David's Guest House

Krizikova 9, Biskupsky Dvur 3, Prague, Czech Republic

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    Comfortable apartment

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    David's is an apartment hotel near the Hilton, quite close to Flora metor station.

    Unique Quality: The room was fine, bathrrom very small, kitchenette in the room, even a small balcony. Price is reasonable (was under $70 in peak season) - makes this a good choice for Prague.

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Cheap accomodation in Prague

by rafscab

Hi,
I will be in Prague with my wife in mid May for 2 days and we are looking for accomodation in a hostel, bufget hotel or apartment.
Our budget is about USD 50-60 for a double private room. We are travelling by car, so nearby parking available is a must.
I have already checked hostelworld.com and there are many options, but I'm having trouble with the parking issue because most of them are centraly located.
In a previous forum question someone suggested Elf hostel and sounds good.
Any other advice?
Thanks a lot.

Rafa

Re: Cheap accomodation in Prague

by gildapaolina

Parking in city centre is usally very expensive so, if you're travelling by car, I would suggest nice hotel Bridge in Praha 9, which has a free parking in loco:
http://www.hotelbridge.cz/?l=en&s=ohotelu
You can leave your car and move to Prague with the efficient and cheap public transport.

Many offers for this hotel and others on www.booking.com.
Hope it could help you, enjoy Prague!

Gil

Re: Cheap accomodation in Prague

by easterntrekker

Hi
We stayed at Praha Barcelo . It was really good and its actually a 5 minute walk to the metro so if you want to leave your car at the hotel and catch the public transit its easy . I think there is parking . It was $70.00 per night in June . Maybe less in March. Huge breakfast included.

Re: Cheap accomodation in Prague

by mendip6

For a different experience, stay with husband and wife in their apartment in Prague 4. I have been staying there on and off for 15 years. Double room, breakfast, share bathroom. Nothing too much trouble for them, lots of tea and cakes and advice. Easy access to the centre by public transport. If you are interested I can let you have e-mail address

Re: Cheap accomodation in Prague

by sheila.fletcher

Hi,
we stayed at Pension 15 at Zizkov and it has its own parking in the backyard,10$ per day. Double room was nearly 40$. Clean and cheap, very close to the center. Enjoy your time in Prague!

Re: Cheap accomodation in Prague

by LarsyL

Hallo, me and my friends stayed at Hostel U Melounu.. It was close to I.P.Pavlova, which is in the centre.. Close to the Wenzels square.. There is a lots of restaurants, shops.. Also the historical centre is very close.. I think, this was the best idea.. Also people there, very nice and very good prices.. Try this one:) Have fun i Prague:)

Travel Tips for Prague

see the castle that once...

by Wilson

see the castle that once served as the home to Franz Joseph during the Austrian-Hungarian rule. Truly a remarkable structure. sitting with a group of friends drinking Czech beer at a cafe in the center ring of Praha after attending a local version of Vivaldi's 'Four Seasons.'

Happy New Year!!!!!

by kris-t

You are walking through the cobbled streets of Prague, crossing the beautiful Old Town Square, bundled up warm against the cold winter's night. You've made a few pub stops on the way, and the hot wine from the outside stall is keeping you warm inside.It's New Year's Eve, you're checked into a nice hotel, you've got your party gear on & you are feeling good.Suddenly, all hell breaks loose!
Loud explosions fill the air from all sides, flashes of light illuminate the sky and champagne corks fly. The air is awash with different languages - Czech, Italian, German, French, English and so many more. It's not a matter of walking here, it becomes one of sliding bit by bit between so many jolly people until you've finally found an open pocket of space to breathe & congratulate yourself on not catching fire.Yep, this is the spot, New Year's Eve in Prague; watch out for the ricochets and keep your flammable clothing at home! Forget house parties ...
For reasons known only to themselves, Czechs LOVE setting off fireworks, the size of which may just blow your hearing for a good time to come. In the Old Town Square they might also possibly catch your clothes, hair, eyelashes, and much more aflame - inexplicably, most fireworks are aimed straight into the crowds!Wherever you are - the Old Town Square, Charles Bridge, Petrin Hill, Prague Castle, on a dinner cruise, in a restaurant by the river or in a nightclub - Prague is a terrific city for New Year's Eve. Have you ever meet a New Year in prague?! - you should do that!!!

it's really easy to feel rich...

by utttz

it's really easy to feel rich in prague.... life costs less than in the rest of europe, in the states or in australia. You can see a lot of people pretending they're the sultan of brunei... not a nice view!

Figures - Golden Gate, St Vitus Cathedral

by extrajoce

Most people visiting Prague go to the Prague castle, inside which St Vitus cathedral is often visited. However, I haven't seen many people notice the beautiful Golden Gate on the south side, and the fine and elaborate figures on the iron gate in front of it. Make sure you have a look at the different representations of zodiac signs and crafts.

David Cerny's "Horse" (I&V)

by Zvrlj

Works of Chech artist David Cerny, who received his education in Czech Republic and in USA, could be seen all over Prague. Among the most interesting are "Babies" on TV tower Zizkov, "Hanging Out" on the building in Husova Street, "Pi*s" at Kampa island, "Horse"…

"Horse", representing St Vaclav, riding horse in the very strange way, was created in 1999, and, after several ideas of its location, it was finally set in passage way of the Lucerna Palace in Vodickova Street, just a few meters from Vaclavske namesti.

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