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Best Western City Hotel Moran

Na Morani 15, Prague 120 00 Czech Republic
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#219 of 684 hotels in Prague
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The BW City Hotel Moran is a charming four star hotel in a beautiful historic building centrally located in Prague near Moldavia River. Within walking distance you will find most of Prague’s stunning sights, such as the National Theatre, Charle’s Bridge, Wenceslav’s Square, the Castle or the medieval town center. Situated near the hotel is also the Technical University, the Botanic Gardens, the VFN Clinic, the Ministry of Justice or the Czech Office for Standards, Metrology and Testing. Subway and Tramway stations are within a few hundred meters.
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Property amenities
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free breakfast
Airport transportation
Baggage storage
24-hour front desk
Dry cleaning
Laundry service
Breakfast buffet
Complimentary instant cofffee
Complimentary tea
Kid-friendly buffet
Non-smoking hotel
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Air conditioning
Flatscreen TV
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Non-smoking rooms
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Languages Spoken
English, Czech, German
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mlorahga wrote a review Sep 2020
Augusta, Georgia1493 contributions300 helpful votes
This hotel is located close to the historic district and within easy walking distance of the city tram system. It was very comfortable and just what I needed for my stay in Prague. Check in was easy and they provided everything I needed.
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Date of stay: October 2019
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Michelle P wrote a review Mar 2020
Greater Manchester, United Kingdom13 contributions22 helpful votes
Lovely hotel . Spotless . Good location plenty of tram stops surrounding or a 15 min walk to centre . Staff nice and speak good English let us check in early as we had an early flight . Rooms nice n clean tv hairdryer wifi Bathroom nice with bath and shower We found the bed uncomfortable though maybe a new mattress ? Breakfast included plenty of choice Would recommend there’s a lovely cake shop next door too
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Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
1 Helpful vote
Response from BWCityHotelMoran, Manager at Best Western City Hotel Moran
Responded 13 Mar 2020
Hi R8794IVmichellep, Thanks for your review and stay in our hotel. We work hard to meet expectations like yours, and we’re happy to hear we hit the mark for you. Your feedback with the bed is noted and much appreciated. Come back and see us soon. Cheers! Radka and the Hotel Team Best Western City Hotel Prague
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Janet wrote a review Feb 2020
Glasgow, United Kingdom9 contributions15 helpful votes
Just returned from 4 nights at this hotel. Hotel is lovely and clean. Rooms good size. Breakfast very good with lots of choice. Found any staff we dealt with very pleasant. Within reasonable walking distance of all the central attractions. If you dont want to walk tram is just up and round from hotel. A lovely little cafe just across from hotel with really nice food.
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Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
1 Helpful vote
BecMore wrote a review Feb 2020
Sheffield, United Kingdom3 contributions16 helpful votes
Myself and my partner stayed at the Best Western City Hotel Moran, in Prague from the 24th - 31st January 2020 for 7 nights for my 40th Birthday and we had an AMAZING week! There is Czech City Tax to pay per person per night which was 21CZK which was 70p. So we paid 147 CZK which was £4.97 for the week as we checked out. Prague is packed full of exploring, walking, photography, eating and drinking! We built up to walking 69 miles over the week whilst we explored there! The weather we had was mainly cloudy, overcast and very cold with wind. The wind was piercingly cold at times so be sure to take hats, gloves, scarfs and snoods. We had a few rain showers. There was no ice or snow but was very cold. The hotel was perfect for what we needed that week. We had room 404 and it was overlooking the Emmaus Monastery a modern roof which sits on the early medieval Monastery which was damaged by Allied bombing in WWII. The frequent Trams run by the hotel day and night so it was fairly noisy in the evening and night time. Luckily I took my ear plugs away with me to block out the noise. My partner slept ok without earplugs. I'm a light sleeper so was prepared. The room was immaculate and cleaned daily with clean towels. No safety deposit box in the room though, it was kept behind reception. The reception was open 24hrs a day. We had a light bulb problem one day and we rang down to reception and the guy on reception was very helpful and sorted a new bulb out for us within the hour. In the room we had a mini fridge which we found very useful to keep bottled water in cold. We had coffee/tea making facilities in the room which were replenished daily if we had used them. A kettle and two mugs with spoons. We had a TV in the room but the only channel worth watching was SKY NEWS on channel 72. No other English language channels. We had twin beds and they were incredibly comfortable! Couldn't believe how comfy they were. Never have I been away and found the hotel bed more comfortable than my own bed!! The room was warm and spacious. The shower was powerful, but the hairdryer was disappointing, it wasnt very powerful and got extremely hot at the handle. Having long hair to dry I found this frustrating! There was a wardrobe with only a few hangers in there so bring some more along with you! No drawers were provided for smalls. But little shelves were attached to the end of the wardrobe. Breakfast was fantastic, one of the best, freshest and plentiful spreads I've ever seen in a hotel. There was so much choice and we filled up every morning which sometimes meant we didn't need any lunch, so could carrying on exploring the city and embracing the sights! There were all sorts of teas, coffees, juices, cakes, pastries, bread, rolls. Warm food was available in eggs, bacon, sausage and tomatoes. The bacon was delicious! There was also a selection of cheeses, cold meats, hams and salamis and salads. Cerals, yogurts, fruit, dry fruits, nuts, seeds were set out neatly for you pick. The hotel was close to shops and supermarkets. One