Where to sleep in Prague: AXA Hotel Prague

AXA Hotel Prague

If you are looking for a place to sleep in Prague we recommend that you read this post. As we tell you that such was our experience at the AXA Hotel Prague. A central hotel, with breakfast included. And despite not having a very luxurious room, is more than enough for a sightseeing trip around the city of Prague. The Axa Hotel Prague came out for $ 32 / night and person.

We booked this hotel as it had free cancellation along with some others. But in the end we decided on this and canceled the rest.

Services of the AXA Hotel Prague

 the AXA Hotel Prague

The stay at the AXA hotel was very good . Breakfast was included in the price of the hotel. There was a lot of variety, from bacon and sausages to typical sweets from the Czech Republic. We do not know if we get older or what, but every time we appreciate more than the place where we stay have breakfast. Because sometimes we go around a lot before finding a place to have breakfast.

The AXA hotel in Prague has a free gym and swimming pool. Entrance to the pool is only free if you book through its website. As we booked from Booking we did not have access. But value if it comes to mind, we did not even have time to go see the gym because we only went to the hotel to sleep.

Location of the AXA Hotel in Prague

The hotel is 5 minutes from the Republic Square (Námestie Republiky), which is one of the places where the Airport Express that you enter with the Prague Card. If you read this post about whether it is worth the Prague Card we will help you decide if it will come to your account. It was very good for us to be so central because we only arrived to leave our bags at the hotel and start enjoying our trip.

From the hotel you can also reach on foot the main train station of the city of Prague. The Hlavni Nádrazi, and the city center. It was also very useful to be close to the station why it is where we took the train to go to see Karlstejn Castle the first day of the trip.

Apart from all this tell you that very close to the hotel there are good places to go for dinner. When you have been walking for many hours and you are very tired. It is appreciated being able to dine near the hotel.

Rating of the Prague hotel AXA

Our valuation of the Axa Hotel in Prague is 8.5. The treatment was very good, we were even lucky that the receptionist spoke to us in Spanish. Everything went well and what stand out most is the full breakfast and the situation inside the city of Prague.

Useful information of Prague

  • Day trips from Prague: Although we only went to Karlstejn Castle, there are other excursions that may interest you. Such as the ancient city of Kutna Hora. You also have the option of going to the spa town Karlovy Vary or the Terezin concentration camp.
  • Prague Card: If you have not yet decided to buy the Prague Card, this post about what we visited and how much it would have cost you will be useful. Is it worth buying the Prague Card? You can buy it online here.
  • Where to eat in Prague: If you do not yet know what is the typical Czech food we recommend you read our tickets where we explain which restaurants to eat in Prague. We also explain about the typical food we tried during our trip.

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