This was either my 4th or 5th stay at Inos. Prague in January is great because the weather is cold but not miserable - 3 of my 4 day stay were sunny - there are few tourists around and consequently really good deals can be had on decent standard hotels (I guess their priority is retaining staff and staying open), particularly if they are not right in the centre. First time visitors to this wonderful city might prefer to be more centrally located, but once you get the hang of the great public transport system, staying a mile or two out has big advantages: It's quiet: The beer prices plummet (Studanka, opposite Inos, not grand but welcoming, a pint cost less than 60p!) Inos is a genuinely good 3* hotel, with really comfy beds and excellent standards of cleanliness. I paid £17 a night....which is superb value and, fingers crossed, I'll be there again in 12 months time.
Prague City Center is only 10 minutes away via tram or metro from the Inos Hotel, a value-for-money Prague Business Hotel …More
as it was my partners first trip to Prague, i wanted something different for us - we were both impressed with the hotel, the staff were very helpful and even sat down with a map with us and told us where to go, how to get there and travel costs. top service.
the hotel had works going on this did not infer with our stay
the rail tracts were very noisy so did have the windows open much
the route to the bus stops,tram ect they were a few to many stairs for us being disabled it took alot out of me
the food was great and the staff too
have already recomended to friends to stay there
Very helpful staff. Triple room had a big bedroom with a high ceiling but a tiny bathroom with no bathtub. Also no safe in room. Pretty quiet. 10 minutes from #17 tram which takes you to old town in 20 minutes. Very good restaurant.
Very pleased with the hotel. I wasn't sure what to expect given that I didn't pay much for the room but have to say I was pleasantly suprised. Hotel staff were particularly helpful, especially the young blonde lad who was on the desk on Monday night - he ordered us takeaway pizza as we missed the restaurant because our flight was delayed!! I emailed a few days before to arrange transfers from Airport and this was sorted with no hassle. I knew we weren't in central Prague but it was only a 3minute walk to the tram station then a 10min journey on the number 17 Tram to Charles Bridge. Given the high standards of the Hotel I would rather stay here than pay double the price for a Hotel in the Centre!! Great Hotel and will definately be returning next year.
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