Prague hotels

Apr 24th, 1999, 05:59 AM
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Prague hotels

Any recommendations for a quiet hotel in a good central location? A travel agency recommended the Koruna but we don't see it in any guidebooks. Thanks,Marcia
Apr 24th, 1999, 10:10 AM
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Check the AVE site at They have a listing of good hotels/penzions in all price ranges, some information & some pictures.
Apr 24th, 1999, 01:07 PM
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There's a small hotel called U Pava just a block or two from the Charles Bridge, on a quiet side street - very friendly service, a secure parking lot (if you're driving), close to everything. If you check the normal websites for Prague accomodations, you ought to find it.
Apr 26th, 1999, 05:07 PM
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We stayed at the Palace Hotel. It is art deco, has a fantastic breakfast and an excellent restaurant. Clean. Arrived on Christmas Eve and the first thing we heard was a horn concerto on the street. It isn't too far from the opera house
Apr 26th, 1999, 07:33 PM
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We have been to Prague twice and have stayed at the Residence Mala Strana - a Minotel hotel. Very comfortable and quiet. We especially like it because the rooms are quite large and have a little kichenette and large table with 2 chairs as well as the usual sofa etc. The location is quite good. Its about a 8-10 minute swalk to the Charles brigdge. We usually took the tram (all of them go to the Charles bridge area)- 2 stops away. We usually book through Thomas Cook (they are agents for Minotel)and it comes to about USD 120 per night (includes a huge breakfast) but if you book directly through the hotel in Prague, the rate is higher.
Apr 26th, 1999, 10:46 PM
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There's a nice hotel called Maximillian on Hastalske namesti, a quiet street in the center of town. I don't know anything about the prices, but the location is great and it looks quite nice from the outside.
May 3rd, 1999, 06:17 AM
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For information about hotels in Prague you should see as well. This should be like online catalogue of OK-Tours tragel agency with huge listing of hotels in Prague including description, photos and prices.
May 3rd, 1999, 03:53 PM
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Try the CEDOK Agency (government owned and operated); excellent service through them last year. Enjoy the is interesting!

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