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Assenzio

4.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Stayed here for 3 nights during a 3 week interrail around Europe. Stayed on the 5th floor, attic room but this was fine for us. Paid £136 for 2 people for 3 nights. Although at first a little out of the centre, we grew to like the area. It was recognisably lower priced area than the old town square. Couldn't fault the rooms for the piece. Breakfast included was a little repetitive but beans on toast for breakfast was fine for us. Clean, friendly staff and nice rooms. Thanks Assenzio.

small rooms, the brekfest is the same every day and not tasty at all. we came to prague to get married and we asked to bring brekfest to our room on the day of our wedding and they said they dont have such service which was an unpleasant surprise. very mediocre.

I booked 3 nights at this hotel with my wife, sister and her boyfriend, for a city break. All 4 we were very pleased about the rooms - comfortable, clean and warm with spacious and good looking bathrooms. At the check-in, the stuff from reception offered us a map and indications for places to visit and how to go there. The breakfast was tastefully and rich. I didn't mind it is served at basement, it was ok for me. The location of the hotel is not far from centre - we used metro just twice in 4 days. Overall, considering the price paid, i can say it's an excellent price-quality hotel.

I stayed in a Standard double - a very large, comfortable bed, mini-bar, wardrobe, a safe and a newly fitted-out shower, bidet, toilet and modern sink. Free wifi is available throughout the hotel free. A hair-dry is fitted and an iron/board is available on request. Breakfast buffet is plentiful, a good choice of hot or cold in a comfortable restaurant-style setting and is served for 3 hours between 7:30am and 10:30am. My room was very clean with a daily maid-service. There's a 24hr reception and, without exception, all were friendly, polite and easy to communicate with. Be aware though that a bit of walking will be required as the hotel is about 25 min walk from the Old Town and a 10 min walk to the nearest metro stop (I P Pavlova). There are a couple of small mini-supermarkets within walking distance but they're very expensive with limited fresh produce. A taxi to and from the centre will cost a minimum of 350kr so maybe a walk into town is to be recommended with a taxi back after a long day sightseeing!

This is an okay hotel. Definitely NOT a 4*~a reasonable 3*. Been refurbished, but a bit of a botch job. Air Con is awful and completely inadequate. Not a bad location. Staff not particularly friendly or helpful and most things seem to be as if you are disturbing them. Customer service is not top of their list. Breakfast room is in basement and is in a nice setting and reasonable quality.

What so many people dont seem to take into consideration when leaving reviews on here is the price paid? I have visited Prague on over 50 occasions during the past 10 years, and its becoming rather expensive for accommodation these days due to its popularity.. i just spent 2 nights at The Assenzio, for my first visit and thought it was exceptional for the price paid. Its an old and charming hotel,full of charm and character in a very nice neighborhood. I can assure you that it is not easy to find Hotels (or even Hostels) at this price in Prague these days. And maybe i was just lucky, but i had a super room on the second floor. Everything worked, Wi-fi was fine and the entire hotel was very charming, comfortable and clean. Room had a tall ceiling, double bed, bath and shower, tv, and room was good size. Also it had A/C whch was essential due to an outside temperature of 30 plus. The breakfast served (which was included in the price ) was great....Ok, so it isnt a 5 star Hotel, but the cost reflects that!!! I will be VERY happy to return.

I visited Prague, and stayed at Assenzio, at the end of April. I was in town for a conference which was held at the Prague Congress Centre, so this hotel was in an ideal location, just across the valley from the Centre, it was a 10 minute walk. Check-in/-out was all very good and acceptable. I had a room on the second floor. The room was quite spacious, the decor was a bit dated, but the bathroom seemed to have been renovated quite recently. Be careful with the shower guard, as the seemed to be a break in the sealing towards the bottom of my rooms, so I caused a little flood in the bathroom whilst showering. Breakfast was not served early enough, I think it was from 7.30 onwards. Unfortunately for most people visiting Prague on business, this is too late to start serving, so I had to miss breakfast throughout my stay. In addition, the lack of a kettle, tea and coffee in the rooms themselves was very annoying. The WiFi here is absolutely terrible, so do not expect to get a decent stable connection. I measured the speed once and it was 0.5 Mbits download. This seriously needs an update.

