I’d previously stayed at the MGallery Prague hotel in July 2020 and had been impressed. So when I had the opportunity to return, and make use of ALL Accor’s ‘Suite Night Upgrades‘, I was curious to see if it’d still impress.

MGallery Prague Hotel Bar

MGallery Prague Hotel Location

The Century Old Town MGallery Prague Hotel is located in an excellent position if you’re travelling to Prague for leisure. It’s a pleasant ten minute walk from Prague’s Old Town Square and famous Astronomical Clock. In the vicinity, you’ll find a number of lively restaurants and bars, although as this is a more touristic location, you should be prepared to pay a premium for these.

If you’re travelling from the airport, it’s about a thirty minute journey. We opted to use the Bolt ridesharing app, and it was around €14 from the airport to the hotel. Alternatively, Prague’s main train station is around 20 minutes walking distance from the hotel.


The check-in process was fairly smooth, although it took around ten minutes. The lobby area is impressive, and reflects the character of the building in a really elegant style.

Accor Status Recognition at the MGallery Prague Hotel

There was fairly good recognition of Accor Platinum status, and I was given a welcome drink voucher, as well as informed all soft drinks in the minibar would be complimentary. As I had used a ‘Suite Night Upgrade’ as part of my ALL Accor Platinum benefits, I knew I would be staying in a junior suite. This means I wasn’t given a discretionary upgrade.

Upon entering the room, there was a welcome gift waiting for me, as well as a short welcome note. The gift itself consisted of a small box of chocolates as well as a cocktail glass filled with berries. Both were a nice touch. It’s also worth noting at this point that I was able to benefit from a late check-out until 2pm on my day of departure.

MGallery Prague welcome gift for ALL Platinum status

The Room at the MGallery Prague Hotel

I wasn’t sure what to expect from the junior suite prior to arrival. Overall, I really liked the space, although it reminded me more of a large premium style room, opposed to a suite. In addition to the welcome gift, two large bottles of water were provided in the room. There was also a illy coffee machine. I admit to being more of a nespresso person, and it took a little while to get it working!

Mgallery Prague Hotel Junior Suite

MGallery Prague Hotel Junior Suite

The decor wasn’t too disimilar from what you’d expect at a Sofitel, and overall I really liked the space. There was a seating area, which was part of the main room. The television position could be adjusted – so it was either facing the bed, or the sofa. The room appeared to be well soundproofed, and we didn’t hear any noise from other guests throughout the stay. I particularly liked the tall ceilings, and there was plenty of natural light.

The bed was little short of amazing. It’s a Sofitel ‘MyBed’, which is probably my favourite hotel mattress. The bedding was plush, and provided a great nights sleep. It’s worth noting that we were staying during August, and the aircon worked well. This is not always the case, and when I’ve stayed at other hotels in Prague (looking at you Mama Shelter), the aircon has been very variable.

Bedroom Junior Suite Living Room

The bathroom is well equipped despite being on the smaller side. There was only a shower, although this was powerful. I particularly appreciated the amenities provided, which are from Codage Paris. My skin is really sensitive, and I often have very dry skin. The body lotion is among the only one I have used which has actually worked to reduce this. Normally the soaps, moisturisers, and body lotions provided in hotels make it worse!

MGallery Prague Hotel Bathroom Codage Paris Amenities

Bars and Dining at the MGallery Prague Hotel

We didn’t visit the hotel restaurant, or have breakfast, so I can’t comment on these two aspects. We did, however, have a drink at the bar. It’s a really nice space, and has windows looking out onto the street. Prices are fairly typical of what you’d expect at a hotel like this and there were a number of different wine options.

MGallery Hotel Prague Bar


For a one night stay, we paid around €140 but it’s worth noting without the upgrade voucher it’d have been about €205 for the junior suite. I admit that while I really liked the room, it was slightly less than I was expecting considering it’s marketed as a suite. I’d probably recommend booking a ‘Classic’ room, and using the money saved for drinks and meals in the city.

This, however, shouldn’t detract from the fact this was a very good stay. I’d have no hesitation returning, or recommending the Century Old Town MGallery Prague hotel.

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