Hotel U Pava Prague

U Luzickeho Seminare 32, Praha 1, Mala Strana, Prague, Bohemia, 118 00, Czech Republic
(4 star hotel)
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Excellent (4.5 out of 5.0) 6 reviews
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Romance in beautiful Prague!!

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on March 15, 2005

For my girlfriends birthday I decided to take her to Prague. The easy bit was buying the plane tickets, the hard part was deciding where to stay whith suchh a wide choice of hotels. After doing a bit of research we decided on the U Pava in Mala Strana and what a good choice it was!!!

This is the best hotel that I have stayed in. Everything was pefeect. The room was amazing, the ceiling was so impressive, never seen anything like that before. The decor was stunning and created a really romantic feel.

Location wise I don't think it could have been any better. Despite being close to Charles Bridge the hotel was in a quiet street. All the major tourist sites are in walking distance, we never caught public transport while we were there.

The hotel staff were always pleasant and helpful, they even arranged for flowers to be delivered on my girlfriends birthday!!! The resteraunt is superb, again the decor is superb and the food was amazing!!

We had a great time in Prague, it's such an amazing place and thanks to everyone at the U Pava for such a memorable trip!!

Dekuji U Pava.

Unique Quality: Wonderful decor & service.

Directions: Mala Strana near Charles Bridge.

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Picking a hotel at the Train station

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on October 26, 2003

As soon as we got off the train in Prague, we were bombarded by locals trying to sell us their place to stay. We used one, but only because they had a book of testimonials from other patrons. Plus, they had a map and photos to show. For them to go through all that effort, we thought they were legit.... plus they gave us a free ride to the house.... and it ended up being just off the Charles Bridge. Wow, we lucked out!

That said, go ahead and trust the room-selling people who bug you at the train station at your own risk... but look for a book of testimonials, photos or map. Also, feel free to negotiate the price they're asking for... heck, negotiate everything in Prague.

Keep in mind that was in 1998. I just booked a return for my wife and I and found it has become exponentially more expensive to stay in Prague -- even the hostels. We're going to be staying at the U Pava hotel, which looks like it has a great location. I'll let you know what I find when I return.

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U Pava

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on September 25, 2003

Situated at one of the best spots in town, the U Pava (At the Peacock) is a hotel that takes away your worries of how to get home after a day of hard ‘touristing’…. In the Lesser Town, some 200 meters from the Charles Bridge, this accommodation offers you cosy, nicely decorated rooms. The hotel is separated in two parts: one can be reached by elevator, the other by stairs and has only 11 rooms. No traffic noises, very good service, kind personnel and free parking if reserved in advance. The interior of the hotel is taking you back a little to luxurious times with all the carpets, leaded windows and warm colors.
Excellent spot to start your wanderings.

Directions: Lesser Town, north of the Charles Bridge

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Across the River on Kampa Island

by written on September 12, 2002

I stayed across the river on Kampa Island at Hotel U Pava ( At the Peacock) which was right next to the famous Charles bridge - just a few steps from a romantic corner of old Prague.

The hotel succeeded in saving the historical character of the building when it was renovated in 1991. There couldn't have been more than 10 rooms. The only problem I had was a little noise from the wooden floors, both people walking up them late at night and the people in the room above - god knows what they were doing very late at night - sleepwalking? :-)

Unique Quality: Restaurant,Cafe, Bar, Laundry service, Business services, Baby sitting service, Car service, Free car park, Theatre, Opera, Sightseeing tours tickets available, Individual tours. Breakfast included.

Very small lovely old building with timber floors and dark nutwood furniture. The ceilings were decorated with crystal chandeliers and the walls were lined with fine works of art.

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Hotel U Pava

by written on September 8, 2002

The room rates vary from 4,300 CZk (single room) to 7,900 CZK (for a suite). The room rates also seem to change from winter to summer, so, check their website, send them an email or give them a call for room rates.

Unique Quality: The location is central to everything and that is key in city as you will walk a lot. But that is not the only reason to stay here... Completely renovated in 1991, the Hotel U Pava underwent an expansion in 2000 adding 16 rooms as well as upgrading some of the common areas. With only 27 rooms, you will feel like you're the only one staying there. Also, the common areas and rooms are decorated with dark wood trim, saturated colored paint on the walls/ceiling, stained glass windows and incredible stone fireplaces. Each room also has its own private bathroom and toilet. The photo is of the hallways leading to the rooms, check out the stained glass ceiling...

Directions: Located about two minutes walk from the Charles Bridge and Kampa Island .

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U PAVA HOTEL

U luzickho...

by written on August 25, 2002

U PAVA HOTEL

U luzickho seminare, 32 (in Malastrana). This small (narrow, I would say) hotel was completely renovated in 1991. They have tried to imitate the 'old style' (dark woods, old glass...) but when I was there (1998) it still smell 'brand new'. Located in a very quiet and charming street, not far from Karluv Most. Good 'romantic' restaurant at the ground floor.

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Address: U Luzickeho Seminare 32, Praha 1, Mala Strana, Prague, Bohemia, 118 00, Czech Republic

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