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Le Palais Art Hotel Prague

Le Palais Art Hotel Prague

Contacts

Country: Czech Republic

City: Prague

Address: U Zvonařky 1, Prague, 12000, Czech Republic

Phone number: +420234634111

Photos

Love this view from my hotel
Love this view from my hotel
LOVE STYLE LIFE
LOVE STYLE LIFE
Harmony of Central Europe
Harmony of Central Europe
As if we really stayed in a palace.
As if we really stayed in a palace.
Hotel pick-up
Hotel pick-up
my room has the best view yo
my room has the best view yo
Art Hotel
Art Hotel
Check out the stunning new interior at Le Palais in #Prague.
Check out the stunning new interior at Le Palais in #Prague.

Reviews

#1
Christmas Treat
What a beautiful hotel. In spite of the cold weather we received a very warm welcome. We arrived before the stated check in, planning to just drop our bags and head out. Our room was ready so we were able to get settled before heading out. Our room was warm and comfortable. The bathroom was well set out and the underfloor heating was a welcome bonus. Towels, bathrobes and slippers are provided and in the evening a lady came round to turn down the beds and she also left chocolates.

The porter who took us to our room spent time helping us get our bearings and told us where we could get the metro to get into the city. The hotel is at the end of the 23 tram route which goes up to the castle so that makes life a little easier.

We dined in the restaurant on both nights of our stay and we were treated to fantastic food and excellent service from Moustafa. He explained all of the menu options and was attentive and entertaining. It is a pity not more of the guests visited the restaurant as they missed out on a real treat. Moustafa also gave us some good advice about public transport and the best places to see during our short stay.

Breakfast was included in our room price and was the buffet style you see in many hotels. There was plenty of choice for all tastes and needs and the staff were on hand to serve coffee and tea.

Whilst waiting for our transfer to the airport we tried the coffee and cake of the day and were once again served graciously by the barman.

A real gem of a hotel - just keep it to yourself!
Review by HelenNoble62

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#2
2 day break
Having booked this at the last minute we didn't know what expect
The hotel its self is beautiful and is situated at the end of a tram line (23) which was very handy for getting into the centre
On arrival we were shown round by the porter and the shown to our room
What i didn't expect was being asked by the porter to tip him before he left
Only having picked up our travel money at the airport i was at a bit of a loss of what to tip but the normal is 10%
The rooms are will equipped with the normal tea/coffee making facility and the over priced mini bar
Getting into the centre takes about 10 minutes by tram and about 35 minutes taking a leisurely stroll
Having asked the reception about the tram times all they said was about every half an hour but knew nothing else about it
Breakfast is normal continental and hot food (bacon eggs and sausage ) which was very nice and included
Great place for 2 nights and being only 1 and a half hours flight for Gatwick great for a short break
We used the airport transfer to the hotel which included a 4 hour tour of the old town the next day all for £14 for two people (well worth doing ) but be warned the taxis will rip you off
Review by Paul C

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#3
Wonderful hotel booked on Secret Escapes
Really good hotel. Beautiful interiors. Efficient friendly staff and top class service. Delicious breakfasts! Didn’t need more than a coffee and cake midday. Position slightly out of city centre but walkable. Beware taxis can take you on a circuitous route if you’re on a metered ride. Best ask for fee up front. There is a good spa downstairs but no swimming pool.! Ate one meal here which was delicious but much more expensive than other meals we had outside the hotel. Overall, no regrets and we loved Prague!!!
Review by Karin O

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#4
Magnificent
This a 5 star hotel. It is beautiful both exterior and interior. The service is outstanding and the staff is extremely helpful on every matter. The room are top notch.
The location is just right - secluded, but central. There is a first station tram just next to the hotel and it is a 10 minutes walk to two metro stations.
Even the small Gym is much more than your typical hotel Gym.
We stayed for 5 days and could stay there for ever.
Review by parkedge2016

