What We Love
- Discreet elegance in the heart of Prague's New Town, at the city's first designer aparthotelStaying in Prague’s first designer aparthotel that’s been open for less than a year
- Taking advantage of the spot-on location, just a stone’s throw from the buzzy Wenceslas Square
- Effortlessly cool rooms and suites with Italian-inspired décor and lovely extras
What To Know
- Housed in two buildings, one of which is a 19th-century Renaissance Revival palazzo
- A bistro, cocktail bar and fitness center are in the works
- Guestrooms are sleek and spacious
- Central location, just a 10-minute walk from the city's main sights
- Free WiFi
A stay at H7 Palace places you in the heart of Prague, minutes from Czech National Museum and close to Old Town Square. This 4-star aparthotel is within close proximity of Wenceslas Square and Peace Square.
Make yourself at home in one of the 49 air-conditioned rooms featuring refrigerators and flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wired and wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and satellite programming provides entertainment. Bathrooms have showers and complimentary toiletries. Conveniences include safes and desks, and housekeeping is provided on a limited basis.
Spa, Wellness & Premium Amenities
Take in the views from a garden and make use of amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access and tour/ticket assistance.
Food & Drink
Buffet breakfasts are available daily for a fee.
Business & Travel Amenities
Featured amenities include complimentary wired Internet access, luggage storage, and an elevator (lift). A roundtrip airport shuttle is provided for a surcharge (available 24 hours).
How to Get There
This new modern hotel is in a excellent location. It's easy to walk or take a tram. The breakfast was delicious eg. fresh fruit and berries. We also liked our elegant room. The only not so satisfactory matter was the nearly arrogant and unpolite behaviour of the manager working in the reception.
We stayed four night in two rooms. Reception wasn't immediately when you entered, but upstairs in an office, but I was warmly welcomed and we had our room keys quickly. Unfortunately, one room was still being serviced, but it really didn't matter as we stored our luggage in the other room and went to lunch on Wenceslas Square- just a short walk away. The Old Town is also only about a 15 minute pleasant stroll from the hotel.
To get to our rooms (which were in the other wing), we had to climb half a flight of stairs as our floor wasn't fully serviced by the lift which was a little bit difficult with heavy luggage. Our rooms were basically furnished and clean but had everything we needed for a pleasant stay. The best thing about the rooms were the lovely, large marble bathrooms. There is a courtyard between the reception wing and our wing, which was a lovely place to sit and relax.
The hotel is modern and stylish and features marble floors in the public areas and has a nice sense of space. We had breakfast one morning in the dining room and it was of a good standard and reasonably priced. We had the pleasure to speak to the new General Manager and he was more than happy to have a chat.
We enjoyed our stay and would happily recommend H7 Palace.
Great location. Well appointed rooms. Spacious. Cleaned every day. Room has all facilities. Good continental breakfast with good selection of breads, ham, cheese etc. Good friendly staff.
Well worth a visit.
H7 Palace is close to everything. It is in a gracious old building with large, airy rooms. We slept 3 very comfortably in our room. The bathrooms are modern. The breakfast is amazing. Staff very friendly. H7 was a tremendous value.
I had done a thorough search for accommodation in Prague as many accommodation prices were cheaper than what I was used to in Western Europe.
I can certainly say that this was the right choice!
The hotel is on a quiet street just 1km from central station and it is quite easy to walk there. The hotel is also about 1km or a 10 minute walk from one of the main streets (Vaclavske Namesti) that eventually leads into the old town if you follow it straight down.
The hotel felt new, it was bright with high ceilings, and modern. I loved how, what I assume was a previous older building, was minimalistically merged into a fresh, modern hotel. It was also very spacious and very clean. The hotel personnel has done an outstanding job in terms of cleaning. It was also very quiet!
The hotel room was spacious. We stayed here with 3 adults and were never in each other’s way or stepping on top of luggage. The bathroom was perfect: new, lots of towels and a great shower. The beds were comfortable (with crisp white sheets!) and big. There were 3 windows in the room bringing lots of light even with the room facing the court yard.
We didn’t have breakfast included but decided to have it in the hotel anyways. A good variety of bread with choices of meat, cheese, yogurt, pancakes, cereal, boiled eggs, fruit. It’s a simple breakfast but certainly sufficient to get your day started. It is buffet style so you can easily load up on the fresh carbs.
The hotel staff was very friendly!! I was pleasantly surprised as I had left my expectation for customer service at the airport. But arriving at H7 and checking in was a breeze and we were welcomed and treated with the utmost friendliness and respect.
[In regards to the general customer service, anyone visiting from Western Europe or North America will need to lower their expectation. People there interact differently with the customer, eye contact and smiling varies in every country. You may perceive it as rude, but just perceive it as different and don’t take it personally.]
To get to the hotel we took the Airport Express bus from the airport to the main train station. This was cheap and easy. At the airport, you can buy bus tickets in terminal one at the tourist information desk (not at the kiosk for other local busses, metro or tram). At the train station you can buy the AE bus ticket at the domestic bus/train counter.