We spent 4 days in Prague,it is very easy to get around as all the tourist sites are close to each other.Depending on how you like to spend your time you can do it as cheap or dear as you want.Average price of pint 70k,2 gin tonic 250k,coffee 65k,menu of the day 180k,taxi to airport 600k.Prague has some wonderfull sites and crossing over Charles bridge from new to old town is avery nice stroll.We are in our fifties and we walked every where not needing to use public traansport at all but there are quite a few hills and steps on our trip around Prague.Good stay would go back again.
We would highly recommend this hotel. Our room was on 6th floor at front of building yet it was really quiet, and a large room for "standard" size with good size ensuite plus tea/coffee making facilities! The breakfast was excellent, plenty of variety and lovely atmosphere with a pianist playing. Very pleasant helpful reception staff. Hotel is positioned within 5 minutes walking distance to Old City.
Very nice hotel. As title suggests, finished in an art-deco style which my wife just loved. Breakfasts were very good with a reasonable selection. Good location to the Namestry Republic metro station and 100 metres to the nearest tram stop. We used the hotel car to take us to the airport (790ck all-in) to avoid any hassles with taxis over-charging (we were told to expect to pay approx. 600 - 650 ck by taxi)
We were charged 650ck for the bottled drinking water which came as a surprise. We were not aware that we would be charged, the hotel told us that the water was on the charge sheet for the mini-bar, but there is no notice displayed, so be aware. A bit cheeky............
We stayed here for three nights during our visit to Prague. Our room was spacious and clean, the front desk staff were friendly and helpful, and the buffet breakfast was excellent (breads, scrambled eggs, grilled vegetables / baked beans, meats, cereals, some fruits).
The hotel itself is a bit further away from the main attractions in Prague but very close to both trams and the metro which can get you everywhere - we bought a 3-day transport ticket and had no trouble with getting around. It's also not far from a laundromat (Andy's) which was handy for us since we'd been travelling for a while.
The only downsides were: 1) the wifi was painfully slow at times, and 2) we were on the ground floor and there were some construction works going on the pavement outside which made for some noisy mornings.
I booked it based on web reviews. Happy with the room and service, above my expectations. Only challenge was noise level, including in the halls (noise echoed). But it's also a hostel, so you can't expect Westin quietness 😉
The rooms were in the lap of luxury. Everything was kept clean and very comfortable - rooms were serviced every day. We were 3 people in the one bedroom suite; the third bed was in the living room, which also featured plush furnishings, enormous curtained windows and a beautiful light feature with a dimmer switch for maximum comfort. Both the living room and bedroom were air conditioned, and both had their own TV. There was an ensuite bathroom which featured both a bath and a shower. The showering and toilet were in their own glass-doored partitions. The door to the room opened into a small reception room which housed an additional plush sofa, as well as the safety deposit box, mini bar and hairdryer. It was very spacious and comfortable, to the point that we were astounded by the value for money as we found it relatively inexpensive. The location was also excellent; we were in walking distance from the Old Town Square which features the famous Astronomical Clock, and were 5-10 mins away from two large shopping malls and a major shopping street. The river was also only a few minutes away. The food in the hotel was also delicious; there was a wide-ranging menu for dinner which included local cuisine, and the continental breakfast offered both warm and cold options which seemed to suit everyone. You wouldn't be disappointed by a visit here; an ideal location from which to base a city break.
we arrived early at the hotel and the reception staff were really kind to us and swapped us to a room that was available straight away. Also, on the first morning at breakfast my girlfriend asked for soy milk and the staff members went out of their way to get it for her which made her morning amazing!
Founded in 1348 by Charles IV and redeveloped in the 19th century, the New Town originally played host to Prague’s craftsmen and tradesfolk. Many of the city’s cultural and civic institutions are here, including the National Theatre, the State Opera ,and the New Town Hall. The most famous landmark is Wenceslas Square, home of the Velvet Revolution in 1989.
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