NH Prague City4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
I enjoyed my one-night stay at NH Prague City. The staff were friendly and the room was very nice. The best thing about the place is the cable car that is used to get from one part of the hotel to the other. The views during the minute-long ride are amazing and I've never been to a hotel with any similar feature before.
Great hotel - food was excellent - staff were very attentive and polite Would stay here again! My room was clean and airy and I slept very well. Thonlt negative was that the bar didn't stay open late.
Make certain to check to see if the bedding provided in the room meets your needs. Most Americans sleep with sheets and blankets and not duovee. Very nicely appointed rooms. Missed a bathroom shower mat for the tub as I must have something in the tub to stand on in the shower. The missing shower door ie only a 1/2 window type shower divider is unhealthy and a distraction. Fruit in the room also would have been a bonus.
We stayed in NH for three nights. Our room was in the upper building. The room was clean and perfectly fine, with a great view. Really nice staff. Wonderful breakfast. Great location. We would visit again anytime. Thank you :)
Years ago this hotel was the Swiss run Möwenpick, and what a fine hotel it was: one of the best breakfasts in town, excellently managed, and a comfortable place to stay (albeit it out of the town centre). I’ve been coming here regularly since then and each time I see standards further declining each visit as they cut more and more corners. If you’ve stayed in an NH in Germany or Holland you’ll know they’re a reliably good 3-star chain. The NH Prague City isn’t worthy of carrying the brand label. Specifically: the bulk of the rooms have seen no renovations since the Möwenpick days. The furniture, bathrooms and carpets now look dated. There are better rooms (the apartments and the section on the top of the hill), but the bulk have not been touched. A few cosmetic changes to the lobby and elevators are all most guests will experience. Breakfast is dire. It is packed full of budget Asian tour groups jostling over the poor selection of cheap tasteless bread, over-sweetened artificial tasting yoghurt, cheap watered down “fruit juice” and burnt coffee. Every year they’ve cut further corners: now they don’t even serve you coffee at your table - instead you line up for coffee from a catering vat or have a 20 minute wait for one of the overworked coffee machines for a latte. The old omelette stand still survives, but expect an impossibly long wait if you want one. NH breakfasts in Germany are a joy: this was awful. The rooms are hot, and to save money the hotel switches off the a/c centrally until summer. That means on a 24C warm April day you’re told to “open your window” or switch the air conditioning unit on in your room, but know that it will only recirculate the stuffy warm air. Forget getting a good night’s sleep and forget any claim the hotel makes about all rooms being air-conditioned: it is a blatant lie when they operate this policy for chunks of the year. You can’t pay extra to have your a/c on: the aggressive man on reception told people complaining in front of me it’s “tough luck”. The Wi-fi is free, but it is intermittent and cuts out around every 10-15 seconds. You can therefore also forget any claims that there is “free Wi-fi” at the hotel. I don’t know if the pay-for service behaves in the same way. The shower pressure is good; the bathroom complimentaries are basic; the rooms black out well (a left over from the Möwenpick days), but the beds are hard. Expect lots of lots of noisy tour groups in season, unless you pay extra to be in the section up the hill away from the bulk of the hotel. Also - as already alluded to - expect some quite typically surly and unfriendly Czech service on reception and from the staff in general: this place is very old school Eastern Block, former-communist in its customer service, and they haven’t been trained to smile or engage in a pleasant way as most staff in other Prague hotels now thankfully do. Overall it’s not terrible, but this is a real budget experience, and I certainly wouldn’t recommend it. PLUS POINTS + Decent sized rooms that black out + 3 stops from Andel metro (10 mins walk) into the Old Town + Andel/Smíchov is an okay, out of town centre area with shops, cafes, etc NEGATIVE POINTS - unrefurbished for the most part - cheap nasty breakfast - Wi-fi doesn’t function properly - hot and uncomfortable - hard beds - surly, unfriendly staff - hordes of tour groups - it’s not central, if that’s what you’re after - feels increasingly cheap and nasty each visit
Had a very nice 3 night stay at the NH Prague. Staff was exceptionally helpful especially the evening staff. Rooms were simple but clean, however need a bit of repair work. Breakfast was huge with lots of varied foods ensured to make everyone happy. Take the funicular up to the top and visit the wine bar. Wonderful views. I would not hesitate to stay here again. Really enjoyed my stay. Thank you to the NH Prague!!
Nice hotel. Clean. Good location. Staff OK. Has a funky cable car to get to your room. ( depending on room location). Has a great view if you can keep your eyes open! Short distance away from Prague shops and Tram network. Great city with lots of culture. Hotel good for short city break as we did
This was a good hotel with comfortable beds and pleasant rooms/decor. The Italian restaurant in the upper portion of the hotel was very good and the service there was excellent. Our only real objection was that the hotel was fairly far out (though we were within walking distance of the metro system). This made it more challenging to get into Prague to see as much as we would have wanted to.
Well first impression was not great as staff advised they had a conference on and could not check in unitl 3pm... unless we paid 20 euros a night to upgrade to the upper part of hotel, where the chair lift takes you to the Superior rooms. We were so tired from travelling and really wanted to freshen up and go out so we paid the supplement to then be told the lift was out of action for the next few days! We then had to take the hotel bus every day to our room morning and night until our last day when the new lift was finally working! Felt disgruntled that we had paid the supplement but didn't want to complain and ruin our trip so accepted it. The sky bar was nice to look out over the city at night, quite a small place. Our room was large but quite averagely decorated, nothing special but then I have nothing to compare with in Prague as our first visit. The breakfast was excellent though and really set us up for the day, with very nice polite staff and a great selection of food. We would probably return to this hotel again as the lift, now working was something different and quite fun. Nice bar in the lobby.
I stayed many times in nh hotels in Netherland which was perfect modern hotel and I thought this one will be also so nice as that one. But if you compare two fo them, this one is completely different / worse! Smaller tvs, rooms, and older room and especially bathroom designs..suppose to be like 2 max 3 star, not 4. Also arrogant reception stuff.. I won't really stay here again.
- Close to Prague Dancing House
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
- Health club
Located in Prague 5 within a mile (2 km) of Prague Dancing House, NH Prague City is within 2 miles (3 km) of other popular sights such as Prague National Theatre. This 300-room, 4-star hotel has 4 restaurants along with conveniences like free in-room WiFi and a health club. Prague Castle and Old Town Square are also nearby.
Enjoy dining at Costa Praga Restaurant, one of 4 onsite restaurants. Order from 24-hour room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room, or make new friends over drinks at the bar/lounge. For your convenience, breakfast is available for a fee.
All of NH Prague City's 300 air-conditioned rooms provide minibars, coffee makers, and safes. Guests can enjoy free WiFi and LCD TVs. Bathrooms offer deep soaking tubs, hair dryers, and free toiletries. In-room massages are available, and rooms also include desks.
NH Prague City offers a health club, a sauna, and a rooftop terrace. For transportation, you can make use of an airport shuttle (available on request) for CZK 650 per vehicle roundtrip, as well as limo/town car service. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with dry cleaning/laundry, tours or tickets, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this family-friendly hotel include free WiFi in public areas, a meeting room, and a business center.
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79.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 327 reviews