Hotel Ehrlich only cost us about £60 each for 3 nights so I wasn't sure what to expect, but the reception area was lovely, with very friendly staff. Breakfast area was very pleasant - basic food but it's still nice to have a bowl of cereal & a coffee included! (Czech pastries were bizarre though) The room again was basic, hand held shower and no kettle or anything but clean with comfy beds and a safe. My one issue was that Expedia offered a hotel transfer for a certain price, but when I emailed the hotel they said it would be more than twice as much, so be aware that it is advertised incorrectly (we booked a shuttle independently in the end) The hotel is about a 30-40 minute walk from the Old Town Square which we were happy to do every day, but I believe there is public transport and it's very cheap.
All in all Prague is a beautiful city and I would stay at Hotel Ehrlich again!
Nice hotel , very clean , staff very friendly and helpful . Very close to town centre , just few bus or tram stops . Prague is very beautiful city with lots of shops resteurans and mould wine on every corner x
We were really satisfied with our choice, the hotel was pretty nice, the staff were very helpful and friendly and they spoke English quite good. The room was small but lovely the cleanness was alright. The location is not Prague's best area because it is pretty far from the centre however the public transport is okay so to reach it by bus is no more than 20 minutes. Prague is lovely especially around Christmas we will definitely go there again in the future and we would happy to stay in this hotel next time as well. The price I have paid was unbelievable cheap and the breakfast was also great. We do recommend to everyone who wants to visit Prague to stay at this hotel!
The hotel itself is lovely, great location with tram stop a minute walk away that takes you straight into town, the staff are helpful and rooms are clean & tidy. Its about a 20-30 minute walk from town but with the tram its only a 5 minute ride and the trams come along every few minutes anyway. The only downside I had was they didn't have double rooms, we booked a double room and when we got there we had 2 singles pushed together with 2 lots of single bedding. We went to reception and were told that is a double, they don't have double beds. That is my only reason for not giving 5*, if I book a double I expect a double.
Traveller from England
Cosy hotel, recently renovated, located near the city centre within walking distance from the Wenceslas Square and other …More