Mercure Prague Centre Na Pooiei Hotel

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Mercure Prague Centre Na Pooiei Hotel

4 star

Rooms: 62

Na Poøíèí 7 - Prague - 110 00 1 - Czech Republic Hotel Website | | 420 221 800 800
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excellent location

from lms0110
great hotel for location - right at top of entrance to Old Town & short walk to Jewish Quarter - also close to main road that will lead you eventually to Wencleslas Square (if that's your thing!) - we did not use any public transport at all, it's all walkable

the rooms were clean & modern if not a little on the small side but the bed & quilt more than made up for it, the most comfortable bed I have ever slept in. The power shower was fab in a great wash room but could have done with a soak in a bath after all the walking. Missed having tea/coffee facilties in the room & the minibar prices were exhorbitant.

Breakfast was self service with plenty of choice & the hotel staff were very friendly with good english

I definately would use this hotel again but would pack a travel kettle next time

Highly recommended

from da_fly
This is an excellent hotel in a central location. The rooms are not huge but are very tastefully decorated, along with the rest of the hotel, and there are luxurious touches like speakers for the TV in the bathroom and a very strong power-shower, perfect after you've been walking round Prague all day! I didn't eat breakfast in the hotel so I can't comment, but would highly recommend that you have at least one breakfast in the fabulous art nouveau setting of the Town House (Obecni dum) 2 minutes walk up the road. It was much cheaper than in the hotel! There is some building work going on next door to the hotel, but the most you could say about it is that it's unsightly - in terms of noise we were completely unaffected. Overall, good value for money, but yes the minibar prices were exorbitant so I steered clear, and though I didn't see the breakfast my immediate thought was that it must be overpriced compared to cafes in town.

Verry nice hotel

from A TripAdvisor Member
My doughter and I stayed there for 6 nights, and loved it...
It was a verry nice and clean hotel, with a friendly staff.
I can safely say that this hotel is a pleasant hotel to stay at... (sorry my bad english)

Impressive Hotel

from Zetti
I stayed in this hotel for 5 days and it was just great. It is newly refurnished and everything is just perfect. It is a great feeling to live in an old building with such a comfort and being in the city center right away.

the breakfast was amazing!!! Probably because it was french, i don't know.
What I never saw before was, that they even had speakers for the television in the bathroom!

I would absolutely stay in this hotel again.

A good place for a city break in prague

from A TripAdvisor Member
The hotel is bang in the center in an excellent position to explore the old and new parts of the city by foot, near the Marriott and the Renesiance hotels.
The tip of the pedestrian shopping street is a 1 minute walk away, and the pedestrian street leading to the square in the old city is also a 1 minute walk away. I walked everywhere, but returned by tram or metro(Rebubliky station, also 1 minute from the hotel doorstep, at the same street).
My experience with the metro and trams was very good: safe and fast.
I found the hotel area to be safe with eating-out options far better than the tourist traps near Karl bridge, for example.
As for the hotel itself, it is modern, clean and secure.
After a day out, it was very nice to return here.
My room was quite big, spotlessely clean with an excellent power shower system(not to be under estimated...)
Breakfeast was a nice buffett with hot & cold food that was more than enough for me.
Although the hotel was full, it was still quiet. Lots of business travelers there too.
In short, for a city break in Prague, the hotel is very central and comfortable. If I return to Prague, I'll be glad to stay here again.

Great city and a gem of a hotel

from twofortravel
We recently spent 4 enjoyable nights at this hotel. Rooms were well appointed and the staff was very friendly and helpful. The hotel used to be a workers' accidents insurance company and Franz Kafka worked there for 14 years. There are displays of Kafka's writings in the hotel bar and in the downstairs breakfast room. The hotel provided a brochure for a walking tour to follow Kafka's footsteps throughout the Old Town.
The location is great, within walking distance to many sights in Old Town and Wenceslas Square and close to the trolleys, buses, and underground at Nam Republicky. We were able to travel to the Castle Quarter and to outlying areas easily and safely by public transportation. Try to attend a concert performed by the Prague Royal Symphony Orchestra in the ornate Municipal House located 2 blocks away. It's an unforgettable treat for the eyes and ears.

A very good hotel indeed

from Nightflight
This really is an excellent hotel- well appointed with well furnished though not over large rooms and the most comfortable hotel bed I can remember in years. Friendly staff, good breakfast buffet and a good location within 10 minutes gentle stroll of the Old Town Square. Would definitely recommend it and in fact we're planning to stay there the next time we go to Prague.

Double vs Deluxe Double

from sova
I visit hotels in Prague sometimes, just to see what the places are like. On this trip I looked at rm 501 (double) and 502 (deluxe double) I thought the difference was about 2 square metres of space. Not enough difference to warrant an extra 700kc per night for the deluxe. Staff were friendly and service appeared good.

Jason (non-commercial)

Ideal location for a city break hotel

from mellowjonny
Stayed in the Mercure Prague Centre in February, staff at the hotel were very friendly and helpful before and during my visit to the hotel. Thought the hotel was in an ideal location, a short walk from both the Old Town and the New Town, all transport connections needed were in the local area. Rooms were of a good standard, clean and comfortable, ideal for a short city break and the breakfasts were superb-great to start a long day of sightseeing with!

at all!

from Peter Street
The Mercure Hotel Prague Centre has an intriguing Kafka-connection, since the very author worked in room 214 as a clerk in the once-Workers' Accident Insurance Building, now restored as part of the ACCOR chain. There is even a statue in memory of FK and you can book that very room if you want a unique sojourn.

No sign of K's ghost though, but a well-functioning, modern hotel, with almost silent rooms [if you ask for one at the rear] and most home-comforts.

We slept well and enjoyed our stay. The beds and pillows are what one would expect of hotel of this standard. The bathroom are of course spotless and bright. The staff are more or less friendly and the over-all facilities up to scratch. The aircon works well and room we had was spacious. The chamber maid did a very capable job. The corridor was carpeted and noise free. There was not much of a 'French' ambience but neither was the place international-anonymous either.

It is not a place to linger in but is very centrally located, plumb next to the Old Town and hardly likely to 'alienate' any guest. You are next to, for example, art nouveau treasures such as the Imperial Cafe and the Municipal House, excellent places to take coffee!

Worth a visit if you want a decent hotel in the mid-price range. It is as most Prague hotels are, a little expensive,
however, even compared with Paris and the breakfast a little over-the-top at around US$20 however. The Mercure is a risk-free bet, for a couple of nights stay, nonetheless!

Top Local Tips for Prague

Avoid the Crowds Unless you like lots of people I would suggest not visitng Prague in tourist season.I visited in Feb.and it was still busy but at least you were not being jostled about.It rained a little but small price to pay to avoid the crowds, pickpockets etc.

Avoid eating or drinking in The Old Town Square The Old Town Square has many very pleasant out-door dining areas but be prepared to pay a very hefty premium for them, beer will cost approx £4.00 per half litre in the square but less than five minutes away will cost no more than £ 0.70 per half litre. Some of the small restaraunts accross the Charles Bridge offer good quality cuisine at very reasonable prices.

Transfers Pre-arrange your airport transfers, either with a private company or the hotel itself. Should work out at around 35euro for the return trip.


Other names for Mercure Prague Centre Na Pooiei Hotel

  • accor prague
  • Address: Na Poøíèí 7 - Prague - 110 00 1 - Czech Republic
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