The apartment is in a narrow, cobbled street of delightful old buildings, UNESCO listed I believe. You go down a couple of steps to enter a large and very well renovated apartment, with the windows at the front at about street level, but a little below at the back. The apartment is clean and fresh, with new furnishings and a minimalist decor. It is very well positioned for visits to Prague Castle, the Loreto and Strahlov Monastery. Close to a tram stop that delivers you down almost to Charles Bridge, and a small supermarket that has most things and is open early to late. The managers are most friendly and helpful, including sending someone round very quickly to unlock the gate to the parking area, after we had locked up and thrown the keys through a window in the apartment (which you do on checking out), forgetting that the key to the parking area was attached. However, that brings me to the one negative. The garden is the very convenient parking area for the car (at an extra cost) and is substantially taken up with bitumen. In fairness things might improve when the plantings have grown through but, even then, it's hard to see how it will look like the photo displayed- it is much more a large parking area than a garden!
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