Occidental Praha Wilson
What We Love
- A five-star boutique hotel with a perfect location in the heart of Prague – includes breakfastThe unbeatable location surrounded by cultural gems, such as the National Museum, just steps away
- Sampling delicious national dishes in a chic setting at the hotel’s stylish restaurant
- Taking in fabulous views of the city without even leaving your room
What To Know
- Central location, just steps from the main sights
- The staff offers five-star service
- Free WiFi
When a city is as perfect for exploring on foot as Prague, hotel location is everything. It’s handy, then, that Occidental Praha Wilson is perfectly set in the center of the capital’s New Town district;you’re among the city’s top attractions from the minute you step outside the lobby.
Right next to Wenceslas Square, with fabulous views of the National Museum, Castle and State Opera, the hotel is a 53-room haven of peace amid the cultural and gastronomical gems that make up this fascinating capital. It’s also new, so you can expect high-spec, luxury finishes throughout, along with all the trappings and services to be expected from a five-star gem.
With a regal, gold-and-blue color scheme and spectacular vistas of the National Museum, Deluxe rooms with city views certainly live up to their name. Expect first-class services and amenities, from 24-hour room service to sumptuous toiletry treats in the bathroom. Each room offers a twin or king-sized bed, a desk and a spacious, en-suite bathroom. Executive rooms are a bit larger, and include
With its cobbled streets and historical landmarks around every corner, Prague is a city made for exploring on foot. The hotel is right in the heart of the capital, next to the cultural hub of Wenceslas Square, where you’ll practically share a doorstep with the National Museum (Národní Museum to locals) and the beautiful State Opera. Cultural highlights are endless, but a must-see is Prague Castle, a mere half-hour walk across the river, crossing the famous Charles Bridge on your way. Take in the masterpieces of Monet and Van Gogh at the National Gallery in Prague (a 15-minute stroll), treat your taste buds at the city’s two Michelin-starred restaurants (Alcron and La Degustation Bohême Bourgeoise) or tour the historic Staropramen brewery. If you want to explore further afield, excellent transport links and a metro station are right at the hotel’s front door.
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We visit there as a couple in last Julay, the location is great, the service too.
The down side of our visit is the AC, it
was useless, just make noise and very hot.
The hotel is very clean and highly maintaine
I stay in your hotel with not work television for three days, I keep notify your host and they said they will let your technician fix but no one appears to fix it. The worst is when I talk to a man like a manager and his attitude is so bad. Your website state is five stars hotel, but service act not like what your state. Very disappointed.
The hotel is only 8 minutes away from the Prague central train station, which is very convenience for us as we are taking train to Munich after the hotel stay. The room we have is on the top floor, with air conditioning, we don't feel warm at all. The view is great. facing the National Museum. Subway station is outside the hotel. Walking to the old town is a nice 15 minutes walk. Shops, restaurants are within couple of minutes away (walking). Breakfast buffet is 10 Euro which is good value. There is a security guard on duty at the front entrance. And you need to room card to get to your floor. One draw back is there is only one elevator for the whole hotel. So give yourself time when checking out if you are in a hurry.
First impressions were not too good. The hotel is above a MacDonalds, with an escaltor up to the reception area. Once you reach this it all seems far more positive. There are rooms on this level with stairs and lifts to rooms on higher floors (it is amazing how many hotels block off the stairs nowadays!).
The small bar and restaurant are just a continuation of the reception area. The bar itself is small and does not have many beers on offer. No Pilsners when I was staying, just one dark beer. It is OK for a nightcap, but not much more. The best aspect is the view from the window, which overlooks the National Museum, which is very imposing, espcially when lit at night.
My room was comfortable, clean and well equipped, but quite dark.
The location of the hotel is excellent. Apart from being opposite the National Museumit is on one end of Wencesalas Square (which is not actually a square!) and within walking distance of the old town and Old Town Square.
Overall, I like this hotel and I will probably stay here again next time I visit Prague.
Hotel is very clean and comfortable. Location was the highlight for us. Close to subway station and close walking distance to all major sights. Would definitely stay here again based on location. Service was just OK-not poor, just nothing stood out in any interaction we had.