My husband and I will be in Prague next month and we both have trouble sleeping in hotels, thus we always get a room with two beds. For some reason, the hotels in Prague can't seem to guarantee the bed type, it's just a "request," and they all say bed type will be assigned at check-in. We made a reservation at the Grandior but I'm not confident that they will actually honor our request as we get in from the states in the evening. Thus, we just made another reservation at the Holiday Inn Congress Center, which can guarantee the bed type but it's away from the town center. Both of these reservations are refundable, fortunately. Just wondering if anyone knows of a nice/clean/quiet hotel near the center that's able to guarantee two beds. I've never spent so much time in my life just searching one city for hotels!
Have you looked at Booking.com? You should be able to select the exact room/bed configuration you want (this will be confirmed by the photos of the room, as well as the room description).
Yes, I took a look and for several hotels it says "select your bed if available" so it kind of feels like a gamble. We need our sleep, especially on that first night after the long trip.
I’m not sure what your budget is but we are staying at the best western city hotel Moran next month. When you go to the booking part, one of the options is standard or deluxe room, two single beds. I think they put together/take apart the beds as needed. But maybe you want a double bed each.
I actually used our air miles and was able to get 4 nights for a grand total of $11.50, so I imagine I’ll be happy with our choice...lol.
I can’t speak for the hotel itself. But they seem to have half decent reviews and are located close to the dancing houses and a metro stop nearby and trams as well.
I usually try to book directly with the hotel and confirm exactly what I'm getting. I often get better rates or breakfast or something "thrown in". I use booking.com or similar to narrow my options. A few years ago, I traveled to Prague with my two adult sons. We needed 3 beds. I booked directly with Hotel Hastal located in Old Town. Instead of emailing a credit card number, which I am not always comfortable with, they were willing to call me for the number. www.hotelhastalprague.com
what you really want to look for is a twin room, that always means 2 beds. I have stayed in numerous Prague hotels over the last 25 years and never had a problem getting a twin room when I require it.
I sometimes stay in the Vienna House Diplomat which is in the Dejvicka area of the city abiout 5 or 6 minutes by metro and 10 minutes or so by tram to the city centre,tram and metro almost outside the door.
I am actually heading to the airport in about an hour for yet another trip to Prague and will be meeting up with a friend from Kansas City later in the week and he is staying at the Diplomat.
Irene, we are booked at Hotel Hastal next month based on positive recommendations, old town location, reservations refundable, and quiet area. They do offer twin rooms. When we booked we received a confirmation asking if we preferred a Queen or twin room. We booked about 8 months ago at a reasonable rate. Hope you can find availability for your dates. www.hotelhastalprague.com
Try emailing the Perla Hotel (email@example.com). Last time I was there they had Marriage Beds which were locked together to form a big double. So if they are unlocked it will be two separate beds. Central location.
Thanks all. Some of these places aren't available for my dates, but I just booked the strangest room at the Grand Majestic Plaza. It has 3 twin beds! It is definitely an odd configuration, but the hotel has great reviews and a good location, and I guess we'll just use the extra bed for storage.
Irene, I have often seen room in Europe with 3 twin beds, including the one I had at Hotel Hastel. I hope you have a great trip