Location of this hotel is very good, within 10 minutes walk you can get to most of the tourist attractions in the main city. Within 20 minutes you can be at the train station, Vysehrad, or the castle.
Two of us stayed in a twin/double room for 3 nights for €197, which was much cheaper than many comparable places.
Breakfast was included in accommodation price and was excellent quality and very good value. Serving time began at 7am and closed at 10am (11am on weekends). Unlimited buffet-style continential breakfast with bread/toast and various spreads, cakes and pastries, selection of cereal and granola, yoghurt and fruit, cured meat of various types and selection of cheese, salad bar, and hot food bar of eggs/sausages/vegetables which varied day to day. There was also a coffee machine which made excellent drinks, and jugs of juice/water/milk.
The reception was open 24 hours, and the clerks were helpful and spoke good English. The upkeep of the hotel was very good, and everything was very neat and in good condition.
As for the rooms, the twin/double was fine for a couple, but might be considered cramped for two people who aren't intimate, as there could only be about a hands-width of space between the beds at a maximum in our room. The en suite was very good, clean and modern with towels and some toiletries supplied (shampoo, soap, lotion, toilet paper). One issue we did have was that the water pressure occasionally ceased for several minutes (presumably due to a neighbouring tenant using the shower/flushing the toilet. There was a radiator in the bathroom, which was useful for drying out any clothes you might wash (though a paid laundry service was also offered).
As for the other amenities, there was ample wardrobe/draw space and a television (although we couldn't make sense of any of the Czech stations).