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Hotel KING DAVID Prague

5.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

This hotel is ok. It is beneficial to have a kosher hotel, but the service in the hotel could be better as well as the food. The hotel is also dated. Often there was only one person behind the desk in the lobby available for help and that is not enough. There was typically a line to just speak to someone. The food is relatively good, but the buffet should not always be the same choices. For example, I am allergic to peppers and one night all the protein choices had peppers! The cleaning people did not do a great job as the toilet perpetually smelled like urine even though I tried to communicate this to the cleaning people. Beds should have a top sheet, not just a comforter.

The hotel is situated near the train station and within walking distance of the Jewish quarter and city center. We booked a room through Orbitz, not the cheapest, and were shocked to see that the room is below street level! The WiFi doesn't work in the room and you have to sit near the open door to have some reception. Meals are mediocre Bottom line - not the best value for the money paid

as it's a Jewish hotel , I am wondering why the music which is playing in the hallways and by breakfast and dinner can't be some classic jewish music , when there are tons of Jewish music available

Room is OK, deluxe rooms are pretty small. Food is fine, but you get the feeling that you are thief in breakfast if you try to take sandwich. Nice, but that was our last time.

We were at about 4 days, the service was excellent!

Everything about this hotel was pretty much as written by others. The staff is friendly and helpful. The room we had was small, but clean and had everything we needed! There is no view, but most attractions and railway stations are within easy walking distance. I'd certainly stay there again.

The location is great if traveling by train or bus. It is an easy 5-minute walk from the main train station and is right across the street from another station. Old Town Square and Winceslas Square are only about a 10 minute walk each in different directions. Although the neighborhood is a bit run down, we did not feel uncomfortable walking to the hotel late at night. The included breakfast was very good and the staff was friendly. The room was spacious and clean, especially the large bathroom that appeared to have been recently updated, but the bedroom showed signs of wear not typical of a 4-star hotel. For example, paint was peeling on the ceiling, the carpet was very worn and the table had a big scratch (gouge) in it. Although we could not hear any traffic or train noise in our room, we did hear people in another room talking in the middle of the night, and they were not shouting or arguing. The sound seemed to be coming through a vent. The long stairway from the street to the reception desk with no elevator option is another reason we would not rate this as 4-star. However, it was certainly a reasonable value for the price we paid.

Meant to book at the Golden Tulip Savoy, got redirected, through online discount carrier, to The Golden Tulip Hotel, booked the room (first time guest and user of website) not knowing of the slight change in the name, and ended up next door to some pretty nasty establishments. Hotel allows smoking through the lobby area. Only upside was its close proximity to the train station and old town - though pretty seedy neighborhood at night and very early in the morning.

This hotel provides access at an affordable price. They do have better and lesser rooms, as I found out on a second stay. Location to train station is 5 minutes, also to airport express bus. Theres a whiff of smoke about the hotel as they allow it in the bar and it travels throughout, but not to rooms. Breakfast is very good. I would book there again.

This hotel was awesome. The room was very comfortable, clean and spacious. The staff were very friendly and helpful, they helped us book city tours with hotel pick-up. The hotel is also very close to the main train station, which is another great advantage.

The room for four was spacious, comfortable, and clean. Breakfast buffet had variety, and well prepared. Staff was courteous. Hotel is within walking distance of Old Town and St. Charles bridge, but a long up hill hike to the castle. I highly recommend.

Friendly efficient staff with a good command of English. Breakfast was extremely delicious and plentiful. It was a disappointment that the hotel lacked dinner facilities, however. The area around hotel not very salubrious, but was only a 15min walk into town. I would be happy to recommend hotel to anyone.

