Louis Leger

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Via Legerova 9, Praha 2, Prague, Bohemia, 120 00, Czech Republic

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77%

Satisfaction Average
Excellent
34%
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Very Good
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Average
16%
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Poor
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Terrible
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6

Value Score Poor Value

Rated 16% lower than similarly priced 4 star hotels

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  • Families45
  • Couples52
  • Solo50
  • Business62
  • Horrible!

    by

    This is not a 4 star hotel. There is no airco, the room was very hot and the beds are very hard.
    On our arrivle our room wasn't availble, so we stayed with 6 adults and a one year old child in a six personsroom. The staff didn't care! The staff was very rude! Our fridge was broken they didn't do anything to fix it.
    I wouldn't reccomend this hotel to anyone, it was terrible.

    Unique Quality: There was nothing in the hotel besides free wifi. It's 20 to 25 minutes walking to the centre.

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Forum Posts

Travelling from airport to Wencesles Square

by stefanfarr

Dear all,

will be arriving in Prague tomorrow morning and i was wondering what would be the cheapest way to travel from the airport to my hotel in Wencesles Square. Can i get the metro from the airport? Is there a bus from the airport to the first metro station?

I'm not sure whether a taxi would be too expensive?

Thanks for for your help.

Regards
Stefan

Re: Travelling from airport to Wencesles Square

by tango_jd

Take a look here - http://www.myczechrepublic.com/prague/prague-airport-bus.html

However, we chose to use a private car service like http://www.prague-airport-transfers.co.uk - or http://www.prague-airport-transfer.net

Although these look expensive compared to Metro/Bus transport, we reckoned on getting an extra half-day in Prague by using the service. Also, they wait if your plane is late and drop you right at the hotel door.
Have a great trip.

Re: Travelling from airport to Wencesles Square

by ramot418

Public transit is fine - you don't need any pick-up service.
Take bus no. 119 from the airport (first stop) to the Dejvická metro station (last stop). I don't know exactly where your hotel is, so I can't say which stop to get off (Wencesles Square is a relatively large area with more than one metro stop). The bus takes about 20-25 minutes and they run quite frequently (I think every 20 minutes or so, depending on the hour of the day).
The metro/bus/tram cards for unlimited travel throughout the Prague public transport system include the bus from the airport.

Re: Travelling from airport to Wencesles Square

by penny_g

Take bus number 119 from either terminal of the airport and get off onto its last stop Dejvicka. From Dejvicka take the metro (the green line - it is anyway the last stop, so you can't go to the wrong direction) and go to Vaclavske namesti. In order for your trip to be as cheap as possible take the 70 minutes ticket (23czk or around a euro at least an year ago) and don't forget to validate it.

Re: Travelling from airport to Wencesles Square

by stefanfarr

Thanks a real lot - very helpful infact i booked a private pick up service as it looks quite convenient and at a reasonable price.

Thanks
Stefan

Re: Travelling from airport to Wencesles Square

by leics

I have used both methods, bus when I was by myself and private pick-up when I was with my friend. Both were absolutely fine, but using the bus/Metro means more faffing around with bags, of course.

Travel Tips for Prague

Architecture: Art Nouveau

by german_eagle

Prague is one of the centres of the Art Nouveau style, here called 'Prague Secession'. It came up around 1898, leading architects and artists were Jan Kotera, Osvald Polivka and, internationally most renowned Alfons Mucha.

Outstanding examples for that architectural style are Obecni Dum and Hlavni nadrazi. But you just need to walk around the streets and you'll see plenty of very beautiful townhouses in that style. Like on the main picture of this tip. Hlavni Nadrazi is undergoing reconstruction right now and I hope they restore the beautiful Art Nouveau elements. At the moment the rooms in that style lack any function and travellers rarely see them. Go upstairs from the modern arrival hall, see the Kavarna (Cafe).

Movie Director on the Vltava River

by Mikebb

We were walking along the riverside admiring the river, buildings and activity when we saw a small rowboat laden with 3 people and a load of photographic equipment. We watched the action for 10 minutes, feeling sorry for the person responsible for the rowing as the director continually changed direction. We had heard Prague was in demand as a location for many movies, however we presumed that this must be a very low budget movie as they could not afford a small boat with an outboard motor.

Absytnth

by RandomDreamer

Yes, it has to be that horrible green liquid that does strange things to your eyes. So, it was (and still is) illegal in some parts of the world.

Essentially, if you have one or two (and once you get past the overwhelming urge to gag) you're night will be fantastic and your head will be a beautiful place.

Drink it properly. Dip in a spoonful of sugar, light the spoon and allow the sugar to drip into the glass to set the Absynth alight. Stir... blow out the fire and down it in one... you should be able to feel it travel along the journey to your stomach.

Packing List

by CandS

Take a good backpack incase you have to walk around for a long time like us to find accommodation. ;) Take good walking shoes...the best way to see Prague is by walking around the city. Take a tripod!!! If you have a half decent camera you will get some amazing photos in Prague...it really is a beautiful city!!!

Second John Lennon graffiti wall - Kampa Island

by extrajoce

Graffitis of John Lennon and other calls for peace and freedom have been the symbol of resistance to communism in Prague. There are two famous walls - this one is on Kampa Island, just south-west of Charles Bridge.
It's worth the detour as the area is quiet and out of the main tourist path (old town square - Charles bridge - Prague castle).

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Address: Via Legerova 9, Praha 2, Prague, Bohemia, 120 00, Czech Republic