Ibis Praha Wenceslas Square is a 3-star hotel located in the historic part of Prague, 10 minutes walk from the famous Wenceslas Square, National Museum, State Opera and Prague Convention centre. Ideal for leisure and business trips, the hotel offers 181 air-conditioned rooms, breakfast restaurant with summer terrace, food corner open 24/7, free WIFI, meeting rooms and onsite paying parking. Guests may also use the wellness area at the Novotel hotel next door (fees apply).
In the City
Distance to airport 18km (PRG)
Address: +420222865777, Katerinska 36, 36, Prague, Czech Republic
Prague, Prague, Czech Republic
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Simply put; it’s central, affordable, comfortable and the staff are friendly.
You really can’t go wrong with this hotel and I would highly recommend it.
It’s a short distance away from most transport links making it’s easy to access anywhere in the city.
Just returned from a 3 night stay at this hotel.
The hotel is in a good location - approximately a 10 minute walk to Wenceslas Square.
The rooms were small and basic but sufficient for a short break. It was equipped with a TV and hairdryer and had adequate storage. No tea/coffee making facilities in the room.
The shower was powerful and towels were changed daily.
Staff were friendly and helpful and service was good.
There is a small cafe next to reception that is open 24/7 and allows you to buy snacks such as sandwiches, crisps, chocolate, water, juice, tea, coffee and cakes. You just pay at reception.
We stayed in a bed and breakfast basis. Breakfast was continental buffet style with tended to be the same every day - Scrambled eggs, boiled eggs, hotdog style sausages, porridge, meats, cheese, cereals, breads, cakes and pastries along with tea, coffee and juice. Food was nice and plentiful if a little repetitive.
All in all for the amount of time we spent in the hotel it was a nice stay and a good base for exploring the beautiful city of Prague. I would return to stay at this hotel again.
Although it is called Weneslas Square it is about 10 mins walk away. Quiet area close to I.P. Pavlova metro station.
Could do with a Kettle ( tea / coffee ) in the room.
Very helpful staf arrived earl in the morning asked if we could leave our luggage, our room was free so let us check in early.
On leaving you were able to store bags till leaving in the afternoon.