this is the 3rd time we have been to Prague and the second time in this hotel, the rooms are pretty basic, no kettle/iron/press etc, but there is a TV and a huge bed (with seperate duvets) and enough space to sit and sleep comfortably. It's located in a residential area, with around 10 pubs within a 5 minute walk, the tram stop is 10 mins away taking you straight to town. We liked the fact that we weren't in the middle of town all the time, it's really quiet where the hotel is, and there aren't many tourists at all. The restaurants nearby are superb and the staff at the pubs are really friendly and welcoming. I would recommend this to anyone who just wants to see the sights, drink, smoke (you can still smoke inside pubs and restaurants!) and basically just relax. In the town there are plenty of sights, and the hotel can arrange a river boat cruise with a car to pick you up from the hotel and drop you off again. Also, they have their own taxi to take you back to the airport. We will be back next year!
We went to prague for a cheap week and this hotel fitted the bill perfectly, the rooms were clean and comfortable, I would have preferred double beds that we booked rather than the twins pushed together that we received but other than that I can't complain. Spitting distance from a tram stop that is 10 minutes from the old town, friendly staff, 15 mins walk from a metro station from the airport and 650Kc taxi journey (£20ish) from the airport. Breakfast isn't going to blow your mind but it is fine for something to eat and there are plenty of pubs to eat and drink in the evening where you won't get stung by the tourist prices. There's one place 30 seconds walk that sells 70p pints so can't complain there.
I was happy with this hotel. It was comfortable, staff were helpful. Local shops nearby are cheaper than buying drinks in hotel. Breakfast was fine. I decided to walk to the city centre, it was a brisk walk but you get to walk through the real streets, not just the touristy bits. It is all straight roads so can't really get lost. If on own, I'd not walk back too late though, I felt safe but best to be careful!