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Perlova 1, Prague, Bohemia, 16000, Czech Republic

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Perla Hotel
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    A Modern Looking Hotel


    Selecting a hotel is a daunting task at times. I do spend an enormous amount of time doing this. I look at hotels in the price range I want to spend, I look at the location (Google Maps Street View), I read reviews (cleanliness, noise, service) and I look at amenities (WiFi, breakfast included, king size bed, parking). In the end, I usually end up with staying at a decent hotel. The prices for hotels in Prague were either very low or very high. It was difficult to find something in the US$150 range per night that fits all of my "wants". I could spend more but why? We just need a decent room to sleep in and take a shower to get ready. On vacation, we spend most of our time out and about.

    The hotel is in a great location, very close to the old town square by just a few blocks. Room is very comfortable. The bed is great. The bathroom is small but quite modern with nice fixtures. The television provided is a bit small but we are not watching TV all that much. WiFi works great in the room. Breakfast is very good. The road noise isn't too bad but that is partly because we are on the 3rd floor and the windows are really good at blocking out the noise. So, over all I am very happy with my selection and stay.

    We drove over from Germany in a rental car. There is no hotel parking. They valet our car for 35Kè per day which equates to US$1.85 which is not much.

    Directions: 5 minutes walking distance south of Old Town Square and a few minutes from the Metro

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    Wow, fancy hotel at a great price!


    We very much enjoyed out stay at the Perla Hotel, this was by far the nicest hotel we stayed at during our trip to Central Europe. Our room was really nice, very comfortable, modern and chic (the hotel opened in 2007). Breakfast was included in the rate and there was an amazing selection of hot and cold dishes, the best I've ever had in Europe. The location was great: just a short walk away from Wenceslas Square and not too far from the old town area. There was also a metro station right around the corner and plenty of restaurants nearby. There was free Internet access in the breakfast room, which I thought was quite convenient for planning the day ahead. The staff was great, very professionnal. They arranged for a taxi to drive us to the airport, and check-in/check-out were fast and hassle-free. I probably wouldn't bother looking for a different place to stay if I make it back to Prague.

    Directions: Near Wenceslas Square

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Forum Posts

Parking in Prague

by vlad.moga

Hello all, please be kind and tell me the best parking solution in Prague in the main central area/square, including overnight parking etc.
Many thanks

Re: Parking in Prague

by r13

Parking in the cental part of Prague is a nightmare.It is highly recommended to avoid driving/parking in the central part of the city. There are several strategic spots where traffic jams occur daily.

Parking in Prague 1, 2, 3, 7 is very restricted. Main part of parking space is reserved for residents with special permits - "blue" zone (no chance for you). Remaining space is "orange" and "green" paid parking zones where it is very difficult to find empty spot and these are time limited during the day (free overnight).

You have to either find hotel with a parking or use parking garages - both quite pricey in the central part of the city.

Some info on parking garages and prices is here

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Travel Tips for Prague


by Ste00

If you just don't know it is the Czech Krona (Crown)....

Now don;t hold me to this if it doesn't work in your favour!! :-)

Mates took currency out at various places in the UK before we went, including at the airport and all got around 25k to the £... Internet at the time stated 29+k to the £....

I held my ground and got it from a cash machine at Prague airport and got 29.2k to the £ and at a highstreet branch at got over 31k to the £....... and that is after comission etc..

But I think it depends on who you bank with in the UK...

Lesser Town

by micas_pt

The Lesser Town is the neighbourhood situated in-between the left bank of River Vlatva and the Castle. Its most important sights and locations are: Nerudova Street, which connects St. Charles Bridge to the Castle neighbourhood; the Lesser Town Square where is situated the outstanding St Nicholas Church; Kampa Island and also Petrin Hill.

"Prague Spring"

by kris-t

The always lively intellectual world of Prague, however, suffered under the totalitarian regime, in spite of the rather careful program of rebuilding and caring of the damaged monuments after World War II. In the 4th Czechoslovakian Writers' Congress held in the city in 1967 they took a strong position against the regime. This spurred the new secretary of Communist Party, Alexander Dubchek to proclaim a new deal in his city and country's life, starting the short-lived season of the "socialism with a human face". It was the Prague Spring, which aimed to the renovation of institutions in a democratic way. Soviet Union and the other Warsaw Pact reacted occupying Czechoslovakia and the capital in August 1968, suppressing under tanks' tracks any attempt of renovation.

And - that was a Soviet Union goverment, not people.

Check the current weather to know what to pack!

by Zuzka

The previsions for the next days can be found on the Meteopress website. This is a Czech website, but icons are comprehensible for everybody. In the first line (in the middle of the page) you will see 8 days previsions for the Czech republic, in the line below you can choose the city - Prague (Praha), Brno, Ostrava etc.

Stromovka Park

by ettenaj

This beautiful park extends from Letna Hill to the river, on the south-west side of the park is an old hunting lodge, originallly dating from the 15th century, but rebuilt in neo-gothic style in 1804, which now houses the newspapers and periodicals dept of the National Museum. OPening times Tuesday to Saturday inclusive


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Address: Perlova 1, Prague, Bohemia, 16000, Czech Republic