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Hotel Tyl

3.5 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

I stayed at this hotel in a triple room with two friends. The room was set up with three single beds and was comfortable and large. The hotel is in a good location and is quiet. The room had a bath/shower and the usual amenities in a room (safe/heating/mini bar). The staff at the hotel were very helpful and couldn't be more friendly and welcoming.

if you book this hotel in the winter , then you will be very disappointed , there is no heating in the rooms or you will be lucky enough and I mean lucky enough, to receive a small electric heater that does not heat the room, I had to wait two days before I received mine , plus it dries up the air ,so you will need to leave a window open, so defeating the idea of having the heater . the décor is no where near what the photos of the rooms are showing , they are very very outdated and don't expect to have coat hangers in the wardrobes , as there isn't any ,so bring your own, the rooms however are large and tidy enough and beds are made every few days , towels changed daily depending on usage, the bathrooms are nice enough and modern , the beds are sort of comfy, and some of the pillow cases and sheets that we received were ripped or dirty , don't expect any milk or tea bags in the room , they don't believe in leaving any , so bring your own . there is a bar , but they don't serve you , its help yourself from a fridge and pay the receptionist , only bottle beers though . now as for breakfast , don't expect any warm food , and if your lucky there will be some very small and thin spicey hotdog sausages and very dried up and cold scrambled egg . if you like continental ,then you will be ok ish . the staff are great friendly and very helpful .but not with the bad points I stated above .its like they are not allowed to help you with them. its on the outskirts of the main centre and the metro is only 5 mins away , also there are plenty trams to get you in to the city centre . overall I wouldn't recommend this hotel in the winter , but maybe if you are going in the summer , then it may be ok regarding the heating or lack of . I don't often review hotels I have stayed at , but thought I would do a review on this hotel as it wasn't very good and not as I was expecting , but you mind find its different and suitable for your visit . oh and forget the WIFI , its very very bad , you will not get a signal above the reception floor .

Clean, comfortable hotel with a friendly and helpful receptionist. Our room was big with a double bed and a single bed tucked round the corner. The bathroom was well lit but very awkward to shower as the shower head was positioned very low. Breakfast was continental with the emphasis on continental but there was enough choice for us not to be hungry till lunchtime, although one morning of our visit we had to wait a while for certain things like pastries to be topped up. My one complaint was that the glasses provided, which we used, were not washed each day. Apart from that I would really recommend this hotel for a short break. We walked to all the tourist destinations except for the castle when we decided to use the tram. There are several restaurants in the area recommended to us by the hotel receptionist.

Excellent hotel good continental breakfast there was a double bed and a single bed which was made up every day, there could have been more drawers but we only slept there and wore jeans and jumpers so no need to worry about creasing the clothes, the Gentle man on reception was great, overall 8 out of 10, very good

The Hotel was on the outskirts of the tourist areas, not far from Wenceslas Square. It took only 45 mins via bus and metro to get there from the airport, so easy. Come out of IP Pavlova stn. Take 2nd street on right and it’s on the right just up from a Kentucky Diner. Hotel itself is a good find for the price..we paid just over £100 for two nights B&B.(2 Adults). Breakfast caters for most pallets although being English, I love my traditional fry ups when away..and this wasn’t the best. But on the whole it was good. Hotel rooms v clean and warm. Beds comfy although it only had one thin duvet and only two pillows! Bathroom nice and clean too. The usual sights are within easy walks, Old Town square 20 mins, Charles Bridge 30 mins, Castle about an hour. Plenty of narrow streets to wander about and loads of cafes and bars. Beer is cheaper away from the sights, but costing the same as back home if you have one in the popular squares. Being the week before Christmas, the whole of Prague was decorated as you’d imagine..and the old town square was magical. Food is good and cheap in most restaurants with decent helpings. All in all, a nice stylish hotel, easy to get to and nice staff. Would definitely recommend this as a place to stay for a short break.

The hotel is 2 blocks from I P Pavlova Train Station. The hotel serves only breakfast, and there is no one thereafter except for the receptionist. Therefore, assume it is a 2* hotel. Comode was not washed properly, shower was fixed way down low that you have to use it as a hand shower. Sugar was not replenished on the 2nd day and when we asked for sugar and person at the reception said that there is no one in the hotel except her and that she is not allowed to go into the restaurant! I insisted on getting sugar and asked her to check with the manager. When we returned to the hotel, I had to ask again for sugar and the receptionist handed it over nonchalantly while lounging back on his chair. The temperature in the room was warm, although the thermostat showed 18 degrees, and the reception could not do anything. We kept a window open. Good breakfast.

A small hotel which is clean and friendly. Situated only a few minutes from the Pavlova metro station. Friendly staff who are helpful and have a good knowledge of the city. Only complaint is it took 36 hours to get a plug for the sink. Breakfast is typical continental with cereals, fruit and cheeses. Self help and eat as much as you want.

