by Kaitlin Braun
Families at the Louren love the multi-level family suite, which includes a double bed, sofa, and extra bed–or the junior suite, which has the same sleeping arrangements but in a single room with a smaller living area. If you have more than four members in your family (or five including a baby), however, you’ll have to book additional rooms.
Accommodations are clean, comfortable, and lovely, and the hotel has a great location close to restaurants, the metro, and a supermarket. A free breakfast is served daily, and the lobby is stocked with complimentary snacks and drinks. One of the highlights is the exceptional staff, who are always to listen to requests and help you plan your days.
Our Editor Loves
- Multi-level family suite
- Free breakfast and snacks
- Excellent location
- Free Breakfast
- Free Wi-Fi
This is a really nice hotel (although the rooms would need a facelift) located in Prague 3, a really beautiful, peaceful area, very close to all the tourist attractions, yet completely off the tourist beat. From here you can walk to the downtown area for 10-20 minutes (depending where exactly you want to go) or get a metro and be there in literally 4-5 minutes.
The staff were great, the receptionist, a young gentleman, was extremely welcoming and affable. The breakfast is ok, nothing really special, but totally fine for a good start of the day.
This review is a bit belated in coming, but I felt like I just had to write it.
I spent 4 nights here during a conference in Prague. Prior to arrival, I had a package delivered from London to the hotel but I was not sure whether it will arrive before me. I wrote to the hotel, and connected with Veronika Machova who helped me arrange to receive it.
I arrived on 23 Oct and was promptly handed the parcel at check in. There is only one check in counter , and I had to wait awhile for check in as it was a busy period for the hotel. The check in staff was however, extremely friendly and took the time to explain and took me through the hotel layout and breakfast system. After having to lug my luggages up narrow stairs in some Prague hotels (esp those old buildings), I was relieved to find that this hotel spotted a decent sized lift.
Veronika had kindly upgraded me to a Family Suite for my stay. The room is big with separate living room and loft bedroom. The bathroom is quite big and has a nicely sized bath tub. There is a small TV in the living room. The breakfast although not extensive, is really delicious and included some local Czech breakfast items. Next to the hotel is a restaurant that serves lunch and dinner too.
Although not located in the city centre, I find the Louren conveniently located. It is walking distance to the train station and a few stops away to the old Town.