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Please, can you help me choose a nice hotel with character in Prague. It would be nice to stay in a hotel with local flavor. My husband and I are traveling to Europe in may, for 10 days, and staying some days in Prague.

These are the hotels I got recommendations for almost the same amount of money:

Century Old Town - close to st. Charles Bridge in the old part of the city
Domes Balthasar - Mala Strana, also very close to the bridge
Esplanade Prague - still don't know where it is, address is 877 Mostecka

I also saw another one that costs 20% more, 200 dollars more in five days
Le palacios Hotel Prague

Which one would you choose?

Thanks in advance for your help.

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