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Nice hotel at Nove Mesto
Quite new hotel at Myslikova street near Karlovo namesti. Me and my wife was here during our honeymoon, and liked a lot. Our room was very clean with great vievs over rooftops.
Maybe not a cheapest hotel in Praha but very nice and location is good too. There is good restaurants near this hotel, like U Bubenicku, traditional czech restaurant with great atmosphere, U Fleku brewery, bar/nightclub Solidni Nejistota and many others. Vltava rivercruise docks are only few blocks from here. Grrreat breakfast!!
This is a lovely hotel in a very central location. Only 5-10 minute walk to main shopping area. Excellent staff, very helpful. Bar is quite expensive however and a bit dead but theres loads of pubs nearby. The room was lovely and very clean. Its cleaned every day etc. I ventured down to breakfast one morning, they had a lovely lay out of your typical continental breakfast and a great selection of breads etc. It had everything I expected. Definately recommend this hotel!
A great Hotel!
We stayed at the Caesar Palace for four nights in November. What a lovely hotel! The hotel was spotless from the rooms to the reception area and the restaurant and the staff were very helpful. Our room was on the 4th floor, a very good size with a very clean bathroom and it was cleaned every day. Breakfast was good with a choice of cereals, breads and cakes and also a selection of hot food, usually sausages, eggs and beans, also meats, cheeses and fruit. The hotel is in a great location about 10 minutes walk from the Charles Bridge and all of the other major sites are within walking distance. There is a fantastic pub in the same street about 2 minutes walk away, they serve the best Czech food and lovely dark beer and its very cheap too as its mostly locals who go in there and not tourists. We had no problem getting to and from the Airport, we got an AAA taxi from the airport which took half an hour and cost about £18 for 4 of us and the hotel arranged the taxi back which was slightly more but only about £20. We had a fantastic time in Prague, what an amazing city! Wonderful sites to see and things to do and some of the best food you will ever eat! We will be going back soon and will definitely stay at the Caesar Palace.
A Very Good Choice
I chose this hotel based on a recommendation by friends who had already visited and after looking at reviews on the net and I have to say it was a good choice. We had a very nice, large room on 3rd floor with windows overlooking the street. It was furnished in traditional dark wood with a small table and chairs near the window. The bathroom was lovely and a good size. The room was very clean and was serviced daily. The breakfast was more than adequate with a selection of hot foods (sausage, egg, mixed veg[!]) as well as breads, meats, cheeses, yoghurts and fresh fruit. Reception was friendly and helpful. The hotel is only about 10 minutes walk from the National Theatre (where we saw Swan Lake - magical) and about 15 minutes from the Charles Bridge and the Old Square. We walked everywhere except when we went to the Castle and Cathedral when we took a tram. Prague is very compact and easily walkable (or stroll-able after a couple of days when you get a bit footsore!) There are dozens of tours available in the city, most of which leave from the old Square. You can do tours on foot, in vintage cars, horse and carriage, boat, tram or combinations of them all. Shopping is a pleasant experience with garnets/amber, glass and local crafts being the main goods. All our eating experiences were good from traditional local fare in Golum restaurant (garlic soup is gorgeous) to more expensive but equally delicious food in other restaurants. We particularly liked the Lemon Leaf, which is just across the road from the hotel and we would highly recommend it, though it may be wise to book at weekends or popular holiday times. While in Prague, I also recommend you take advantage of one of the many, many tea-time concerts that take place in a number of the churches. They work out at about £10-£15 (and it is possible to "haggle" a little bit over the ticket price) but the one we saw was excellent (Vivaldi etc in a lovely Baroque church) and my friends who have been to others said they were very good, too. All in all the Caesar Palace is a good choice for a visit to Prague and I would recommend it.
Good location and great value
In Prague for a stag weekend and I'm not sure if the large number of us (15) resulted in the low cost. Anyway, was great value for a hotel of this quality.
Roughly a 10 minute walk to the Old Town Square but in a quiet area (for noise) but close to some good local bars including one across the road that does hearty Czech meals at low prices. The hotel also has a nice bar. Room was excellent.
The Comfortable Caesar Palace
Having arrived at the Caesar palace at 10 am (some 4 hours before official check in time) we were immediately given access to the room which was very clean and comfortable with a king size bed and plenty of bed and bathroom linen. The staff were very polite, helpful and efficient.
There was a well stocked mini bar which was reasonably priced. A can of beer or 250cl bottle of wine was about £1.50, and Sparkling about £3.50 for a 250cl bottle. There is a well appointed hotel bar too, although we didn't use it.
Breakfast was served in the restaurant with a good choice of hot and cold food.
The Old Town area is about 15 minutes walk away, through well lit streets
We would certainly use this hotel again.
Mr & Mrs D. Kent England
Great Hotel Ideal Location
Had a great stay at this lovely hotel. Very clean ,room very good large room first class bath room. Staff very helpfull.
Great breakfast so much choice.
Minuets from the river no complaints at all.
Wonderfull city so much to see and you can walk everywhere.
I´ve been on this hotel for 3 nights (28/04 to 01/05) and only have good things to say. Good location, everything in Prague is nearby quiet area (good sleep), in a street with supermarket, restaurants and bars. The hotel has a nice decoration and the rooms are very clean and spacious.
A good, clean friendly hotel located on a relatively central but quiet sidestreet. Staff aren't the most effecient but they were friendly enough and got the job done. No complaints whatsoever andwould definitely recommend to others and return myself.
Good quality hotel and experience
Myself and gf visited Prague for the first time and were booked to stay in Praga 1 hotel. This was presently being refurbished and so we were moved to this hotel. The hotel is in a good situation with it being 5-10 minute walk to most attractions and it not being too noisey. The only noise being the lift shaft and trams which were hardly noticeable. (we stayed in room 401) The rooms are very clean but the mini bar is quite basic (see other reviews) There are no tea or coffee making facilites and the TV only shows two english broadcasts Eurosport and CNN like most European hotels! the breakfast is very good with a good selection of hot and cold food served between 07.00 - 10.00. Beware though that the airport transfer from the hotel is very expensive at 750K. There are some very cheap bars in the surrounding area of the hotel with Charlie Winkels being extremley cheap and freindly.
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