This was my first time visiting Prague or any of Czech Republic for that matter and after hearing a lot about it I couldn’t wait! We was actually going for my friends hen party which you can read all about what we got up to in this blog post!

I had loads of recommendations for hotels and apartments to stay but as we was a hen party we needed multiple rooms and wanted something where we wouldn’t be in trouble if we was slightly loud or if we came home late (I know some smaller hotels can be strict with this). After coming across Penta Hotels and finding out they was just opening a branch in Prague, seeing how trendy and cool the hotel looked it was a no brainier we was going to book our stay here. I emailed them to ask if we could have all of the rooms together and a swift reply back all was confirmed.

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When arriving we quickly realised the hotel was fairly relaxed especially as the reception is a bar and is open 24 hours! The staff were really friendly and helped us check in straight away even though we was a couple of hours early.

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The room I was staying in was a family room as there was 3 of us sharing and the room was huge! We had 2 single beds pushed together plus a large double sofa bed. In the back corner we had a desk area which we used to do our make up. We also had plenty of wardrobe storage space as you walked in the room plus more storage in the middle dividing the 2 sections which included coffee essentials and a safe.

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The bathroom was big, bright and clean which is a must when staying in a hotel for me. The shower was huge and would easily have fitted all 3 of us in. There was also a hairdryer in the bathroom plus the cutest little bag of shampoos/conditioners/bodywashes ect. For me small touches like this really make all the difference in a hotel and show the thought that has been put in for each customer.

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Downstairs there was a bar which was really nice and had a great atmosphere and feel to it. There was pool tables and also a large seating area with fire places and tv’s. One thing I do want to mention is that the hotel over all was very quiet, we may have been staying there for a hen do and there may be a 24 hour bar but you wouldn’t realise any of this when staying there, the hotel itself is overall very relaxed.

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The hotel also had a restaurant which we ate at on our second night as we was short on time and the menu looked pretty good. There was a variety of foods including salads, steaks, pasta, burgers and much more and when travelling with a group of people all wanting different things it was ideal. The food itself was great and was reasonably priced.

 

We also had breakfast included but if I am completely honest I was rather hungover and forgot to take photos as I was focusing on eating all the toast and pastries to make myself feel better. The breakfast overall was buffet style and included the usual hot food – eggs, bacon, sausages, beans ect. There was also fruit, yogurts, toast, pastries and plenty more. I am a fussy eater but there is something for everyone.

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The hotel was a 10-15 minute drive to the old square but ubers were beyond cheap, it cost around £2-£3 per journey, Next to us there was a lidl supermarket which was handy and we also had loads of nice restaurants near by which were within a few minutes walk.

The hotel itself was perfect for us and I couldn’t recommend it any more. I would definitely look to book with PentaHotels at one of there other destinations in the future.

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Have any of you stayed in a PentaHotel before? Or have any of you visited Prague before? If so where did you stay? Let me know in the comments below 🙂

BonVoyage,
Lucy x