ABEX Hostel

U Nakladoveho Nadrazi 2, Prague, 13000, Czech Republic
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Hotel recommendation, please

by stamporama

I've gone through VT's Prague hotel tips but either the prices are high for me or the rates are a bit dated (those considered 'less than average' a few years ago are now 'more expensive than average'!) when I check them at the hotel's website.

So could anyone who's been to Prague recently recommend a place not more than US$ 100 a night, preferably includes breakfast and near a Metro station. Thanks!

Re: Hotel recommendation, please

by worldinabag

Hi

Haven't stayed at the Hotel on the Saint John but it meets your criteria and seems to have a bit of character - http://www.hotelsprague.cz/stjohn/john_e.php. There is also a 5% discount for cash. Or an apartment. Eg http://www.hotelcomfort2003.com/ap3en.htm

Re: Hotel recommendation, please

by vasilyec

This summer we stayed at Pension Platan - cheap, very close to the centre and near metro station. The roomsa were OK, but the service was so-so. Here's the link: http://www.platan.cz/price.php

Re: Hotel recommendation, please

by picchio42

Hi

I've just booked at the MovenpickHotel near the Andel Metro station (3 stops from old town). I got a really good deal: 4 nights for 56 Euro per night. The price varied according to how many nights you stayed. Then I checked out Movenpick own website and it was even cheaper. I've had friends stay there who said it was really clean and a great breakfast

hope this is of some help

Re: Hotel recommendation, please

by picchio42

I meant to say that originally I found the hotel on Venere.com at a good price but I checked out www.moevenpick-hotels.com and got the cheaper price of Euro 56 per night

Travel Tips for Prague

Prague Card

by M0B1US

This card is a 3-day admission card to 40 attractions throughout Prague and the outlying areas with an optional 3-day public transport pass which gives you access to the underground, tram and bus system in the city area.

All the prices are very good value for money, though it really depends on how much you think you are going to use the transport system to justify the extra 200 crowns for the transport pass as the individual tickets are so cheap that in the five days I was there I spent only 40 crowns INCLUDING transport to and from the Airport.

The only other problem about the card is that it makes you feel like you have to visit every attraction on it to make maximum use of it, but really you should use it as a way to help you to see the sights you want and save money at the same time...

One great thing about the card was the fact that it was through this that I found out about the Vysehrad Casemates as they weren't mentioned in my guidebooks.

CLICK HERE for a full list of prices and attractions that you can visit using Prague Card and where to buy it.

Oktober fest type food/souvenier market

by monicarc

While we were there, during the week in October, everyday in the main square next to the astrological clock, there were little booths decorate with fall leaves, pumpkins, etc selling sausages, beer, trundel, and souveniers. Not sure if these are there the entire month of october or not. The sausages, beer and trundel were better than eating in a restaurant!

polar and wool-best friends

by elfarran

Bring a back pack to avoid the pickpokets and carry it in front (NOT on your back). it will give you much free hands to take pictures. polar clothes and wool socks, gloves, beret (or cap), a nice coat-whatever to keep you warm if you are from a mediterranean country and it is mid-winter. believe me, you haven't ever seen this much cold in your life. lipstick to protect your lips from cracking and a good hand cream (neutrogena meybe?) lots of batteries and a big memory card (1 GB will be OK for 3 days stay)

Vrysehrad - High Caslte

by jo104

The first Bohemian ruler to bear the name of "king" Premsyl Vratislav II (1061-92) built a Royal Palace here to get away from his younger brother who was lording it in the Hrad.

The vrysehrad is a great place to escape the crowds, also to watch the evening sun set behind the Hrad.

There are serveral approaches to the fortress take tram #3,#7,#16',#17 or #21 & as we did go up the hill winding our way up Vratislavova but you can also walk up from Vysehrad metro station.

We were not able to go to the dungeons (kastematy) as they were closed. Open 9.30am - 5pm & 6pm April - Oct 20kr. In here they keep several of the original statues of charles bridge.

There are several cubist villas below the fortress in the Vrysehrad.

The blackened sandstone church of sv Petr and Pavel rebuilt in 1880 in neo-Gothic style. The twin open-work spires are now the fortresses most familiar landmar. If you are lucky you will be able to view the churches polychromwe interior although opening times are a bit odd. Daily except Tuesday 9am-12 & 1pm - 5pm 10kr

Obedy Pizza was a real find. ...

by richiecdisc

Obedy Pizza was a real find. We came up out of the metro that we took to approach the castle from a different angle and avoid the mad rush of tourists as well and on passing this small pizza place/pub, I noticed a few tap handles I had never seen before. Hanna knew I could never pass up a beer I had never tried and relented on going in for a quick one. The place was great with a friendly bartender and the Demon, a rare departure for Czech beers, being neither a typical Pils or a dark lager, was a spicy amber beer, more resembling a Marzen. We wound up going back another day for an okay and inexpensive pizza and more of the delicious Demon. On Malady Hora Kove, just outside the Metro stop.

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