Despite competing in the same field as some of the most famous names in the hotel world the Hotel 16 is proud to be placed in the most world known tourist guides such as Rick Steves´ Prague, The Rough Guide to Prague, Marco Polo Prague, Time Out Prague and Lonely Planet Prague. Simultaneously our family hotel is recommended by travel community of TripAdvisor.com.
Above all else this reflects the efforts of every one of our staff. We are proud we developed a team that has become a byword for perfect service and attention to guests' enjoyment.
You can be assured, however, that we aren´t resting on our success, and are making every effort not just to match, but to exceed the standards that gained this recognition.
"Hotel 16 is a sleek and modern business-class place with an intriguing Art Nouveau facade, polished cherry-wood elegance, high ceilings, 14 fine rooms. Triple paned windows, back rooms facing the garden are quieter, air-con, elevator, Internet access, 10-min walk south of Wenceslas Square"
Rick Steves' Prague (2006)
"Hotel 16 a stately little place with an intriguing Art Nouveau facade, high ceilings, and a clean, sleek interior, rents 14 fine rooms, back/quiet rooms face the garden, front/noisier rooms face the street, air-con, elevator, 10-min walk south of Wenceslas Square."
"A returning visitor to this well-run small B&B hotel thought it the best I`ve experienced in the Czech Republic. Earlier praise: It is so welcoming you wouldn`t want to stay anywhere else. Recently renovated, it is near the botanical gardens. It has a small skylit atrium and a pleasant terraced rear garden; the multi-lingual staff are very friendly. A junior suite was nicely furnished, with small sitting room; good bathroom lighting; double-glazed windows kept out most of the noise of cars on the cobbled street. A ground floor single at the back has a small walled garden, but some noise from Reception. A fine buffet breakfast is served in a room with four clocks which did not agreed on when to chime. Wenceslas Square and the wonderful Café Slavia on the riverbank are about ten minutes walk away. Not all taxi drivers know the hotel (they sometimes mistake it for the nearby Novotel): ask the staff how to say the address in Czech. (Charles K Belair, CG Open all year. Rooms 7 junior suites, 5 double, 2 single. Air-conditioning. Facilities Bar, lounge, breakfast room (no-smoking); background music all day. Garden. Antique shop. Unsuitable for [di]. Location 1 km SW of Wenceslas Square. Parking. Airport transfer (book in advance). Credit cards Amex, MasterCard, Visa." 14 fine rooms, back/quiet rooms face the garden, front/noisier rooms face the street, air-con, elevator, 10-min walk south of Wenceslas Square."
"Really friendly, familly-run hotel offering small, plain but clean en-suite rooms. There´s a small terraced garden at the back and botanic gardens nearby."
"Credit MC, V. Map p311 K8. This 14-room family-run inn is a little away from the centre, but only minutes from Staré Město via tram. Yet it´s as quiet as a small Bohemian town and with-in easy walking distance of the Botanical Gardens. Hotel services Bar. Room services Air-conditíomng. Minibar. Safe. TV: satelite. Metro IP Pavlova, tram 4, 6, 10,11,16, 22, 23."
"Hotel 16 U sv. Kateřiny, Well priced family hotel, with 14 rooms. Just around the corner from Dvořák Museum and 10 minutes walk from Wenceslas Square."
Fodor´s Prague´s 25Best
"HOTEL 16 U SV KATERINY: Excellent-value family hotel, with 14 rooms. Close to the Dvořák Museum and the botanical gardens, and 10 minutes walk from Wenceslas Square."