This historic inn has taken a couple of licks—first it was flooded, then burned to the ground, and then rebuilt, only to be taken by the communists, and finally restituted to the family owners. The location is so close to the Charles Bridge that you could barter with one of the street vendors from your window; it's beautiful, but busy out there. Rooms are spacious, and feature ornate ceilings and antique furniture. Sadly, there is no air-conditioning, but the rooms do
have Wi-Fi, so it's behind the times in some ways and in step in others.