U Tri Korunek Hotel

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U Tri Korunek Hotel

, Prague
3 star

Rooms: 58

28 Cimburkova - Prague - 130 00 - Czech Republic Hotel Website | | 222781112
586 Traveller

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Historical Traveller Reviews of U Tri Korunek Hotel

Nice little place

from A TripAdvisor Member
Upon arrival we were allocated a room in the reception building which was very basic but clean a little disappointed after reading reviews of people who stayed in the new block. Breakfast was quite a feast with both continental and cooked selection the hot food was cold somedays. The area of zizkov gives you a real feel of eastern europe the downside was all the graffiti and the amount of dog crap on the pavements was disgusting the tram stop was up the hill turn right and then down the street a little, the no5 takes u close to old town square"namesti republicky" was the name of the stop, from there go under the powder tower and keep straight you will come to old town square. over all prague is great but getting expensive especially for clothes and some restaurants are over priced also beggars, false money changers and drug dealers mingle with the crowds. so stay alert.

Would love to go back!!!

from A TripAdvisor Member
We have just returned from the Hotel (3 Crowns) and it was great. The hotel staff are friendly and helpful and nothing is too much trouble for them. The hotel was basic but very clean with chambermaid service every day. If you are leaving later in the day, then the staff will store your luggage in the office until you return for your transfer pick up. The room was also very warm and you could control the radiator temperatures, much needed in February!!!

The hotel is within easy walking distance of the public transport but I would reccommend the tram stop at the top of the hill (tram number 9 to either Wenceslas Square or Tesco - by St Charles Bridge and Old Town Square) as the quickest and easiest route into the city. You will need to buy a 3 day pass (approx 5 pound sterling per person)and get it validated the first time you use it. We struggled to buy 1 so I would reccommend you get a single ticket for the tram from the hotel reception and go to Old Town Square and the tourist information centre by the Astronomical Clock on your 1st day. The trams run all day & night as well.

The food and drink in Prague is fansastic and cheap - we didn't have a poor meal anywhere.

Definitley the Old Town Square, Charles Bridge, The Castle and St Vitus Cathedral. Also up past St Vitus Cathedral is Loretta - beautiful a must see (either walk or tram numbers 22 & 23 go up there as well as up to the castle).

Enjoy Prague!!!

In Love with Prague

from Vicky1980
Fabulous place!! Visited in November

I would whole heartedly recomend this hotel!!

We stayed in the new part of the hotel around the corner from reception. I had done a typically me thing and booked a normal and a superiour room but they let me swap so the whole party was together (i would really recomend the superiors that sleep three - more room) we ended up with rooms above each other with a little balcony for shouting up!!

fab modern decor, bathroom was wonderful...spotless and state of the art. no tea or coffee facilities tho.

breakfasts were fantastic....just about whatever you could imagine for a brekkie they served it...making my tummy rumble thinking about it!!

the little 24 hour bar on the bottom road is very cool...and up the road (i forget where exactly as we had done a tippsy totter around) we found a fantastic tiny cellar bar with very friendly locals....danced all night till about 3-4, never got crowded but was lively...reasonable price drinks.

walked up hill from hotel (sorry again just wandered) and found a great restaurant that served locals mainly not tourists, very cheap and excellent quality meal.

trying to remember all we did!!

we tried to avoid the stag do tourist trap end of town and stay local....certainly paid off!!

try and get a glims of the jewish cemetary...never seen anything like it, john lennon wall worth a look as well. ifn you take the furnicular (SP?) up to the hungarwall and monastry try the monks restaurant.....reasonable and delish...do be aware that a prague pie is a pizza!!

