Friday, August 31, 2018

Cloister Inn Hotel, Prague City

Of all the hotel rooms we stayed in our previous trips this hotel has the most massive carpeted room with high ceiling and the most dated as well.

We have a coffee table with two cushioned chairs aside from a separate study table; the wife appreciates the walk-in cabinet while I immediately stored our valuables and document inside the electronic vault. The T&B is also spacious and immaculately clean. We have a wall-mounted flat screen but sadly without an English channel; strong wifi signal too.

Our room A207 is overlooking the main street but from the reception we have to go at the back side of the hotel before turning around a long and narrow hallway before going back towards the street. It is quite creepy especially when you are alone.

Massive Windows

Comfy chairs

Our T&B looks like a hospital room

Surprisingly for its price, we don't have complimentary tea and coffee inside our room thus when I need a caffeine shot I need to go down to reception area where there is a coffee brewing machine available 24/7; yup it's free. This is also the first hotel that we have stayed that offers welcome beers; I got 2 canned beer inside the small fridge.

They serve complimentary western style breakfast at the fourth floor; nothing special about it though.

The hotel is within the Old Town area thus most touristy places are within walking distance such as the Jewish Cemetery and the Astrological Clock.

Reception is manned 24 hour with a single elevator servicing the entire building. Special electronic key would be given to the guest upon check in to access the main glass entrance door. You are requested to leave your room key to the reception whenever you go out and retrieve it upon your return to the hotel.

On our last day, the reception assisted us in booking hotel transfer to airport. We were fetched by a coat and tie limousine driver from the hotel lobby.

All told, I would recommend this hotel to any tourists due to its security and proximity to old town and tram stations.


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