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Markétská 28/1, Prague, 169 00, Czech Republic – Show map
Excellent location – rated 9.1/10! (score from 468 reviews)
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Free private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Vending Machine (drinks), 24-Hour Front Desk, Express Check-in/Check-out, Ticket Service, Baggage Storage, Private Check-in/Check-out, Laundry, Ironing Service, Shoeshine, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Fax/Photocopying, Honeymoon Suite
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Up to two children under 12 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
One child under 2 years stays free of charge in a crib.
One older child or adult is charged EUR 21 per person per night in an extra bed.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are allowed. Charges may apply.
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half way to the airport next to a great restaurant good tram 22 to city
my partner came home with a black eye as a result of walking into a wall in the middle of the night nowhere to sit as a lounge as the rooms were used as conference rooms small and noisy dining room
I love trams. Tram number 22 takes you right to town centre.
Location very convenient with tram close by that takes you to the city centre and sightseeing spots. Ample parking spaces inside secure yard, free of charge. Comfortable rooms, quiet at night.
The bed was somewhat soft, this is the only negative thing I could think of
Old monetary had a lot of character ... Plenty of room to park the car . East access to catch a tram , we actually walked into town and caught the tram back in the evening. The bar and restaurant was excellent , recommend the hot chocolate
Location in the monastery, within park Excellent mattress Good wifi
Worst receptionist I have ever encountered in my life - what a rude and aggressive welcome! Despite all the other pluses, this has put me off forever
Localization good, near the station and very good connection with the center. Room, towels, bed were clean. Neighbourhood is beutiful, garden, church, etc.
Highest time to paint walls, clean lamps (dead insects inside), a little work and hotel will be worth much more.
Charming; convenient to tram into old town
quiet location, nice staff, great restaurant Klasterni Senk, really fast WiFi
It was so handy to the transit
That it is an ecohotel. Excellent grounds, including a beautiful church. Quiet as it is set back from the road and away from the city centre. However it is in easy reach of the centre , as the tram stop is just across the road.
Helpful and friendly staff, beautiful monastery gardens and buildings, easy to catch public transport into the old part of Prague.
After travelling from Germany we found breakfast was ok but not as fantastic.
Huge 1st floor rooms. Breakfast was just great. Plenty of variety and very tasty. Staff was very helpful. They offer a limo service to and from airport or main train station at a very reasonable fee. This was most helpful to us since we had a very early flight. The restaurant on the property is excellent and we ate there every night. Beer was great. Would stay again. Tram # 22 is perfect to take to and from city center.
The monastary site with the baroque church, gardens, orchards, direct,walk across the street access to tram 22, and the Klasterni Senk restaurant.
Nothing. You can buy Prague transit pass at desk.
The hotel is located in a monastery with a tavern where you can dine after a day of sightseeing in town and just walk up to your room to rest. The menu was quite extensive, delicious, not at all expensive, and the service very good. The dark local beer, "Benedikt" is highly recommended. There aren't very many rooms in this hotel but each room seems to be quite spacious. Our toilet was separate from the bathroom area, which was a plus. There was also a real double bed (instead of two twin beds stuck together). The WiFi was fast and available also outside the hotel building as long as you didn't wander too far away. The breakfast was quite sumptuous by standards in the region, and the staff very helpful. Perhaps most importantly, we felt very safe in the area and within the monastery grounds. There is free parking for the hotel guests right in front of the hotel entrance (behind the tavern). The tram stop is right outside the monastery gates, and you can buy 24-hour and 72-hour passes at the reception and have them charged to your room fee for payment by credit card later. The park within the monastery grounds was beautiful and relaxing after a long drive into Prague. Since this is an ecohotel, change of sheets is not daily, but towels can be changed if desired, and garbage is taken out daily. A great location for a romantic getaway or a family vacation. Great opportunities for photos in the park too.
everything was perfect, location ,acceable to transportation, food, 24 hr desk, parking, monastery grounds, everything!!!!!
we should have stayed longer
Very nice large room with clean bathroom with good shower !! Good parking facilities . Wifi in room perfect ... unfortunately not in the garden / annex restaurant . Nice breakfast and overall very friendly staff ! Tramway 22 leaves across the street towards everywhere in the center .
Bad wifi in annex-restaurant .
The environment, The buildings The service the connection with the city the restaurant
everything was ok.
Grounds Staff Room Peace Staff (so good worth mentioning twice)
Quiet location, not too far from city center. Nice staff, good breakfast, free parking. There is a small brewery near, if is not open, you should try in the restaurant (Klasterni Senk) the Benedict IPA :)) Overall the hotel was a good choice, I will definitely go back again...
The Adalbert was easy to get to by public transportation from the main Prague train station. There is an info center that printed out detailed instructions of which trams and bus to take. It was very convenient to the airport the next morning, and we were able to charge the taxi ride with our hotel bill which was nice at the end of the trip when we were trying to use up our Czech money. The building and grounds are beautiful. The restaurant served great local meals. Breakfast was good and plentiful. It was nice to attend Mass in the church at 6 p.m. and listen to the organist practice after the service. The receptionist was very friendly and helpful.
It might be helpful to more clearly let people know that 10 p.m. is the start of quiet hours. I know that it is written in the book, but this can be a new concept for some travelers. We were enjoying the cool air from the open windows. However, we were kept awake until 11 p.m. by people talking loudly. Perhaps a small standup sign placed in an obvious area in the room and at the check-in desk might alert hotel guests of the need to be respectful of other guests. Otherwise, everything was great. I understand that it is common in the Czech Republic for all people to respect quiet hours from 10 p.m. until 6 p.m.
I spent two nights at Hotel Adalbert. The hotel is relatively close to the city center. The room was tidy, the beds were comfortable. The breakfast was included and it was really good. The places also provides free parking place which is a big advantage if somebody is going by carm
The only problem was that the room had not enough sockets.
The Adelbert is in a beautifully restored monastery on equally beautiful grounds. It is very quiet and peaceful, and a 10 minute tram ride from the center of Prague. The room was clean and spacious, the staff were very nice, and the food at the restaurant, in a senate building in the complex, was excellent. I definitely recommend this hotel.
Nice personal, good enough breakfast, location (20 minutes walking to Strahov Monastery), good park.
Everything is perfect
Peaceful location.great reastaurant.very clean.
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