Located next to the Vysocanska Metro Station, Clarion Congress Hotel Prague boasts a shopping mall on site. Great hotel. The rooms are big and the toilets as well. Clean. Nothing feancy all done whit a taste.
A 5-minute drive from the O2 Arena, Wellness Hotel Step is 3 km from Prague city centre. It features a direct connection to the Step Sports and Wellness Centre. Everything was OK, nice rooms, restaurant was very good, wellness is great, shame it’s only free for...
Hotel Jasmín is located in a quiet area of Prague and provides free Wi-Fi in the entire building. Guests can sample Czech and international cuisine at the on-site restaurant. We paid just around 25 euros per night, but we got: > A very nice, warm, gentleman, who greeted...
Hotel Harfa is located in Prague, 500 metres from the O2 Arena. Free WiFi access is available and the reception is open for 24 hours. All rooms come with a private bathroom. Hopefully and friendly RECEPTION , near O2 ARENA :-) for any events.
Amazing hall, great sound, very well designed and modern, spacious entry and exit corridors so you never get squashed coming in or leaving, feels safe and civilised. Great concert of Billie Eilish everyone was happy!
The whole reason we came to Prague was so my husband and son could see Richie Blackmore’s Rainbow in the 02 Arena. It was phenomenal. They can’t talk about enything else. Obviously that’s mostly the music but the venue was good too! And it was easy to get to on the tram.
Got a taxi here to see Andre Rieu concert amazing place and so easy to access. seating Was very comfortable. However we had difficulty in finding transport after concert and only for Uber we didn't know we would have done to get back to town
Saw Ennio Morricone live here (just boasting a bit because it was a fantastic concert). The Arena itself is easy to get to on public transport. There's good views from everywhere from what I could see and a good selection of food and drink at surprisingly good prices,about £1.50 a pint.
I used to live very close to the areana for about a year. There is a multifloor shoping complex right next to it which is simply fantastic for meals & shopping. The metro (Ceskomoravska, yellow line) is literally outside the arena as well as vital bus routes.
If attending an Ice Hockey game go for the best seats with the catering add on - this will give you access to the VIP lounge in the basement area for some good food and drink before the game and in the intervals. The Sparta prague fans are passionate!