Well, the hotel is very simple. Rooms are small with old furniture which has seen much in its time. Don't know how about other rooms, but in mine the bed was awful; at first I had a feeling that they forgot to put a mattress. Taking shower is another test as, first, you can slip as there is no even a rubber carpet; and second, you never know which water you will get next moment hot or cold (it seemed to me that water in the hotel lives its own life ;) ).
For the breakfast they serve only cold snacks, if you are lucky you can get hot eggs, but nothing more.
Windows of some rooms look onto the street and rail way, so bare in mind that it can be quite noisy.
The only one advantage I see in the hotel is its location – it's not central, but close enough to get nearest metro stations (Namesti Republiki or Hlavni Nadrazi) in 10-15 minutes on foot (of course if you are not against walks).
All in all, the hotel can be recommended, but not more than two (or maximum three) nights.
Directions: Praha 3 – Zizkov
Bartolomejska 9, StarÃ© Mesto, Prague
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