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Hotel in Prague?

R.Federer
07-11-2007, 05:46 PM
Can someone give me any personal experiences with a good hotel in Prague? We will go for 4 nights and want to stay reasonably close to the center of town. We prefer not to have any modern chain hotel like Marriott or Sheraton. Something more typical of the area, charming, and clean (and safe).

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you.

Action Jackson
07-11-2007, 05:48 PM
When are you going? In the middle of summer it's going to be very expensive, how much are you willing to pay?

Do a day trip there is more to see in the Czech Republic than Prague.

Fee
07-11-2007, 06:06 PM
I've had good success reading the information at tripadvisor.com and tripadvisor.co.uk. There might be some info there about decent Prague hotels (you can search by price, then read the reviews in the hotel profiles).

R.Federer
07-11-2007, 10:31 PM
When are you going? In the middle of summer it's going to be very expensive, how much are you willing to pay?

Do a day trip there is more to see in the Czech Republic than Prague.


Thanks George.

I am going (2 adults + one whiny kid) August 28-September 1. 4 nights. We want to pay up to SFr 150 a night (or approx US$150 or thereabouts) and must stay in the town center.

And, we are open to all suggestions outside Prague which are doable without a car (meaning, local transportation). If you have ideas, please let me know or send me a PM or even a good link if you have.

R.Federer
07-11-2007, 10:32 PM
I've had good success reading the information at tripadvisor.com and tripadvisor.co.uk. There might be some info there about decent Prague hotels (you can search by price, then read the reviews in the hotel profiles).
Thanks Fee. I'll check out the Trip Advisor right away. I am always worried that these glowing web reviews are written by the hotel staff :o

R.Federer
07-12-2007, 04:36 AM
Is there no one who can help...?

El Legenda
07-12-2007, 05:19 AM
:lol: Prague i cant help you with, but i can with about 45-50 other cities :lol:

TNX1.0E6TOPCA
07-12-2007, 07:13 AM
hope it helps...

Abaka (www.abaka.com) it's general website (a hotel datebase) but famous concerning Prague, the site is mentioned in all Czech Republic travel guides.

some hotels located in the historical centre of Prague:

Hotel Opera (http://www.Hotel-Opera.cz/)
Hotel U Raka (http://www.romantikhotel-uraka.cz/)
Hotel Sax (http://www.sax.cz/intro.php?pic=1) (but don't choose rooms with view on the patio)
Hotel Biskupsky Dum (www.hotelbishopshouse.com)
Hotel U Tri Pstrosu (www.utripstrosu.cz) Hotel The 3 Ostrichs ;) you know july and august are low season in Prague. For instance, for this hotel the 4th night is free if you arrive on a Sunday or Monday


:wavey:

TNX1.0E6TOPCA
07-12-2007, 07:26 AM
and a last selection in the 2nd arrondissement of Prague (not far from center)

Hotel Anna (http://www.hotelanna.cz/fr/) ./. 10 % if you pay cash and reserve directly at the hotel. You feel like you are in a house of the old New-York
Hotel Lunik (http://www.hotel-lunik.cz/english/index.html) cosy, very nice and friendly

well, it's no personal experience, it's just excerpt from a recent travel guide... i'm interested too by a future stay in Praha :p

Langers
07-12-2007, 07:34 AM
I've had good success reading the information at tripadvisor.com and tripadvisor.co.uk. There might be some info there about decent Prague hotels (you can search by price, then read the reviews in the hotel profiles).
Agreed with this. :yeah:

Action Jackson
07-12-2007, 07:54 AM
Thanks George.

I am going (2 adults + one whiny kid) August 28-September 1. 4 nights. We want to pay up to SFr 150 a night (or approx US$150 or thereabouts) and must stay in the town center.

And, we are open to all suggestions outside Prague which are doable without a car (meaning, local transportation). If you have ideas, please let me know or send me a PM or even a good link if you have.

Ok, good I have an idea what you are after now and I will see what I can find for you. I don't have experience of staying in Prague hotels mainly cause I stayed in private houses and I was very thankful for that.

R.Federer
07-12-2007, 04:49 PM
Thanks a lot, George. Anything would be helpful -- please don't waste too much time. If you can remember anything off the top of your mind, that is perfect.

Interlaken, thank you so much for those hotel suggestions. I will look them up right now. Be back later.


Everyone else, thank you also.

Action Jackson
07-12-2007, 07:57 PM
Thanks a lot, George. Anything would be helpful -- please don't waste too much time. If you can remember anything off the top of your mind, that is perfect.

Interlaken, thank you so much for those hotel suggestions. I will look them up right now. Be back later.


Everyone else, thank you also.

Try these :

Pension U Medvidku
U Karlova Mostu
The Castle Steps



http://www.visitingeu.com/central-europe/czech-republic/2007/04/prague-top-5-off-beaten-path.html