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April 12, 2011
by Armed With Passport
Miromar Lakes, Florida
July 2, 2001
Hotel Meteor is located near the Powder Tower (Prasna Brana), which is the old city gate. It is very close to the Namesti Republicky subway stop and one of Prague's train stations (Masarykovo nadrazi). Its greatest attribute, however, is that you can walk to Wenceslas Square and the Old Town Square in about five minutes.
The rooms are very modern with air-conditioning and television (CNN and BBC). The restaurant below seems to be very nice. It is an old wine cellar from the 14th Century with a curved stone ceiling. We only were able to have the breakfast, which was included in the price of the room. It was an American style breakfast buffet, containing every type of breakfast food that you could ask for. It was a wonderful break after having the typical breakfast of cheese, meat, and bread for the last ten mornings.
My only complaint about the hotel was the snobby attitude of the woman at the front desk. My wife and I came into the lobby unshowered and looking a bit disheveled after taking a long and hot walk from our previous accomodations. My wife asked if they had any rooms and the lady impatiently replied, "This is an expensive hotel." She was much nicer to us after we checked in and gave her our credit card, but I thought she had a lot of nerve to treat us as if we couldn't afford their hotel!
From journal Pragmatically Probing Prague