Design Merrion Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Jeseniova 49, Prague, Bohemia, 13000, Czech Republic
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
50%
9
Very Good
33%
6
Average
11%
2
Poor
5%
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Terrible
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 32% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Families100
  • Couples80
  • Solo100
  • Business66

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Visiting Prague next July 2010

by Sharon_lks

Dear all,

We'll be visiting Prague in Juy 2010 for 4 days!(my old mom & 3 daugthers, all adults). Can you guys give me some places to have a good diner near the city centre? I do not mean the tourist places, but nice local food.... places where you as a local would visit also. Can you also sussgest what to order?
Can you also tell me some more about the wheater in July?
Thx in advanvce for you replies!

Regards,

Sharon

Re: Visiting Prague next July 2010

by tango_jd

I have a tip on my Prague Travel page - check out everyone's Prague tips in here because you will get hundreds of different recommendations - about a place we found which was excellent.
Mine - "Meloun" - was near the centre, but was in a basement down some steps which led one way to a sort of music bar/club and the other way to a quiet, cosy restaurant which served lovely food and good beer.
The Time Out review doesn't fit your criteria at all but we found the restaurant to be really nice.
The food was smashing.

Re: Visiting Prague next July 2010

by von.otter

We ate at all these restaurants when visited in 2001 for Christmas. We enjoyed each meal. Give them a try.

The Seven Angels Restaurant, http://www.7angels.cz/

and

At the Knights of Malta Restaurant http://www.umaltezskychrytiru.com/?mod=articles

and

La Perle de Prague at the top of Frank Gehry's "Fred & Ginger" Building by the river

and

Gourmet Club Restaurant in the Hotel Palace http://www.palacehotel.cz/en/restaurant-bar/

and

The French Restaurant in the Community House
http://www.virtualtravel.cz/community-house/french-restaurant.html

Re: Visiting Prague next July 2010

by Dabs

We were in Prague in 2008 so you might want to see if there are more current reviews of the places I'll recommend, none of them were tourist places.

The one that I really liked was Posezeni-U-ciriny, a Slovak restaurant, I had crepes with chicken smothered in a sour cream paprika sauce

http://www.inyourpocket.com/czech-republic/prague/restaurants/slovakot/Posezeni-U-ciriny_1902v

Hloupý Honza was another one we enjoyed, we had pork knee here, much better than it sounds.

http://www.hloupyhonza.cz/

Baracnicka rychta was the 3rd place we enjoyed for classic Czech dishes

http://rychta.webz.cz/html/flash.html

You can see my reviews here
http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/411f2/61c47/2/

Re: Visiting Prague next July 2010

by nicolaitan

the unfortunately named lary fary on dlouha street is on my page under restaurants. we have since sent two other couples there, both also very pleased.

Re: Visiting Prague next July 2010

by Maurizioago

My favourite restaurant in Prague was Archa. It's located near the Betlehem church; in the city center. Have a look at my page for the right address and direction or google a bit. I hope that place still exists!

Travel Tips for Prague

Entrance fees

by OlafS

Prague can be a cheap city to spend your time in, but it can also be an expensive one. It all depends on what you do. You will find that you will be charged an entrance fee for many sights. Small amounts of money in most cases, nothing to worry about, but with so many things to do and see it can really add to the costs.

At first I thought Prague was taking advantage of tourists. Many touristic places do. Go to Amsterdam for some real rip-offs. Then a local VT-member explained the reasons to me. Like everywhere all these monuments need maintenance and the government only pays a small part of the costs. So there have to be other sources. Paying these small entrance fees helps preserving the beauty of Prague. And it pays off; it's not so long ago that a flood damaged many buildings in Prague, but you will have to look hard for traces!

Enjoy Your Views from Above

by mrclay2000

Those who visit Prague will likely turn away enchanted with its storybook medievalism and its Baroque and modern art-deco facades. The Old Town Square is a must on the hit list, but the views above the square are equally if not more enchanting than those obtained from the street below.

Phrases and some helpful information...

by Saldi

Pøíští zastávka: Námìstí Republiky
Next stop: Námìstí Republiky

Máte pøání?
May I help you?

Dám si jedno pivo prosím.
I'll have a beer please

In other way, the official currency of the Czech Republic is the Czech Crown ("koruna"), abbreviated as "".
1 crown consists of 100 hellers ("haler"), abbreviated as "hal.".

Coins: 10 hal., 20 hal., 50 hal., 1 Kc, 2 Kc, 5 Kc, 10 Kc, 20 Kc
Banknotes: 20 Kc, 50 Kc, 100 Kc, 200 Kc, 500 Kc, 1000 Kc, 2000 Kc, 5000 Kc

The Czech Republic is not part of the European Union yet, so the Euro (and also US dollars) is not in use here. Some shops, restaurants and hotels accept payments in Euro but with an inconvenient exchange rate so I suggest to change your Euros in the bank and pay for everything in Czech Crowns.

There is a cultural tradition in Prague: There is a plaque on the Charles Bridge with a picture of a man being thrown off the bridge. What is their story and why (if you noticed before) the people touch the plaque?
The statue represents Saint John of Nepomuk. He was the court priest of Wenceslas IV and was killed on the request of the king. Touching the statue is one of Prague's rituals and it is supposed to bring good luck and ensure that you will return to Prague soon. If you walk a few steps towards the Old Town from there, you can find a cross with five stars on the left parapet of the bridge. This is the exact point where the priest was thrown in the water and the legend says that stars appeared when he touched the water. Here you are supposed to touch the cross and the stars with your left hand and a wish you think of is supposed to come true.
Well, I have to say that I touched the plaque...so I'm waiting to visit Prague again....!

Day trip to Karloy Vary

by lina112

Is a great place for a day trip. We booked our trip with martintours. The trip cost 1.500 crowns and included return trip by bus, lunch, guided visit to factory Moser, town center and bath in a pool´s spa. Further infomation on my Karlovy Vary page soom.

Es un lugar fantastico para ir una excursión de 1 día. El viaje lo reservamos con martintours. El viaje cuesta 1.500 coronas e incluye viaje ida y vuelta en autobus, visita guiada a la fabrica Moser, al centro de la ciudad, almuerzo y baño en una piscina de un spa. Mas información en mi pagina de Karlovy Vary muy pronto.

The Convent opposite the...

by mmcguire

The Convent opposite the Castle has beautiful rose gardens and in the forest a miniture Eiffel tower which you can climb and see out onto the city of prague. Also in the convent grounds there are statues and paintings of the twelve stations of the cross

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