February 25, 2012 Prague Czech Republic Europe

InterContinental Praha Hotel, Czech Republic

Phone Number: +420 296 631 111

Address: Pařížská 30 110 00 Praha 1 Czech Republic

Website: http://www.icprague.com/

Price Range: 0-0 $

Intercontinental Prague Intercontinental Prague
3.85 out of 5 based on 1 professional review.

RATING:77/100

Welcoming: 4/5

Food Temperature: 8/10

Ambiance / Music: 7.5/10

Menu Choice: 4/5

Food Taste: 23/30

Architecture / Interior: 7/10

Food presentation: 8/10

Service: 8/10

Value for money: 7/10

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We were all happy. This hotel is absolutely stunning. It gives its guests great views of the scenic environment and provides amazing services! However, it does not offer free internet, so staying there for business might get a little pricey.

InterContinental Prague, is directly located not even on Prague’s most famous and luxurious shopping boulevard "Parizska" connecting the historical Old Town Square with the banks of the Vltava River but also in the centre of many legends and imagination. InterContinental Praha is the ideal base from which to explore the capital city’s endless historic sites, castles, museums, restaurants and shops. Located on the banks of the Vltava River, the hotel is an easy walk from Old Town, Charles Bridge, the Jewish Quarter and Prague Castle. The Prague Congress Centre is a short taxi or shuttle ride away. Very nice hotel, with an amazing river view, the InterContinental Praha offers great room temperatures, nice amenities and very nice and varied TV and music channels.  You even get a menu to choose your pillow! Nice but the bathroom is a bit small, though it’s compensated for by the big safe and the 2 couches in the rooms. The entire hotel allows smoking even inside the rooms. The only negative point is that sometimes you walk a very long distance to reach your room as the hotel is one of the biggest in Prague. In the lobby, our Lebanese international cigar shop Casa Del Habano is there for you.

Unfortunately, the Internet is not free! That's bad for a five stars in the 21st century !

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