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Hotel Josef - Prague

Luxury hotels spoil their guests with exclusive facilities, high-class dining and wonderful rooms.

Hotel Josef - Prague

Offering luxury is never easy – you always have to come over as the most outstanding of the outstanding. What was yesterday’s deluxe is usually tomorrow’s average. Take a look at which five-star hotels, according to the website www.hotel.info, enjoy a good reputation among wealthier customers.

Luxury hotels spoil their guests with exclusive facilities, high-class dining and wonderful rooms. Services that will satisfy your every whim come as standard. The website www.hotel.info lists the best-rated five-star establishments where guests are willing to part with more of their cash than normal (see tab below).

How clean are hotel rooms?

This year the hotel reservation website www.hotel.info asked over six million customers which cities had the cleanest hotels. Tokyo, Moscow and Prague, it would seem, have quite thorough staff.

The highest rated cities from last year maintained their positions, though guests were slightly less impressed by the cleanliness of the hotels in these locations this time round. The top cities remain Tokyo and Warsaw with Prague coming in with 9.2 points (maximum number of points in 10).

1. Ketschaer Hof

Deidesheim

9.5

2. Grandhotel Lienz

Lienz

9.5

3. Hotel Ritz Paris

Paris

9.5

4. Hipotels Hipocampo Palace

Calla Millor

9.5

5. Kempinksi Hotel River Park

Bratislava

9.4

6. Grand Resort Bad Ragaz

Bad Ragaz

9.4

7. Iberostar Grand Hotel Budapest

Budapest

9.3

8. Emirates Palace Abu Dhabi

Abu Dhabi

9.3

9. Barcelo Los Cabos Palace Deluxe

San José del Cabo

9.3

10. Hotel General                         

Prague 

 9.2


 

TOP 5 hotels

Hotel.info has once again made its „Top Rated Hotel 2013“ awards for exceptional service in the Czech Republic. All hotels are located in Prague.

1. Hotel General

2. Miss Sophie’s

3. Castle Residence

4. Hotel Josef

5. Austria Suites

More information

Source: Czech Travelogue, 01/2014