Novotel Praha Wenceslas Square Prague

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

38 Katerinska, Prague, Bohemia, 12000, Czech Republic

6 Reviews

Hotel Novotel Praha Wenceslas Square
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  • Solo88
  • Business79
  • saleemg's Profile Photo

    Excellent service and great location

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    Had a great stay with family thanks to a pleasant team of hotel staff.

    Unique Quality: A well appointed hotel with a great team of staff who are pleasant, attentive, helpful and professional. Housekeeping is of high standards and the breakfast is quite sumptuous.

    Great location just next to the Pavlova metro station, main tram station just opposite and Wencelas square and old town attractions a walking distance.

    Directions: Next to Pavlova metro / Tram station

  • pakistanibrain's Profile Photo

    Hotel close to Wenceslas Square

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    The Novotel is a nice business-traveller oriented hotel in a good, central location in Prague. It is within walking distance to a metro station as well as the famous Wenceslas Square.

    Unique Quality: The variety at the breakfast buffet was fantastic.

  • WillieGib's Profile Photo

    A great central hotel

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    An excellent central hotel with full amenities. Within walking distance of Wenceslas square and only a few hundred metres away from the Pavlova tram station which links practically all stations in prague.

    Unique Quality: When arriving by train beware of taxis, who do not have regular fares to the hotel. They can charge you six times as much !!!!!!
    You can telephone the hotel front desk, and they will send a hotel taxi to pick you up for a fraction of the cost.

    Directions: 2 mins walk from Pavlova Tram Station and 5 mins walk from Wenceslas Square

  • amazingclick's Profile Photo

    Excellent Place

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    We ended up staying at Novotel after going to Jalta. At Euro 125 a night including taxes, the hotel was worth it. It was hardly a 5 minute walk from the center of town which is wecslav square as well as in a quiet neighborhood. Pricing was attractive and had a pool and a fitness center. There was not much of room service as generally novotel's are considered self service hotels and they charge you a bomb if you order room service. We were too of us and could manage on our own. On some shifts the reception people were a little rude I must add as we wanted bookings to the Paris Novotel also and it is clearly written over there to ask for it. They didnt help us much and finally when we reached paris there were no bookings made. Internet access is available for about 179 czech crowns for 1 hour through wifi. Expensive.

    Unique Quality: Near the center of town - only 5 minute walk, neat and clean accomodation, fitness center, pool

  • Applelyn's Profile Photo

    Excellent location

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    The room is clean and of a nice size. Food is excellent especially the breakfast is a good spread. The staff is friendly and efficient. The pool is nice but I didnt use it.

    Unique Quality: It is located about 10 mins walk to the metro station and 5 mins to tram station. Both transportation modes takes you to anywhere you want without paying for expensive cab fares.

    Directions: 1.P.pavlova metro station or tram no 22 or 23

  • gilabrand's Profile Photo

    As Good As It Gets (Almost)

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    I had my doubts about this place, but I must say, I was pleasantly surprised. While not housed in one of those beautiful historic buildings (in fact, I think it was the only ugly building I saw in all of Prague), Novotel Praha City turned out to be excellent value for money.

    Unique Quality: The place is super clean (I saw maids polishing the railings and even the underside of a flight of stairs in the garden outside the breakfast room), with 2 non-smoking floors (if you want a room on these floors, book early) and 2 rooms for the disabled.

    It has an attractive indoor pool (no charge for guests) with a wooden deck that is protected like some kind of family heirloom. You can't go inside the pool room with your shoes on, even for a peek. They give you special elasticized cloth coverings to put over your footwear!

    The buffet breakfast included in the price was excellent, with a large variety to choose from, even for those who don't eat meat. Outside the dining room is a small carpeted children's play corner with a game machine and a bunch of toys.

    Having said all these nice things, I found the service at the front desk below par. There was only one fellow who spoke passable English (and obviously, he wasn't always there), and the clerks went into a huddle every time I asked a simple question. Basically, the answer to all my questions was: "No, we not have this in Czech Republic." And I'm talking about things like a supermarket or a vegetarian restaurant....

    We had actually asked for a hotel within walking distance of the Old Jewish Quarter. Well, it is walkable, but a much longer walk than we anticipated.

    Directions: Katerinska is in the center of the business district, behind the National Museum.
    The hotel is down the block from the IP Pavlova metro station (pronounced "Eh Peh Pavlova"), and there is also a trolley nearby.

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Hotels in prague

by mossman

I am going to prague dec18 to 23 and would like to know the best location to stay. I have been told nearer to wenceless square the better, all i need is a 10 min walk to the main town, restaurants shops etc. I have a list, can anyone please point me in the right direction:

Corinthia Towers Hotel,
Corinthia Panorama Hotel,
Novotel Praha City,
Hotel Pyramida,
Acc-Nifos JULIS hotel,
Carol Hotel.
sorry i forgot to mention that i would prefer a swimming pool in nthe hotel.
Kind regards

RE: Hotels in prague

by gilabrand

Read my review of Novotel in Prague - it sounds like it would be right for you. It also has a very nice pool.

RE: Hotels in prague

by robine

We've stayed in the Pyramida, and don't really recommend it - a bit spartan, and a tram ride from the centre.

RE: Hotels in prague

by AnthonyNY

Hotel Axa also has a pool.

RE: Hotels in prague

by breenalison

I stayed at the JULIS. The apartments were modern and clean but a bit impersonal if you want the true Czech experience. The breakfast was pretty good and its right in the centre of Wenceslas Square. There is a sports centre underneath with swimming pool etc, although we didn't use this so I can't comment on that. I would stay there again, the Italian Restaurant next door was really good.

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Address: 38 Katerinska, Prague, Bohemia, 12000, Czech Republic