Park Inn Hotel Prague

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Svobodova 1, Prague, 12800, Czech Republic

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    An art deco gem

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    This hotel is located two blocks away from the Vltava River and Vysehrad Castle. It's a fine example of an Art/Deco facade and is in a building dating back to 1907. The hotel has 210 rooms, an all day restaurant as well as a lobby bar. The gym is very modern and offers views of historic buildings as well as the river. We utilized a combination of Radisson points + cash for our two day stay. Definitely worth it!!!

    Unique Quality: I am thrilled that we selected this hotel, granted it wasn't located downtown, but you had tram access which got you to the city center in minutes. Also, you can purchase a 24-Hour transit pass from the front desk. Service was top notch and the rooms were cozy. Free wi-fi always worked and room decor was very modern. Next time we visit Prague, we will definitely return.

    Directions: This 4 star hotel is located in Prague 2

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Amazing hotel

by TripAdvisor Member Khopdee

Park Inn, Prague is an amazing hotel.Brand new rooms, extremely comfortable, free parking and last but not the least, very curt and professional staff.
The hotel is not too far from the city center and can be reached by foot in less than 10 mins.
I will keep coming back to this hotel whenever i visit Prague.Highly recommended.

Fantastic Hotel

by TripAdvisor Member Em1972

I went away on a Hen weekend with the girls and we couldn't have asked for a better hotel to stay, all the staff are very friendly and helpful.
Although a little way out of town it was easy to get around with the help of Jan & Thomas who are the taxi drivers who work from the hotel. Thomas also does a city tour in a 1926 car is a must.
Looking forward to returning to the Park Inn Prague in the near future.

Excellent choice for a lovely vacation in Prague

by TripAdvisor Member KPOJutland

Me and my girlfriend were looking for a hotel with a high level of comfort and service to form the basis for vacation in Prague. And we were not disappointed.

Whenever we asked for help we got it - with a friendly smile.

Nice bar and restaurant too. Not the cheapest in Prague, but the quality was good. Especially the morning buffet.

One little downside: The "inside" parking were quite expensive - 20 euros per night.

Great Value

by TripAdvisor Member Leiladancer

A lovely boutique hotel with great service, great rooms and good location. It's not smack in the middle of the old city but there are several trams right outside the door that take you to the sights in 10 minutes. It was quiet in the room even though we faced the rail tracks. They have good soundproofing windows. All the amenities are there: room safe, good beds and linens, clean bathrooms, no funny smells, good buffet breakfast, no fuss, no muss. A worry-free stay. I'd highly recommend this. And it's great value for the money.

beatifull and comfortable hotel, we loved it

by TripAdvisor Member rotemosnat

Well designed, modern look, very clean, the staff was kind, breakfast was dellicious, the choice resturant in the hotel is very nice.
Good location, not too far from center.
We were really happy with our choice and we recommend it to others.

Great Hotel in great location

by TripAdvisor Member Eurofanwestsussex

I drove to Prague and the hotel is easy to find from the motorway. The first issue is that Prague has no free street parking, and a lot of the street parking is residents only or time limited. The hotel has some spaces next to the hotel at 200kn a night but they’re not reserved so if you leave it and someone takes your place then you’re stuck. The alternative is the car-park beneath the hotel at 500Kn a night. Having said that you don’t need a car in Prague. The hotel is in the Visyhad istrict of Prague and 10 minutes by regular tram to Wenceslas Square or Charles Bridge. The hotel sells day tickets which cost 100Kn and cover the whole of the Prague public transport system of bus, tram, underground, and the furnicular. The tram stop is on the river 500m from the hotel and 500m in the other direction there are shops (including Lidl), bars, and restaurants. It’s also a 10 minute walk from the hotel to the nearby fortress which most Prague tourists miss because it’s not in the city centre - but it is worth a visit. The Park Inn Brand is relatively new and it’s fresh, so a new Park Inn is excellent. The rooms are spacious and modern, well equipped, and quiet. The bathrooms have no baths but a large shower instead. Towels and toiletries fine. I didn’t eat dinner there but the breakfast was an excellent full cold and hot buffet and the quality and service was excellent as were the reception staff. The hotel costs Eur 91 a night and if I have one gripe it’s that I had to pay extra for Internet at Eur 8 a day in this Park Inn whereas some others offer it free. In summary a thoroughly excellent hotel.

value for money, great location, nice and modern

by TripAdvisor Member Ana_from_London

The hotel is not right in the city centre but it is not a problem to us. it is very easy to get to the main centre by tram. There is a tram stop few minutes walk from the hotel and it takes about 10 minutes to get to the city centre. the tram service is very frequent and there is one tram every 5 to 10 minutes. prague is really small so although the hotel is in Prague district 2, it doesn't feel far from the city.

the hotel is very good value for money. we paid about 60 euros per night and upgraded to buisness class room including breakfast and wireless internet. the hotel is clean and modern - not luxury type but good enough for many couples.

service is great too. reception staff is helpful. they knew it is our 10th year anniversary and gave us a bottle of wine for free.

breakfast is good with enough choices to keep you happy. staff at the restaurant can't speak much english though.

a good stay and would recommend if you don't mind to be 10 minutes away from the main city centre.

