We stayed here at the start of December as we wanted to take our little boy (2 and half years) to the Christmas markets. Yes, it is a little bit out and in a residential area that is not that flash but we had a great stay. We had Apartment A4 which was more than adequate for the three of us, there was heaps of room for our little boy to run around inside and play with his trains and cars. And it was soooo clean and warm.... I couldn't believe how clean it was and there was everything you needed in the kitchen.. Only problem and it was a slight problem was that there was no lift, but that was okay as once the bags were in the room thats it...
Everything else we needed was within reach, the supermarket is a 3 minute walk and sells fresh milk, which if you have small children and have travelled a bit in Europe you will know how hard that is to find sometimes. The tram stop is just outside the main door and is about 5 minutes (3 stops) to the top of Wenceslas Sq on the other side of the National Museum. What we tended to do was take the number 6, or 11 two stops to Pavlova and then jump a tram to either the other side of the river towards the castle (no. 22) or towards Charles Bridge\Old Town (no. 18).
Finally the hosts were very helpful and friendly and if you do decide to stay here I would suggest getting them to organise the taxi from the airport as well. As that was well worth it as well.
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- The residence offers accommodation in apartments composed of at least one bedroom/living room, private bathroom and fully equipped kitchen. All apartments are equipped with modern furniture, internet connection, safe, iron and ironboard and hair dryer. ... more less
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