Assenzio4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
We stayed for 3 nights after travelling by train from Budapest, the room was on the top floor, plenty of space and a nice bathroom. Reception staff were helpful and the breakfast offered a good choice. Like the rest of Prague it was very clean, as a base it was very good.
I chose this hotel as a location within walking distance of Prague Congress Centre, but also within easy reach of city bars and restaurants and wasn't disappointed. It's about 15-20 minutes walk to the Congress Centre across the viaduct (east / left as heading to Congress Centre side only at the moment as the footpath on the other side is currently closed). It's also about 5 minutes walk to the I.P. Pavlova metro. The reception staff were helpful and friendly, the room was well appointed and comfortable. There is a good selection of hot and cold food at the breakfast.
Reception staff very pleasant and helpful. Room small with a small window near the floor with bars over them and a veluxe window in ceiling. Badly marked walls. Beds comfortable .Bathroom was good except that in shower cubicle there was no place to put your shower gel etc. I was looking forward to breakfast, as their are lots of reviews here on trip advisor stating it was good. However food had obviously been there a long time. When I asked very politely for fresh eggs, the head waiter scowled at me, saying they are fresh, and walked away .He was obsessed with keeping the buffet area clean and tidy, which is admirable if the food is fresh, and he was not wiping his nose with his hand at the same time. Gross ! The only member of breakfast staff that was at all pleasant was the only female member of staff on duty. Orange juice had run out at 9.45 a.m, although service was till 10.30. Head waiter ignored my request for it to be topped up, but female waitress did manage to have some more delivered. Other waiters stood about looking bored and yawning. I have stayed in Prague seven times now, and this was my least favourite hotel.
I chose this hotel as it was close to the metro and close to where I was working for the week it was reasonably priced. The hotel is in a lovely building but the area is busy with traffic. There is a hospital close to the hotel so if your room is facing the street it could be noisy. The Metro is a 5 minute walk away the IP Pavlova, 1 stop to Wenceslas square (muzeum tram stop) It's 24 kc for a ticket that lasts 30 minutes travel on metro, tram and bus or 32 kc for a ticket that lasts 90 minutes. Metro come almost every minute or two you will not be waiting long. The room I had was large, looking onto a courtyard not anything to see but I was happy it was quiet. I didn't book the hotel for a room with a view. The room was clean and serviced every day. A mini bar which I didn't use. The tv has news stations in a lot of languages. The breakfast had a decent selection. Cereal, breads, eggs, bacon, sausage, mushrooms, juices, selection of teas and coffee and also something sweet in various cakes. The staff were fine when you interacted with them. I would stay here again but only for the price if I could get somewhere closer to the old town for the same price I would take it.
Not a good experience there. We were gone as a family, the bed isnt that good, no AC on the mezanine floor. And the sound of the heater/ AC is so loud in the room. No variety of food in the breakfast. You should even pay to drink a cup of cappuccino!!! Not a very friendly staff.
Nice clean room..No tea/coffee making facilities and they charge if you have one. 20/30 walk to the old and new town. Taxis were charging 250 - 300 CZK to get back here!!!! However staff recommended some pubs and restuarants about 5 mins away (on the map about 2-3 streets away up and to the right on the map) around Namesti Miru and Korunni. Lots of locals eating and drinking here. Very friendly people. Good quality food. Would I come back to this hotel? Probably not, because all the main tourist places are just that little bit far away, but I cant really criticise the place. (Should also point out that I was pushing a chair the whole time as my wife had injured her ankle before travelling here so I basing this on walking up a hill from the town!)
I stayed here for 3 nights as a birthday present from my partner. The hotel it's self, the bar area, reception, restaurant etc ... is very nice. My partner booked a double room and asked for a room with a nice view. Upon arrival the receptionist was kind, polite and professional and booked us in with no problem at all. When we got to the room we had been given a family room (which I guess is an upgrade) although the only windows were two which were on the roof and all you could see is the sky. The room itself was nice with a good lay out inc a lounge area on one floor with stairs to the bedroom on the second floor. The first night one of the Windows was broken and wouldn't close so we had to ask at reception for them to get someone to shut it. The bathroom door lock was broken and the tv in the living room area didn't work. The second night we were using the plug socket in the living room area and when we removed it the complete socked came out of the wall exposing the wires behind. The breakfast here was good as you have a choice of both hot and cold food with a variety of different options, however it is the same each day. The breakfast area didn't finish until 10:30am so if you needed a Lay-in you would still be able to make the breakfast slot. The cleaners are good and cleaned the room every day. They kept the complementary shower gel etc topped up and provided us with clean towels each day. Upon check out the receptionist tried to charge us for a bottle of water we had 'apparently' had from the rooms mini bar (which we didn't) so he took our word and didn't charge. The hotel is in a pretty good location and is only around 20/30 mins walk to the centre, there are also nearby shops, restaurants and pubs. Overall the hotel is a good place to stay if you are staying for a long weekend for example. I couldn't fault the staff there at all, they were all really friendly and helpful however I do feel like the rooms need more attention and need to be maintained better.
I stayed at this hotel for 2 nights. I go often to Prague so I'm aware of the standards of hotels in different areas. I had high hopes for this hotel after reading the reviews but I had a different hotel experience. When you walk in the entrance its a nice glass entrance but when I got up to the floor we were staying on it looked like cheap flimsy partitioning. The bathroom was the best thing about the room. In the room there was a double bed and a single bed. The double bed only had a brown bobbly throw/over sheet on it and no duvet. Luckily it was hot and we shared the single duvet from the spare bed as it was late when we arrived and couldn't be bothered to go and explain. The lampshades were dirty with dust, and the arms of the lampshades were dirty with dust. The TV had the worst reception I have ever had in Prague. We thought the next day we would get two duvets, but nope the one duvet from the spare bed was folded on the double bed. The brown coversheet was horrid, it made me feel grubby. I definitely won't be going back there.
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.
- 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.
Free continental breakfast is included with your stay and awaits you 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.
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.
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.
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76% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 550 reviews