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Hotel Questenberk

4.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Such a unique hotel in a wonderful location close to the monastery at the top of the hill - well away from the tourist crowds in the old town below. Check in process was fantastic, service could not have been better. The atmosphere was really great. Breakfast was one of the best I have had. Civilized, beautifully presented, lots of varied options on the buffet. The homemade raspberry yoghurt was particularly good. No question - the best hotel I have stayed at in Prague.

Beautiful historical building. Large, comfortable room. Welcoming, helpful staff. The breakfast is well worth the extra cost. Hop on Hop off bus stops right outside the door. Beautiful view overlooking the city.

Small hotel located just around the corner of the Strahov monastery and the Prague Castle. Very helpful staff, lovely rooms with large comfortable beds. The hotel is at the top of a steep hill that leads down to the Charles Bridge. A possible issue for those with mobility difficulties, but there is a tram stop around the corner which has a ticket machine and there are fabulous views from park next door. There are lots of places to eat and drink nearby without having to go all the way to the centre of town. Do try the brewery restaurant in the Strahov monastery. There is a small residents' lounge with a coffee machine and 'cake of the day' in the afternoon.

This hotel is up the hill from Prague Castle and right on tram line #22 which takes you into Old Town if you don't want to walk it. The rooms are fabulous and the staff is really nice and helpful. Didn't eat breakfast but it is available. Beds are comfy and there is good wifi. I'd stay here again in a minute. The hotel even arranged a driver to pick us up at the airport which was convenient. The concierge can help arrange whatever you want. There is a market across the street and some cafes next door if desired. Pretty quiet as it is away from the chaos of Old Town.

Wonderful property in a beautiful location with amazing views from the breakfast room. Super helpful and kind staff, wonderful breakfast and very clean. I mentioned it was my husbands birthday and they made him a beautiful cake and left it in our room. I highly recommend this property.

It was my first time in Prague and hotel Questenberk seemed like a decent option (budget friendly, good reviews and located within a relatively central area). The hotel's building was built in 1620, and has 27 rooms some of which get a fantastic peaceful view over Prague. I had booked a standard room, but still got side views of the green hill which I found quite mesmerizing to wake up to. I was in room 305, which is kind of small in size. As soon as you enter the room, you'll find a dent in the floor so you have got to watch your step. I was told by hotel staff that the dent is due to the hotel's ancient structure, but I don't think that's enough of an excuse as they can easily refurbish this part (I was about to trip, at least 7 times in 3 days). Other than that, the room was clean (although the carpet did have a red stain) and is fully equipped with everything that you'll need. The hotel itself serves only breakfast, which is a bit inconvenient if you felt hungry during the night. Their breakfast however is quite nice, with a gorgeous view over the hill. Questenberk hotel is also a 10-minute walk away from Prague castle, and it's very easy to get to Charles Bridge, Old Town and other central locations on foot from the hotel. Unfortunately there are not that many great restaurants around the hotel, and with the lack of a restaurant that serves lunch or dinner inside the hotel, that's a bit of a drawback. Hotel staff were helpful, although there are 2 things which I did not like - 1. They did not inform me beforehand that they required a deposit of 1,000 koruna per night. It's a bit inconvenient, and should have been communicated to me earlier. 2. While the staff member was showing me around the map of Prague, he kept referring me to just one specific restaurant. It was very pushy, as if the hotel has a deal with referrals to this restaurant. Again, not cool. Would I recommend Questenberk hotel? Yes, but only if you keep note of the above and clearly communicate your requests to the hotel staff beforehand. Would I stay there again? Not really, I'd rather try a new hotel next time (my experience wasn't exquisite).

We have been in many hotels all over the world but the staff and service in Questenberk is exceptional. They do everything to make you feel as comfortable as possible. The rooms are big, very good bed and spotless clean. Every day the weather forecast was given so you know what plans you can make. In the afternoon a check-up of Theron was done every day, so the bedlamps were switched on, a goodnight chocolatr laying besides your bed and the bed made ready to sleep. The breakfast is very good with an awesome view on the city. Also here, the staff was very kind and helpfull. I can highly recommend this hotel for a lovely stay in Prague.

The hotel is a beautiful surprise. The experience, the location, the staff... everything about Questenberk was excellent. Tram 22 was a very short walk away. The breakfast and the view was wonderful. The proximity to the monastery and view of the old city is perfect. The staff was wonderful and very friendly. Even the trainee Michelle was very knowledgeable and accommodating.

Finally a hotel in Europe that has good size rooms..and they give fluffy slippers and they take your luggage up. None of the budget hotels we stayed at had any of these...and this hotel has a great breakfast spread. Location is amazing.. you get to stay in a unesco site..vintage monastry. And some famous sights are just next doors. But be warned...it's an uphill walk from center of Prague.

This quiet hotel, located just above Prague castle has a lot going for it. It is away from the hustle and bustle of tourist-infested downtown Prague, but within ten minutes downhill walk to the castle and about 20 minutes to the Charles bridge. For us this meant that we didn't feel like going back down to the city again in the evening, but instead we had dinner at the restaurants (there are four) in the adjacent Strahov monastery, all of which are acceptable but not outstanding, other than the view from the terrace of one of them. Our "superior" room was well-appointed, but rather small, with some odd indentations In the floor which we felt had the potential for twisting ankles. Although the hotel is located on the edge of the hill, most of the rooms do not have a view. One of the tables in the breakfast room does have a spectacular view over the city - we were lucky enough to get that table on two days. The staff was friendly and very willing to try to be helpful, but appeared young and inexperienced, and sometimes short on information (for example on how to but a tram ticket - very important after a long day of tiring sight-seeing when you need to get back up the hill - most of the machines at tram stops only take coins and maybe contactless credit cards, but not notes or regular credit cards). Breakfast was good but could be slow, since it is individually cooked, so if you are on a tight schedule it may be better to reject the breakfast option and pick up pastries nearby (but kudos to Jana in the breakfast room whose service was excellent). So overall, while the Questenberk is a nice hotel with the potential to be great, there were enough quirks to make it difficult for us to give it top rating

Room options

Deluxe Room

King 1 | Twin 2 | Sleeps 3

Superior Room

King 1 | Twin 2 | Sleeps 2

Grand Room, 1 King Bed

King 1 | Sleeps 3

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98% of guests recommend this hotel

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