The hotel is very fancy but it's far from the center of Prague and not recommended in the summer.
Hotel services are good, breakfast is fantastic, and rooms are luxurious. It seems to be largely a conference hotel, so if that's the reason for your stay, great. If tourism is the reason, know that it's a 45-minute walk or 30-minute public transportation to get to the Old Town, New Town, Charles Bridge, the Jewish Quarter, and the Castle area, which are the common tourist interests. If you'll only go out once a day, the commute would be fine, but more if more often, you'll want to stay more in the center of things. Additionally, when the weather is in the 80's Fahrenheit or above, the hotels air conditioning is inadequate. This was true in guest rooms (I asked around) and the food and public spaces. The reception and bell staff are a bit stuffy, but they'll provide help when needed. There are likely rooms with good views, but I had a view of a parking ramp.
In summary, if it's not summer and you have reasons to be in Prague other than typical tourism, it's a very good place to stay.More
- Free Wifi
- Breakfast included