Hotel Abri

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Jana Masaryka 36, Praha 2, Prague, Bohemia, 120 00, Czech Republic
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Costs 33% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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by leeshegal

hey, am hopefully going to prague in a few weeks for about 10 days or so, does anyone know any good hostels/hotels near the city centre for a decent hotel that is pretty good value for money, say £10 to £20 a night (15 - 30 euros)

also if anyone knows of any kool bars, clubs and restaurants that would be pretty kool as well.

thanks xxx

Re: hotels/hostels

by wanderingmonk

I found this two star hotel:,0,0,1,0,0

14,50 euros single / 13 euros double, a real bargain and the best thing is that it is right in front of a metro station!

I haven't been there yet but I have booked 4 nights for early october

If you happen to go there, please do let me know


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by Danna2000

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Accomodation in Prague

by leostarico

Dear All,

I will be visiting Prague by the end of September and I need information about low/middle price hotels and or guest houses with parking.

I will be arriving Prague by car and I need to know which is the best part in town to stay considering that I will have a car.

Do you know of a certain spot where I can leave the car and use public transportation? What about Nové Mesto?

Thank you so much for your help!!!!!!!


Re: Accomodation in Prague

by gabsblack

Hi Leo,

The Hotel Abri is nice and has a car park at Jana Masaryka 36, Praha 2


Hotel Amadeus (good price). They have a garage. Dalimilova12, Praha 3.

Both have good access to trams.

Enjoy Prague !


Re: Accomodation in Prague

by Katuska2003

Hi Leo, I am from Prague...Nové Mesto is centre of Praha and mostly you have to have special permit to park there. I think good place for you could be DEJVICE, it is Praha-6,there are student´s hostels, one of them on Zikova street. From this place you can use METRO...only 10 minutes to centre. (By walk 20 minutes to Prague castle) Another possibility is Praha-4, CHODOV, there are big student´s hostels too (I had been living there, so if you are looking for luxe accomodation, it is nothing for you :-)) , you would pay for room I think around 300 czech crowns (10-15 euro) and there is really bug parking place too, but it is more far away from can use METRO too and it is aprox. 25 minutes. (I would prefare Dejvice)
METRO is not cheap but it is more better then in London :-)) Ticket for 7 day cost 250 czech crowns. (On you can find information about public transportion)
Wish you nice trip to Praha and if you would want more informations (phone numbers to student´s hostels...) write me :-))


Travel Tips for Prague

Charles Bridge

by Deus_ultima

Take a walk on Karluv Most (Charles Bridge) where you'll find a lot of ex-pat's and artist selling all kinds of art. Also it offers a beatifull view of the Palace on top of the hill.
(Pass by again later at night to see the palace lit up!)

Duck down the alleys for beer

by matt23446

Avoid the tourist bars, just observe where the locals are heading at lunchtime. Check the alleyways, they don`t want to eat lunch with tourists so they don`t advertise with A-board street signs and these are the best. Expect to pay 26 - 32 Kr for 500ml of the good stuff. Gambrinus is about 4% so can be supped all day, Urquell/Budvar etc are around 5% ABV - Tip the staff 10% and enjoy the finest beer in the world!!

Fall weather

by marktynernyc

For the fall you'll need an umbrella, a medium-weight rain friendly jacket, gloves, scarf and hat. Weather changed daily from light rain and chilly to clear skies and mild temps. Be sure to bring a comfortable pair pf walking shoes - the cobblestones really wear your feet out. I dressed casual elegent for dinners - the few times I wore a jacket I had to check it because I got too warm - the restaurant was okay with that. Wish I had brought a tripod - you can buy one there. Prague at night offers great photo opportunities


by Amazonka

You can reach the top of the hill using the funicular railway, and if you pass by the most popular locations like the Hall of Mirrors and look-out tower, you are bound to find a romantic spot here. Following the paths here, you will find all sorts of corners with statues and memorials. One of the most popular is the memorial to St. Valentine, the patron saint of love, but also of travellers, beekeepers, young people and the plague of all things. There is also a memorial to the famous Czech 19th-century poet Karel Hynek Macha.
Along the ridge of Pertin is a Gothic castle "hunger wall" dating back to the times of Charles IV. This divides the park into two parts. Walking through the gate in the wall, we find ourselves in the Kinsky Gardens sloping down in the direction of the Prague quarter of Smichov. Here it is far less frequented and you will find streams and ponds hidden away here. You will also find the wooden Orthodox Church of St. Michael, which was brought to Prague in 1929 from Medvedovce, which was then part of the First Czechoslovak Republic and is now in the Ukraine. The Kinsky Empire-style villa in the lower part of the gardens was used for exhibitions already 100 years ago.

Roller blading mom races through park.

by hundwalder

Roller blading ( in line skating ) has become a popular activity and mode of transportation in Prague. Shown in the photo are residents of Prague roller blading and walking on the large paved loop trail located in Stromovka Park , which is a vast public park in District Holesovice in north Prague. For those wishing to join the locals, inline skates can be rented at Stromovka Park and at other locations throughout the city. This is an excellent way to " get local ".

The little fellow shown in the photo appeared to be a little worried while his skating mother pushed his stroller at a blazing speed. She understandibly looked exhausted and flushed.

Stromovka Park adjoins the beautiful Art Noveau exhibition center and stadium complex. This area is fast easy to get to by Metro and trolley combination. See my earlier tip for details.


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Address: Jana Masaryka 36, Praha 2, Prague, Bohemia, 120 00, Czech Republic