called Billa and the other called Albert, which were all good value. The Tram stops are literally around the corner from the hotel. The Dancing House is close to the hotel which is situated on the corner near the River Vltava. Charles Bridge is a 20 minute walk away from the hotel. If you walk along the river you cannot miss it. We went to the Castle which was about a 30 minutes walk from the hotel. The views were magnificent and magical. Vyšehrad is a medival fortress about a 20 minute walk from the hotel in the other direction. We were shocked how good the views were here! It is well worth going! We even spotted a red squirrel which was bouncing in between the trees near the fortress. There was small park which we saw all kinds of bird life. We spotted a Nuthatch bobbing along a tree. It took around 20 minutes to walk to Old Time Square which is a very populated area. The Astronomical Clock is a beauty which is 600 years old and chimes with figurines at every hour break. The crowds of tourists gather here so be aware of pick pickets. My favourite building was staroměstské náměstí which is stunning both in the day and lit up in the evening. It some how resembles the Disney Cinderalla Castle in Walt Disney World with its peaks and towers! The 10th Century gothic artitecture is breathtaking around here and there literally is a photo opportunity at every head turn! I went dizzy at some points looking up! The atmosphere here is phenomenal! We went to Wenclas Square which is a rich area of shops, bars, eateries and even late openings on Sundays which seemed bizarre. The shops were open till 20pm. We went to Prague Zoo on my actual birthday and it was so good! The connections on the Metro and Bus were simple and easy to use. We bought a transport ticket which cost 110kc which is £3.73 for 24 hours. You get your little ticket and activate it on the bus/tram in the machines. For 30 minutes travel you pay 24kc which is 81p. Incredibly cheap to get around if you don't want to walk or are tired after walking so far. We got the Metro underground from I. P. Pavlova to Nádraží Holešovice where there is plenty of bus stops. The bus to the Zoo is bus 112. Which then takes 15 minutes to get to the Zoo. Zoo entry cost 200kc which is £6.68. You can literally walk round all day looking and admiring over 600 species. It was open from 9am till 4pm. We did so much in the week we were there. There's hundreds of bars, pubs and eateries, all of different themes and tastes. Museums, art galleries and places worth the visit you are spolit for choice! Overall Prague is a city of romance, a gem of artitecture down the centuries, full of captivating ambience, resounding with the melodies of great composers, but also the a modern metropolis pulsating with life. Prague to me is one of the finest cities in the world that satisfies the traveller in you without draining your bank account! I took 1,756 photos on this trip and a month after our return I'm still buzzing and sorting them out! I cannot recommend Prague enough, it's one of the best holidays I've ever had!! We just didn't have time to see or do everything... We will definitely be returning to Prague in the future!
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Date of stay: January 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from BWCityHotelMoran, Manager at Best Western City Hotel Moran
Responded 24 Feb 2020
WOOW! What a brilliant review, BecMore! Thanks a lot for being our guest and taking your time to write such a comprehensive report. We are happy to hear that you enjoyed the stay with us. Other travelers will for sure appreciate your detailed report from Prague including what to do in Prague, traveling time from the hotel to the various sights and admission details. Wishing you all the best and see you soon in Prague! Radka and the team of Best Western City Hotel Moran
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Anne H wrote a review Feb 2020
Greater Manchester, United Kingdom14 contributions46 helpful votes
The room was very spacious and we were on a corner so had two windows. Comfortable beds and everywhere was very clean. Tea making facilities. Bathroom had bath with overhead shower. Plenty of choice for breakfast including English and continental. Staff were friendly and helpful.
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Date of stay: February 2020
Room Tip: we could hear the trams from our room but not too noisy.
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Response from BWCityHotelMoran, Manager at Best Western City Hotel Moran
Responded 24 Feb 2020
Dear Anne H, Thank you for your kind words. I am always delighted to hear that you were impressed with the service as well as the quality of the hotel facilities. We all look forward to welcoming you back again soon. Kind regards, Radka and the Best Western City Hotel Moran Team
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Frequently Asked Questions about Best Western City Hotel Moran
Which popular attractions are close to Best Western City Hotel Moran?
Nearby attractions include National Memorial to the Heroes of the Heydrich Terror (0.2 km), St Cyril and St Methodius Cathedral (0.2 km), and Shisha Palace Praha - Hookah Lounge & Cocktail Bar (0.2 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Best Western City Hotel Moran?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and airport transportation.
What food & drink options are available at Best Western City Hotel Moran?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, complimentary tea, and free instant coffee during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to Best Western City Hotel Moran?
Conveniently located restaurants include Taaj Palace, Yori Restaurant, and Restaurace U Matejicku.
Does Best Western City Hotel Moran have airport transportation?
Yes, Best Western City Hotel Moran offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Is Best Western City Hotel Moran located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.8 km away from the centre of Prague.
Are any cleaning services offered at Best Western City Hotel Moran?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Best Western City Hotel Moran?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, German, and Czech.
Are there any historical sites close to Best Western City Hotel Moran?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Old Town Hall with Astronomical Clock (1.5 km), Vysehrad National Cultural Monument (1.0 km), and Lobkowicz Palace (2.2 km).
Is Best Western City Hotel Moran accessible?
Yes, it offers facilities for disabled guests. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.