Hotel Beranek Prague3.0 out of 5.0
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A well situated hotel next to the tram and the metro. A lot of cafes and restaurants near. The hotel is quite noisy cause the tram passes on the street 24/7. It is clean, but the beds are so hard that it feels like sleeping on the floor. We asked for a extra soft mattress and the hotel could provide a very thin cover-like mattress but it didn’t help much. The breakfast was very simple. There were very much cake but not a toaster. We ate breakfast on one of the cafes nearby instead. All in all, if you’re going to Prague I believe that there are better hotels than this. I wouldn’t call it a three star hotel more like 2. Simple and suitable for schooltrips and people who can sleep on really hard beds.
The location of the hotel is great, it`s 10 minutes to Vaclavskaya square, in the center of the city. The tram stop and the metro station are near the hotel. There are a lot of cafes, restaurants next to the hotel, where you can get very fast. The atmosphere in the hotel is not so friendly! The receptionists are nice (especially the Czech girl with short, chestnut hair, don`t know her name), but some of them are not ready to help, they don`t smile. I tried to make reservation via booking,com for my next stay, but the hotel is sold out for almost every month. I asked receptionists why I couldn`t do the reservation. I was said that many groups come to the hotel and nobody suggested to make the reservation at the reception, I noticed disinterest in the other guests. I seemed the hotel was oriented to the groups only. Breakfast is standard, not various, but you will not be hungry. The waiters are not friendly, they even don`t greet you. The room is quite simple, but very clean, there are safe, tea set, a small fridge, simple things, but very necessary. In general, the hotel is quite good, the only minus is staff of the hotel. Please pay attention to that and be oriented to all the guests! Thank you!
Great hotel for a group of mates, not the best location but functional. Great cafe bar opposite and couldn’t fault the staff or service. Not sure I’d stay here again un,ex’s there was a large group of us and just needed a bed.
Ideal for city break. Not far from city center. Bed & breakfast only. Plenty of cafe's, restaurants all around. Bad Jeffs Barbecue is a must. Just a couple of street away. Enjoyed our time in Prague & would come again.
Stayed here as a group of 20 on a motorcycle tour, it was a 5 minute ride round one way streets to get to the back of the hotel for the car park. Rooms were very basic, small shower and poor beds. Couple of people had to change rooms due to water leaks or lights not working. Food was a disaster, we were booked in for two nights half board but refused to eat the meal on the first night and cancelled it for the second night. Had a room at the front with traffic noise all night, found some decent restaurants close by but not a good choice for this city, I've stayed in much better.. Pay cheap you get cheap.
Yes it is clean, close to transit and the staff is nice, But the beds were so uncomfortable that no one got to sleep properly. Otherwise it is worth mentioning that the breakfast was decent and the hotel rooms likewise. Next time in Praque it will be a 4 or 5-star hotel.
The pictures that advertise for this hotel are spot on - the hotel is older, wood, old TV's etc. They have a wide variety of rooms and we traveled with a large group of 80 and they were able to accommodate us. They are walking distance from the Train, and the Metro - there is a cool restaurant on one side and a nice coffee shop on the other side. McDonald's on the street corner and Starbucks just down from McDonalds. The rooms were ok - but not bad - so I guess that's not too bad. They have a breakfast room upstairs on the 5th floor that also served dinner. The food was absolutely terrible. It was hard to get a coffee - not at all impressed with that part. There was a very large window in my room that opened for fresh air and that was nice. Its certainly an older hotel. The staff were very nice and helpful - gave us great maps and recommended places to walk to near by. The only hiccup was their insistence to check in our extremely large group by handing in all the passports and then coming back for them after the supper (we arrived at the dinner hour) we were prepared and had sorted all our passports by our rooming lists and alphabetized the lists - it went smoothly but it could have been very bad as the lobby is tiny and I had visions of our 80 kids standing around in the lobby and poured out onto the sidewalk waiting and waiting - it was a good thing we were so organized or that would have been our fate. it wasn't bad but it wasn't good either - I would probably stay again if I needed to - we were only there for 2 nights and we were out touring all the time so it didn't really matter where we laid our heads - but they really need to upgrade their restaurant - we went out to eat even though our meals were part of the booking.
The brothers friend booked this so there was zero expectations before arrival as it was so cheap, €40 for a double per night. Bargain bargain bargain. It's clean, beds are far from the worst I've slept in, although the drink might have helped a bit there. The breakfast is very basic but what do you expect for €40 folks. Restaurant attached to the hotel gets 5 stars even with the very 'relaxed' service. It's walking distance to anything that matters if you're doing the sightseeing thing. Enjoy.
A midweek 3 night stay. A friendly welcome on check in. Reception area was clean and bright. Room was at the front of the hotel, very clean room, bathroom was spotless. There was always a vast choice of items to eat at breakfast, ensuring that you can be fuelled up for a very busy day sight seeing. The location is ideal, a few minutes walk and you are amongst all the shops, on your way down to see some amazing sights. If ever a trip to Prague comes up, this hotel is a definite..
We needed a hotel close to the centre, and it was close enough. But when we arrived late in the evening the night reception were on, and we were not made welcome. It was as if it was an effort to sort out our reservation. The hotel had been informed that my wife needed a gluten free diet, but when we found out that they did not cater for it at breakfast the following day, they denied it. We were told to go out and buy it ourselves to take to the restaurant, as "it is very expensive". In fact the buffet breakfast was so poor we did not eat in again, and found better alternatives outside. We did buy some gluten free food, but again when we asked at reception for a plate and knife it seemed like we were being very demanding. Eventually the receptionist, the same blonde lady who told us about the cost, grudgingly gave us the reception plate and carving knife, (was it clean?), and told us to ensure we returned it and took our room number. As if we would have walked off with it. The room was pokey, with hardly any space between the bed and the walls, the shower had no screen so flooded the bathroom, and the aircon was noisy when starting. If we had not been forced to pay upfront for the three nights when we arrived, we would have checked out and found another more friendly and suitable hotel.
- Walking distance to Czech National Museum and Prague State Opera
- Free buffet breakfast
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
Located in Nove Mesto, Hotel Beranek Prague is within a 10-minute walk of popular sights such as Czech National Museum and Prague State Opera. This 80-room, 3-star hotel has conveniences like free breakfast, a bar/lounge, and free in-room WiFi. Centrally located in Prague, the hotel is also a short walk from Wenceslas Square and Lucerna Arcade.
Free buffet breakfast is served each morning from 7:30 AM to 11 AM. Get an energy boost at the coffee shop/café, or grab a drink at the bar/lounge.
All of Hotel Beranek Prague's 80 air-conditioned rooms provide refrigerators, coffee makers, and safes. TVs come with satellite channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi and wired Internet. Hair dryers and desks are other standard amenities.
Guests of Hotel Beranek Prague enjoy access to free WiFi in public areas, conference space, and coffee in a common area. If you drive, self parking is CZK 520.00 per day, or you can take advantage of the shuttle from the airport to the hotel (available 24 hours) for CZK 680.00 per vehicle. Multilingual staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. This smoke-free hotel also has a gift shop.
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79% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 287 reviews