Buddha Bar Prague Review – Where To Stay in Prague
Steps away from Prague’s famous Old Town Square is the Buddha Bar Hotel, a Far Eastern styled hotel that spares no expense when it comes to luxury.
The doorman greats you as you pass through the double doors to the lobby, the bellhop was quick to grab our bags and help us to the front desk. Lobby is kinda U-shaped with an entry way, then opening to a front desk, a small biz center and then to the glass elevator. The lobby isn’t huge, but it feels welcoming.
The Buddha Bar’s staff was very friendly and attentive to all our needs. Our bellhop was very informative about the hotel and gladly showed us all the nice features in our suite. Front desk staff was also very nice and we found that they spoke English quite well, they even helped book a cab and negotiated a better rate for us to the airport.
The bed was semi-firm but comfortable. They also offer a pillow menu which allows you to pick and choose all sorts of comfy pillows to make your slumber extra special.
Our suite featured a toilet and sink in one small room and a walk-in shower, tub and double sinks in another. The rooms all had radiant heated floors which was nice when walking to the bathroom late at night and they helped keep the rooms warm, even the toilet seat wasn’t cold. All the counter tops where granite with a beautiful tiled tub and shower.
When we arrived at the hotel it was late in the evening and we were both tired from traveling all day, so we decided to order room service the first night. The food came up quickly and was tasty, although since it was late there was a limited menu. The mini bar in the room is fully stocked and the prices were very reasonable for hotel rates.
Sadey: Yes. Absolutely blown away with the quality of the entire hotel. I would really like to check out other Buddha Bar hotels.
The Buddha Bar Hotel @ PragueJakubská 649/8, 110 00 Praha 10, Czech Republic+420 221 776 300www.buddhabarhotelprague.com/en/