Trying to find a last minute triple room in Prague over the Easter weekend was not particularly easy, so our choice was made for us with the Hotel U Hvezdy. Granted the hotel is not particularly central, although the 25 tram and 57 night tram stopped within 100 metres of the hotel, which made it easy to reach by public transport. It is also quite close to the airport, which might make it a viable choice for somewhere to stay if you have an early morning flight to catch.
The fittings are sturdy but simple - the beds were very hard, but I managed to sleep well enough. The room was clean, and the breakfast buffet was more than adequate. The staff speak German and English as well as Czech. We paid EUR 70 for the room per night which was pretty reasonable. The bathroom was simply fitted but the shower had a good powerful flow of water and was plenty hot enough - very good after a rainy day in town.
You might need earplugs if you are a light sleeper as it is close to the Belohorska main road - which has a lot of traffic on it.
Directions: To the west of the centre, out towards Ruzyne airport. (Maly Brevnov stop on the 25 tram - 1 stop from the end of the line - Bila Hora)
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Address: Belohorska 259, Prague, Bohemia, 169 00, Czech Republic