This quirky hotel is close to the centre of town but in a quiet side street. An excellent location. Our room was comfortable with table and chairs and a leather sofa. There were windows on two walls so it felt light and spacious. Lots of Dali prints. A shower rather than a bath. Wifi was free within the hotel but we had to go into the corridor to get a signal.
The hotel was built around a central courtyard. There was a restaurant on the ground floor, which had a Spanish theme. Gaudi type tiles on the floor. A free drink each was offered each night. Food was good and excellent value. There was also a travel information office in the hotel. The guy there was incredibly helpful and suggested a trip out to Vysehrad. He provided us with maps and planned a route to suit us using metro.
Several reviews mention taxi rides to the airport. The journey via bus and metro is quick and easy costing about £2 each way. Tickets for the 100 bus can be bought from the kiosk opposite the arrival gate. You'll get enough change for the metro later. Ask for the yellow metro route and you'll get instructions for the right bus stop. It is just outside. This takes you to Zlicin. Then take the metro to Namesesti Republiky. The hotel is just around the corner and takes less than 5 minutes to walk.
All in all a very comfortable hotel. Right location, atmosphere and price!!
- Also Known As:
- Salvator Hotel Prague
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hotel Salvator belongs amongst Prague’s Listed Historical Buildings. Therefore it represents true Prague Town life with all the historical elements.The Czech architects have kept the character of the Old Town building by setting the rooms around the inner garden courtyard with labyrinthine restaurant extending along the ground floor and Gothic cellars.Direct access on foot to all the major parts of magic Prague together with the quality services offered by the hotel create an easygoing stay for both business and leisure travellers.Hotel Salvator is located directly in the historical city centre in quiet Truhlarska Street, which leads to Namesti Republiky (Republic Square). There are important historical monuments at Namesti Republiky; the Powder Tower (Medieval Gates to Prague’s Old Town) and the Municipal House (Art Nouveau Gallery House) from the balcony of which the independence of Czechoslovakia was announced in October of 1918.With the new spirit of the developers of the 21st century Prague’s biggest shopping mall “Palladium” opened in the neighbourhood of the hotel. ... more less
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