Royal Court Hotel3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
We went to Prague for my boyfriend's birthday. The hotel was easy to find and had emailed me public transport directions before we went on request. These were easy to follow and so it was cheap to get there. We arrived early and were allowed to leave our things in a luggage room. We were given a map and the receptionist told us about nearby places we might like to visit. When we returned we were shown to our room. Our room was nice although quite small. However we just wanted it as a base and for that it was perfect. It was very comfortable and contemporary. The hotel staff were also very good in helping us book trips and giving recommendations. We booked the hotel spa and massage which was fantastic. Breakfast provided a decent selection and was restocked frequently. On our return on the day of my boyfriend's birthday he had been left a minature spirit and a nice letter from the hotel wishing him a great birthday. The hotel has lovely staff and is fantastic value for the price and I would highly recommend.
Spent two nights here, bed and breakfast, as part of a 6 night holiday visiting three capitals. The reception area is quite small but the staff were very friendly and helpful and check-in was quick and painless. Our room was on the top floor, quite small but very adequately furnished, no window but a skylight in the roof that could be opened for air. Breakfast was good in both quality and quantity but the biggest problem was the size of the room; not really enough space for anything more than a relatively small number of diners. The hotel is situated quite near the centre but since our holiday included an all-day tour of Prague and we were picked up at the hotel I can't say for certain how long it would take to walk to the actual city centre.
Stayed at the Royal Court Hotel for 4 nights. We were on the 4th floor and our room was warm, clean and welcoming. Nice bathroom with a good powerful shower. Shampoo is supplied in the shower and there are little extras in the room like a disposable shoe shine.There is a large tv mounted on the wall but only a few of the channels are in English. The bed is large and comfortable.A kettle is in the room with tea and coffee. The coffee is the 3 in 1 type so it might be a good idea to take your own. There is also free wi-fi in the hotel and it is very good, fast and reliable regardless of where you are in the hotel. I really enjoyed the breakfast. Buffet breakfast with far too much to choose from for me to mention it all but there is something for everyone. It was continually topped up and the tables cleared and cleaned regularly by the hard working staff. The hotel may be a budget hotel but it never felt anything like that to me. I would class it a lot higher than many of the hotels we have stayed in. It is a 10 minute walk to get to the busy parts of Prague but we never found it a problem. We came across a nice Czech restaurant not far from the hotel called Everyday. On exiting the hotel, turn right then 1st left and it is a 5 minute walk and sits on a corner on the left hand side. It serves good sized portions of Czech food and is very reasonably priced. For the price we paid for our accommodation the Royal Court Hotel is a bargain and I would highly recommend it for anyone thinking of staying in Prague. You will not be disappointed.
It was not easy to get an affordable room in Prague within our budget but fortunately we found this hotel and we thoroughly enjoyed our 4-nights stay here! It's located a bit further out from the busy old town but it's just 5-10 minutes walk to metro & tram stops of I.P. Pavlova. We even walked to the old town which is just about 2.5km away several times. Our room on the 6th floor, whilst small, is fully equipped with mini bar, tea & coffee and other toiletry essentials. The breakfast is also with decent spread of bread & other hot dishes. The most pleasant part of our stay is the staff who are extremely friendly and helpful whenever we approach them, particularly the 2 ladies at reception desk (Eugenie & Ia, hope I spell their names correctly).
The Royal Court is a fabulous place to stay in Prague. At the last minute my daughter decided to meet me overseas, and the staff ensured there would be no issues with her arriving hours earlier than myself. Our apartment was perfect; with an elevator that provides direct access to the train line that was just 25 metres from the front door (nope! no noise or rumbling whatsoever), or a short 20 minute walk to Wenceslas Square we were able to come back to the apartment for lunch or a short nap before heading out to visit the once more. The staff was very friendly and helpful (always there 24 hours); our place was immaculately clean, designed with a modern flair, and incredibly economical. We loved Prague and plan on returning...The Royal Court is definitely where we will be staying!!
