Stayed here during New Year. The room was big and comfortable, and we had a good view of the fireworks from the attic window. The place is a bit shabby (although some might say romantic), but a good value. We explored Zizkov: an interesting, historically working-class neighborhood. Every restaurant and bar we checked out nearby was excellent, and cheaper than in the center.
I developed a very bad cold in Prague, that required tissues on demand. Sad fact is, I ran out. The receptionist at Victoria gave me her own tissue pack to ease my discomfort. What brilliant service. I hope the owners give her a raise in salary. Great hotel. Very happy.
The recently opened elegant hotel, has got an excellent location, only 15 minutes walk from Prague*s main boulevard Wenceslas …More
"It was a nice hotel for the money, a good value."
We stayed there eight days and had no problems. We were on the road two of those days after renting a car. The hotel is on a quiet street only two blocks from a bus stop which was a ten minute ride to the city center. They provided an adequate breakfast and the serving staff was friendly unless you came late. The two guys at the reception desk were helpful and friendly--the one female not so much. The room was clean and was fine for us because we would leave about nine in the morning and not come back until after nine at night, basically we slept there and cleaned up there. I would stay there again.
Traveller from Salem, Oregon
The 3 star hotel Aron offers accommodation in a total of 49 twin and single rooms and some of the rooms can be used for …More
The hotel itself is lovely, great location with tram stop a minute walk away that takes you straight into town, the staff are helpful and rooms are clean & tidy. Its about a 20-30 minute walk from town but with the tram its only a 5 minute ride and the trams come along every few minutes anyway. The only downside I had was they didn't have double rooms, we booked a double room and when we got there we had 2 singles pushed together with 2 lots of single bedding. We went to reception and were told that is a double, they don't have double beds. That is my only reason for not giving 5*, if I book a double I expect a double.
Traveller from England
Cosy hotel, recently renovated, located near the city centre within walking distance from the Wenceslas Square and other …More
Great location -- a neighborhood with a number of pubs and restaurants where locals hang out, not touristy and giving you a sense of normal life in Prague. The staff is great and the rooms have more than a regular hotel room offer. Clean and newly renovated. A great choice for someone who likes to explore more than the typical touristy spots.
Our recently constructed apartments are within walking distance of the historic city centre (800 metres) and offer excellent …More
Named after the Hussite leader Jan Zizka, winner of a historic battle against invading forces in 1420, this is an eastern suburb. A huge equestrian statue commemorates Zizka on Vitkov Hill, where the Communist-era National Monument (1927–32) symbolizes the Czech struggle for independence. Franz Kafka and the anti-Communist martyr Jan Palach lie buried in the extensive Olsany Cemeteries.