The hotel is very close to the metro station, which is 3 stations (5 to 10 mins) away from the main spots in Prague and near a shopping center. The rooms are spacious and clean and some have a small terrace. You can enjoy a very varied breakfast with organic and vegetarian selection. Internet works well too.
The only downside is the lack of parking options around the hotel since it's a crowded area, which will inevitably lead you to the hotel's private underground parking for a steep fee of 25 Euro/day - but then again, parking is very costly in Prague in general.
We had a wonderful stay at the Mamaison. It was a home away from home. The staff was very friendly and helpful and made our stay in Progue a delightful one. The room was fantastic, super clean and very quiet. We would definitely stay again.
What a wonderful place to stay! Directly next to major transport links and a Tesco, the apartment was convenient as well as incredibly clean and tidy, with all the facilities we could have asked for - including a lovely view across the city rooftops as we were on the top floor and had a very pleasantly unexpected balcony. Staff were friendly and helpful, including the block's front desk security staff who kindly were happy to take our key to pass on when we forgot to notify aparthotel Angel that we required early checkout. No issues or complaints whatsoever, would recommend to anybody and everybody.
Tourists come to this outlying westerly suburb to visit the Mozart Museum in the Villa Bertramka, where Mozart stayed as a guest of the Czech composer Dusek in 1787. Not long afterwards, Smichov’s vineyards and hopfields were replaced by factory chimneys. Today, many of these old industrial buildings have been converted into bars, shops and hotels for a fresh influx of residential settlers.