Casa Marcello

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Rasnovska 783, Praha 1, Prague, Bohemia, 110 00, Czech Republic
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Accomodation Tips

by anglosaxon


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The following travelogue gives recommendations for four areas of accomodation based on two people sharing a double room in High Season. Prices will be lower for single occupancy and Off Season.

a) Basic - Pension or Hotel up to 2000kc per night.
b) Comfort - Hotel 2000kc-4000kc per night.
c) Luxury - Hotel 4000kc+
d) Apartments within 5 min walk of the Old Town.

If you are looking to stay longer i.e. a month or more, look at Happy House Rentals. for a huge selection of rooms, flats and houses etc.

Enjoy your stay.


"a) Basic"

Pensions/Hotels 2000kc or less, very central locations.

Hostel Imperial Great location on the far side of Namesti Republiky. Recently refurbished and at U$33 for a double, it's good value. Shared bathroom facilities.

Travellers Hostel. Great location, clean and secure.

Unitas. Shared bathroom facilities.

Jan Hus House. A Christian Pension.

"b) Comfort"

Hotels between 2000kc and 4000kc 10-15 min walk from Old Town accessible by metro.

Hotel Standard. A Large Pension building located on the river front between Charles Bridge and the "Dancing House". Great location for the river facing rooms.

Hotel Anna. (Vinohrady) Clean and smart place, friendly/family touches. Same area as the Hotel City.

Hotel City. (Vinohrady) large rooms, very good value as it charges just for the room but, if you want extras like a phone, fridge etc they have an extra charge.

Hotel Salvator. (Namesti Republiky) This one is my favourite. Tucked away in a little side street opposite Kotva. On the night tram lines, 1 min from Metro, 5 mins walk to Old Town, large rooms, has connecting rooms for family stay. In-House Argentinian restaurant. The "Sport bar" is where people make bets and watch races, not to play.

"c) Luxury"

Hotels more than 4000kc rising to 8000kc. Very central locations.

U Pava and U Krale. Mainly recommended for U Pava (next to Charles Bridge) but also for U Krale Karla (at the top of the hill on Nerudova around the corner from the Savoy).

Domus Henrici. Recently refurbished, at the top of the hill (Nerudova) heading up to the castle.

Casa Marcello. The most expensive and maybe the most luxurious, most quiet location of the three.

"d) Apartments"

Varying standards of apartments very centrally located.

Alabastr. @1000kc, More like a room with a kitchen.

Davids Flats. @2000kc (Stepanska only).

Metamorphis. @5000kc, 200 metres from the Old Town Square, entry from small square (Tynsky Dvur).

Ungelt. @6000kc, 200 metres from the Old Town Square, entry from side street.

The first two are good value for people wanting to spend time here and have a kitchen.

The last two are absolute diamonds for value for two people sharing. Ideal for a weekend or a week. Perfectly located within 50 metres of each other. Lots of space and well above average room decor.


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Forum Posts

Prague Hostel

by karen89

Hi everyone,
I'm planning a trip to Prague, could you recommend any place to stay? I found Dizzy Daisy Hostel near the train station on which my train arrives, do you know anything about them? On pics look nice...

Re: Prague Hostel

by leics

I can only recommend hotels in Prague, I'm afraid, and it looks like you want a hostel?

There are 100+ reviews of the Dizzy Daisy here:

and a fair number here too: and are the two sites I usually recommend.

Re: Prague Hostel

by hundwalder

That depends on what time of the year your are visiting. If it is during July/August, I would recommend staying in the university dormatories which accomodate hostellers during the summer break. You may also just want to visit the free "tourist information service" at the train station. They will be glad to arrange some nice budget accomodations for you. Another option is to search "private accomodations" convenient to Prague's excellent and inexpensive public transportation network.

Re: Prague Hostel

by Bluesteel007

Hi, I'm not sure if its already too late. But try maybe:

This site was pretty helpful for me.

Have a save trip...

Re: Prague Hostel

by barbloga

Hey. how about trying this one, it's gorgeous!


Travel Tips for Prague

More on the Charles Bridge

by mrclay2000

Not all the statuary on the bridge is devoted to religious subjects (there are three Madonnas thereon and many saints). Some are even comical, some gruesome, and others historic. See for yourself when you marvel at every statue. The bridge would be an enchanting place just because of its age, location, styling and its wonderful medieval anchors at either end, but while upon the bridge itself, the statues form the most charming escort.


by emoja

everyone says "Prosim," all...the....time. they pick up their cell phones and say, "prosim?" they give you your change back and say, "prosim!"

so what does prosim mean? according to my guidebook, it means please. but it seems like they use it for hello and thank you and all sorts of other stuff. i don't really know for sure, but it's a really big word - big like aloha or coca cola or something.

if you'd like to say it too, it sounds like pro-seem. roll the 'r'.

In line skating in Prague

by XBlanka

If you like in-line skating you should try Letna park or Stromovka park. Letna is my favourite. You can take your own roller skates or you can borrow them in a "Skate hire".

Miami sport - Letenske sady
Kostelni 44 (next to the Technical museum)

Open: Mon-Fri 12:00 - 21:00, Sat - Sun 11:00 - 24:00
Inline saktes - 70 CZK/1 hour
Scooter - 50 CZK/ 1 hour
Pads - 20 CZK/1 hour

Troja Castle

by vesna04

Built in 17th century, this Baroque castle was owned by various people one of them was even Maria Theresa. The Castle is surrounded by lovely French Gardens. One of the main features are the garden stircases, decorated with sculptures made by Dresden sculptors J. J. and P. Herrmann. Inside the Castle the beautiful painting collection can be seen as well as the stuning interior decoration.
The wine celler with it's shop can also be visited. In that part of the castle pictures are allowed.
( I took one in front of the paintings before I was told that it is forbidden)


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