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All reviewsu zlatehoold town squarethe main squareexcellent locationroom overlooking the roadceletna streettraditional furniturehigh ceilingsearly hours of the morningwifi signalnoisy at nightastronomical clockplenty of hot waterlarge roombreakfast roomno air conditioningcharming hotel
Lovely double room.
Furniture is a bit old but the bed was super comfortable and it was spotless.
The room was super spacious and their cafeteria/bar and bakery are incredible. The food was delicious and the concierge and bartenders, extremely nice. The patio is lovely...More
Stayed here on 4th Jan for 3 nights and, as usual, the hotel didn’t disappoint. Location can’t be beaten and all the staff are professional, pleasant and helpful. Our booking was subject to a few changes along the way as our party size changed, needing...More
Tip - not ideal for people who struggle with stairs. But otherwise perfect base for exploring old town. Torture museum round the corner, old town market a 2 minute walk away and great bars and restaurants in a very short stumbling distance! Rooms were very...More
Just had a wonderful 4 day break in Prague for my birthday with my wife and stayed at this hotel on the recommendation of a friend. Lovely hotel with a café attached and a great base for everything.We stayed 14th of December until the 17th...More
My husband and I spent a long weekend in Prague and what a find this hotel was. Brilliantly located for walking round all the sights. It is spotlessly clean. The staff are so helpful and friendly. Our room (No 1) was on the ground floor,...More
One of the oldest neighbourhoods in town represents the medieval heart of Prague. It’s no surprise it is bustling with tourists every time of day. Križovnický square, overlooking Charles Bridge with Prague Castle in the background, is probably the most beautiful square in the city. Its unique historical atmosphere of gothic houses and churches, cobblestone streets and squares, and stone towers blend together with the
modern era. A vast array of bars, restaurants, dance clubs, international brand shops, galleries and hotels bring life to the old city. With its charming and picturesque cobblestone streets, the nightlife and parties will surely be unforgettable.
We Travelled by coach as part of euro trip couldn't tell the distance from airport to hotel however hotel rates are included below. I prefer to book a taxi myself which could be cheaper. Usually Trams are the best and... More
We Travelled by coach as part of euro trip couldn't tell the distance from airport to hotel however hotel rates are included below. I prefer to book a taxi myself which could be cheaper. Usually Trams are the best and quickest mode of transport in Prague you can purchase a timed ticket which is pretty cheap (usually 20CZK for 30 minutes and so on) and travel unlimited within that time , we preferred walking to get the best of the Prague architecture and culture, breakfast usually costs €6 euro per person in the hotel. A 3 course meal in a traditional restaurant in central Prague for 2 people costs around 800-1000 CZK I'm including the prices we were given by hotel for transport but just as a reference these prices could have changed . Please check with hotel.
From the airport:
▪ 600,-CZK ( 24,-EUR ) for 1-2 people
▪ 650,-CZK ( 26,-EUR ) for 3-4 people
▪ 950,-CZK ( 40,-EUR ) for 5-8 people
From the railway station or bus station:
▪ 450,-CZK ( 18,-EUR ) for 1-2 people
▪ 480,-CZK ( 19,-EUR ) for 3-4 people
▪ 700,-CZK ( 28,-EUR ) for 5-8 people
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"rooms overlooking courtyard are quieter than those overlooking the street"