Abe Hotel Prague

Legerova 22, Prague, Bohemia, 120 00, Czech Republic
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  • Couples75
  • Solo54
  • Business100

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Forum Posts

Smoking in Hotels

by califtraveler

Does anyone have information about smoking policies in Prague Hotel rooms? I'm a smoker planning a trip there next Spring and am looking for a three star or above hotel which will allow me to smoke. Thanks for any help.

Re: Smoking in Hotels

by xymmot

iT IS STILL UP IN THE AIR LIKE GREECE. New anti-smoking laws are being adopted all over the world. Will they be follow is up to the will of the people. In Prague it is harder to find non-smoking establishments than smoking. If checking in a hotel, you can always ask before you book, but most likely they will set aside some non-smoking rooms until a all out ban will be in effect. The older hotels there has windows and balconys to smoke, but as I know, smoking is still accepted as the norm. Have fun cheers, Tommy x

Re: Smoking in Hotels

by packtarl

There is no blanket ban like in the UK but each time I visit there seems to be more places that have enforced a ban. So it will be up to each hotel what they want to do. I suggest you seek out some hotels you fancy and email them about their smoking policy.

Travel Tips for Prague

Meridian Line

by DavyJB

In the Old Town Square between Tyn Church and the Astronomical Clock there is a plaque set into the ground indicating the meridian line which means that Prague is the area in Europe where Central European Time is designated.

Czech Currency

by M0B1US

The Czech Republic's current currency (!) of Crowns and Hellers has been in circulation since 1993 when the Czech and Slovak Republics went their separate ways.

It is an attractive currency whose days may ultimately be numbered as both the Czech and Slovak republics are vying for entry into the European Union - so spend it while you can! ;-)

As an indication of how cheap it is to visit Prague, my visit to Prague cost about 8,000 Crowns including everything while I was in Prague...

Try to use common sense when breaking large notes and remember that change is good to have for public transport tickets etc...

Money and change

by kari5

Wherever possible, always try to give shop staff the correct money or the closest thing possible. On our first day there we popped into the chemist for a few supplies, but only had the massive denomination notes which the bank at home gave us when we changed our money. The girl behind the counter was not impressed by any stretch of the imagination that she had to give us change. I got it physically thrown at me.

Following this incident, I took the strategy of apologising to shopkeepers three times if I didn't have the correct money to give them (which was mostly the case). This is met with a much friendlier response.

Summer Ice Hockey

by muya78

Together with soccer, Czech people loves ice hockey, and Czech players are some of the best players in the world. Hasek, Jagr, Elias, Nedved are only a few names of NHL Czech champions.
While in Prague I had the opportunity to watch a friendly game between HC Sparta Praha and HC Ceskè Budejovice at the T-Mobile arena.
40Ck for 2 tickets (!!!!!!!!!!) and 80 minutes (4 periods instead of 3) of pure fun in a less crowded than usual arena.
For who cares, there's also a nice little hockey shop just in front of the arena, where it's possible to buy local team jerseys, included the HC Sparta's one, of course

Go to Prague Castle and find...

by feio

Go to Prague Castle and find the location of those stairs you can see in the picture. Climb the stairs and stop where Miguel (the guy wearing a white t-shirt) is. Talk, say something, scream, and you'll have a very nice surprise! :-)


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