I stayed at this hotel for a girls break away in march and it's in an excellent location. If you want to be out of the hustle and bustle but walking distance to all the attractions then this hotel is perfect for you. There could've been more selection at breakfast but we made do with what we had. The rooms were spacious and modern. The beds were comfortable and even the bathroom had heated flooring! No English tv channels but it was a smart tv so you had Netflix if needed! We were about a 15 minute walk to Wenceslas square and it was one straight road so you can't get lost. One day we got the tram to the castle (no.22) which was 24kr for 30 mins. The staff on reception are great and helped us to get our bearings and recommended restaurants depending on what we were after. I would definitely stay here again and I have to say the weather definitely helped to make this an enjoyable stay with blue skies every day!
Me and my boyfriend have just stayed at the hotel for three nights from a Groupon Voucher and i couldn't recommend it any more. The rooms are on the small side, however the bed was very comfortable and the bathroom facilities were up to a high standard. (however showering at 9.30ish the water wasn't particularly warm, must be a popular time!!). The breakfast was a typical continental spread and there was a great deal on offer to set you up for the day. The staff were particularly friendly and even booked us a taxi back to the airport, also we booked a day tour through the hotel which i would urge anyone else to go on as it was brilliant. The hotel is a short walk away from the nearest metro (Pavlova) however we didn't use one bit of public transport as you can walk everywhere! I would definitely stay here again and wished we had tried out the spa.
Excellent small hotel just outside the tourist area. Bedroom and toilet/shower room quite small but more than adequate. Breakfast room can be busy but the food on offer was fine and constantly replenished. Staff very friendly and helpful and spoke excellent English. Hotel an eight minute walk to nearest metro station. Highly recommended especially for short breaks.
Location is unique the place is big enough and the service is amazing, very fast internet. The only problem I see at the check in time they ask to many question about u vacation. Where you live? Expedition day in you passport, bla bla bla, I was feeling like I was at immigration office..... but I will return for sure
Stayed for 2 nights during the week (part of a very long weekend). Despite it being during the week, the hotel seemed very busy. Check-in took a little while, simply because we were a bit early and had to wait for the room to be prepared. Once we got in, the room, although on the smaller side, was in good order. The bathroom was also relatively new (some water leaking out of one side of the shower due to poor/lack of sealing in some small areas, may be an issue for some more active shower takers, however), and suited our needs just fine. Arrived a bit late for breakfast when we did eat there, so missed out on some dishes, but sufficient to load up on energy for a day of tourism. Reception were kind enough to print out theatre tickets free of charge, which we greatly appreciated. Practical location and comfortable enough, if you plan to stay for a few days and use it as a base from which to visit Prague (by foot, public transport, or taxi, all options are possible). Would stay again on a similar trip.
Royal Court Hotel places you in Nove Mesto, within a leisurely stroll of popular sights such as Czech National Museum and Wenceslas Square. This 3-star hotel has 45 guestrooms and offers conveniences like free breakfast, a full-service spa, and free in-room WiFi. Located in central Prague, the hotel is also near Old Town Square and Prague Castle.
Free buffet breakfast is included with your stay and awaits you each morning from 7 AM to 10:30 AM.
Royal Court Hotel's 45 air-conditioned rooms provide minibars, coffee makers, and safes. Guests can expect free WiFi and 32-inch LCD TVs with satellite channels. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries, and beds are dressed in premium bedding. In-room massages are available, and other amenities include phones and desks.
A full-service spa, a spa tub, and a sauna are featured at Royal Court Hotel. If you drive, self parking is CZK 405 per night, or you can take advantage of the airport shuttle (available on request) for CZK 650 per room one way. Multilingual staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist with dry cleaning/laundry, tours or tickets, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this spa hotel include free WiFi in public areas and coffee/tea in a common area.
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79% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 727 reviews