Art Deco Imperial Hotel

, Prague, Czech Republic
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Art Deco Imperial Hotel

, Prague
5 star

Rooms: 126

15 Na Poøíèí - Prague - 110 00 1 - Czech Republic Hotel Website | | 420 246 011 600
607 Traveller

Reviews - Art Deco Imperial Hotel

7/10
Great breakfasts
Submitted by: Phil in 24/08/06
  • Age Group: 26 - 30
  • From: United Kingdom
  • Traveller type: Backpacker
Great breakfasts served in the best looking art Nouveau style Restaurant where you can top up on top class coffee too. It has a good range of food on the menu. The beds are ok and the place a young atmosphere with folk from all over the world staying there. Also has a scary lift to the floors. I used the stair case!

Historical Traveller Reviews of Art Deco Imperial Hotel

Amazing Imperial Prague

from Mansunday
During a too short visit to Prague, my wife and I stayed in the Imperial Hotel. I had booked via the Internet and was a little skeptical because the rate they offered was very competative compared to the other options. Well, we were way surprised. The service was great from the word go and the rooms absolutely beautiful. The old town is right down the street. We loved every minute and would definately recommend staying there.

Beautiful hotel+ very helpful staff

from cristalfragile
I booked this hotel on lastminute com as part of their secret hotel promotion. We got a very good deal on the room.
Arrived very late on friday, the staff was waiting for us, they were extremely helpful (helped us find a restaurant at midnight).
The room was normal size but the bed was just amazing. i'm sure at least 5 people could sleep in it, and the room was very well decorated. The sauna, hammam and jacuzzi in the fitness center was excellent especially after a long cold day sightseeing.
Last amazing thing: the breakfast buffet which is plentyful and delicious. basically loved everything about this hotel: great location, great service etc...

Wonderful Hotel in Greal Location

from DCLawman
We loved the Hotel Imperial. The room was beautifully decorated; the bed was very comfortable; and the heated (!) marble floor and towel rack in the bathroom were especially appreciated in February. Also outstanding is the buffet breakfast, which includes, in addition to the usual scrambled eggs, bacon, and cold meats and cheeses, a made-to-order omelet station, fresh fruit, smoked salmon, and delectable croissants.

The hotel is very conveniently located, just a 10-minute walk to Old Town Square, one block from the B Metro Line at Namesti Republiky, and one block from where the Cedaz airport shuttle drops off and picks up (only 120 Ck).

Amazing Hotel!!!!

from ABandJG
Me and my partner decided to book the Hotel Imperial after carefully considering so many other hotels. This was our first trip away together and we wanted it to be perfect. We were given a great bit of advice from a friend which was to stay as close to the Old Town as possible rather than on Wenceslas Sq, and we are so glad we did. The Old Town is beautiful... like a fairytale. Where as Wenceslas Sq is quite similer to most cities.

Hotel Imperial was situated really close to The Old Town Square & everything was within walking distance. The Metro & trams were really close as well but we didn't really need to use them. The staff were great, really helpful & polite. They made us feel really welcome & fit in. The breakfast was great and the coffee was even better. The breakfast room was really stunning & well priced if you were going for an evening meal.

Our room was perfect for us. Although it wasn't the biggest room, everything was finished to such a high standard and with so much effort it made our trip really special. The bed itself was so comfortable with massive soft pillows I was quite sad to leave it behind!

Hotel Imperial really made our trip as amazing as it was & we are so glad we chose this hotel. I couldn't recommend Prague highly enough, it is City that you have to see for yourself to appreciate how beautiful it is.

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Loved the Imperial

from BeHappyCambridge
Just returned from Prague and our stay at the Imperial made our trip even better. The Imperial has a lovely warm atmosphere with helpful and friendly staff. The rooms are luxurious and cozy, ideal when returning from those long walks. We also found eating in the hotel a great experience compared with the rip off prices charge in the Old Town Square. Highly recommend this hotel.

