Hotel Hoffmeister5.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Hotel is great. We stayed in room 402 which had a huge jaccuzzi, two floors with comfy bed and living area. What a find. The hotel is quaint and luxury end in Prague. Great location, castle is 5 mins walk, Charles bridge about 10 mins and Jewish quarter about the same. You can see all the sights from here Some road noise from the trams but you get used to it and is non intrusive unless your a really light sleeper Menu is ok but not for me. Ate out as 'foie gras' for example was not my cup of tea. You will find something tasty but would also sample offerings from the city. Ate out in the Marina restaurant (its on an old boat) at the end of the bridge that is the nearest one downriver to the Charles Bridge. Good international and Italian food Had several good meals (fantastic traditional BBQ food and Pilsner Urquell beer from huge barrels at loads of local places. You can find these easily on a map easily as they are listed as places to get the Pilsner beer. Seek these out away from the old square as they are a cheaper option but great quality Seek out the Little Bake Shop near the Charles bridge - great food, cakes etc Felt comfortable the whole time and would go back. Only dodgy character I saw was near the castle steps checking out tourists for a target to pick pocket. However, if you are careful and have your wits about you there is no problem Minimal noise from the hen and stag parties. The only time we saw them was on the plane and you are stuck with em there! Go and enjoy, I would go back! Tip from the hotel, go up the steps behind the hotel and go right into a Park, you can get some iconic photos of Prague from here and also go down then into the Jweish quarter across the bridge which is worth a visit You have to see the Medieval clock in the Old Square that's cool on the hour with all the moving characters. Tip - pay in Czech currency not Euros, many places up the exchange rate but not in your favour! Also if you get bread placed on your table, its not free! Even if you don't eat it you will be charged. Waive it away or say no thanks!
Spend a long weekend here in February. We had one of the bigger rooms and it is worth the extra cost. Short walk to tram and metro and also not that long to old town. Very peaceful area across the road to the castle. Hotel restaurant was empty most of the time. Shame, because it is excellent. Breakfast buffet was really good. All staff very friendly and there is a friendly athmoshere.
Well firstly I must say that this review concern the Jing/Jang luxury suite. And it is really nice. The most important aspect of a room is the sleeping quality and it is quiet and gets dark. The bed is really nice and also the pillows. All in all you will get a good nights sleep. The rooms in the suite are nice and the spa bath in the room is spacious. The view from the bedroom is nice but not extraordinary. The free minibar in the room is a nice compliment. If I would ever go back to Prague I would book this suite again. Breakfast is okay but noting special, there are some choices of bread spread and vegetables, plenty of fresh bread and the normal English breakfast. Staff were helpful in all aspects. There are umbrellas to borrow if needed. The hotel is in my opinion located in the most quiet and peaceful part of Prague. There are parks near by and it is a short walk to Charles bridge. I can only highly recommend the suite.
We are a Finnish couple and stayed in this hotel for 5 days. All in all I can commend the hotel in every way. We stayed in a junior suite with a separate living room and very spacious wc/bath room (one hint for the architect though: it's not the best idea to have a glass door for toilet). Air condition was very efficient and silent and also wifi very fast. Breakfast was more than enough with loads of breads, eggs, cutlets, fruits, coffees etc. In general the service was very polite and english was spoken and understood. The location of the hotel is also very good, close to the castle and short walk to old town also. Some very weak rumble sound was heard from the trams passing by the hotel, not disturbing though. All five stars to the hotel and to our stay in beautiful and a bit mysterious Prague, will come back to explore more and will stay on Hoffmaster again for sure.
Overall, the hotel was good. It is extremely well located, just down the Prague Castle steps. We loved the fact that it's away from the craziness of Old Town but only a short 15 minute walk away. The service was adequate but nothing extraordinary (certainly not worthy of the 5 stars affixed to the hotel facade), except for Dominik the concierge, who was fantastic! By the staff's description, we had the best room in the hotel, the 2-floor "Ying Yang" suite. The suite was definitely luxurious in some respects. The room is well insulated from street noises, which was a relief after reading some of the other reviews. We enjoyed the fruit basket that was refilled daily and the complimentary box of truffles that was waiting for us on our arrival. The bed was comfortable. However, other aspects of the room we didn't care for at all. The climate control system is largely ineffective; you can turn it on or off, but the front desk controls the temperature. Plus the system was broken entirely one night, and it was quite hot and uncomfortable that whole night (there are no nets on the windows, so if you open them you trade one problem for another). There is a bench swing installed in front of the sink, which is meant to be whimsical I suppose, but was actually annoying, since there isn't enough room to stand in front of it, so you're *forced* to sit to brush your teeth and shave, which felt strange. The shower doesn't have a cold water control, only how hot the hot water is; at the coldest setting, I still found the temperature too uncomfortably hot. Lastly, the jacuzzi...I was really excited about this when I found out the room had a private hot tub. Unfortunately, it has some unsavory-looking spots all over (see picture). I called housekeeping to have it cleaned but was told that it's just staining and is already clean. When I filled the tub, though, the water had floating bits in it that looked uncannily like the stains and, when I was finished, the number of stains on the tun had increased. Pretty unsanitary, and definitely turned what should have been the centerpiece of the room into something less than pleasant. The tub needs to be thoroughly resurfaced or replaced, it's not acceptable in its current state. We also had some ants in the room and some silverfish crawling around the tub and shower. Perhaps the hotel just needs some routine maintenance, but the overall impression is that a lot of money was spent on the construction of the room but virtually none on the upkeep. Breakfast was fresh but monotonous and a bit underwhelming. The hot portion did not vary from day to day whatsoever. The coffee was strong and plentiful though, which was more important for me personally. Overall, the Hoffmeister is a decent choice, but if you're looking for a truly luxurious suite experience, you may want to stay elsewhere.
