Hotel Rhea

V Uzlabine 19, Praha 10 Malesice, Prague, 10851, Czech Republic
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Advice - cheap sleep in Prague

by jacloregon

I am spending a week in Prague during mid-October. I am looking for a B and B, hostel w/double room, or hotel, that is clean and economical. Prefer something outside of city center, near a metro stop, that has secure parking for my car.

I appreciate your help.


Re: Advice - cheap sleep in Prague

by vesna04

Try Hotel Step-Spojovaci 1141,Vysocany, Prague. It is not in center, has a free parking but check conection to the city !
The next one can be Hotel Fortuna Rhea-V Úžlabině 19, 108 51 Prague or
Motel U krbu Vídeňská 360, Vestec, 252 42 Prague
Good luck

Re: Advice - cheap sleep in Prague

by Gottsie

Hi, Have a look at, they are very nice appartments that are outside the centre but still within easy walking distance.

Also Sir Toby's Hostel is very nice, 20 minutes by tram to the centre but very clean and organized!

Re: Advice - cheap sleep in Prague

by Ondrej

Excellent, new developed family hotel with friedly atmosphere

Re: Advice - cheap sleep in Prague

by RockTadgers

I would concur with that strange looking girl, Gottsie (my partner!), but I'd also add Clown and Bard to the list. Although it is more basic and not as sparkling clean as Sir Toby's, you can still get a double room and the bar is superb for socialising and meeting people. Plus it's in a good area with plenty of cheap pubs and nightlife.

Have a good one,

Rock Tadgers

Where to stay....

by Heavens-Mirror

Ive been looking at going to Prague in April and have managed to find a couple of hotels within the price i want to pay. Please can anyone tell me if any of these hotels are any good....
1. Fortuna Hotel Rhea
2. Pension Sv. Krystof

Does anyone know how close they are to the main attractions in Prague and how far away they are from the airport.
Thankyou in advance,
Stacey xxx

RE: Where to stay....

by worldinabag


Both are in Praha 10. I would be inclined to stay much closer to the city centre. Eg. or


RE: Where to stay....

by Mikebb

Hi Cannot help you with these hotels but last Sept we stayed at a magnificent Hotel/ Pension, Pension U Svateno Jana (Hotel St John) which was a Catholic Rectory next to the Church built in 1903. It has been renovated and operating as a Pension for a couple of years. See my VT page for tip on this hotel with pictures.
good Luck, Mikebb

RE: Where to stay....

by Mikebb

Hi , Also try Pension U Suteru which is close to the River Vltara and run by the same people as St John. Did not go into it but expect it will be good WWW.USUTERU.CZ
good luck, Mikebb

RE: RE: Where to stay....

by jo104

I'm off to Prague this wknd & we have booked Hotel tyl
Have you tried looking at for some great deals

RE: Where to stay....

by RockTadgers

Both these places are miles away from the centre, way down in Prague 10, Vrsovice. It's quite a nice area, but there's not a lot going on, and it's about a 15 min ride back into the centre. It's also the opposite side of the city from the airport, so you can expect to get royally stitched up on a cab fare over there, as using public transport to get there would be a mission if you didn't know your way around.

I'd keep looking, as I'm sure you can find somewhere closer to the centre. You can usually find places that aren't too expensive without staying out on the estates!

Good luck,

Rock Tadgers

Travel Tips for Prague

on one hand it is very...

by naughtyx2

on one hand it is very mysterious, and on the other one it is very clear to all.
the karlstejn castl - a trip into the 14th century - very very beautifull place the most beautifull thing that really left a great memory is the parade... when you walk near the river and look at the other side of it.. you can see the picturesqueness of the city - just like a pazzel

Restaurant Seating

by Si-Leeds

Please be aware that if you eat at a restaurant in Wencelas Square that you will pay more to eat outside than inside as they add a service charge.

If you can eat just outside the square then you will save some money.

Walking shoes

by IrishFem

Small backback for walking around, make sure its safe from pickpockets. Whether you explore Prague by yourself or with a tour guide you need a good pair of walking shoes.. I found it difficult to find headache pills... mind you l should have not drank all that cheap Czech beer... Lots of film or if you have a digital make sure you have at least 64mb.

Daytrip to Karlovy Vary

by Krumlovgirl

Karlovy Vary, situated in the stunning Tepla Valley, is the largest and liveliest spa town in the Czech Republic. Visitors of all ages stroll along the riverside promenade sipping the waters from the twelve curative springs and nibbling on the round spa wafers; there's plenty of good shopping, dining, and people-watching. If you only have a couple of hours, go for a swim (even in the winter!) at the outdoor pool at the hotel Thermal. IF you have longer and wish to try a spa treatment (anything from a massage to an intestinal irrigation), some spas (such as Zamecke Lazne) now cater to walk-in visitors. On the outskirts of town is the Moser glass factory which makes china and crystal for the royal families of Europe. You can also visit the factory that manufactures the renowned local herbal liqueur, Becherovka.
Distance: approx: 80 miles (day trip)

Fascinating Renaissance and Baroque architecture

by hundwalder

Prague is filled with excellent well preserved Renaissance and Baroque architecture. This 500 year old former palace and others like it are located near the banks of the Vltava River, about 600 meters north of the Vysehrad complex.

The " cascading " gold plate style facade covering the front roof gable is classical high Baroque, while most of the exterior is Renaissance. The two identical half timbered rooms on each side of facade base have parabaloid roofs, and resemble ornate medieval guardposts.

The laundry hanging on the guard fence of the central balcony added a nice touch of color to my photo. This particular palace is now an apartment building and therefore, tours of the interior are not available. Feel free to admire the exteriors of these grand old historical buildings.

Better description of location later.


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Address: V Uzlabine 19, Praha 10 Malesice, Prague, 10851, Czech Republic