Have you always wanted to feed swans from your porthole? Simply stay in Admiral Botel. This antique steamboat is permanently docked at the Vltatva embankment in the Smichov district. It is Slightly away from the center but compensated by moderate prices. Prague's fiery-red trams whisk you to the city center in no time.
Belvedere Hotel is highly recommend, if staying in a communist era hotel is your dream. Only the architecture reminds of this time in history. The hotel lives up to twenty-first-century standards with satellite television and WiFi in all rooms. Would you like to wake up to a the sound of a tinkling bell, being rung by Death? Stay in Grand Hotel Praha and you can watch the spectacle of the Astronomical clock from your window. With its top location, right on Old Town Square, this hotel is the creme de la creme.
A romantic hide-away with an unromantic name is U Raka, In the Crayfish. Only six guest rooms in a timbered cottage, all fitted with beamed ceilings and wooden floors. Many Prague Hotels have lovely names. Would not you like to stay in U Krale Karla, at King Charles?
Prague has so many interesting hotels that deciding where to stay is quite a task. Here is a list that will help you find the best hotels.
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