I was picked up at the airport as prearranged before hand by the
wonderful Mr. Duldash,a young man with fantastic hosting skills that
helped me through my entire stay.He speaks fluently Czech and
Russian as well as very good English.
Without him I would have been lost and my trip may be only half good.
My room # 13 has a pretty view,very quiet and a nice modern
bathroom with stall shower.Fluffy towels and crisp bed linens.
Breakfast always very abundant with delicious cold cuts,assorted bread,
good cereals,fruits,sweet cakes or donuts and good tasty coffee and teas.
The food in the restaurant is great,sort of what you would eat in a typical
Czech home. I loved the chicken schnitzel with mashed potatoes,home
made soups and crisp fresh salads.
Everybody I came in contact in the hotel was extremely pleasant and
willing to help.
Although the location is away from the noisy crowded expensive center
of Prague the peace and quiet of the area and affordable rates make this
hotel a great place to stay. Very good for families with children but since it
doesn't have a lift not so good for handicapped people.
Trains run about a hundred feet away with an station right there out of view
from the hotel and you can be in the center of town in about 15 to 20
minutes.A taxi ride is very inexpensive and much quicker.
Beware of taxi drivers,they love to overcharge tourist! Have the hotel call AAA Taxi with a preset fare price ( add the tip if you like him of course).
The entire hotel has been freshly painted and has a pub at the entrance
where smoking is allowed (and believe me, smoking is rampant in central Europe
even in most restaurants and public areas.
This hotel offers smoke free rooms thankfully.
I will return in August or September when the weather is much nicer..