The hotel is situated beside the Andel subway station and opposite the bus station. The hotel is on the 6th floor of an office building. Reception and the restaurant and bar is on the ground floor. Your room pass-card is used in the lift as an added security feature that gives you access to the hotel. We had rooms at the back of the hotel. The rooms are basic, but clean and a good size. All rooms have a little terrace. There is quite a bit of road noise but if you close the french door and window it shuts out most of it.
Air conditioning, a safe and Wi-Fi is provided free of charge - not something you'd expect for free in a 3* hotel. However, although tea and coffee making facility is provided no tea and coffee is provided! I had already spotted this on Trip Advisor and popped some in my case.
The beds were comfy but the pillows are useless! As soon as your head hits them they go flat.. We requested a couple more which made our second night more comfy. Breakfast is quite basic, ham, cheese, eggs, frankfurters, bread and yogurt. Plenty to get you set up for the day.
It's a short walk to the local area where there are plenty of shops, bars and restaurants. Just come out of the hotel and go left.
If you'd like to read more about our visit to Prague, reviews of transport and restaurants please visit my blog post - this one has links to my other 2 days and a hints a tips section: http://soosieboo.wordpress.com/2012/06/06/prague-day-3/
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- Also Known As:
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