Location might not be central but it has its advantages - was a very quiet area, and in its own way more Prague. There were useful amenities nearby - supermarket, italian and chinese restuarants within minutes walk. Easy to get there and back with the city's excellent tram system, the stop is 5-10 mins walk away, some downhill and some uphill, neither too strenuous. Advice for your first arrival: be very clear how you can get there. We weren't, which resulted in some 1.5 hours wandering about and dragging the suitcase for a long walk. It turned out that it's quite conveniently connected with metro and bus.
Rooms are modern, clean and simple. Bathrooms partic good I thought.
Breakfast was very simple -- milk, tea bags, hot coffee, cereals, toasts, cakes, ham, but for us that's adequate.
The only downsides were awfully soft pillows.
The city was great and well worth the trip!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The renovated Hotel Marketa with a family atmosphere is situated in the residential district of Prague 6, nearby the Prague Castle and historical centre of the city. The connection to the nearby International Airport Prague Ruzyne is also convenient (15 minutes). Hotel Marketa offers 26 rooms with free Wi-Fi Internet and a comfortably furnished breakfast restaurant. For guests is also available private parking, free to use computer and safety deposit box at the reception. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Marketa Hotel Prague