They provided us a welcome drink while checking us in and taking our luggages to the room. We had a relax time by the garden to enjoy the first evening in Prague. The room was very clean, spacious, and facilitated with air-conditioning. The hotel service was fab! We had all the support we needed during our stay including boarding pass printing. We had the airport mini bus service booked with the hotel for €26 for the 4 of us. Well worth it as it is not possible to get Uber XL in Prague. It's located right opposite the castle which is the best way to get into the castle. The queue was so long when we exited from the other entrance. It's around £2-£3 uber taxi far if you don't fancy a walk to the old town. Highly recommended!
We had a lunch in the restaurant of hotel Hoffmeister. The meal was really delicious and we wanted to thank you for the lovely time we had in your restaurant. As the clients came from France, they especially appreciated the white wine. The service was excellent and it would always be a big pleasure to come back! Thank you all who participated on our stay in that restaurant!
I researched Prague quite extensively reading all reviews for most hotels. We visited as a couple for my wife's 40th birthday. I knew from reading reviews people do not rate this hotel as five star however in comparison to others there is not a massive difference in prices however the price difference is still favourable. so why book it? Our stay was Jun 23 till June 26th 2017 three nights. Our flight was delayed and we arrived late ., the reception was pleasant and succinct with welcome drinks and bags taken to our room. The evening meal on half board is three courses with a selection of four choices for each course. The evening meal is very good with consistent quality if not repetitive. Breakfast is run on buffet self service and the quality of food and turnaround again is very good however if you are a typical Brit and want a full cooked although available you may not be ecstatic. There are fried eggs scrambled eggs bacon sausage mushrooms which are good not great. However there is also roast beef smoked salmon numerous breads pastries cheese olives tomatoes onions etc... I normally eat a full English however I really enjoyed the alternative.👍👍Our room was very clean !! No complaints !! However it is to the standard of uk travel inn/lodge do not expect fantastic. Room has TVs safe bath shower and fridge stocked with two beers two bottles wine orange juice iced tea peanuts pretzels and toblerone. Rooms are turned changed daily. We did not use or hear any feedback regarding the spa. The fantastic benefit of this hotel is it's location five minutes walk from the castle and ten to fifteen to the square it is central for everything and also has a pleasant relaxing rear garden with seating and beer drinking. Prague is a fabulous city the staff of the hotel are really trying and do try to accommodate requests it is a little like faulty towers but the ultimate question is would I stay again and the answer ?? Yes I would! There are better hotels but it's reasonably priced the food is great and the staff are in the category trying/ improving and Prague is a beautiful city What's not to like??
I booked the suite 402, but at our arrival it was already assigned to somebody else and they assigned us the suite 401 saying it was an upgrade. I explained to the manager that a smaller and cheaper room is not an upgrade, but it took 3 days to clarify the situation and to obtain a partial refund. They apologized for the mistake, but it is not aceptable to have an issue like that if you book the best suite and mainly it has not to take 3 days to clarify the situation.
I just got back from my trip to Prague, we were going to stay only one night with my mom and had limited time. When we first arrived, we had a very warm welcome.Waiting for the check in they offered us a welcome drink and the guest relations officer Dominic showed up. He told us everything we needed to know. He was Very helpful. The location of the hotel was very good. I am very happy to have made this choice. Thank you Hoffmeister group ! We'll be back to your hotel !
- Walking distance to Old Town Square and Prague Castle
- Free continental breakfast
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
Located in Prague 1, Hotel Hoffmeister is within a 10-minute walk of popular sights such as Rudolfinum and Charles University. This 5-star hotel welcomes guests with 42 rooms and conveniences like a full-service spa, free in-room WiFi, and a spa tub. Centrally located in Prague, the hotel is also a short walk from Old Town Square and Prague Castle.
Start your day off right with a free continental breakfast. Enjoy a bite to eat at the hotel's fine-dining restaurant, or relax with a drink at the bar/lounge. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service, or get a quick energy boost at the coffee shop/café.
All of Hotel Hoffmeister's 42 rooms are soundproofed and have an array of amenities, including minibars, coffee makers, and free bottled water. Guests can expect free WiFi and LCD TVs with satellite channels. Beds are dressed in premium bedding and down comforters, and bathrooms offer hair dryers and designer toiletries. Safes and desks are other standard amenities.
A full-service spa, a spa tub, and a sauna are featured at Hotel Hoffmeister. Parking is CZK 645.00 per day (CZK 645.00 per day for valet parking)—but if you prefer not to drive, catch a ride in the airport shuttle during limited hours for CZK 1200.00 per vehicle roundtrip. Multilingual staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this luxury hotel include free WiFi in public areas, 2 meeting rooms, and a conference center.
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88% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 819 reviews