Despite what you believe, a holiday in Prague can be quite expensive and hot even though if you won't wander about looking for erotic emotions (and eventually finding something else...) in the vicinity of St. Venceslav Square.
As I reserved this hotel I had to be satisfied to pay € 80 per night in a single room as it was high season, it was very late and, well, in the photos it really looked pleasant.
Although all the rooms at the floors below looked fine and confortable, unluckly they assigned me a room at 4th floor right under the roof, very small and quite inconvenient (with the exception of the bathroom, which was wide and equipped of any confort). Moreover, without any air conditioning or fridge: you don't have to necessarily associate Prague with cold and snow, the week in August I was there the weather was hottest than in Italy, and keeping the windows open in the night was a tragedy if you consider that the firemen headquarter exactly faces the hotel, garnishing your nightmares with plenty of siren screamings.
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