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Hotel Rubicon - Prague Hotels

Hotel Rubicon

Haštalská 371/20, Prague - Map
3.4 out of 5 (169 reviews)
Hotel Liberty - Prague Hotels

Hotel Liberty

ul. 28 rijna 11/376, Prague - Map
4.5 out of 5 (425 reviews)
Hotel Liberty is located in the very heart of the historic center of Prague, in a pedestrian area right next to the famous …More
The Iron Gate Hotel and Suites - Prague Hotels

The Iron Gate Hotel and Suites

Michalska 19, Prague - Map
4.5 out of 5 (1,017 reviews)
Hotel Leonardo Prague - Prague Hotels

Hotel Leonardo Prague

Karoliny Svetle 27, Prague - Map
4.5 out of 5 (780 reviews)
Hotel Astoria - Prague Hotels

Hotel Astoria

Rybna 10, Prague - Map
4.2 out of 5 (850 reviews)
Modern hotel located in the centre of Prague’s old town, within 300 metres of historic Bethlehem Square and the Powder …More
D22 Luxury Apartments Old Town - Prague Hotels

D22 Luxury Apartments Old Town

Divadelni 22, Prague - Map
Design Metropol Hotel Prague - Prague Hotels

Design Metropol Hotel Prague

Narodni 33, Prague - Map
"Nice hotel, close to everything"
Nice, modern and clean hotel. Situated between new and old town it's perfect for tourists. The breakfast that is included in the cost is also a nice bonus. Room was spacious and comfortable. Definitely recommend
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Savic Hotel - Prague Hotels

Savic Hotel

Jilska 7, Prague - Map
"Great & helpful hotel!"
Very helpful staff. Location is excellent. Great breakfasts. Large and clean rooms.
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The building belonging to the 14th Century has in it the beautiful Architecture of Gothic and Renaissance, with a touch of …More
Red Chair Hotel - Prague Hotels

Red Chair Hotel

Liliova 4, Prague - Map
4.4 out of 5 (202 reviews)
Located in the historic center of this esteemed capital city, the Red Chair Hotel is the perfect central Prague hotel …More
Salvator Superior Apartments - Prague Hotels

Salvator Superior Apartments

Revolucní 1201/18, Prague - Map
"Friendly and classy digs"
I stayed at the superior suite for 2 nights and totally enjoyed the apartment. The mattress and pillows were and comfortable, giving to the best sleep ever! There's a washing machine and a clothes airer to dry laundry. The apartment is clean with a maid coming in daily to make the bed and empty the rubbish. The location of the apartment is very convenient. We walked for 20 mins with our luggage from Prague's main rail station (not Holesovice, but the station just before Holesovice) to the apartment and later, found that trams 5 or 26, in front of the apartments, were direct connections. I would have preferred the kitchen to be better lit and more connected with the living room. Also there are no instruction manuals to use the washing machine and dish washer, so use your understanding of button symbols to manage or call house keeping.
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    Hotels In Stare Mesto

    If art, architecture and 1000 years of history are drawing you to Prague, you’ll love our Old Town hotels. A settlement from medieval days, once surrounded by a moat, it’s one of the quaintest and most impressive-looking areas of Prague. Wander the narrow cobblestone lanes around the Old Town Square and see the Astronomical Clock and the Old New Synagogue. Book one of our hotels in Old Town Prague and get a real feel for this ancient city’s oldest region.

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    The Old Town Square has been around since the 12th century, where it was Prague’s central marketplace. Originally it was surrounded by a moat connected to the Vltava River, but that moat was covered up by streets in the 14th century when Charles IV founded The New Town. The architecture in the Old Town is a mix of Gothic, Baroque and Romanesque.

    Things to see and do

    You think your watch is old? Wait until you see the Astronomical Clock! Built in 1410, it has an astronomical dial charting the position of the sun and the moon in the sky, a skeleton who rings a bell and the 12 Apostles peering out through high windows.

    Also, be sure to see the Old New Synagogue, the oldest operating synagogue in Europe! Built in 1210, it’s a place where Prague’s Jewish community still goes to worship, and the architecture is old-worldly Gothic-style.

    If you’re a book fan, cross a bridge over the Vltava to visit the Franz Kafka Museum, dedicated to Prague’s most famous author. Out the front, you’ll find ‘Proudy’ by David Cerny. Simply put, it’s a sculpture of two guys peeing into a puddle. Not your average public sculpture! Inside the museum you’ll find manuscripts, photos as well as diaries from Kafka’s life. You’ll find plenty more of Cerny’s art in the old town too, like a sculpture of Sigmund Freud hanging by one hand from a pole suspended over the ground.

    While you’re in Prague, we suggest you don’t miss Prague Castle – the world’s biggest ancient castle, it’s the size of seven football fields. You could also visit the mind-bending Dancing House, which actually looks like two dancers.

    Dining and shopping

    Admire the Old Town Square by sitting back at one of its outdoor cafes. In the Old Town’s restaurants there are Michelin stars and respected chefs galore. You can tuck into some fine cuisine and sip superb wine as you admire views of Prague Castle. When it’s shopping time, swing by one of the many nearby book shops or antique stores.

    Getting here

    Book one our flights to Prague and check out our Prague historic city centre accommodation. You’ll ‘Czech out’ a part of town that will take you right back to ancient history.