wonderful city...enjoy!!! xx

very bad performance

from A TripAdvisor Member
After a long drive from Holland we arrived at the hotel U Tri Korunek at midday the 31 of december. Ready to check in fast (we booked the room 2 weeks before and payed it allready) and enter the city in preparation for New Years Eve. But.... also this hotel seems to use some bad tricks to garantee full house (i booked this hotel because i thought they didn't do this). They did not have our names on their list and said it was a mistake from travel-agent. No apologize only free drink. We called to agent in Holland and they sent their local agent to us. But no possibility to stay their.. they booked other hotel instead. The well know trick, so we were very angry. The travel agent was a nice guy from Oman, who did his very best to make us feel ok again. But.... also the second Hotel (on a bad location) was full!!!!! they booked another hotel for us. I was almost prepared to go back to Holland again after New Years Eve and s..w them. But finally the third Hotel, The residence Mala Strana, was very nice with nice big rooms. And close to the centre. So our bad feelings dissapeared and we had a couple of very nice days in Prague. But this Hotel we never book and i will advice same to all friends and relatives who will go visit this beautiful city.

Great Hotel

from Manx_kitten
Hi I stayed at this hotel in December having a room in the new building. Although this is a bit of an inconvenience being further from the main hotel, it was newly refurbished and very clean. The modern furniture was great except there was very little space to unpack and put your belongings!. The staff were very friendly all except Thomas who was very rude and needs a few guidelines in customer service!. The breakfast was good, being replenished frequently and the meals in the restaurant excellent. The area around the hotel is mainly residential but we found the people general friendly. One word of warning do not enter the pub next to the hotel reception, we were made very unwelcome and actually asked to leave, this is definitely a locals only pub!! Nevertheless we were made very welcome in the little bar at the corner of the street where the new building was. The bar is on the left handside of the street and on first apprearance looked to be closed, but the staff were brilliant and the drinks very cheap, we were spoilt by the service. The hike up the hill to the tram stop wasnt too bad and we found it very easy to get in and out from town. My advise to anyone is to try the local restaurants and pubs (with one exception as above!) and you will have a brilliant holiday. I would definitely stay at this hotel again and can recommend it fully.

nice hotel

from danichan_bcn
I booked this hotel actually because I read good reviews from other customers. I was not disappointed at all about what they offered us.
The staff was corrent (more friendly than the average Czech people which was quite rude in many places!!!), there was a very nice young guy in the reception who helped us a lot. The other girls were okay, I remember one called Petra (short blond hair) who was very kind too.
Breakfast was really good and complete, one of the best things on the hotel.
We were brought to the newest part of the hotel, with a very nice and modern room (but no curtains, no trashcan... some things were missing there).
The location, althought not in the city centre, was quite convenient as tram nº9 will take you to the main Prague spots. Around the hotel the area is not really nice in my opinion, but we went at 2 nice places for lunch (one was an Italian pizzeria) and just next to this pizzeria there was a pub. Both places were worth for the price and the food, really delicious!

I won't go back to Prague again, as I was a bit disappointed in some things (especially the way people treat tourists), but in case I went again, I wouldn't mind to book again in this nice hotel.

Lovely Hotel-possibly the best room in Hotel

from Ana1982
Me and my partner only came back from Prague lastnight, we stayed at the U Tri Korunek Hotel in Prague 3 area, if you decide to stay here please be aware that if your description says that it is a city centre hotel-it is definately not.
It is advisable to arrange a return taxis with the minibus CEDAZ company situated at the airport, as you get a discount if you book a return and they pick up up on time, their service was brilliant.
The hotel 10-15 mins by tram from the city centre, to go from the city centre to the hotel, you first have to go to Wenceles Square, walk up to Debenhams store and take a left in to the side road, the no.9 tram will stop at the tram stop there, you then have to look out for a stop called Lipanska and get off there, the hotel is situated at the very bottom of a side road on the opposite side. The taxis charge you different rates all the time, so be careful not to pay too much,should not cost you more than 310 crowns.
Our room was very modern, we were very impressed as it had a plasma screen, laminate flooring and an impressive shower, please be aware that the room has no curtains/blinds so the rooms opposite can see you in full view, we put towels on the windows to block this.
It has no tea/coffee making facilities or safety box, and the maids come daily so lock valuebles in your suitcase.
The restaurant staff and service is very good, and the food is faboulas.
The tour of prague that we booked through the reception staff was worth it, it was such a good tour and it costs about £26 for 2 people, not advisable to wear heels as mine broke, its very hilly and cobbled so trainers or good walking books is recommended.
We really enjoyed our stay at this hotel, was defiantely better to stay outside the city as its too congested there.
Also the night time dinner cruise was soo romantic and most memorable as it passed through all the lit up sights of Prague, its worth bookng in advance from PragueExperience.com.
I will never forget my enjoyable stay here.


