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Reviewed 20 February 2017 via mobile

The hotel is cheap. And your stay is exactly that...cheap. The hotel advertises on site parking, but when we checked in, they told us they didn't have parking near by, and we had to park on the street. It took us over 20 minutes to find a spot within a reasonable distance to the hotel (toting 2 kids and all our things around Brno just didn't seem super exciting). That irked me from the get go...that is always a requirement of mine while picking out hotels. Anywho...the room was meh. Small, not unpleasant per se, just simply meh. The shower was awful, sink drain didn't work, toilet wouldn't stop running and the pillows on the bed were basically small blankets thrown in a euro pillowcase. Breakfast was decent....included in the room price, so it's hard to complain! I probably wouldn't ever stay here again, but it served it's purpose for the one night we stayed.

Stayed: February 2017, travelled with family
Thank Luckyerm13
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Reviewed 20 February 2017 via mobile

We arrived around 1930 on a Sunday, the receptionist spoke decent enough English. Just enough to be generally not helpful and to tell us to park on the street since their parking was unguarded and farther from the hotel. We circled the "quiet street" for about fifteen - twenty minutes trying to find parking, watching the locals try to wedge their cars into spots that required them to climb out of their trunk. After losing out a few times, we finally scored a decent spot. Whoever took the pictures of the lobby did a good job. Both the desk and bar look like something tossed in last minute, furniture that was purchased because they thought they should have one. Actually all the furniture outside the actual room, including the bar and breakfast area, was of a lower quality then I use for my yard furniture, all plastic. The hallways are sensor lit but not in any useful way, especially on the stairs. The art they rave about is a few random pieces mixed throughout the lobby and stairwell, adds nothing and their placement is tacky. You can see well enough just generally annoying. The numbering is awkward and not properly labeled when you reach your floor. The rooms are small, living area probably being about 2-3 square meters. The carpet; they bought it from a foreclosed movie theater at some
point I guess. The flat screen, thirteen inch. They stuff a lot of furniture into that space. If you were solo it'd probably be more manageable. The bed was the worst on our most recent trip. Toilet barely flushes and then runs forever. Sink drain wouldn't open after being closed, had to pry it open. No shower head, just a sprayer and the hot water was lacking. Signs of excessive dust build up stuffed into cracks and mold growing on the caulking. All the light fixtures were filled with bugs. Not that the room was unsanitary just hadn't received a proper cleaning in quite some time. Nothing cringeworthy. We came there to sleep, whatever. Breakfast is served in the basement, nothing wrong with that. The selection was pretty good; typical European spread but with a few donuts and scrambled eggs. The quality wasn't highest but it was edible enough. We just needed food. They did have coffee, no creamer and the sugar dispensers were obviously not cleaned and the lid had to be unscrewed to get at it efficiently. We sat in the corner with the "circle of life" erotica art. Maybe I just don't get it. The place had a vibe of hostel with a bit more privacy.

Stayed: February 2017, travelled with family
Thank ScoutSheep
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Reviewed 29 January 2017

The hotel is situated in a good location near the center. It takes about 10 minutes walk to the downtown. The reception looks very simple, as well the coffee shop located in the same room. They don't offer an espresso in this coffee shop, You have to go elsewhere to get some. Good is, that next door is an thai restaurant, where they do have cofee from espresso machine. The hotel itself, the halls, staircase and elevator missing proper maintenance, but are not dirty. Better its with the rooms, which equipment its older, but acceptable. The breakfirts is including, it's very old style continental breakfast, but you don't leave hungry, only the coffee you must get from elsewhere. The hotel could use some renovations and redecorations aleso buy some equipment, like espresso machine. Overall an acceptable avarage, suitable for short stays.

  • Stayed: January 2017, travelled as a couple
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Thank Ondrej M
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Reviewed 19 January 2017

A straight forward large room. Everything you need. Good wifi, helpful staff. Brilliant street with a selection of eating places you dont have to trek into town. The centre is a shortish stroll away and it is a quiet road. What more could you ask for?

  • Stayed: January 2017, travelled as a couple
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Thank SeaChest2
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Reviewed 19 December 2016 via mobile

Used as a base for a winter sport weekend, hotel was perfect place to retire to at end of day.

Set in a quiet street near the university and theatre districts. Easy walking distance or short tram ride from the main station.

Buffet breakfast was varied and good start for the day. A couple of restaurants in the street for end of day, or a ten minute walk to old town and any type of food you could want.

Room was tidy, good size for a single, and well heated with option of air conditioning for warmer times.

Staff were friendly and helpful. Everyone I dealt with had a good understanding of English but appeared to appreciate any attempt at Czech.

Would be happy to come back if I find myself in Brno again.

Stayed: December 2016, travelled solo
Thank jaeger44
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