Hotels in Prague

Two years ago my husband and I flew to Prague to celebrate my 35th birthday.

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The most important part of a vacation, as far as I’m concerned, is choosing the hotel of course. And I chose the perfect hotel, called Kings Court Hotel.

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Kings Court Hotel

This hotel’s location is perfect! It is in the old town, next to the Republic square (in front of Palladium mall). The rooms look exactly like they do in the photos. We chose an Executive room with a balcony that includes an entrance to the lounge throughout the day – which turned out to be a genius act on our side because we arrived tired from the flight and all we wanted was to have a drink and something small to eat and go to sleep. The moment the room was ready, we received a call.

Breakfast in Kings Court hotel is incredible and diverse – fresh squeezed juices, champagne, a desserts room and what not! A part of the dining room is placed on the street and some of it is internal. It was the best breakfast I had in Europe. The room has free WiFi, a pillow menu for your choice, a shower, a bathtub and bathrobes as well as cleaning service twice a day.

The windows are so isolated we didn’t hear a thing from the busy street below. The hotel’s staff have such a high quality of service that I archived all of the recommendations I prepared at home and took everything they had to offer. The hotel also has a small Casino and a Spa with a small pool.

 

Images from the hotel’s website

Additional recommended hotels:

Five stars hotels

Grandior Hotel

 five stars hotel located in an excellent location in Prague near the old town square. The rooms are pleasant and spacious, and the rates are usually fair.

 

Images from the hotel’s website

 

Hilton Prague Old Town

A luxurious and indulging hotel, clean and of high quality in an excellent location in old town.

 

Next summer I’ll be in Prague with my family, and this is the hotel I chose for us

Boho Prague

A 5 stars hotel of SLH – a global boutique quality hotels chain which I really like. Centrally located near the old town square. Spacious and pleasant rooms, and as I know the chain, everything is decorated in good taste, cleat and with an amazing service.

 

Images from the hotel’s website

3 stars hotel

Ibis Old Town

I received a lot of positive feedbacks about this hotel. A simple and clean in central location, with small rooms. According to Booking.com the rooms don’t have air-condition so it is not recommended during the summer. Suits better to those who seek to find hotels in lower budget.

 

Images from the hotel’s website

 

Recommendations

The weather in early March was perfect, cold but not too much and it didn’t rain at all.
I don’t have any clue about Prague’s history and the trip’s purpose was to rest, go to good restaurants and do some shopping. Due to the hotel’s location we didn’t need any public transportation. So here are some good recommendations:

Change – The cheapest place we found is located on Alpha Change on the left side of the Palladium Mall’s main entrance. As to our trip, for one Euro we received 26.5 crones.

A great romantic restaurant – Zvonice is located in the old town area on the 7th and 8th floor of a turret. The meat is of high quality, I had deer meet (not for those who eat kosher) and it was great, in addition the local Paraguayan red wine is highly recommended. The restaurant isn’t cheap, a meal for a couple costs between 100 and 150 euros. It is recommended to reserve a table in advance.

Another great romantic restaurant is on the Charles Bridge, near the river and is called Mlynec. It serves delicatessens from the Czech Republic at a very high level, sea food, etc. It’s a bit posh to my opinion but it has great atmosphere and excellent service.  It is recommended to reserve a table in advance in this restaurant as well.

There plenty of local low-priced restaurants with delicious food, an additional restaurant we entered to and was really tasty, is located near the Pasta Presca. I don’t remember its name but it is just on the right of Pasta Presca. I had salmon on spinach and it was beautiful.

Kortosh – Their delicious delicatessen is everywhere and so worth it!!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thai massage – It’s fun and can be done, basically in every corner. A recommended and quiet place is called Siam Center and it is located just next to the Palladium mall if you continue from there towards the Ibis hotel. Recommended to book a treatment in advance.

Shopping – If I am to compare with other capital cities, so I’m sorry but I don’t think that Prague is the place for shopping. But we did visit a nice mall that worth to go to, called Arkadi Mall. We found huge discounts at Zara and Poul & Bear, where my husband and I bought coats on 100 euros each.

Club – On Fridays and Saturdays you there’s a club called Lucerna that is open for all ages and plays 80s’ and 90s’ music with video clips aired on enormous screens. We had a really good time there.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thanks to Michal Kedary for the beautiful photos.

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