The car parking, although the only expensive-ish thing, was safe and in the courtyard behind the hotel. The staff were always very helpful and the breakfast was more average-to-good than excellent. The room we had in the "A" annexe, reached by a sequence of corridors off specific floors, was very large and everything worked well. If you are prepared to explore by foot, everything in the centre of Prague, where the hotel is, is pretty close and restaurants and bars of good quality and variety too (plus the good beer is so cheap!) We only succumbed to a ride on the nearby 22 tram up the hill to the Castle complex on full-day-two. Whilst the hotel does have a tough of austerity left over from its days as a convent or a haunt of the Czech secret police, we were very pleased with the location, the staff and the value (and can see why ratings have been high).
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located in the oldest part of the historical city centre, just steps from the monumental Charles Bridge, in the vicinity of the picturesque Old Town Square, in a cobblestone lane free of traffic. The building is a part of medieval monastery complex, still inhabited by the Grey Sisters of Mercy, with the church of St. Bartholomew diligently renovated owing to the funds granted by H.R.H., the Prince of Wales. You will be embraced by historical sights, tourist attractions, museums, theatres, restaurants and cafes of the Old Town of Prague. Our hotel standards are guaranteed by the Czech Hotel Federation. We offer * * * * services for * * * prices. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Cloister Hotel Prague
- Cloister Inn Prague