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All reviewsna prikopeold town squaregreat locationbreakfast roomestates theatreroyal suitejacuzzi bathtea and coffeecentral locationmustek metro stationnice hotellocal attractionsbreakfast buffet was excellentastronomical clockcharles bridgemajor sightsnoise from the street
What a unique and pleasant surprise. A very trendy and boutique hotel. Right by the metro, and just off one of the town squares with a Christmas market. The room was beautiful and even though it faced the street it was quite. Check in was...More
On booking the hotel I was so excited about staying here & I was not disappointed.
In my opinion this hotel is in perfect walking distance of all major sites. Located on the edge of old town square but in the new town.
We stayed only one night here in October and the staff were excellent and very helpful, the room was large and really comfortable. only issue was there was a bit of early morning street noise as the casino is opposite. But would highly recommend this...More
Just returned from 4 nights in Prague. Stayed at the Friday Hotel. This was our 3rd visit to this hotel and for those people who might be thinking of staying here thought I would post some useful tips.
Upon arrival at Prague airport don't waste...More
The biggest asset of Hotel Friday is its location:
It is right in the pedestrian zone, just a few steps from the major sights - but surprisingly quiet. (And the 'Mustek' metro station is only about 75 m away.) It is probably difficult to find...More
One of the oldest neighborhoods in town represents the medieval heart of Prague. It’s no surprise it is bustling with tourists every time of day. Križovnický square, overlooking Charles Bridge with Prague Castle in the background, is probably the most beautiful square in the city. Its unique historical atmosphere of gothic houses and churches, cobblestone streets and squares, and stone towers blend together with the
modern era. A vast array of bars, restaurants, dance clubs, international brand shops, galleries and hotels bring life to the old city. With its charming and picturesque cobblestone streets, the nightlife and parties will surely be unforgettable.
Hi there is but it is not easy to use. I would advise booking an airport pickup. They are really great. Pick you up at arrivals with a board with your name on. Give you information about the city and sights as you pass them... More
Hi there is but it is not easy to use. I would advise booking an airport pickup. They are really great. Pick you up at arrivals with a board with your name on. Give you information about the city and sights as you pass them and also give you a free map and guide.
There is no hard sell and beautiful clean transport.
The tram to Namaste Republika is notorious for pick pockets.
I went for Prague shared shuttle transfer which I booked via Expedia. They waited for my flight which was 2hours late and also took me back to the airport at the end of my stay. I would use them again xx
Yes there is a hairdryer in the bathroom and they supplied shower wash, bubble bath and body lotion along with a sewing kit, earplugs (which I didnt need as it is not noisy ) and a shower cap. there is a M&S in the Old town... More
Yes there is a hairdryer in the bathroom and they supplied shower wash, bubble bath and body lotion along with a sewing kit, earplugs (which I didnt need as it is not noisy ) and a shower cap. there is a M&S in the Old town Square and I went there to buy shampoo which i left behind.
I cannot recommend this hotel too highly and will definately be going back