles Bridge (approx. 1.5 km). The hotel itself is new, modern and managed by very attentive and friendly staff. It seems to attract a fair share of business but aswell leisure travellers. The only issue arised with the TAXI - transfer from the airport which was reserved with the hotel but somehow got forgotten, a discount for the return-transfer to the airport was granted by the hotel. Overall an excellent base for "walking-the-city".

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    Friendly service, simply elegant

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    i stayed for two nights. when i arrived, the reception was really friendly and extremely nice. i went out late that evening and when i came back, the night staff were two big bouncer looking guys i would be scared to mess with but dressed professionally and friendly. breakfast came with the reservation, which was good and filling. simple, but very tastey.

    Unique Quality: clean bedrooms. comfortable beds. not to big. nice lobby with lots of comfortable chairs/sofas to lounge in.

    ohhhh...and the sunday breakfast was great. warm fresh crossiants, fresh juices, hot scrambled eggs and bacon and sausages, etc etc etc...

    Directions: right near metro namesti republiky

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    A bit special

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    After my first visit to Prague I found this place. As a reult of staying there once I have been back several times. If you shop around the internet and their home site you will find good deals.

    It is a 4.5 start hotel (whatever that is) and feels it from the moment you walk in the door. Apart from the faithfully restyled interior the staff are great, the rooms are beautiful - all told you feel well looked after.

    The hotel has its own taxi service which you can book at reception.

More about Mercure Centre

Stare Mesto Square

by Tom_Fields

The Stare Mesto, or Old Town, is built around a beautiful central square. The center of it is the beautiful 14th century Old Town Hall, with its Astronomical Clock. This clock was built in the 15th century by Mikulas of Kadan. Every hour, the Procession of the Apostles appears along the top of this clock. It's definitely worth the wait.

Across the square is the 18th century Baroque Church of St Nicholas. Just beyond, towering over the square, is the imposing Church Our Lady of Tyn. Dating from the 15th century, this is the best example of Gothic architecture in the Stare Mesto.

This square has seen much of Prague's colorful history. In the 15th through 17th centuries, religious heretics were executed here. In 1945, residents greeted the Soviet troops who had taken the city from the Germans. But 23 years later, they stoned Soviet tanks with Molotov cocktails as they came to end the Prague Spring (the liberal movement). In 1990, this was the scene of the Velvet Revolution, when the Czech people dissolved their ties with the Warsaw Pact and became independent.

Great Location

by TripAdvisor Member Bouff

I booked this Hotel as part of an Air Miles package so it is difficult to compare on a price basis. I did look at other Hotels but opted for the Mercure in view of its location. I am glad I did as it was within easy walking distance of Old Town Square as well as being close to a Metro station. We got everywhere very easily.

The Hotel staff were excellent, particularly Pavla, the concierge, with whom I exchanged e-mails before we left. She was so helpful and arranged the Hotel Taxi to meet us at the airport. Even though our flight was an hour late the taxi was waiting for us. Breakfast was very busy but again the staff were impressive and everything was dealt with most efficiently and with happy smiling faces.

I would highly recommend this Hotel. Even though it is a chain operation, they seem to have got every thing right.

Fantastic stay

by A TripAdvisor Member

My Fiancee and I went to Prague for a short break and to be honest we weren't sure what to expect of Prague and of the Hotel.
However the Hotel was in an excellent location, and certainly lives up to its 4 stars. The staff were friendly and helpful, the accommodation was perfect and the evening meal was excellent.
We will definitely be back next year!

Lovely Hotel

by A TripAdvisor Member

We have just returned from a weekend in Prague staying at the Mercure Hotel. When reading the reviews I was a little anxious as some reviewers said that the rooms were small and hot. Our room was lovely - a good size and the temperature was easy to control. The hotel is in an ideal location, was beautifully decorated and the staff were both helpful and friendly. Food was great. I would stay there again and would recommend it to my friends.

