Savic hotel Hotel

, Prague, Czech Republic
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Savic hotel Hotel

, Prague
4 star

Rooms: 27

Jilska Jilska 7 ,Prague - Prague - 11000 - Czech Republic Hotel Website | | +420 224 248 555
933 Traveller

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Historical Traveller Reviews of Savic hotel Hotel

Elegant hotel in the heart of Old Town, just minutes from the Old Town Square

from LorieM
My husband and I just spent five nights at the Hotel Savic. The hotel is beautiful in an elegantly restored complex of adjoining buildings, five stories tall surrounding an interior courtyard. Our room was large, the bathroom beautifully done in brown marble, the bed was comfortable with pristine linens. Service was great and the breakfasts were huge buffets of hot and cold foods. The hotel is a minutes walk from Karlov Street, five minutes from the Old Town Square and ten minutes walk from the Charles Bridge. Altogether, a wonderful experience.

Sublime Savic

from WorldStomper
The Savic Hotel is terrific. As every reviewer notes, the location is superb - the Old Town Square is less than a 2 minute walk away. One quick warning, however -since it's still very new, tour guides and taxi drivers may not recognize the name, so be prepared to provide its address. I found the hotel staff extremely friendly and responsive (a special shout out to Katrin at the reception desk), and they were very fluent in English. The breakfast menu is limited and gets a bit monotous after a few days, but the food is of good quality. I also dined in the restaurant one evening and had an excellent menu.
My room was cleaned well every day and the bathrooms are very nicely outfitted. A few words of caution, however, if you get booked into a room on the 4th floor. The single small elevator only goes up to 3rd floor. Someone has to carry your bags up a flight of stairs using one of two options: (a) using a metal spiral staircase next to the maid's closet, which was most convenient to my room and plus, I just love spiral staircases, or (b) cut through the common sitting room (which are a nice bonus in a hotel) and use the nice wide set of steps. Also, I was put in #405, which after looking at the floorplan on the emergency map in my room, is the smallest room on the 4th floor (and probably in the hotel in general). It was a bit tight getting around the king sized bed, but since I was by myself, the space worked okay. I don't mind the combination of big bed and small room (unlike the reverse). The room also had a single, porthole sized window, so the natural light was a bit limited.
The biggest hazard were the exposed wood beams stretching across the room. Most were above my head (I'm 6'3"), but I bashed my head several times on an angled beam unfortunately placed by the doorway to the bathroom. A similar beam in the bathroom prevents the door from swinging in completely.
But that said, those issues did not detract at all from my experience and I completely enjoyed my stay at the Savic.

Brilliant Hotel

from ME2Scotland
My partner and I stayed here for 2 nights. What can I say. It is the perfect hotel in a perfect location in a perfect city. The rooms are large and spacious with 10/10 bathroom and beautiful styling. Its 2 mins from old town square and 5 mins to the Charles Bridge or Wencleslas Square. The staff are friendly and very helpful and try the restaurant. The tagliatelli with duck breast is a treat and sparkling wine is cheap.

A little gem!!

from Handbag16
Just returned from a 2 night stay at the Savic in Prague. This is a beautiful hotel with great sized rooms which are well decorated and absolutely immaculate. My other half booked this hotel after reading the reviews on Tripadvisor and we were most definitely not disappointed. It has a certain charm, I think this is because it is a boutique hotel and has only a small number of rooms . The beds were very comfortable and a struggle to get out of in the morning! Breakfast had lots of choice for all tastes but it does get busy so get there as early as possible. The location is perfect I think if you didn't know where the Savic was you could walk past it without noticing it. However, its only a 10 minute walk to the Old Square/Astronomical Clock. Our room 301 over looked the main entrance to the hotel but it was extremely quiet. This room had two large beds not quite doubles but bigger than singles!
If we return to Prague we would definitely stay here again!

Loved it

from GerryManchester
We have just returned from a 4 day stay at the Hotel Savic in Prague. The location of the hotel could not be better yet the room was not noisy at night. We had a room on the top floor(4th floor). It was beautifully decorated and had the most comfortable bed we have ever slept on. Initially the air conditioner didn't seem to be working and it was warm in the room, but on the 2nd day it suddenly became cooler and we didn't have any problems after that. The breakfast is adequate and the hotel staff are very helpful and friendly.
The only minor downfall is that there are no tea/coffee making facilities in the rooms. Besides that we cannot fault it at all.
We can totally recommend Prague and the Hotel Savic, if we ever return to Prague it will definitely be to the same hotel.


from HotelSavic
This was our first visit to Prague and we fell in love with the place straight away. The hotel is beautiful and perfect location. You cannot get any better location than this. It is just 2-3 minutes walk to the Astronomical Clock tower and TYN Church, 5 minutes to the Powder tower and Charles Bridge, 10-15 minutes to Wenceslas square, etc.
3 days are not enough to visit places in Prague. You need atleast 1 week.
Hotel Savic:
Fantastic location, beautiful property, courteous receptionist - EKaterina Dmitrieva. She was very polite and hospitable. Breakfast was good and sufficient enough. Clean and tidy.
Rooms are spacious.

