Good Hotel Guide Review
A returning visitor to this well-run small B&B hotel near the botanical gardens thought it ‘the best I’ve experienced in the Czech Republic’. Earlier praise: ‘It is so welcoming you wouldn’t want to stay anywhere else.’ It has a small skylit atrium and a pleasant terraced rear garden; the multilingual staff are ‘very friendly’. A junior suite was ‘nicely furnished, with small sitting room; good bathroom lighting; double-glazed windows kept out most of the noise of cars on the cobbled street’. A ground-floor single at the back has a small walled garden, ‘but some noise from Reception’. There is a ‘fine buffet breakfast’ and free afternoon tea. Wenceslas Square and the ‘wonderful’ Café Slavia on the riverbank are about ten minutes’ walk away. ‘Not all taxi drivers know the hotel (they sometimes mistake it for the nearby Novotel): ask the staff how to say the address in Czech.’
00 42 224 920 6 36
Air-conditioning, Wi-Fi, parking, garden, concierge, bar, lift.
All major cards accepted.
Standard double from €68–€145, breakfast included.