Hotel Maria Prag
What We Love
- A boutique stay in the heart of Prague with breakfast, spa access, welcome treats and more
- Taking it easy and making the most of a dedicated breakfast menu for late-risers
- The finishing touches like Nespresso coffee machines in every room
- Indulging in a pamper session at the Acquapura City Spa in the basement
What To Know
- Free WiFi
- Underground parking on site
- Rooms near the front of the hotel can get some street noise
Adding a contemporary zing to the Czech Republic’s capital, these four-star dwellings are fabulous for those wanting a laid-back stay where a trendy vibe pervades. Set just a five-minute stroll from Wenceslas Square and the State Opera and only 10 minutes from the Old Town, almost everything you’d want to see in Prague is on your doorstop – or within walking distance.
Savvy style-seekers couldn’t wish for a cooler city base. There’s a lovely basement spa with sauna, steam bath, fitness room and treatment menu, a lobby bar for day-to-night lounging, and 109 spacious and decidedly modern guest rooms with huge abstract headboards, Nespresso coffee machines, flatscreen TVs, and more.
And the food’s not bad either. Before setting off to look longingly at Prague Castle from Charles Bridge, marvel at the quirky Dancing House and stock up on all sorts of curios at the open-air Havelske Trziste, refuel on the impossibly good breakfasts. Or simply stay in bed and relish the fact that there’s a dedicated à la carte menu for late-risers
Each of the 109 rooms and suites has a decidedly modern look. The Superior rooms are kitted out with wooden flooring, double beds or two twins with a huge abstract headboard, and en-suite bathroom with either shower or bathtub. Extras include a Nespresso coffee machine with complimentary capsules, flatscreen TV with satellite channels, and Wi-Fi access to keep you connected.
Kick-start the day with three choices of breakfast (continental, American or American-style buffet) – all of which are loaded with cooked-to-order international staples and regional delicacies. The sleek-looking restaurant opens from 6:30am to 10:30am Monday to Friday, and from 7am until noon on weekends and bank holidays. There is also a dedicated à la carte breakfast menu that runs daily until 11:30am.Further culinary thrills continue throughout the day by way of unique Falkensteiner Alpine-Adriatic cuisine – a fusion of light Mediterranean delicacies and down-to-earth Alpine dishes. There’s also a lobby bar for all sorts of drinks, snacks, and light bites.
For a soak, soothe and pick-me-up, the Acquapura City Spa is kitted out with a sauna, steam bath and fitness room. The impressive array of specifically tailored treatments includes massages, reflexology, facials, milk baths, lymphatic drainage, breathing exercises, and more. In-room treatments are available on request, depending on availability.
You’ll be staying right in the centre of Prague, just a five-minute stroll from Wenceslas Square and the State Opera and only 10 minutes from the Old Town and its striking Gothic Old Town Hall. Must-dos include gazing at Prague Castle from the famously ornate Charles Bridge, marvelling at the 213-feet-high Powder Tower, taking the funicular railway up Petrin Hill for knockout views, and shopping for curios at the open-air Havelske Trziste.Further thrills include touring the Jewish Quarter, visiting Prague Beer Museum, and getting your fix of modern art at Prague’s award-winning National Gallery. Falkensteiner Hotel Maria Prag is 20-minute taxi ride from Václav Havel Prague Airport.
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The hotel is just 3-4 minutes walk away from prag main railway station..and 15 minutes walk distance to the center.Nice welcome drink offer ,free coffee machine in The room and perfect breakfast is the positive points of the hotel.but ı have Some complaints.
Thé room given to us is on Thé first floor and located at the end of corridor which is the last room.there was no wireless connection and broken shower was drop our morality.when ı was complaint about wireless problem the man in The reception put me in a position of lier.This was Thé second shock ı have ever faced.Thé man is rude and has to be trained about communication with guests.
Second day they were provide us a new room at 6 th floor which is the last floor roof decorated room. Thé room was better but problems continue. Bathroom dranage doesn't work and water cover the bottom of the shower.
All carpet in The hotel were dirty and there was a general carpet cleaning problem. I recommend management giving importance to technical service and housekeepers training
Thé second shift the girl in The reception is nice and friendly.
Thé hotel May have better rooms which we dont know,But what I can not accept is .if there is a technical missing in The rooms you shouldt open to the guests.SORRY
Enjoyed our stay,we traveled from Bratislava by train and hotel 5 minutes across the park on the left.Check in good .Room clean and spacious,mini bar and coffee machine.Like the environment friendly idea and get a free drink at the bar.
Breakfast very good,the omelette menu should be on every table not on a board in a corner.Waiters should inter act with guests and talk between themselves and smile.Hotel within walking distance to many interesting touristic places
The hotel is in a superb location in the centre of the city yet quiet off the main track. its facilities are good and the breakfast is all you can eat. The staff are warm and friendly and go out of their way to help. I would highly recommend the hotel, I have stayed there 10 times which says it all.
This hotel was in an excellent location and walking distance from the square and shops.
Hotel is very clean, the staff are friendly and helpful.
The breakfast is very good with lots of variety, something for everyone.
The rooms are extremely clean, and spacious however some rooms the ceilings are very low in places, not great for me who is 5ft8 and my husband over 6ft!
We would definitely stay at this hotel again. Value for money, clean and great location.
We simply cannot believe how paper-thin and worn the towels are in this hotel. It's like staying in a hostel. The bathtub does not drain and the switch between the tub and the shower does not work -- if you take a shower, there is always water coming out of the tub faucet and if you take a bath, the hand-held shower cannot be shut off. At the same time, there is no way to stop the sink from draining if you want to wash a few items of clothing.
When we arrived, we were initially given a comfort/standard room even though we had booked a superior room via full pre-payment 3 months prior. Went back down to the reception to request the proper category of room, where the reception insisted that we were in a superior room...a quick show of photos illustrating room categories on the hotel website from a smartphone and we were moved to another room in the proper category that we had prepaid. The reception staff from that moment on refused to smile or be even remotely helpful for the rest of our stay.
Good location near the main train station, but you will also hear the noise of trams and automobile traffic going by until late at night and early in the morning.
The corridors are extremely dark and the carpeting in the corridors is dirty and stained -- it also smells bad in the corridors. Outside our room there is a very large stain on the carpet that indicates water damage (it smells quite bad). They really should clean or replace this soiled carpeting and brighten the corridors with lighting -- it's so dark that the corridors are somewhat hazardous. The darkness also makes it challenging to find your room number.
To get into the hotel, you have to carry suitcases up about 6 steps and there is no bellman available to help. The reception desk staff can see guests struggling with luggage, but they do no move from behind the reception desk.
The floors in our room are sticky and if you walk barefoot in the room, the soles of your feet become blackened with dirt within minutes. Makes me wonder how clean the rest of the room is. They should provide each room with bath slippers instead of making that an option that must be requested.
With just a few updates from management, this could be a very nice hotel and a true 4-star. Again, worst part of stay really has been the unbelievably thin and excessively worn towels.