from Evo22
I spent 3 nights there in July. Hotel is nice and friendly. Lots of quiet little bars within 5 mins walking distance. I will be going back next August..

Best in Prague

from jwhat
We have just returned from a long weekend stay at U Tri Korunek (The Three Crowns) hotel in Prague.
We spent 3 weeks looking for the perfect hotel for our stay, and going by the reviews of this hotel, we settled on the Three Crowns.
We took the Cedaz minibus from the airport, which you book at a desk near the exit. The hotel is about half an hour from the airport. Dont be put off by the graffitti near the hotel, you quickly realise it is everywhere!
The hotel is split in 3, with rooms and reception on one side of the road, rooms and restaurant/bar on the other side, and round the corner are more rooms which were finished in September. We were lucky enough to be allocated one of those.
The room was immaculate. There was always lots of hot water, there was shampoo/shower gel provided, towels were big enough for a bath and were changed every day. Even the pillows were more than adequate. The only grumble I would have is that there were no blinds in the bedroom, and no tea/coffee making facilities, but everyone can find something to moan about!
The hotel is about a half hour walk from Wenceslas square, although the tram stops at the top of the hill from the hotel, and 3 stops later, youre at the square in about 5 minutes, tickets you buy from reception. The restaurant is cosy, we ate on one evening which was superb, and breakfast was stunning, a hot and cold buffet, as much as you wish. On further exploration, we found a lovely Italian restaurant down the road from the hotel which served the best chicken in mushroom sauce we have ever tasted! We also visited the Saloon bar, and beer is only 35p a half litre. They can't speak english, so 'dva staropramen' is enough!
We are glad we chose this hotel, as hotels in the centre seemed a bit seedy and also very noisy.
This hotel was worth every penny, I would've paid more to stay in the type of room we were given. The staff were very friendly, and even smiled readily! We will definately stay here again, and we recommend it to anyone.I sent an e-mail before our stay saying we were coming for our wedding anniversary, and there was a basket of fruit and a nice letter from the hotel waiting in our room.
We had the best time in Prague, one of our lasting memories of our visit is standing on Charles Bridge watching the sun set behind Prague castle, listening to a jazz band play It had to be you.

A real gem

from ooooooo
This Hotel is quite simply excellent.

Friendly, attentive staff.

Spacious, clean rooms.

Tremendous breakfast served in a lovely bar / restaurant.

Good tram connections to the City centre.

Certainly good value for money.

Some will complain about the location
...but some will complain about anything.

Hotel U Tri Korunek...A real gem.

Top Local Tips for Prague

Using the subway The subway goes just about everywhere and is very cheap. Tickets are marked by the number of stops they are good for. If you just need to jump one stop, you can buy the cheapest ticket. If you need to travel halfway across the city, you'll need a more expensive one. You can also buy multiple tickets at the vending machines in subway stations and use them when you need them. They aren't activated until you punch them at the entrance to the subway station.

Boat trip Take a boat trip on the Vltava river, very nice! Some boats depart from Karl's bridge, and some from Czhech's bridge.

tram tickets Buy a tram ticket for the duration of your stay they come in 1, 3, or 7 day durations. You can really explore using the tram, get off when you see something interesting and move on when you get bored. Its a very cheap and efficient way to get around Prague.


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  • Address: 28 Cimburkova - Prague - 130 00 - Czech Republic
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