What We Love
- The peaceful location in the Lesser Town
- The summer terrace has views of the Prague Castle
- The selection of traditional Czech beers at the restaurant
What To Know
- It’s a good 20-minute walk to the Old Town, although the trams are easy to use
- LCD TVs have free Pay-TV movies in the bedrooms
- You can arrange day trips within the Czech Republic or even to cities in neighboring countries with Miroslav Beránek, the hotel’s driver
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
In keeping with its historic surroundings of Prague’s Lesser Town, Hotel Julian is traditional in style. Dotted with antique cabinets, gilt-framed portraits and maps, its flagstone floors lead to an ‘English style’ library complete with stuffed armchairs and a fireplace. Each of the 33 rooms and suites err on the more minimal side with simple furnishings and a warm color palette. En-suite bathrooms are clean and white and deluxe double rooms have corner baths. The basement restaurant dishes up both Czech and international cuisine and in the summer months you can dine al fresco looking out over Prague Castle.
How to Get There
Spent 5 days here in early June. Nice location, good restaurant, terrific staff including most notably, the manager, Richard.
Easy to get to all desired sightseeing. Staff helpful in arranging tours, etc. Would certainly stay here again when in Prague.
Happy and professional staff made all the difference! Perfect little hotel with their priorities clearly in place. Travelling on my own and a little travel weary, this place was just what I needed. Out of the bustle but still a great location. Fabulous rooftop despite the cold. Will stay here again!
Air Conditioning! Really nice, helpful people! Hotel Julian staff are incredible. I had questions before arrival, which were quickly answered. Two members of our party arrived at the airport and asked for the pick-up service (provided for a reasonable fee), which really helped after the long intercontinental flight. We were all offered a drink (I got a champagne cup) on arrival, far more welcome than a bottle of tepid water. The beds had full, thick mattresses, not the thin, hard Ikea pallets you will find at many European hotels. The rooftop terrace is a joy. Make sure to spend a few minutes unwinding with a comfortable seat and the gorgeous view. The breakfast was of much higher quality than most hotels and had hot egg dishes, sausage and bacon, and a huge selection of cold items. Last but not least, I must mention the concierge staff. They were incredibly helpful, always cheerful, and truly caring. On several occasions they gave advice that kept us from making mistakes with our money and our time. I've just spent a month in Europe, in one or two-night stays. Out of all the hotels I visited, Hotel Julian is one of the very few I would visit again.
Stayed here 4 nights. Great hotel. Friendly. Warm, Best bed during our three week trip. The restaurant is amazing. Great location. Easy walk to all the tourist sites but not iright n the middle of them. Definitely recommend.
This hotel has an awesome Relationship Manager and a group of well-trained friendly staff. There is elevator to all rooms and it comes with a roof top dinning area. Location may be a bit off the main attractions but they are all within walking distance. The tram station is just 3-5 minutes behind the hotel. I love the quiet location which I can sleep easily in the night. The room is cozy, comfortable and clean with high ceiling. The downside is not enough powers sockets in the room. With smartphones, power banks, camera batteries, smart watches etc, having more sockets or extension cord will be great for travelers.
For the 4 nights I stayed, breakfast gets busy around 830-930am daily. So be early or you will have to wait for an empty table. But I must admit that the restaurant staff are very patient and polite. If only all hotels have such great hospitality.