Perfect

by TripAdvisor Member English

I stayed 2 nights with a group of 5 friends. The hotel is within easy walking distance of the Old Town and all the public transport systems. The staff were superb and the breakfast was great. We were all very impressed. There is some noise from a large building site next door although it wasn't a major problem and wouldn't stop me staying here again.

As previous reviewers have mentioned - the shower is fantastic!

There is a Thai massage centre en-route to the Old Town which is up a couple of flights of stairs and the first impressions were a bit seedy - don't be put off, the massage is very good and it was great after being cooped up on a flight.

Great Central Hotel

by A TripAdvisor Member

A relative newcomer to Prague and a hotel that I've no doubt will soar in poularity.
A 2 minute stroll takes you to the main shopping drag and, Wenceslas Square, Old Town Square and Charles Bridge are all within a pleasurable stroll through Pragues enticing streets.
Rooms were nicely furnished with ample space and more importantly-comfortable.
Tastefully decorated throughout it's public areas, the bar was very warm and welcoming whilst the dining areas appeared very classy without being too upmarket.
Staff were polite and helpful and I thoroughly enjoyed my stay here.
A perfect business and short stay hotel although if I had a critisism it would be the high cost of eating or, drinking here relative to Pragues multitudes of other fine restaurants and bars!
Nevertheless, a small price to pay should you so require.

Forum Posts

Taxi from Airport to City

by kop-queen

Can anyone tell me roughly how much would a taxi cost from the airport to Hotel Century Old Town, Na Porici 7,Prague 1

Re: Taxi from Airport to City

by r13

Take authorized taxi in front of terminal and it should not cost more than 500 CZK (day time)= equivalent to around 20 EUR

Re: Taxi from Airport to City

by packtarl

How many persons are in your party? Cedaz minibuses operate from outside departures and charge a fixed rate to any hotel in the city centre. This is a cheaper option than a taxi if divided between a few friends. Also have you considered public transport? Very cheap and easy to get into the centre.

Re: Taxi from Airport to City

by kop-queen

Thanks to all,

having read quite a few warnings about street taxis so have prebooked a shuttle taxi which seems quite reasonable between us. Have used something similar in the US and that worked well so hope this is as good.

x

Re: Taxi from Airport to City

by ramot418

I've been to Prague 3 times and always use public transport from the airport - very cheap, especially if you are buying one of the public transport passes for unlimited travel anyway (good to and from the airport as well).

Take (regular city) bus no. 119 from one of the platforms in front of the terminal building to the end of the line - the Dejvicka metro station - and from there very easily via metro to almost anywhere you'd want to go in Prague.

Re: Taxi from Airport to City

by r13

I agree with the statements about efficiency/price of the public transport, but you should realise, that sometimes there are reasons for taking taxi.

Some people have health issues or havy luggage (or many pieces of it) - to get to "Na Porici 7" one must take stairs down to Metro at "Dejvicka", then either tow luggage down the stairs again in "Mustek" station in order to change the metro line or have to walk over 1 km....

Re: Taxi from Airport to City

by kop-queen

We have returned safely having had a wonderful visit. It is a beautiful city. Shuttle transfer was perfect and the driver very helpful particularly to a couple of the other passengers who found they had to switch hotels on arrival. He waited for them to get the details and then took them to their new one. Can't recommend them highly enough. https://www.prague-airport-transfers.co.uk

My husband has restricted mobility so we try to save him as much walking as possible when we can - saving him for the sight seeing! He will be suffering for a few more days now as we did a lot of hiking about but it was well worth it. Thankyou to all you VTers who replied to my questions

Re: Taxi from Airport to City-Why not the EXPRESS bus?

by aktravlr

Prague Airport to Centrum taxi travel has lost some of its "RipOff" reputation; however, for the CZ Koruna equivalent of one or two US dollars, there's an express public transit bus which runs every 15 minutes to the heart of downtown.
Just ask any info person at the airport; they pickup curbside.

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Address: Na Porici 7, Praha 1, Prague, Bohemia, 11000, Czech Republic