Room options

Executive Room (Free SPA entrance)

King 1 | Twin 2 | Sleeps 3

Junior Suite (Free SPA entrance)

King 1 | Twin 2 | Sleeps 4

Deluxe Double or Twin Room

Twin 2 | Sleeps 3

Boutique Suite (Free SPA entrance)

King 1 | Sleeps 4

Guest reviews for Hotel KING DAVID Prague

Everyone (4) Couples (5) Family (2) Other (1)
3

alright hotel

Everyone

This hotel is ok. It is beneficial to have a kosher hotel, but the service in the hotel could be better as well as the food. The hotel is also dated. Often there was only one person behind the desk in the lobby available for help and that is not enough. There was typically a line to just speak to someone. The food is relatively good, but the buffet should not always be the same choices. For example, I am allergic to peppers and one night all the protein choices had peppers! The cleaning people did not do a great job as the toilet perpetually smelled like urine even though I tried to communicate this to the cleaning people. Beds should have a top sheet, not just a comforter.

By on Aug 14, 2017

2

beware the sub-terrain rooms. kosher hotel

Everyone

The hotel is situated near the train station and within walking distance of the Jewish quarter and city center. We booked a room through Orbitz, not the cheapest, and were shocked to see that the room is below street level! The WiFi doesn't work in the room and you have to sit near the open door to have some reception. Meals are mediocre Bottom line - not the best value for the money paid

By , from Jerusalem on May 26, 2017

5

jewish music

Everyone

as it's a Jewish hotel , I am wondering why the music which is playing in the hallways and by breakfast and dinner can't be some classic jewish music , when there are tons of Jewish music available

By , from Belgium on Jan 15, 2017

2

very bad attitude, gave us bad feeling

Everyone

Room is OK, deluxe rooms are pretty small. Food is fine, but you get the feeling that you are thief in breakfast if you try to take sandwich. Nice, but that was our last time.

By , from israel on Nov 5, 2016

5

really good hotel

Couples

We were at about 4 days, the service was excellent!

By on Mar 14, 2015

4

good value, not flashy, but clean and convenient.

Couples

Everything about this hotel was pretty much as written by others. The staff is friendly and helpful. The room we had was small, but clean and had everything we needed! There is no view, but most attractions and railway stations are within easy walking distance. I'd certainly stay there again.

By on Jan 4, 2013

3

great location and value but not quite 4-star

Couples

The location is great if traveling by train or bus. It is an easy 5-minute walk from the main train station and is right across the street from another station. Old Town Square and Winceslas Square are only about a 10 minute walk each in different directions. Although the neighborhood is a bit run down, we did not feel uncomfortable walking to the hotel late at night. The included breakfast was very good and the staff was friendly. The room was spacious and clean, especially the large bathroom that appeared to have been recently updated, but the bedroom showed signs of wear not typical of a 4-star hotel. For example, paint was peeling on the ceiling, the carpet was very worn and the table had a big scratch (gouge) in it. Although we could not hear any traffic or train noise in our room, we did hear people in another room talking in the middle of the night, and they were not shouting or arguing. The sound seemed to be coming through a vent. The long stairway from the street to the reception desk with no elevator option is another reason we would not rate this as 4-star. However, it was certainly a reasonable value for the price we paid.

By on Oct 20, 2012

2

misleading

Couples

Meant to book at the Golden Tulip Savoy, got redirected, through online discount carrier, to The Golden Tulip Hotel, booked the room (first time guest and user of website) not knowing of the slight change in the name, and ended up next door to some pretty nasty establishments. Hotel allows smoking through the lobby area. Only upside was its close proximity to the train station and old town - though pretty seedy neighborhood at night and very early in the morning.

By on Sep 28, 2012

4

once you learn your way around - excellent

Singles

This hotel provides access at an affordable price. They do have better and lesser rooms, as I found out on a second stay. Location to train station is 5 minutes, also to airport express bus. Theres a whiff of smoke about the hotel as they allow it in the bar and it travels throughout, but not to rooms. Breakfast is very good. I would book there again.

By on Sep 18, 2012

5

could not be better!

Families

This hotel was awesome. The room was very comfortable, clean and spacious. The staff were very friendly and helpful, they helped us book city tours with hotel pick-up. The hotel is also very close to the main train station, which is another great advantage.

By on Jun 22, 2011