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Hotel King David

Hotel King David

Contacts

Country: Czech Republic

City: Prague

Address: Hybernska 42, 110 00 Prague 1, Czech Republic

Phone number: +420 224 100 100

Photos

One last post from Prague for the Jewish/kosher traveler ...
One last post from Prague for the Jewish/kosher traveler ...
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Swimming and Realex time
Welcome to the Hotel KING DAVID, the only one kosher hote...
Welcome to the Hotel KING DAVID, the only one kosher hote...
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Cool entrance to my hotel in Prague. It kills me to be he...
Cool entrance to my hotel in Prague. It kills me to be he...
Where to go for delicious Shabbat dinner in elegant premi...
Where to go for delicious Shabbat dinner in elegant premi...
Our crystal chandeliers in a beautiful hotel in Prague.
Our crystal chandeliers in a beautiful hotel in Prague.

Reviews

#1
Hit the spot!
From the minute we arrived at the hotel we knew we had made exactly the right decision for the type of holiday we were looking for i.e. a comfortable kosher break in a beautiful capital city with lots to see and do.
The reception staff (especially Noam Behar) were extremely helpful and informative, providing us with lots of information about the hotel’s services and excursions.
The deluxe room was just the right size, nicely decorated and the beds were extremely comfortable. Equipped with kettle, coffee machine, biscuits,a platter of fruit and Leonidas chocolates. There was also a mini bar, safe, dressing gown and slippers.
The bathroom was also spacious with a huge walk in shower and luxurious products.
Breakfast was a feast for the eyes -a delicious buffet consisting of hot and cold delicacies. The food was being replaced constantly and the staff did an incredible job seating a very big party of lively female guests. Consequently the hotel was full and the atmosphere indeed Israeli.
There was also a spa offering a varied menu of massages and a pool with separate male, female and mixed swimming times!
There is a smallish milky restaurant in the lobby with the option of ordering food directly to your room.
Dinner consists of another colourful (this time meaty) buffet but, to be honest, we sampled the menu each evening at one of the numerous kosher restaurants in the Jewish area of Prague (there are about 5 or 6!)
All in all I would highly recommend staying at the King David if you are looking to maximise the appeal of a kosher hotel in a splendid European capital.
Review by Simone M

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#2
Nice hotel about a 15 minute walk to the old town.
We spent 3 nights at the King David in Prague. We are not Jewish and don't keep kosher, but we did live in Israel for 4 years so this was a nice way to refresh our memories and enjoy the weekend. The staff at the front desk were terrific and helpful. They even printed out some paperwork I needed, and were very happy to do it. The room was clean and had everything we needed. The interior could use a little bit of a facelift. The breakfast was vast and included everything from eggs to salads, fruits, cereals, and veggies, even yummy humus. Getting a cup of cappuccino was a problem sometimes, but they did have a carafe off black coffee on a burner. The train station is very close by, and even though the hotel was on a very main street, it was not noisy at all when trying to sleep.
Review by Chertravel

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#3
What a Find
One does not expect much from a kosher hotel outside of the best ones in Israel so this was a real surprise. Well situated and recently refurbished the exec rooms are spacious and well fitted out. Comfortable beds. Coffee making equipment. Bottle of water and biscuits and chocolates every day. Dinner is excellent with a great buffet choice. Breakfasts Israeli. Not my cup of tea as I just like decent cereal but huge choice and fresh fruit excellent. Lovely staff too. If u eat kosher and want to visit the beautiful city of Prague this is for u
Review by melstein13

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#4
Good location comfy room
Stayed three nights and had a good experience. Very short walk from main train station. About half hour from airport where Uber works well. Great breakfast. Only disappointment was the coffee; instant only on sabbath/saturday and maybe espresso if you are lucky on other days. Not all that bad really.

Room was clean. Bathroom big and convenient. Staff was pleasant and helpful. Even change money without extra fees. Price was good too. Dont be put off because it is kosher. A really good place to be in prague as it is an easy walk to historic city center.
Review by Keith C

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#5
Perfect Kosher Hotel
We (2 grandparents with 4 grandchildren) arrived late night and were picked up at the airport by the hotel's limo (prearranged). The rooms were very spacious and soundproofed from the busy street. Great complimentary coffee machine and bottled water in the room. The food served for breakfast and dinner was excellent with great variety, Kosher and we ate in their large Succah and they have a Synagogue. We took day passes in the train station across the road and had easy access to the zoo and the old city and it's a short walking distance to the shopping mall. We had late check out for a modest fee and children under 12 get to use the pool for free (jacuzzi photo attached). I enjoyed a great massage in the spa as well. The staff were always very helpful.
Review by jerusalemtravel

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#6
Excellent service and very tasty food
We informed the hotel in advance of an early arrival, and when we arrived the room was already ready. We had a half-board deal, the food was superb. It is a pleasure to stay in a kosher place that allows both breakfast and dinner. On the days when we went on long trips we bought delicious sandwiches from the hotel.
The hotel enabled us to leave on Saturday night, making it easier for us on the last day of our stay.
The room we had was small but clean and tidy. It contained all the things required, including an umbrella for rainy days and a coffee machine.

To our surprise, we found that the workers spoke fluent Hebrew and Russian.
Review by sagivba

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#7
STAY AWAY
I can honestly say, that this pretentious hotel, is one of the most pathetically run hotels I have ever visited.

