Hotel City Club 3 * Prague, Czech Republic review

It was our first trip to Prague, so we spent all the time on excursions and walks, enjoying the city, so we left the hotel every day early in the morning, coming late in the evening. In such conditions, we needed the night and breakfast, and we got it.

The hotel is located almost in the center of the city, in the Prague 2 area and we mostly traveled to all the sights, walking on foot. But for not so strong walkers like us, there are the metro station I.P. Pavlova and tram stops, including route 23, passing through the main tourist sites, near the hotel.

Also, there is a garage in the hotel.

Hotel City Club 3* Prague
Main view

Here are some photos of the room:

Hotel City Club 3* Prague

Hotel City Club 3* Prague

Hotel City Club 3* Prague

Hotel City Club 3* Prague

Hotel City Club 3* Prague
Bathroom
Hotel City Club 3* Prague
View from the window to the schoolyard

Across the street from the hotel there is a pretty grim hospital building, and behind it is the famous regional maternity hospital (Zemská porodnice). To the right of the hospital there is a building with a chimney-stalk, about which the guide said it was a crematorium, and we were a little upset such a neighborhood, until, on the penultimate day of our stay in Prague, we went to its doors and read the “boiler house” on the plate.

Hotel City Club 3* Prague
Here is that building with a chimney-stalk.

On the ground floor at the reception there is free WiFi, in the rooms its cost is 3 euro per day.

For breakfast, they offer a buffet that includes scrambled eggs, sausages, salad, fruit, pastries, coffee, sweets (this is from what I took myself and did not forget about) – you can eat normally.

There are no complaints about the cleaning of the room, towels are changed regularly, the bathroom is kept clean.

According to the rules of the hotel, we released the room until 11:00, and the whole day remained before the flight home. For such cases, the hotel has luggage storage.

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