Bartolomějská 9, Prague, Praha, 110 00, Czech Republic
The rooms in this former convent, now operated by the Christian charity Unitas, once served as interrogation cells for the communist secret police, and the late Václav Havel was once even a "guest." Though it used to be operated by the Christian charity Unitas, it has gone upscale and is no longer the great value it once was. That said, the central location is excellent and the cozy rooms are airy, light, and modern. Fortunately, the lobby and rooms betray nothing of this gloomy past and are airy, light and modern.
- clean rooms
- friendly staff
- great location on a quiet street
- some guests might find the decor too simple and uninspiring for the price
Rate Includes: Credit cards accepted Breakfast
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