Hotel Ehrlich only cost us about £60 each for 3 nights so I wasn't sure what to expect, but the reception area was lovely, with very friendly staff. Breakfast area was very pleasant - basic food but it's still nice to have a bowl of cereal & a coffee included! (Czech pastries were bizarre though) The room again was basic, hand held shower and no kettle or anything but clean with comfy beds and a safe. My one issue was that Expedia offered a hotel transfer for a certain price, but when I emailed the hotel they said it would be more than twice as much, so be aware that it is advertised incorrectly (we booked a shuttle independently in the end) The hotel is about a 30-40 minute walk from the Old Town Square which we were happy to do every day, but I believe there is public transport and it's very cheap.
All in all Prague is a beautiful city and I would stay at Hotel Ehrlich again!
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
On entering the room I noticed that parts of the carpet were stained - which gives a bad impression - but in fact the room and bathroom were clean and comfortable. The room size is not spacious but it is quite satisfactory and the air conditioning is effective. Overall it is a reasonable hotel to stay in, with very pleasant and helpful reception staff. I was rather disappointed with the breakfast - the boiled eggs were liquid and the orange juice tasted like water. The location is very convenient. Tram 9 outside takes you quickly into the centre.
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.