ibis Praha Wenceslas Square3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
The hotel was clean and cheap but it stops there really. Staff were really unfriendly and unhelpful, breakfast was appalling with everything stale, old and sitting out for hours. My key stopped working several times during the week meaning i had to get it reconfigured in reception again, with long queues and unhelpful staff.
i like accor hotels,have platinum status.Ibis Praha Wenceslav Square i have used before.Great location,you can use swimming pool at Novotel next door.Friendly stuff, they gave me room 501,fantastic room with big terrase.Good breakfast.Great value for the price.
We stayed five nights at this location. There were quite a few good restaurants nearby. We were about a 20-25 to St. Charles Bridge (we wanted to walk), but it would probably been quicker to take the metro. We did not do breakfast at the hotel. The internet was very good. My husband and I are in grad school taking summer classes, and we really needed a place with good internet - we weren't disappointed! My only complain is from the last morning we were there. Checkout is at noon. We were still sleeping a little after 8 am (do not disturb sign on the door), and I woke up to our door opening and the housekeeper saying sorry. I thought that maybe I just didn't hear the knocking because I was asleep. At about 10 am, we were a few minutes from walking out the door, and the same thing happened - no knocking! I told the guy at the front desk that it should be noted to train housekeeping to knock first. Otherwise, we had a very good stay.
Personally, I don't like this hotel, but I wouldn't give 2starts because for me 2stars means that there is no value for the price It is not expensive, the area is nice, but this is all The lights are all in the front desk/hall/visible facilities, when it comes to the back office/rooms etc, it is average if not below As far as I remember there is no fitness center (but I can be wrong)
I did not enjoy my stay here at all for 3 reasons: Bed Bugs: I went to room 505 first and after two nights it was abundantly clear I was being eaten alive each night by bed bugs (see pitcures). I asked to move and I was offered another room which worked out ok. Bed Bugs, however, are completely unacceptable and the hotel staff showed absolutely no attempt to apologize or offer any form of compensation. Breakfast: The breakfast is foul and we ended up eating breakfast out each morning. The food is just poor quality and not very many options. Defective lights: In my second room, only one light worked which was the bedside lamp. The bathroom light didn't work at all. The hotel is just generally worn and there are far better places to stay (Park Inn for instance is cheaper and miles better). Will absolutely not be staying in an Ibis again.
It takes about 30 minute to walk to the old town where most attractions are. Hotel itself is clean. Staffs are friendly and helpful and even gave us a late check out until 5pm , we really appreciate it.
Great choice for a visit to this amazing city. The location is spot on with just a 10-15 minute walk into the city. My room was spotless and the bed very comfortable but British travelers their is no tea/coffee making facilities. Staff were very friendly, incredibly helpful and spoke good English. Price was also a key factor when this hotel was booked and at £65 a night, bargain! Would definitely stay at this hotel again.
Decent budget hotel, good bed, good shower, excellent breakfast, staff very helpful. The hotel is situated reasonably centrally in Prague, though about ten minutes away from Wenceslas Square, only a short stroll.
I stayed at the Ibis for a few nights while in Prague for a conference. The hotel was clean and comfortable. The staff were helpful and happy to answer any questions. The hotel is well located very near the excellent public transport. I would be happy to stay there again when in Prague.
We recently stayed at the IBIS for 3 nights which turned out to be a very good experience compared to other hotels we visited in Salzburg, Vienna, & Budapest. We arrived late in the evening and check-in was fairly quick, the desk clerk was polite & efficient. The hotel appears to be somewhat modern with clean rooms and facilities. Rooms are a tad on the small size but expected for a somewhat inexpensive, basic hotel. My only complaint is that the hotels at IBIS and Europe provide bath towels however facecloths are not. Buffet breakfast is basic with 2 hot items which include scrambled eggs & mini sausage/wieners. The buffet also included an assortment of cold cuts, cheese, cereal, yogurt, bread and excellent croissants. Beverages included; tea, juices and a espresso-cappuccino machine which served a variety of steamed coffee variations. The hotel also have snacks & drinks available at a mini-bistro by the front desk. There are ads posted everywhere which claim the best burgers in town which we never tried..The IBIS is situated adjacent to the more upscale Novotel Hotel which I assumed affiliation, as I was directed there for toothbrush, comb, etc (due to lost baggage). The location of hotel was close to retail & service stores for basic shopping & restaurants. It's also only a couple blocks from the metro station and a trolley line. We pretty well walked everywhere & used public transportation sparingly. The walk to Wenceslas Square is approx 15-20 mins & another 10 minutes to Old Town & the tourist area. It's a pleasant walk along the river including 10-15 mins inland to the hotel. Prague Castle is a fair distance from the hotel which can be accessed by combined metro and/or partial walk to Old Town. In summary, I would def recommend the IBIS for good, clean, basic accommodation with a decent breakfast. Staff were fairly friendly & helpful when help/service was required & there was Internet available in the lobby as well as WiFi. The hotel is easily accessible by public transportation and only a 15-40 min walk to Wenceslas Square & Old Town.
- Walking distance to Czech National Museum and Wenceslas Square
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
- Indoor pool
Located in Nove Mesto, ibis Praha Wenceslas Square is within a 10-minute walk of popular sights such as Czech National Museum and Wenceslas Square. This 181-room, 3-star hotel has a restaurant along with conveniences like an indoor pool and free in-room WiFi. Prague State Opera and Lucerna Arcade are also a short walk from this Prague hotel.
In addition to a meal at the onsite restaurant, you can also enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge. You can sip a beverage at the coffee shop/café. Buffet breakfast is offered for a fee each morning from 6:30 AM to 10 AM.
Ibis Praha Wenceslas Square's 181 soundproofed rooms provide phones and desks. Guests can expect to find free WiFi and TVs with cable channels. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries.
Guests staying at ibis Praha Wenceslas Square enjoy an indoor pool, a sauna, and free WiFi in public areas. Self parking is offered for EUR 20 per day. The front desk has multilingual staff on hand 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, tours or tickets, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include a meeting room, a business center, and coffee/tea in a common area.
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79% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 1478 reviews