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3,2 sur 5
Recommandé par 40 % des clients
3,4 Propreté de la chambre
2,8 Services et personnel
3,6 Confort de la chambre
3,4 Conditions de l'hôtel
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4 sur 5
par un voyageur vérifié de Strasbourg
Hotel Relax Inn Prague
Publié le 25 avr. 2010 sur Hotels.com
Hotel situé à 20 mn du centre ville ( bus-métro ), très facile d'accès et de compréhension. Parking dans cour arrière ( 8€ / jour, le double voire le triple dans les hotels centre ville ). Hotel idéal pour couple avec enfants, ne souhaitant pas sortir le soir, après une journée de visite, car situé dans une banlieue calme, mais sans possibilité de restauration ou distractions dans les environs immédiats. En revanche, il existe 1 ou 2 petites supérettes pour les en-cas du soir + réfrigérateur de taille suffisante dans les chambres. Si souci de fonctionnalité ( pas d'eau chaude dans une des douches de la chambre familiale ) l'intervention est faite dans la journée. Seul bémol : le petit déjeuner en buffet comporte le minimum, en quantité et en choix, c'est la seule remarque vraiment négative. Le français n'est pratiqué nulle part à Prague. C'est l'anglais ( chez les plus jeunes ) et le russe ( chez la génération + 40 a ) qui permettent de s'en sortir le mieux. L'allemand également dans les restaurants. Nous étions à Prague à la mi-avril, il y fait nettement plus frais que chez nous. La période idéale de visite devrait se situer plutôt vers 2e quinzaine de mai début juin. En tout cas, Prague est une superbe destination pour visiter une ville aux multiples facettes.
5 sur 5
Recommandé pour Familles
par un voyageur vérifié de evreux france
Publié le 19 janv. 2010
hotel avec services de qualité dans un cadre majestueux
3 sur 5
par Vanessa de London
Publié le 22 mai 2014
Les + : Cleanliness...it was ok as when I saw the hotel, I had a bad feeling...but indeed, it was alright, nothing to complain about.
Les - : The decoration and the staff friendliness. A first man well received us, smiling, welcoming but the 2 others, indeed 3 with the Chef to be improved...
Situation : Absolutely nothing!!!! That was our biggest disapointment, sometimes it's nice to go a bit further to get more local stuff but this time...not much!
I travelled with 2 of my friends. We had a very good time in Praha and accessed the hotel quite easily, the only thing is that the hotel was actually far from places of interest and the area was quite unpleasant. We arrived there around 19:30 on a sunday (may-be 20:00...don't remember exactly) but there was only one restaurant nearby and one take away. We had no choice really.The restaurant was very empty, not super clean and not very welcoming but the waiter was nice and the food indeed, quite generous and really fresh. We really enjoied our food. The neighbourhood wasn't nice and polite at all, when we asked (in English and in Czech) our way to the mall we could see after the railways, nobody would help. We had bad rain at that moment so instead of going to some party we got invited to in the afternoon (1 of my friend was very tired but how lucky we were indeed) we went back to the hotel to enjoy a swim....that we actually didn't use,lol. The hotel was quite empty and you still had to pay the swim per hour..how upsetting. We actually chose this hotel because of our budget, we didn't want to use all of our cash left from the day just for a swim, knowing that there was no cash point nearby....This hotel was just ok to my taste, a terrible choice to 1 of my friend. I wouldn't recommend that hotel for a touristic time.
3 sur 5
par un voyageur vérifié de Northern Ireland
Not a Four Star by any stretch of the imagination
Publié le 11 oct. 2010 sur Hotels.com
I booked quite late for a conference and needed somewhere close by as I was travelling on my own. The hotel has probably been recently updated and my room was ok with clearly new furniture and bathroom, although the carpets were quite grubby. The hotel is not particularly close to the metro system but is fairly easily accessed by bus. Despite the website description, there is no bar/restaurant in the hotel. There is an informal dining room which serves a very basic continental breakfast and has a fridge with some drinks which can be bought for consumption there or your room I assume. There is a decent bar/retaurant on the corner which provides good basic fayre at very reasonable prices however. All in all however, this hotel needs to revise its description. At the price which was reasonable it would be more accurately described as a 2-3 star and then expectations would be about right.
1 sur 5
par un voyageur vérifié de West Midlands, United Kingdom
A low quality hotel - Not a four star rating as stated
Publié le 4 janv. 2010
I am a frequent expedia user and I would not class the hotel as a 4 star. The whole place smelt of stale cigarette smoke. This was because there were ash trays on every floor so you can smoke everywhere in the hotel. We had a non-smoking room and it smelt of stale smoke. The room was basic. We didn’t have a mini bar or complimentary bottled water in our room as stated. Our telephone in the room didn’t work. There wasn’t any extra bedding or towels. We didn’t have a hair dryer. We found our double bed had one single duvet lengthways across it with a sheet over it. A very strange way to make a bed as it only came up to my knees. They did give us another single duvet when we asked, but not what you want to have to do when you get to your hotel at 11pm. The breakfast was very sparse and there wasn’t enough cutlery and bowls. People were using tea cups to have their cereals in. We had to share a knife to butter our bread. The staff weren’t very helpful either when we asked if there was anymore. From the hotel you have to get a bus and then the metro into the centre which takes about 35-40 minutes. Avoid using taxis as they are very expensive. If you do use one get a yellow taxi as they have meters in them and shouldn’t rip you off. If you are after a four star hotel then this isnt it. I would rate it 2 stars.