Hotel Tyl is not a four star hotel but possibly three star! Good points -- excellent location ,15mins to wenchelas square and 25mins to the old town ,comfortable large bed and quiet at rear of hotel,mini-bar reasonably priced.Bad points-- Breakfast consists.of coldmeats,vegetables,scrambled egg and small sausages if available,tea and coffee in room not replenished daily,however plenty of cafes nearby overall good value hotel.

We loved the location of this hotel. There was a Christmas market outside the front door! The reception staff were so very friendly and helpful and we really appreciated it. The breakfast was nice, plenty of variety. The room was a little cold so the reception staff gave me an extra heater Very happy with the place and would stay again.

So firstly I don't understand what some of the negative views are about .. seriously some people like to moan over nothing for a good value hotel! This place is good, excellent for the price in my opinion and I would definitely stay again.. OK 4 stars maybe not - more like a 3* - but in terms of location, cleanliness and comfort, the hotel delivered :) It is perfectly located by Pavlova metro station (The red line) and has the trams passing also. The number 22 will bring you over to Mala Strana side. Or if you want to walk into the Old Town, it's about 5 minutes to Wenceslas statue. The a nice leisurely stroll from there will bring you into the maze of the Old Town.. So the hotel itself: Clean, friendly and comfy. The rooms are spacious with everything you need for a short break. Large wardrobe, drawers, table, etc.. I had room 104 on the first floor. I specifically asked for a quiet room after reading some of the reviews on here and then got allocated the one right by the lift and overlooking the main road below - so I thought oh no, it's going to be noisy. Err no!! No noise disturbances at all. There is a double door inside the room, so you can't hear any movement from others in the corridor and I couldn't hear anything from outside with the great double glazing. The bed is really comfy too - I had a great sleep every night. There is a kettle provided and tea/coffee. They only provide creamer though and not milk if that's your preference (stock up with the Burger King sachets at the airport on way over if you prefer milk ;)) Or bring up a cup full of milk from breakfast which I did each morning.. Leading nicely onto breakfast: plentiful and good for European standards or traditional fayre. A selection of cereals, pastries (some really nice cakes!), rolls and bread, cold meats and cheeses, fruit, yoghurts and your hot selection. The hot selection was scrambled eggs, sausages and a pasta type dish. I decided to try it one morning for the hell of it (When in Rome and all that..) and it was surprisingly tasty! Weird to be eating pasta in the morning.. Then the tea, coffee, hot chocolate and fruit juices on offer. Not your usual real fruit juice but this is standard in most European hotels - so why moan? Oh and the toaster actually toasted on first go - which is a great surprise for most European hotels haha :) There is mini-bar in the room. I did not use it, but the prices seemed pretty reasonable for hotel prices. There's space in there to store a drink or two of your own also.. There is also a safe in the wall (a bit odd to be fair - but does the job!). The TV only has a few channels - but I didn't go away to watch TV, so was not needed. It would be nice if they provided small toiletries I agree as opposed to the dispenser by the sink and shower (premier Inn style). But most people bring their own surely..? The only issue I really had in the room was the lead from the kettle wouldn't fit into the plug if on the table so I had to put it on the floor.. The Wifi worked perfectly throughout my stay in the room. The lobby area is bright and spacious and there are plenty of leaflets for trips and the local sites. There appears to be a bar set up, but it is not used.. that would be an added bonus after all that walking to have a nice drink in the bar! The staff that were on Reception while I was in and out were friendly and informative. They gave me some good tips about what to see and how to get about. I'll be back again with friends and would definitely stay again. The small market outside is set up for Christmas at the moment and one of the stalls has some great mulled wine for about £1.50 - very strong !!

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Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Czech National Museum and Prague State Opera
  • Free buffet breakfast
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Bar/lounge

Located in Nove Mesto, Hotel Tyl is within a 10-minute walk of popular sights such as Czech National Museum and Prague State Opera. This 3.5-star hotel has 33 rooms and welcomes guests with free breakfast, free in-room WiFi, and a health club. It's in central Prague and also a short walk from Wenceslas Square and Lucerna Arcade.


Free buffet breakfast is included with your stay and awaits you each morning from 7:30 AM to 10 AM. At the end of the day, unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge.


All 33 soundproofed accommodations feature separate bedrooms. LCD TVs come with satellite channels, and free WiFi keeps guests connected. Beds are dressed in premium bedding and down comforters, and bathrooms offer hair dryers and designer toiletries. Refrigerators, minibars, and coffee makers are also standard.

Property features

At Hotel Tyl, guests have access to a health club, free WiFi in public areas, and coffee in a common area. Multilingual staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include laundry facilities and a TV in a common area.

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

81.0% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 766 reviews