City Club Hotel Prague

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Sokolska 8, Prague, Bohemia, 120 00, Czech Republic

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Satisfaction Average
Excellent
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Very Good
34%
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Average
31%
43
Poor
17%
23
Terrible
8%
12

Value Score Poor Value

Rated 13% lower than similarly priced 3 star hotels

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    City Club Hotel

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    I stayed in the City Club Hotel in Prague in 2007 and had a very pleasant stay. The hotel is rated 3 stay so it wasn't luxurious but had everything that I needed and was very clean and tidy with friendly English speaking staff. The hotel is located roughly 10/15 minutes walk to Wenceslas Square and is located on an incline so might not be appropriate for travellers who are disabled or can not walk very far, although walking down to Wenceslas Square is no problem.
    Unfortunately I don't have any photographs of the hotel as my visit was before my VT days!

    Unique Quality: The hotel is oposit a pizzaria which was very well priced and around the corner was a small supermarket and there were also some small shops as well as some small adult stores if that is your kind of thing.

    Overall my visit was extremely pleasant and I would stay at the hotel again if I was to return to Prague.

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Travel from Malostranka to Karlovo Namesti

by RollenD

Thanks. It's just that I'm from Dubai and new to this Tram and Metro thing. Please answer another question:

1. Dancing Building is located near Karlovo Namesti. I know that to get to this place I need to get on tram 17. But how do I get to that place by a tram from Malostranska? Tram 17 is directed from south towards north. I don't see any tram that goes from Malostranska to Karlovo Namesti.

Thanks.

Re: Travel from Malostranka to Karlovo Namesti

by r13

You have to take tram No 18 one stop across the river and then change to No 17 there. Then the 3rd stop is "Jiraskovo namesti" which is few meters from the Dancing building.

If you don't mind walking you can walk across the river via Charles bridge, then walk along the river past Nathional theater. Distance= 2 km.

Re: Travel from Malostranka to Karlovo Namesti

by bekerovka

Hy
to Karlovo Namesti from Malostranska, you need to cacth tram #18 or #22 (14 minutes), then you can walk to the Dancing House or catch bus #176 to Palackeho namesti. You could also use the metro but it takes longer time.
Ciao, Marco

Re: Travel from Malostranka to Karlovo Namesti

by RollenD

Thanks Bekerovka and R13. I checked up this website dpp.cz According to it the Trams 18 and 22 both have a connection link between Malostrankska and Karlova Namesti. This means both these trams do connect Malostrankska to Karlova Namesti. But then why do I have to change trams? Were you intending to give the shortest possible link?

Re: Travel from Malostranka to Karlovo Namesti

by r13

If you take No 18, then change to 17 and then go to "Jiraskovo namesti" you will get off the tram in front of the Dancing building. Travel time 12 minutes.

If you take 18 or 22 (going different routes) to "Karlovo namesti" you will get off the tram 450 m from the Dancing building, then have to find the right direction (downhill to the river)and walk.
Travel time 14 min + 6 min walk.

Travel Tips for Prague

Prague on a Budget

by easterntrekker

Don't even think of booking a train ticket in the USA. It'll be alot more expensive and there is no need. Its easy to buy them at the station . Just go a bit early and buy your ticket.
We booked all our hotel tickets online before we left home, no need for an agent. We stayed at the Praha Barcelo and really liked it. Here's a to Hotel net if you'd like to take a look .http://www.hotelclub.net/Hotel.Reservations/Barcelo_Hotel_Prague.htm

Prague Tip

by Minnow

One evening we were eating at the Pilsener Urquell restaurant and beer pub, which is downstairs in this famous building. The dinner was pleasant, and as we were all sitting around the table talking, a man came up with his arms full and overfull with white and red roses. I was with a good guy friend, who immediately bought two red roses, and gave them to me with a hug. It's still one of the sweetest things anyone has done for me, and the fact that it happened in Prague made it all the more memorable......

Photographing Czech People

by easyoar

This is only my own personal experience, but I found photographing Czech People to be quite easy provided you asked politely first!

This girl was near the Castle, and when I asked her if I could take her picture she smiled her agreement. I'm not used to seeing the huge amount of make-up that these Czech Girls wear ;-)

Just in case you haven’t realised, the colours on her face are the Czech flag (Prague is the capital of the Czech Republic).

Packing List

by JonsMum

If you are taking a baby or toddler...the best way to travel is not by a baby stroller but with a baby backpack....most places are not accesible so this is the ONLY BEST WAY!!!! When travelling in July, it can rain unpredictably and can get rather chilly, be prepared with a windbreaker or a good raincoat although they sell umbrellas and raincoats all over the place at very reasonable prices....Kenvelo is a deparmental store chain and i got a raincoat from there just under 12USD. You can get most stuff there...try out TESCOS!! NO problem

Ungelt

by sandysmith

A little alley at the side of Tyn Church, past the street sellars, leads to the Ungelt courtyard. (Ty'n 2. Prague 1) There is a great coffee house here - Ebel's serving freshly brewed coffee - a great place to pause for a break off for the city sights and regather your energies. A good Jazz club is in this area too.

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Address: Sokolska 8, Prague, Bohemia, 120 00, Czech Republic