This pension is just a short block to the #6, 9, 22, 23 trams and Pavlova Metro stop. The rooms and reception are spread out in two buildings. We stayed in #46 on the 4th floor for 5 nights. Rest assured there is an elevator. It was quiet, overlooking the garden, and the air conditioning works! The room isn't huge, but the beds are comfortable, the bathroom is good sized with a shower with good water pressure, and it only changed temperature on me once.
The reception area is small, but has a large refrigeration unit with soda, water, and cans of beer to purchase from reception staff, who are almost always sullen. Don't expect to get directions from them. They know enough English to get by. Good security system. The building is accessed by room key, so don't lose it. You pay extra for breakfast, which is located in the basement of the building on the right. Just follow the good scents! There is a decent variety. Breakfast meat is cold ham slices or breakfast sausage (which looks and tastes like a hotdog to me!), cheese slices, scrambled/fried egg, bread or rolls, etc. There are
internet connections in some rooms. Ask at reception when checking in. Nice tables to rest in the garden. Pub with good grub and English menus upon request, is connected to the pension. Bring your own washcloth if you need one.
Unique Quality: The best feature of the pension is its close proximity to trams, Metro, a McDonalds, KFC, take out pizza, all across from the tram stop (Pavlova). There is also a "Internet 4 All" location on the street one block from the hotel/pension. The trams are relatively easy to figure out if you get a map, or check the list of stops located on a pole close to the tram wait area. Tram stop is just several stops away from Wenceslaus Square and the museum. You can walk to Old Town and the Charles Bridge from the square.
Directions: Get off the Pavlova tram stop, turn right and walk to Legerova at the light, turn left. The pension is on the right side of the street, almost to the corner. You can see the Pension sign.
The pension is located only a short block away from the tram and Metro station, McDonalds, KFC, and a good pizza takeout. There is a pub beside the pension that has English menus upon request and great food. The pension is spread out between two buildings. We stayed in room 46, on the 4th floor. Don't worry! There is an elevator! The room overlooks a little garden, complete with fountain. We stayed for 5 nights here, and it was very quiet, which is a plus, since the buildings are on a very busy street. The air conditioner worked very well, which is a good thing during a heat wave. The twin beds were quite comfortable. No washcloths, so pack your own. The reception staff are sullen, and understand enough English to get by. Don't expect them to help with directions very much. There is a refrigerator in Reception that holds sodas and beer for sale. No refrigeration in the room. The bathroom is good sized, has a shower with good pressure, and it only changed temperature slightly once. The National Museum and Wenceslaus Square are only several tram stops away. There is an internet connection in some rooms for those with laptops. Otherwise, there is an Internet 4 All one block over as you leave the hotel, down the street from the trams and Metro station.
Unique Quality: The best quality of the hotel is its close proximity to the transit systems, a pub with good grub and English menus. Otherwise, it is just a pretty plain rooming house situation.
Directions: Just on the border of District 2
I arrived with friends in Prague at the train station with no reservations. Instead of wandering around all night, we went to a booking company in the station and ended up here.....
Because of the booking agency, we eneded up paying about 25% more than others this way.
I only stayed one night before I found a much nicer place right around the corner for the same price.
But, this place is clean and sufficient. If you find it on your own, you'll save some money and booking fees.
Booked through the accommodation office at the train station, Brezina is merely a 10 minute walk from the National Museum. The staff can be a bit awkward in helping you choose the room you want, but hold out and insist on the large twin room if possible on the top floor, its spacious and great to unwind in if you have had a long train journey.
Wonderful place to stay, walkable distance from the centre, and if you don't like walking is is very near the subway. The staff here is friendly, the rooms are clean and lots of space.
Unique Quality: It is possible to use free internet if you bring your own computer. You can also rent a laptop from the reception for little money.
Hotel located in the centre of Prague in Legerova str., not far from the Wenceslas Square.
Unique Quality: The rooms have a TV, telephone. Pension has a parking.exchange and sightseeing tuors sold.
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Address: Legerova 39-41, Prague, Bohemia, 2 120 00, Czech Republic