The location of the hotel is great, very close to Wenceslas Square. That's however the only great thing I can say. The room I was given should be rather in a hostel but definitely not in a four star hotel. It was not dirty or something but it was pretty much just a place to sleep, no other equipment and no space at all. A little desk, no chair (and no space for it). The bathroom was good; it was refurbished and there was enough space you would expect from a bathroom. The room was on a ground level so the curtains had to be on if you wanted to have some privacy. At the end I felt like in a chimney. The personnel was not bad and the breakfast was not bad either. Due to the reviews and pictures I can see here I think that the hotel is probably not too bad and I just had bad luck. I frankly don't understand the management why they keep these shaming rooms in the hotel. I encourage all travelers to reject rooms on a ground floor if they decide to come and stay in the hotel.

I arrived at the hotel late at 1:30am due to delayed flight. When I arrived I couldn't get in. I kept ringing the bell and after some time member of staff opened. That made me so worried I will have to find alternative accommodation at that hour. This was not a good start to my visit to Czech republic. The receptionist could hardly speak Czech or English (i pressume he was italian) and I am a native Czechoslovak. It took 20mins to check in! Once I got to my room I found it clean and presentable but the room was freezing, outside temperature was 6C in May and it felt the same in the room and the heating was not working. My bed was made up of two very thin pillows and a bed sheet instead of a duvet. Luckily there was a spare single duvet in a wardrobe and a spare pillow and the good thing was I was on my own otherwise my partner would have to sleep under the sheet only. Room decor and furniture is very dated and shabby. Bathroom was nice, there was a 2xmini soap bars, 2x sachets shampoo, 2x sachets shower gel and 2x hair cap as well as a 2 rolls of toilet paper. And towels. The breakfast is served from 7:30am which does not help as I had to leave at 7am for my arranged appointments. So I had to go hungry. There is no kettle or hot drinks in the room, no food service and wifi is very slow. I couldn't do my work there, I had to go to local cafe. The TV menu is in italian. And smoking is allowed downstairs so the hotel is very smelly. I would not return to this hotel even if it was free. My bad choice.

My family stayed here for four nights and we were all pleased with our stay. Rooms are of a good size, were modern and clean with our rooms looking over the side street that did not get much noise at night. * The staff were all helpful and efficient but not very friendly. * The hotel is not very close to major public transport stops. It is about an 8 minute walk to IP Pavlova Station. As a group of 4 we found it more economical to use Uber to get around. * The bedding is quite poor. Only two thin pillows were provided in our room and when I asked the receptionist for two more I was told that the hotel was fully booked and she could only find one more, which I gave to my partner. The duvet provided was two individual thin quilts. Overall, I did not sleep well at this hotel. * The hotel has a small bar that is staffed by the receptionist when needed. * Breakfast is really good. It is included in all rates and is served in a lovely vaulted, exposed brick basement. There is plenty of choice of hot food, cheese and meat, cereal and cake for everyone to choose from. Breakfast here will really set you up for the day. * The rooms are bright, spacious and modern. We had two windows and a really high ceiling, good AC and a desk with a mini bar plus plenty of power outlets. * The bathroom was a good size with a full bath and good shower, bidet, large sink and mirror. * Wifi in this hotel is completely free, sign in free and is fast.

Wenzigová 3 Prague

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Czech National Museum and Wenceslas Square
  • Free continental breakfast
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Onsite dining

Assenzio places you in Nove Mesto, within a leisurely stroll of popular sights such as Czech National Museum and Wenceslas Square. This 69-room, 4-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like free breakfast, a restaurant, and free in-room WiFi. It's in central Prague and also close to Old Town Square and Prague Castle.


Dining

Start your day off right with a free continental breakfast, served each morning from 7:30 AM to 10:30 AM. Sit down for a leisurely bite to eat at the onsite restaurant, or enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service.


Rooms

Assenzio's 69 rooms are soundproofed and provide minibars, laptop-compatible safes, and phones. Guests can expect free WiFi and 21-inch LCD TVs with cable channels. Select Comfort beds sport Egyptian cotton sheets and down comforters, and bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries. Desks are also included.


Property features

At Assenzio, guests have access to free WiFi in public areas, a computer station, and express check-in. If you drive, self parking is CZK 750.00 per night, or you can take advantage of the airport shuttle (available 24 hours) for CZK 750 per vehicle one way. The front desk has multilingual staff on hand 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage.

Room options

Standard Single Room

Queen 1 | Sleeps 1

Junior Suite

Full 1 | Sleeps 4

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

76% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 538 reviews