Prague is one of the most sought-after destinations in Europe. And why wouldn’t it be? As beautiful as the stalwarts like Paris, Rome, London or Amsterdam, it is a treasure trove for historophiles with the history dating back to a millennium. And when it comes to drinks, if France has the best wine in Europe, Prague has the best Beer. Yes, way better than what you get in Germany. Lately, Prague has become a tourist magnet and travellers come in droves from around the world. There’s a lot to be explored in Prague and the city grows on you with every passing day. However, your experience can either be memorable or a nightmare, depending on your choice of accommodation. So, if you are not sure where to stay in Prague, choose Boutique Hotel Seven Days. Here is my first-hand experience of staying at this classy and romantic property:
WHY choose Boutique Hotel Seven Days?
When I book a hotel, location becomes my top most priority. Located in Nove Mesto, the Boutique Hotel Seven Days is 160 meters from the National Museum, 643 meters from Wenceslas Square, less than two kilometers away from the Town Center and Old Town Square and less than three kilometers from the Charles Bridge. Everything is within a walking distance from the Hotel and if you don’t feel like walking, Tram, Train and Bus Stations are just around the corner. There are 24-hour open convenience stores as soon as you step out of the hotel.
2. Authentic Medieval Architecture
As I walked into the hotel, I was transported to an era of the classic avant-garde medieval period. The Hotel is a great example of how to weave a remarkable history and architecture into a luxury accommodation that doesn’t intimidate you. The intricate white interiors made me fall in love with the hotel at the first sight. And, that attraction hasn’t faded even after two months of returning from Prague. The cheerful staff ensured I had a pleasant day and stay. While the hotel was lavish from inside, the view from my room was average. But I have no complaints since I love to spend more time being a part of the view than ogling it from my room window.
3. Ratings, and Reviews
I felt extremely lucky to be staying at a four-star heritage property built in a neo-renaissance residential style in 1888. Until I experienced it first hand, I had no clue that the Boutique Hotel Seven Days is distinguished as a United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization World Heritage Site. The hotel has rave reviews on booking sites. There is hardly any negative review online about the property.
WHAT do you get?
All 50 soundproof and smoke-free rooms at the Boutique Hotel Seven Days feature Villa Borghese-style furniture. While the hotel has classy appeal, it is backed up with all modern technologies to make sure guests have a pleasant stay. There is free Wi-Fi, 24-hour room service, Digital TV, minibars and hair dryers among many amenities available. There is also a complimentary smartphone for your personal use. Free smartphone for national calls (10+ countries), free data, extensive guide & more. Toiletries were well stacked.
Living up to its name, the hotel had a boutique style restaurant, a fitness centre and a bar. Very cozy and very elegantly done. The hotel’s restaurant features an atrium with white arches. The restaurant offers international dishes and wines. A buffet breakfast is served each morning.
The Lobby Bar, serving cocktails and other drinks, features a large plasma television where I got an opportunity to catch on the football action and have some good conversations with other guests. Spa and Sauna services are available to give relief to your body and soul. The hotel was kind enough to arrange a cab drop off for me. If you stay for more than three days then cab service is free else there’s a small fee.
- Private sauna & jacuzzi
- Massage and Fitness center
- Free high-speed Wi-Fi
- Business center
- Concierge service
- Currency exchange on-site
The staff at Boutique Hotel Seven Days was very courteous and answered all my queries patiently at any given time. I would particularly like to mention about the front office. They always welcomed me with a big smile, no matter what time I arrived.
HOW to book?
You can book either book directly by visiting their website https://www.hotelsevendays.cz or through any third-party website like tripadvisor.com or booking.com
Their contact details are:
Phone.:+420 222 923 111
Fax.: +420 222 923 222
My experience of Staying at Boutique Hotel Seven Days was wonderful and would recommend it to anyone looking for a comfortable and classy experience in Prague.
Have you ever stayed at a boutique four-star property in a historic town? If yes, I would love to hear from you.
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I was hosted by Boutique Hotel Seven Days in October 2017. However, as always, the views are mine and based on my personal experience. The pictures used are either mine or provided by the Hotel.