The receptionist - that met me on arrival - should have retired 10 years ago. She was uninspired, tired and did not articulate any form of positivism. I really got the feeling that she would prefer to be left alone and that I was disturbing her.

I quickly got into a discussion with her about Hotels.com, which I had booked the room through. The search criteria I used was private parking…… She told me that I should book through the hotel website instead, and that I had misunderstood everything. She then called for the manager – whome also looked as if he was suffering from a lifelong depression. He explained to me, that any mistake or misinformation from hotels.com was not his or the hotels problem…… I do not need to explain myself as to whose problem it is if there is a problem with the booking…… I have never heard such nonsense before….

Next day we went for breakfast – a girl checking the room numbers was the first that met us…. She did not know of the concept service, and she could hardly open her mouth when she whispered “sit down”……. We sat down –but quickly had to get up and find a babychair ourselves…. We then waited – but nothing happened….. I must point out, that there was quite a bit of staff on duty that morning – however they did not pay any attention to us…. At last I had to adress one of the staff and ask if it was possible to get a cup of coffee….. She looked surprised but I got a cup of coffe eventually…..

The breakfast buffet was generally very poor and the breakfast saloon was dirty and stuffy – almost claustrophic….

Suddenly a waiter appeared at our table with two plates of fried eggs – “did you order fried eggs?”…. this time we were the surprised ones – we had never been introduced to the possibility of having egg´s to order, as nobody bothered to present us with any information…. This was just so unprofessional that you could only wonder how they can still be in business, let alone were they bought the 5 stars that they claim they operate under………

The shower head was not working, the tv flickered, and there was a ghastly smell in the room.

So I can only advice anyone who is considering visiting this “hotel”, to think twice…

Many 3 and 4 star hotels are well preferable over this amateur factory…
Review by Jesper Krogh S

Source: www.tripadvisor.com

#8
Restaurant service is lacking
Nice building and well kept, large rooms with all commodities, TV, Wi-Fi, minibar, coffee machine, spacious bathroom, hairdryer. At the lobby desk, a very kind lady fluent both in English and Hebrew, takes care of all guests' needs.
So far so good.
As for service, room service is efficient. Restaurant service less, since the hotel gets
reservations for guests not staying in the hotel, there is not enough space at the dining
room. Therefore, the dining room staff just want you to eat quickly and leave in order to make room for the next guest. The waiters just stand and look at you while you eat, and if you leave your plate unattended for one minute, let’s say you go to take something else from the bar, a waiter takes away your plate and cutlery. Then, you can get another plate but not any cutlery, so you just have to leave.
For people who are Shomer Shabbat (shabbat observer), there is an additional problem. Initially, when we booked the hotel for shabbat stay, we were told there are 3 shabbat meals included in the price. However, Shabbat meals are not scheduled to serve religious people's needs. After the morning prayer, we got a dairy breakfast (not even an option for soy milk) which was meant as the second meal, but there was no wine or grape juice offered. Only a few tables had wine, and they made the kiddush for everyone. Then, lunch was served between 2:00pm to 4:00pm as supposedly a seuda shlishit. At 3:00pm we went to eat and were told that, sorry, but they have no place to sit us. If we want, we needed to wait in the lobby (two floors up) for at least 15 minutes and maybe more. To avoid waiting (quite a few others were waiting before us) each of us were given a small takeout container to put what we want from the bar and eat in our room. The container was incredibly small (see attached picture), to include salads, fish, meat, potatoes and whatever else. No space for cake and bread and no cold beverage. In addition, coffee cannot be taken to rooms, and it is forbidden to take any real plate/glass outside the restaurant.
Shabbat ended at 10:00pm. From 3:30pm and on, no other food was available. No cake, no coffee, no tea. Absolutely nothing for 6 hours. After shabbat ended, the lobby bar opened and everybody were able to order what they like BUT had to pay extra!! for it.
Hotel manager/s did not care and did not offer any solutions for their religious guests. If they would, staying there may be more pleasant.
Review by marinad7821

Source: www.tripadvisor.com

#9
Prague Visit
Stayed with my boyfriend in July and received a free upgrade to a deluxe room. The bed was very comfortable, nice and soft. The breakfast was quite good even though it's vegetarian due to the hotel being Kosher. The location is convenient, about 15 mins from the city centre. There are also lots of Uber's around if you don't want to walk or take public transport.

I also got a massage and went for a swim in the spa. The massage was very good, and the masseuse had my relaxation as a priority during the treatment. The pool is a little underwhelming but the highlight would be the whirlpool and the steam room. The steam room has blue lights on the ceiling that looked like stars, which was a nice touch.

The staff were all very nice even though some staff were not good at speaking English.

Overall, a pleasant and comfortable stay.
Review by Colline C

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Description

Location
The Hotel KING DAVID is a five-star boutique kosher "Le Mehadrin" hotel open all year round. The hotel is located near the train station in Prague city centre.

Rooms
The hotel provides comfortable accommodation in 67 guestrooms. Enjoy your stay at this new property that has been fully refurbished in 2014.
All clients can appreciate the free Wi-Fi internet throughout the entire property. The Hotel KING DAVID is known as the only kosher lemehadrin hotel in Prague. It offers high level of service and comfortable accommodation with attractive design.

Food & Drink
The Hotel King David offers kosher restaurant in central Prague. It is under the supervision of Rabbi Eliyahu Rotenberg from Jerusalem and the Rabbinat kashrut department of the Jewish community in Prague.

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