Residence Casa Italia3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
I booked Casa Italia as it was cheap and the pics looked quaint and fun. I was mostly excited about have a bed up high in the room, a mezzanine! On arrival we were shown our room, not quite like the pictures :( it seemed more like a room built on the adjacent houses veranda! Plus points, it was TOASTIE. Really warm. Negative, it had 2 lamps but neither could be plugged in as there was no plug sockets where you’d put your lamp...in fact in the room there was 1, by the kitchenette. Two in the bathroom but not where you need your lamp! The hotel advertised room service and free breakfast, there is no room service and the food provided in the room isn’t free. We left ours though so no issues. On our 3rd day, the shower broke! It was xmas eve when Czech people celebrate xmas, so i was impressed with how this was dealt with by management. We text and sorted out a new room for that night! The room was much bigger and had a separate bedroom with a working lamp and plug sockets! But this one had a tiny bath, like tiny, enough to sit with your knees up and the tap was broken so you couldn’t take it off shower mode, so to have a bath we had to fill it up with the shower head! But still at least we were clean! Which both rooms were, clean and warm! With towels and a good set of pots pans plates and cutlery They do advertise a hairdryer, but this isnt on the room you have to ask reception, but reception was closed most days i was there as it was xmas...so i rocked the curly hair look. Overall for the price approx £35, cant complain. Warm, clean and problems sorted quickly with no fuss. I think its probs best only for a few days, the first room was tiny and annoying with no plug sockets but the second room would have been fine with a normal sized bath! Oh its super close to the metro and take like 7 mins to get into town
found it by chance and in emergency.Got a nice studio for not that much money in a very short time. I also sent there a couple of my friends and they found it nice and useful. And they give me a room with a Bidet, and as an italian by origin it is a very welcomed surplus
Our apartment was ok though smaller than in the pics. Few ants roamed around on the floor. The beds in the loft were nice. The two ladies at the reception were very helpful. Walls were paper thin; u could hear literally everything happening next door! So bring ur earplugs with u if u wish to sleep good. The beds were soft and sheets clean. The biggest plus was the subway and the local food store right around the corner. Nothing to complain about really, but cannot say we would pick this one again.
Casa Italia was one of the highlights of my city trip to Prague. When me and my girlfriend arrived, we had no idea what to expect really. We booked the apartment mostly because of the kitchen, which would mean we could cook our own food instead of having to go out to eat every day. Our apartment was cozy, spacious and perhaps even more luxurious than expected for this price. The lady at the reception gave us a map of the city and tips for Prague's excellent public transport. All in all, I would definitely recommend Casa Italia to anyone wanting to visit Prague!
The best place to stay in Prague... It gives you the feeling of ancient and it is very cheep too. It is close to the center and you can get your privacy there. So for me it is not a hostel. It is like a home. I adore that place and i strongly recommend it!!!
there is no conecttion between the photos and the reality. we did not ask for money back. we just left and booked in another hotel. we must say that the woman in the resseption was very kind and did her best.
Having stayed here last year with a group of friends it felt like the best place to stay again this year, I was wrong. This year it was just me and one other friend who booked a twin one bedroom unfortunately due to our flights we arrived late and incurred a 480CZK charge for late arrival charge and city tax. We were then shown our bedroom . It was NOT a one bedroom apartment as advertised but instead it was a studio apartment. The bathroom did not have a bath as shown in many of the photos but instead had a shower with a head that was entirely useless (might as well be a hose). There were no curtains in the apartment meaning the light would wake us up a daybreak, and the beds were stiff and the covers were made for the size of a small child. When asking to more rooms we were told they were all booked for one bedrooms but they would move us as soon as possible, nothing was heard from them after. Wifi exists but kept disconnecting. no use for anything except sending/ receiving text emails. Would not go again
No free breakfast as advertised, unfinished remodeling, pipes sticking out of the walls, had to sit underneath the sink to sit on the toilet, scraped my knee on the plumbing several times, the pics online make it look nice, really run down, needs some deep cleaning, no piano in a common area as it appears, wanted to get our money back and find somewhere else but was too late and we were tired
My second visit in Casa Italia and ive been very satisfied again, just only small problem with the heater, was too high so very hot in the room. Otherwise room was clean, good breakfast even i am vegetarian the manager Katia complied. She was very nice and helpful showed me all restaurants around......... Many thanks. J.Y
Rooms were good and hotel location was within 5 minutes of the city centre. Location was good for Christmas markets with several restaurants within walking distance. However, no cleaning was done throughout our stay and the breakfast was terrible.
- Close to Republic Square and Municipal House Hall
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Airport shuttle (fees apply)
Located in Karlin, Residence Casa Italia is within a mile (2 km) of popular sights such as Republic Square and Municipal House Hall. The 14 rooms at this 3-star apartment include kitchens, refrigerators, and minibars. Located centrally in Prague, it's also close to Old Town Square and Prague Castle.
For your convenience, breakfast is available for a fee each morning from 8 AM to 10 AM.
The 14 apartments feature kitchens. Guests can expect free WiFi and TVs. Other standard amenities include minibars and coffee makers. Weekly housekeeping is available.
Residence Casa Italia features free WiFi in public areas, express check-in, and express check-out. If you drive, self parking is EUR 18 per night, or you can take advantage of the airport shuttle (available 24 hours) for EUR 90 per person roundtrip. The front desk has multilingual staff that can help with tours or tickets, luggage storage, and securing valuables. Additional amenities include a terrace and an ATM.
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72% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 280 reviews