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#5
Birthday weekend away, great hotel.
The hotel itself is very modern, with a classic feel and the staff are incredibly friendly and welcoming. Yes the hotel is a bit further out than others, but then you are within a very nice street in a boutique hotel, not in the central square in a ‘grey block style’ hotel surrounded by thousands of tourists. Uber is so cheap in Prague, so I felt it was better to be that touch further out (in our opinion). The breakfast was nice, decent enough selection, the room was spacious with mini bar, dressing gowns, shampoos etc. You get a nice feeling going here, it felt that you were staying somewhere classy without paying a fortune to do so (if that makes sense). If and when I go back to Prague we will be returning to this hotel, no question!
Review by Mark_Archway

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#6
Recommended
A beautiful hotel with friendly staff, comfortable rooms and a great breakfast buffet including a glass of bubbly! It is a bit of a walk to the main tourist areas (about 30-40 mins) but the number 23 tram stops right outside - just check running times. If not, the 22 leaves from just down the street and is more regular. The advantages of being in a quieter area are that the local restaurants and shops are cheaper, it’s quiet in the evenings and at night, and the walk into the old city is a pleasant one. The room was clean and included a ‘turn down’ service, and the bathroom was a lovely haven after all the walking. If I came to Prague again, I wouldn’t hesitate to book this hotel again.
Review by GothicWanderer83

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#7
Luxurious Hotel for Great Price
We adored this hotel. From the amazing fitness center to the luxurious rooms to the great view to the quiet neighborhood, it was hard to find fault with Le Palais Art. I suppose the biggest complaint is that it's pretty far from most of the tourist things to do (Old Town, Castle, etc). That said, we appreciated the quiet and the fact that its lack of proximity made us walk through areas of town we otherwise wouldn't have really looked at (we prefer to explore over just go to the major destinations).

We would happily stay here again!
Review by Adam C

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#8
Stylish (but rooms are a little shabby)
This is a nice stylish hotel. The back garden is amazing. However, the rooms need a little sprucing up. The rugs and lamp shades have A LOT of stains.

Be sure that you confirm confirm confirm everything! I reserved a car... the forgot to pick me up at airport. I reserved a 90 minute massage... i got a 60 minute massage. I extended the trip 1 day... they didn't keep the reservation. Get everything in writing!!!
Review by castlehyde

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#9
Stunning!!
What a beautiful hotel.. and I mean beautiful with a great selection of figurines and art work to admire. That's all enhanced with the lovely comfortable and spacious rooms, with everything you need for a city break. The service, the food and the all round helpfulness of the staff is brilliant. The hotel itself is situated far enough away from the noise of the city centre but close enough to get there via tram or metro service within 10 minutes.
Would happily recommend and would certainly return
Review by raidonkin

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Description

Location
Located in an upscale residential neighborhood just 15 minutes‘ by walk from Wenceslas Square and the National Museum. The hotel is the closest luxury hotel to the Prague Congress Centre and offers excellent transport links to the most popular tourist attractions, historical sights and business parks. Parks, gardens, cafés and restaurants can be found in the nearby surroundings.

Rooms
Built in 1841, the luxury Le Palais Art Hotel Prague is a striking example of Belle Époque architecture. The historic ornamental stucco and magnificent wall paintings help to create an unforgettable impression. A special atmosphere can be found in the spacious rooms and suites at our luxury hotel in Prague.

The intimate size of 72 rooms guarantees a personal approach to our guests in every single detail. This attention to the details, the personal touches and guest oriented assistance distills in a uniquely artistic atmosphere.

Food & Drink
The in-house restaurant Artista Restaurant has two quite stunning dining rooms (cream-coloured tables, chandeliers, black-framed modern artworks) and a creative menu of Czech and international dishes that range from lamb rack to sea bass with chanterelles and pumpkin risotto. In summer months, dine on the terrace to match your food with great views of the Prague Nusle valley and New Town. The lobby bar, richly designed with leather chairs and a subtly patterned rose carpet, has a library and fireplace, and a gentlemans' club feel complete with a cigar humidor and a slew of single malts. It also serves Italian roasted coffees and homemade cakes during the day.

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