Wow! spacious rooms

by TripAdvisor Member anniebobWatford

We travelled to Prague in the summer with two young children. This hotel promised we could all stay in the same room. We had the largest room i have stayed in without paying for a suite. It was fantastic. Everything about the hotel and the room was beautifully clean and spotless, from the linen to the over-sized showers. Even the underground car park was spotless, smell free, with sensor lighting. Despite being a little bit out of the city centre, there are lots of trams that run very frequently from the bottom of the road and the children enjoyed the tram rides anyway! The staff were friendly and helpful and we enjoyed our stay immensely. We Would recommend hotel to anyone.

Excellent Hotel

by TripAdvisor Member shamovic

The hotel is situated in Prague 2, between Novo Mesto and Vysehrad. The location is excellent, everything is nearby. The Vysehrad castle and its amazing gardens are 10 mins walk away. The Staro Mesto is 20 minutes walk or 5 minutes by tram from the Vyton station. The rooms are nicely decorated with a very good shower and bathroom. The service is excellent and the breakfast is rich and tasty. Me and my girlfriend stayed there from 4/10-9/10 and we had one of our best vacations ever.

Best Price/Quality

by TripAdvisor Member AntwerpUtchi

This new Hotel has been nicely decorated in the style from the previous printing house. We found the interior design absolutely great. Rooms are spacious and they have great bathrooms. The fitness room was on the top floor with a nice view as it was full in glass.
All amanities were perfect and beds great! The reception staff was really helpfull for every request. Breakfast buffet had a wide choice, an ideal place for a city trip to stay.
Best Price / Quality !

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Old Town vs. Lesser Town?

by harperarh

I will be staying in Prague for three days at the end of August and am researching hotels. What is better old town or lesser town? I only have three days so I want to be located in a safe area that is easy to get to everything. I don't care about room service just looking for a standard room with a nice staff. Any suggestions?

Re: Old Town vs. Lesser Town?

by johngayton

There are no "unsafe" parts of Prague and so anywhere is as good as anywhere. If on a budget then perhaps the Mala Strana would have better deals and of course everywhere is easily accessible by the tram and metro. I'll leave you to do your own research.

Re: Old Town vs. Lesser Town?

by r13

I would not fix my choice to one of them - just look what is on offer. Old city and Mala Strana are safe all the same. Old City is more in the middle of "everything" so it is easier to get to the place of your choice, more of restaurants, cafes and noisy nightlife. Mala Strana is more "outside" of shopping and entertainment zone. In both Old City and Mala Strana you can find nice reasonable accommodation and overpriced tourist traps. Old City is bigger, so there are more hotels awilable.

Re: Old Town vs. Lesser Town?

by hundwalder

Any place you stay that is near a metro station or important tram line is easy to get to. The expensive hotels in the touristed areas that you mentioned just want you to believe that they offer you something better.

Re: Old Town vs. Lesser Town?

by doug48

i just returned from prague and there really is no difference between the two. lesser town and the old quarter will be the most expensive places to stay and eat in prague. central prague is very safe for tourists, the only problem is pickpockets. i would suggest new town (nove mesto) for a better value for hotels and restaurants. the sites of interest to tourists are not far away by walking, subway, or tram in central prague. the only place to avoid is the area around the train station. prague is a beautiful city, you will enjoy it. doug48

Re: Old Town vs. Lesser Town?

by Mikebb

Hi Both are just as good and you can easily get to most places on the public transport trams, bus & train. We purchased a 3 day transport pass, very cheap and saves the legs. Have a look at the hotel we stayed in great value Hotel St Jana,web sddress on my page.

Good Luck,
Mike

Re: Old Town vs. Lesser Town?

by tango_jd

I stayed in the lesser town last September and found it to be convenient, pleasant, quiet and safe.
Our hotel was the Hotel Atos (Excellent) and if you look-up where that is located (Melnicka) you will see that it was round the corner from the tram stops, a short walk to the Charles Bridge and Legions Bridge and near the Kampa which makes for a pleasant walk back in the evening or during the day.
There were bars and restauarants around although we tended to eat in the old town and stop off for a nightcap near the hotel.
We do lots of walking so we thought that everywhere was fairly close-by.
We walked to the funicular railway, went up to the tower and house of mirrors, before walking on to the castle.
In the evenings, the restaurants around that side of the bridge were lively and good value.

Re: Old Town vs. Lesser Town?

by harperarh

Thank you so much for all of your replies! All of your answers where very helpful and I'll keep you posted on where we decide!

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Address: Svobodova 1, Prague, 12800, Czech Republic