First night we stayed at highest floor. Didn't like companions in the bed. YAK! I tried to contact the staff but didn't managed. Next morning staff wasn't able to speak any english and we where off to another hotel by our agency!
Stayed 2nd October to 5th 2007. Got no sleep as it was so noisy in the road outside all night. Room so small, bathroom very tiny. However, clean and the breakfast was adequate for the price paid. Very near a square with fountains with good restaurants and bars all the way round. Would recommend: turn left out of hotel, few paces to fountain, turn right, walk down the road, and there is a bar/restaurant situated at the the crossroads in Belgian Street opposite a small hotel. All prices, all sizes of meals. Could live in there and go through the menu it was so good and the waitresses speak english.
Metro very efficient, station at the opposite end to the fountains of Americka Street. Two stops to Wencelas Square. Four stops to the Castle.
TIP: Take very comfortable shoes, you will need them.
Directions: Turn left out of the metro (Namesti Minu) and walk down the square, Americka Street if opposite on the left.
This is a very nice hotel with several idiosyncracies. The first is that this is a Bulgarian-owned hotel (as evidenced by the name) in Prague that features a nice Mexican restaraunt. Service was good, room was very comfortable, and the food was good. Also, the Price was right. My only warning is to get a room as close to ground level as you can! I stayed in a room on the 5th floor and there is no elevator!
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Address: Americka 28, Prague, Bohemia, 12000, Czech Republic