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The hotel location is good<br> The room was fine (except bathroom toilet appearance) and all clean. The room in general was rather quiet, thought I could hear some sounds went from the corridor. Also I would specially mention an excellent morning meal and very convenient location. The employees is friendly and helpful.<br> The place didn't provide an opportunity to make coffee or tea within the room. The bathroom and shower weren't equiped to let you comfortably use both. The employees tried to make us as comfy as possible<br> - The body lotion provided by the hotel was excellent, one of the best we have tried. We wish we could have some more.-The reception employees spoke a good vary of languages, so that was very good and handy.- The location of the hotel just can't get any better. Best location in Prague.Very good check in and check out. They also took care of our luggage one we checked out.-We had an issue with our room and the employees did a brilliant work at solving the issue.- The size of the rooms.- The curvy flat TVs were very nice.<br> Excellent location, very friendly and helpful staff, spacious room, good service, value for money! Highly recommend!<br> Perfect location, just less than 10 minutes walking to the Clock Tower and 5 minutes to the Central Station. Breakfast was excellent and of good quality! Lots of variety both for sweet and savory food.I really appreciated the modern concept of the structure, especially of the hall.<br> Excellent and courteous staff. Very happy to acommodate individual requests. Allowed me to check in early and check out late guven my bizarre flights.<br> Lovely big comfortable beds and huge pillows, beautiful desgned interiers and nice breakfast. Super location so close to station and trams.<br> The stay at 987 hotel was very pleasant. We were upgraded to a suite free of charge, the employees was extremely nice and helpful and we even had a late checkout with no extra fees. Even when I remembered I lost something after leaving the hotel, the front desk employees was very helpful and helped look for my belongings. I would definitely recommend a stay here.<br> Breakfast, service, staff. Smiling faces of all the staff.<br> I picked it for the location and was not disappointed. I had an early train to catch - this is THE CLOSEST hotel to the station, so made my morning easy.<br> My room was modern and very large, and the king sized bed was very comfortable. Location was a few minutes walk to Old Town and walking distance to the central station, so it was perfect. The employees was very friendly and professional, and the morning meal buffet was great! Even got a free welcome drink (sparkling wine) upon arrival.<br> Staff were helpful, friendly, location was good for sight seeing, morning meal was nice<br> The employees are amazing here, they are very warm and hosting and will help you with anything you need. The food is nice especially the traditional potato soup and they have a perfect selection for the morning meal buffet. The cleaners are very good too and always made sure the room was kept clean and tidy.<br> The employees was extremely friendly and helpful. The location ideal, minutes from train ststion and to the main town sits. It was quiet and restful and very safe area. The morning meal was very good and I would definitely stay here again and recommend it to family and friends<br> Very helpful front desk staff. Only short walk from main railway station and Hop-on Hop-off bus stop at hotel entra
The room was not what I booked. Also the room I booked was available the next day from your site for 30% less. I was led by your advertisement that it was one of tha last rooms available and of course non refundable. I feel cheated and will never use your website ever again. Even from the hotels web site the room was cheaper. I think I wasted my time even writing this to you but I feel that I had to. Also the waiters at the morning meal where simply tragic, can't speak English and smiling for them is like doing hard labour. <br> Strange configuration of the room. One could call this a modern design, but I personally found a wash stand situated outside the bathroom to be uncomfortable for use.<br> We didn't like the breakfast. The employees during the morning meal just spoke Czech, no English at all, so it was very hard to communicate with them. Furthermore, they were inattentive at times, as sometimes they forgot to high up the coffee machines or to high up the croissants.Also, the quality of the morning meal itself was questionable. Two days, they served juice of spoiled watermelon, which is completely unacceptable. Furthermore, they didn't have cookies nor olive oil and during 2 consecutive days they ran out of german cheese, which was disappointing. Also, the quality of all the morning meal bread was notably poor, as it was too soft and not crunchy at all. You would find much better bread in any supermarket really. The quality of the croissants was not up to the standard either, the croissants were neither crispy and golden, but they were soft and heavy instead. They just had one type of jam and butter.For breakfast, they didn't have any traditional czech morning meal cakes, such as Medovnik, Babovka or Bublanina. You go to a different country on expensive holidays to try new things and you can't. We found this extremely discouraging.Its not that difficult to provide your customers with comfy chairs, traditional czech food, proper bread and croissants, proper watermelon juice, English speaking morning meal staff, cookies and oil. Specifically in a For-star hotel of this caliber.All in all we were let down by the breakfast.<br> kettle for hot water is not available but they helped us to get hot water at the bar!<br> I dare say nothing<br> Dinner menu could be richer.<br> Some aspects could be more practical, over designed, for example no handrail on staircase, makes it hard to drag suitcase to upper floor in suites expecially as steps are polished wood and slippery. Same about bath shower, nothing to hold onto as stepping out of bath onto a wet floor. Breakfasts were good but same each day, some variation would be nice. Small bar, unused whilst I was there.<br> There was only one baby high chair. But i guess not many babies go there often . So its acceptable.<br> The holding handles at the bath level, it was dangerous. The level of the bath is to high compared with normal baths and it is impossible for old or average hight people. Showers would fit better with the room.Also the key did not work properly to open the door. In terms of privacy they insisted to have my personal home when I was on travel for business and this conflicts with GDPR regulation.There is no facilities at all in that hotel, no fitness no pool no garden<br> The hotel room walls are pretty thin so you can hear a bit from the other rooms. But I think this is a problem with a lot of hotels in general.<br> Couldn't see out of the one window that was there as it
987 Design Prague Hotel The 987 Prague is a modern design hotel within the town centre, next to the Main Train Station. Its interior is styled by famous designers. Free Wi-Fi is available.
Very good review by Booking 8.3 Price: 119 € Rooms available80 rooms
Senovazne Namesti 15, Prague, 98seven-design-prague-hotel_cz_senovazne-namesti
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