A great hotel, but not really 5 star quality.

from Blondii
This hotel is what I would expect in a 4 star hotel. It was missing the 5 star qualities, but was very nice nonetheless. The hotel interior was Art Deco at its best. It was totally renovated and really quite lovely. Unfortunately, the jacuzzi in the wellness area was broken. This was a big disappointment as I was greatly looking forward to it. A proper 5 star hotel wouldn't allow that to remain broken. We booked an executive room. We were very happy with the room. It was spacious and VERY clean. It was decorated with beautiful textiles and had good quality furnishings along with an LCD TV. We had 2 huge windows overlooking the street. The bed was comfortable. The bathroom was all marble, a bit small, but typical for European standards. We never received any extra soaps during our 3 night stay. We were also supposed to have received a daily newspaper in the exec room per their website, but was denied one when I called the reception. The breakfast buffet offered a nice selection including eggs, sausage, bacon, pastries, fruit, etc., but the smoked salmon was not fresh and the napkins were paper. I know these are tiny complaints, but you expect top notch at a 5 star hotel. One more note, the Cafe Imperial dining room is stunning with its Art Deco tilework.

superb

from a-wandering-pig
perfect hotel,
really central, five minutes from the old town, and right next to metro and tram stops. The breakfast can keep you going all day, and the staff were very helpful. not much of a leisure center and the bathroom was a bit too cramped, but the decor and location easily out weight these minor complaints.

eye popping decor

from zoidd
i have just visited this hotel and it is amazing.the original art deco decor leaves your eyes working overtime,ecspeacialy in the restaurant.if you cant afford to stay i strongly recomend you have a meal there to soak up the atmosphere of a different era..the rooms are triple glazed so are quiet.they are decorated with an egyptian theme and very comfortable.the hotel is in a good position for all the facilities.

Old world elegance - modern convenience

from ChrisHouston
Newly renovated and a magnificient job. Room was beautifully furnished and very comfortable - about average size compared to a North American hotel. The staff were friendly and efficient. The dining room is incredible and the breakfast was magnificent. Location is perfect for seeing all the sights in Prague. Highly recommended.

Looking Good!

from TropicalTravellerUk
Spent a weekend here in September, the hotel having been closed for the best part of two years for a massive refurbishment. Overall we were very impressed. The interior is stunning, with many Art Nouveau and Art Deco features that have been beautifully touched up and restored. Café Imperial itself is like a work of art, all gold-and-cream tiles and columns, with plate glass windows looking onto the street at an intersection. Food and service are good too: the style is sort of Czech brasserie: a shortish menu with several local specialities cooked simply and well presented by smart but friendly staff. The place is very buzzy, and attracts a lot of locals, as befits a city landmark. Breakfast was excellent.

Our room was spacious with great views over the busy streets below – good double-glazing kept the noise of the passing trams out. And you really feel as if you’re in Prague; the real deal, not the picturesque old town most visitors see. And that’s only a few minutes’ walk away in any case.

Room décor was hit and miss, depending on your taste. Bit old fashioned, certainly not sleek and minimalist, but a faithful reproduction of the era in which the hotel was built in the early 20th century. All in all we were delighted. It’s a bit early to tell how the Imperial will fare: it’s expensive, it’s not cutting-edge in terms of design, and there are certainly more over-the-top luxurious places to stay in Prague – but for atmosphere and character it definitely got our vote.

Top Local Tips for Prague

trains get your ticket stamped after purchase to validate it or you will be fined.lots of people get caught on this

Ghost trail walking tour, avoid. A few years ago i was warned about pick pockets in prague, on returning recently i was pleased to hear there is much less trouble from them. On going on the well advertised 'ghost trail', i soon found out the pick pockets had found a more lucrative trade, zero effort ghost tours. The lack of imagination and effort was out standing, after barely an hour of hearing half hearted murder stories around the old town square the tour finished with everyone running to the latest pub to try to forget the experience. If i was pick pocketed I would have at least something entertaining to talk about. the tour leaves from the astronomical clock at 8:30 and 10pm, and is something to avoid.

A great tip! I would recommend buying a 'Lonely Planet's' Guide to Prague and Map. These two items were a life saver.

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  • Address: 15 Na Poøíèí - Prague - 110 00 1 - Czech Republic
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