Holiday Inn Prague Airport

K Letisti 1074/32, Prague, 161 00, Czech Republic

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  • Worst hotel experience of my life

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    When we arrived at our room the toilet had the paper strip saying "sanitized" across it, I lifted the lid to use it and saw dried urine and pubic hair across the seat.

    We attempted to eat a meal at the reaturant but were unable to finish it, my salad had sand as did my husband's pesto dish!

    The breakfast, which was nearly identical to all the "included" breakfasts that we had throughout Poland and the Czech Republic, was $45.00!

    Finally, when I spoke with the manager, he assured me that we woukd receive some kind of discount...never did, the full price came right off my credit card.

    I have never experienced a stay where there is such poor quality guest care across several different departments.

    Do yourself a favor, stay at the Marriott. I personally will never stay at a Holiday Inn again.

    Directions: Very close to airport

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Forum Posts

Krizik's Fountain and Transportation

by RollenD

Hi.

1. Got a question about this Krizik's fountain. Is it mandatory to make a prior booking to attend this classical fountain music show? Or can we just visit it as a Walk-In?

2. Do u guys know of any good website where I can view videos on how to use the Public Transportation system in Prague. Got a couple from youtube but I'm looking for few more.

Thanks.

Re: Krizik's Fountain and Transportation

by r13

1. No, you just come and buy tickets at the box office, no need to make any reservations. Seats are not allocated.

2. You are not going to Mars. :-) Here buses and trams are same as anywhere in the world - you will find the door alright.

Buy the ticket at the booth in the airport, newspapers stand or from coin operated machines on the street or metro stations. Then validate it in the yellow box inside bus/tram or at entrance to metro. That is all.

Travel Tips for Prague

The biggest castle complex

by Veroali

To describe Prague castle needs a lot of time. It is a symbol of Prague and also the Czech republic. All czech history relates with Prague castle. Since 9th century it has been always the seat of czech kings and presidents.

History - First reports about castle come from 9. century. But the biggest expansion had reached in 14. century, during the government of king Charles IV. He had the idea to build St. Vitus Cathedral and he begun in 1344. King Vladislav Jagelonsky built the Vladislav hall, beautiful hall for audiences and meetings. Today's look it has thanks to emperor Rudolf II. and Maria Theresia.

What to visit - Prague castle is very large complex, one of the biggest in the world. The main monument is St. Vitus Cathedral, the main building of President's office, then a lot of coutyards, churches, towers, riding schools and gardens (Royal garden, South gardens, Paradise gardens,...). Lovely is also Golden lane with the architecture around, small old houses with tower Daliborka, served as a prison in the past.
Guard changing is every hour, but at 12 am with music at the main gate.
Time to time when an anniversary is possible to see Royal jewels. Inside of castle is worth to see Spanish hall, Vladislav hall, but it is also open twice a year or so when an anniversary, first Saturday after 8.5. and 28.10.

When to visit - Prague castle is fantastic in winter or summer.
Prague castle - 9 sm to 6 pm
Gardens open April to October - 10 am to 20 pm.
Pictures hall - every Monday 4 pm to 6 pm.

A panoramic view of the Prague...

by zeelie

A panoramic view of the Prague city greeted me after a long tiring climb to the top of St. Vitus Cathedral at the Palace. The view was truly breathtaking and I couldn't help snapping some pictures of the city.

No 'thank you' required when ordering

by Eugenetheduck

After ordering a meal at a restaurant Czechs do not say thank you to the waiter. They think it quite funny that foreigners do...my Czech teacher thinks it's hillarious.

It is hard not to say thank you...I consciously have to stop myself...have a go!

If you want the attention of a waiter you say ....'prosim vas!' (pro-seem vaas)

If you want the bill ...... 'ucet prosim!' (oo-chet pro-seem)

Packing List

by Minnow

This is a must for general travel, but absolutely do not leave without a waterproof coat or jacket of some kind! Prague has great summer weather much of the time, but, much like my home in Seattle, it can catch you completely by surprise with a downpour.

Early Morning Prague Walks

by tafurojo

Wake up early and treat yourself to an early morning walk anywhere in Prague. After you stroll across the Charles Bridge make your way up through Lesser Town and over the Prague Castle into the residential areas below. When at the top make sure to take plenty of photos. The morning haze was amazing. Prague is a beautiful city when you can experience it virtually alone.

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