Hotel was excellent and staff were very helpful. The breakfast was very good and filling. The rooms and the bedding were very very clean the only thing if you are there when it is hot they have no air-conditioning and the rooms do get hot. It is very close to the public transport and using the public transport it is easy to navigate the city we took two children with us aged two and seven and they loved it.
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!
Excellent hotel for such a great nightly rate. My girl friend and I thought the facilities were very clean and comfortable. The comforters are soooo soft!!! Also we loved the baked beans at the breakfast buffet :) The staff was extremely helpful and genuinely nice. I would recommend this hotel to anyone!
A nice hotel to stay I if you are on a low budget. The moment you walk in it looks different than anything else. everything is extremely open and easy to navigate. The people working at the check in are very understanding and sofisticsted. Out from the the bar you can see the main part of the theatre were they serve FREE breakfast. The food is great and is a real bonus due to the low cost. The building itself is a marvel to look at, the architecture and decor really add to the whole feel of sleeping in a theatre. When you first get into the room you will be scared of how small it is but you can really get used to it. There are no ways to cook food but you can always bring some chips or a pizza home. The room has a large roof and big glass windows and a small balcony. The beds make up the centre of the room and are quit comfortable. They clean your room frequently and everything is neat and tidy. The whole feel of a theatre transformed into a hotel makes for a great experience. The rooms are very small but still feel very roomy. The price is very affordable for all you get and is really just a great place to stay.