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
The things that I loved about H7 Palace is how near it was to the city centre. I don't remember taking a bus or a metro a lot to get to the famous places. They're all in the walking distance from the hotel. Furthermore, I really liked the combinations of texture and muted colors, historic yet well-maintained and tidy room which was really quiet and comforting.
Location ok, but in the night is it far away from quiet. At least if you have a room like us facing the street, Family Premier Suite, that is spacious and nice but would need 2 bathrooms to be a real family suite and my God, the pillows, hard like a rock.
Few tv channels too.
Breakfast nothing to complain about, like I read that others had issues with. Enough but in the basement so a bit claustrofobic, like the penthouse we had that only had windows in the ceiling and no view.
Have stayed at good 5 star hotels in Prague before for the same or less amount we payed here, around 250 €/night. Ok we could be 3 adults not sharing bed as one of us slept on the sofa and the other two in sep doublebeds.
Prague is not for me so will probably never go back after the times I’ve been there now, and would I do would I choose a 5 * hotel more in the center and with more service and facilities.
The manager was a very nice man and did his best to take care of the big group that we were a part of.
We stayed in H7 Palace for four nights recently. My husband was having eye surgery at Praga Medica and the clinic was just around the corner from hotel so very convenient. Our room was large and quiet, spotlessly clean with big comfy bed and sofa. Breakfasts were continental, delicious with plenty of choice. Only fruit teas provided in room so bring your own tea bags and longlife milk if you like your morning cuppa, as we do! There was, a fridge in our room. The hotel is within easy walking distance of Wenceslas Sq and Old Town and there are plenty of eateries in the area. The "pub" across the road from the hotel serves good basic food and tasty Prague beer on tap. The only problem we had was that we were not able to leave our suitcases at the hotel for the day when we checked out (we had a late flight back to Heathrow so had some hours to kill before our taxi was due). The hotel will look after your cases for a couple of hours max but do not have proper storage facilities for looking after luggage in these circumstances. The manager told us we could leave our cases at nearest railway station for a small charge but in the end we found a local youth hostel through Bagbnb.com that looked after our cases for 5 euros for the day. Bit unsecured so local station prob safer but it was fine for us.
H7 Palace gave us a convenient and comfortable stay in Prague.
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.