Boutique Hotel Seven Days4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Well how can I start....what a excellent hotel!! From the staff to the room to the food (well breakfast as I stayed b&b). I stayed here with my girlfriend for her birthday 9th - 13th October and got a very friendly welcoming from reception staff. We stayed in room 309 which overlooked the main road, can be a bad thing, but couldn't hear a thing except the sirens of the police & ambulances going by but don't think the hotel could be accounted for this. The room itself was perfect size plenty room to move around. It offers a mini fridge, kettle with coffee & tea replace every day, king size bed with a lovely soft mattress and a very large bathroom. You can connect to the wifi & should always have full connection. One thing I was very impressed about was the hotel offers a portable hand held device, which connects to the internet without wifi, in the room (about the size of a iPhone) which has places to eat, drink & visit. Also it has google maps on which is a god send when you have no idea where you are going!! The location isn't bad what so ever, only about a 5-10 mins walk from wenceslas square, 20-25 mins from Charles bridge. Plenty of bars to visit on route offering 0.3l beers for about 25czk (about 80p) and 0.5l (a pint to us English) for about 40czk (£1.30). Get more expensive as you go closer to centre. I would recommend Výtopna restaurant in wenceslas square, you won't be disappointed. Definitely recommend using this hotel when having a break in Prague!!
Wonderful time yet again beautiful hotel lovely staff,clean,attentive. Meal for birthday in restaurant fantastic. This was our fith visit to Prague and the same hotel. Taxi waiting for my party at airport and on time to take us to departure. We shall be visiting again and going back to the same hotel.
The hotel is conveniently very close to the centre, as well as being within a few minutes walk of public transport to the airport. Everything is within walking distance, yet the location is very quiet. The room was spotlessly clean and very comfortable. The staff were extremely friendly and helpful at all times. A minor constructive suggestion: As I am coeliac, I requested coeliac food at breakfast. The bread (rolls) provided could have been better. For example, the local Lidl shop has some very nice bread, especially the seeded variety. It is suitable for freezing and a few loaves could be kept on hands at all times. However, this is a minor detail in an overall excellent experience.
Overall, we had a lovely 5-night stay in Prague at Boutique Hotel 7 Days. Although it is rather far from most of the main sights, it was only two blocks from a main metro and tram stop, so we were able to get around the city without any problems. The breakfast was great and had lots of nice choices. The room was slightly on the small side, but relatively large by European standards. The bathroom was large, although the shower stall a bit small. The staff was friendly and helpful, and everything was kept extremely clean. I would recommend this hotel to anyone looking for a pleasant stay in a quiet neighborhood.
A good and decently priced hotel conveniently located and is walking distance from the happening vanessa square. Hotel is clean, furniture and bed were very comfortable. Staff are friendly and helping in nature. The room is equipped with a safety locker to safeguard valuables. Breakfast buffet is a decent spread. Wifi in the hotel could have been better. Steam iron is available upon request. There are a few restaurants, convenient stores etc. around the hotel. The tram station is also nearby. There is a health club in the hotel, but we did not get a chance to try it out.
We are staying here for 7 nights, just spent 3 but the picture is clear. Everything is perfect! We got a free shuttle from the airport with a charming driver, the room was ready although we got here 2 hours before check in time, and got a friendly welcome. The hotel is elegant, decorated nicely in old style. The room is spotless, spacious and well organized to make it very comfortable. The bathroom is big and very convenient. We just finished a delicious breakfast, varied with many healthy options. As the hotel and the dining room are full, the girls that do the service keep running to fulfill immediately every need, and are friendly and hardworking. Wi fi is perfect. We will certainly come back!
The hotel immediately impresses with the classical exterior and this continues on entry to the lobby with a feeling of reserved opulance. I found the front desk staff to be efficient and friendly in helping with everything from check-in to providing a corkscrew. The room was clean, a good size, with tall ceilings and a very comfortable bed. The one criticism I have is the swinging panel that kept water from the shower from spilling outside the tub did not stay in place resulting in a very wet floor ...a safety hazard. The breakfast buffet was enjoyable. A good range of food that was well prepared and complete with a few surprises....live piano music and make your own mimosas The location is about a pleasant 20 minute walk from St Wenceslas Square and the town centre so easy to get around. It is also only 1.5 km from the main train station but be aware that taxi fares are not metered. A driver wanted 25 euros for the trip...that immediately became 10 euros when I said no
Cant say a bad thing about the hotel. the staff were extremely polite and attentive and handled any questions we had. The room was extremely comfortable, especially the bed. Bathroom was perfect with a powerful shower. Breakfast pretty much should cover everyone and the live piano music was a nice touch. Will certainly be staying here again on our next visit to Prague.
lovely room and breakfast. Bit seedy across the road though. Prague is so interesting. Lots to see. People were pleasant. Staff were nice. Pretty central but I did prefer the other side of Prague. However there are less hotels there. I think Prague is getting more costly or the pound is falling. Possibly a mix of the two. Wish I had gone a long time ago. We went to Vienna and Bratislava. The bus to Prague from Vienna is really easy. Wish I had incorporated Budapest into the mix
We stayed here for 6 nights. Good location near city center. Very spacious, and quiet rooms. The hotel room was very clean for the whole time of our visit. Good service, very helpful stuff. Parking. The only thing that can be better - a mediocre breakfast. In general very good value for money. Will surely consider to visit again.
- Walking distance to Czech National Museum and Wenceslas Square
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
- Fitness center
Located in Nove Mesto, Boutique Hotel Seven Days is within a 5-minute walk of Czech National Museum and within 15 minutes of other popular attractions like Wenceslas Square. This 50 -room, 4-star hotel has a restaurant, free in-room WiFi, and a fitness center. Prague State Opera and Lucerna Arcade are also a short walk from this Prague hotel.
Enjoy a bite to eat at the hotel's restaurant, or relax with a drink at the bar/lounge. Satisfy your hunger from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service. Start your day off with buffet breakfast, available for a fee.
All of Boutique Hotel Seven Days's 50 soundproofed rooms provide minibars, safes, and desks. Guests can expect to find digital TV and stay connected with free WiFi. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries.
Boutique Hotel Seven Days offers a fitness center, a spa tub, and a sauna. Airport transportation is made easy with an airport shuttle (available on request) for CZK 690 per vehicle one way. Multilingual staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include free WiFi in public areas, a meeting room, and a business center.
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94% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 1759 reviews