Point to note: When we entered the room, it smelt a sort of drainage leak, but as soon as you insert the the room card into the slot and the electric supply is on, then the exhaust removes the smell. May be it was one off issue.

Overall, we had a fanatastic time for my birthday and enjoyed every bit of it. We will recommend this Hotel Savic to all our friends.
Worth every bit.

Great location, great value!

from deborahpan
just stayed one week at the savic (sept 1-8, 2007) and we could not have asked for a better location. the staff were very helpful and enthusiastic, and besides one minor misunderstanding for a dinner reservation (language barrier), we had no problem. we had a brief outage with the electricity in the room but they promptly gave us another room to use while ours was being fixed. it was never an inconvenience, and we liked the fact that we got to check out another room in the hotel.

the hotel room was spacious, spotless, tastefully decorated, well-appointed, and the marble bathroom was clean and big. i've stayed at the penninsula, mandarin oriental, and four seasons, and although this isn't a true 5 star luxury hotel, it is definitely a 4 star european boutique hotel and is a very great value. we could walk everywhere conveniently and it was quiet enough that the street noise did not bother us. the restaurant downstairs was also very good. breakfast had a good selection of hot and cold items as well.

if you go, try to get room #306. two large windows look over an old cobblestone street leading to the old town square. room #301 looks out onto the side of another building and only has one window but has two full size beds.

the only downside? no gym, but you can't expect that in a boutique hotel.

bottom line: if we got back to prague, we are definitely re-booking the savic! we got a great rate from [--]...(1090 euros for 7 nights, daily breakfasts for two, and roundtrip transfers from the airport)

Great hotel

from kayas80
It's a great hotel in a great location. Front desk were very helpful. Room had air conditioning, mini bar, hairdryer, safe, and all other essentials. It was cleaned everyday with towels changed each day. Breakfast buffet was wide ranging and it had options for just about everyone.

Fabulous hotel/location, nice breakfast but one receptionist almost ruined it...

from Suckerbox
As mentioned the Hotel Savic was supreme value for the money...the rooms were great, the location was unbeatable, the breakfast was nice (nothing too flashy but fresh options and good for sure) and the gentleman that greeted us at the front desk was exceptionally helpful. The only flaw was that we loved the place and Prague so much we wanted to stay an extra day. I was at an internet cafe and just for kicks I looked up the Savic Hotel website for room prices. Their own website was only 109 Euros (10 Euros less than!) so rather than book it through their site we simply asked the girl at reception at the time if she could book the room for us. She told us it would be 119 Euros. We told her what her website said and reluctantly (I'm attributing this to some language barrier but we perceived her to be reluctantly helpful initially) she said she would do it for us. The next day a different girl was at the front desk. She flat out told us that we were lying and that their website did not say 109 Euros - we were absolutely astonished with this girls attitude (she's the blonde one if you're ever there). Fearing we made a mistake we went back to their website and sure enough we were correct. We paid the 119 Euro price only because we didn't want to have any negative feeling with the hotel and the city but that girl certainly tarnished what would have a been a perfect stay in a world class city.

Highly recommended property otherwise.

Fabulous hotel

from Sibuna
Perfectly located right in the heart of Old Town. Beautifully and elegantly refurbished throughout with a real feel of class. Spacious bedroom had wow factor with four-poster bed, chandelier, chaise longue, plasma tv, air con, mini bar, safe, parquet flooring and wonderful view down cobbled street from the windows. Bathroom was luxurious and gleaming with floor to ceiling marble. My wife is almost obsessive about cleanliness and is a very reluctant traveller due to an aversion to sleeping in hotel beds, however she was completely at ease here as everything was spotless and she'd go back tomorrow. Buffet breakfast was plentiful with coffee, tea, fruit juice, fruit cocktail, yoghurt, cereals, toast, jams, bread, bacon, sausage, eggs, vegetables, cheese, cold meat, salad, croissants, danish pastries - this could be eaten either in the restaurant or outside on the courtyard decking. Staff were friendly and helpful.

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  • Address: Jilska Jilska 7 ,Prague - Prague - 11000 - Czech Republic
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