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From journal Prague Hotels
April 24, 2005
We were in the largest room they had, which was okay, but the room looks out only onto the little side street the hotel is on. We had walked there from the train station, and it was quite unpleasant. Instead of feeling welcomed into a great place, we felt like we didn't like Prague! It was dirty, busy, and had no charm at all. It would have been a pity to stay longer at this hotel. It did have really cool Euro bathrooms and a great breakfast buffet, but other than that, it was nothing special. We are so glad we switched hotels, and we had a very pleasant stay after moving.
From journal Prague with Kids
Fort Worth, Texas
March 27, 2004
The staff is extremely friendly and everyone speaks English. This hotel has warm, confortable rooms with antique furnishings and beamed ceilings. There are 77 rooms and each room has pieces of antique furniture and a large desk convenient for writing.
There is beautiful court yard and dining room where buffet breakfast is served from 7 until 9:30 each morning.
From journal Weekend in Prague
August 15, 2003
The nicely fitted bedrooms are smallish but well laid out and boast what is surely the cleanest en-suite bathroom I have ever seen in a hotel. Usual mod cons of A/C, satellite TV etc.
Reception is cheery and welcoming, and generally efficient though rather overstretched at peak check in/out times (they make up for it with a bowl of sherbet lemons to help pass the time!). The same (without the sherbet lemons) can be said of breakfast, which is held in the associated next-door bier-kellar (actually on street level but cleverly decorated to feel subterranean and cavernous) and can be something of a squash for shared tables and queues for (not bad) coffee. Overall breakfast is good -- a variety of breads and rolls, cold cuts, fruit, yoghurt, salads.
As you enter from reception and head towards the rooms, you pass through a light and airy indoor bar which in turn opens through french windows onto a courtyard square with benches and a few artfully placed statues. Ask for a room which overlooks the courtyard as I suspect weekends might get a little noisy.
From journal Czech mate - summertime Prague