My name is Anna, I am 40 and I have been traveling for 20 years. I think it's traveling that makes us deeper, wiser, more confident and certainly happier. This is life at its best. And France is an undeniable place to enjoy life. That's why I adore it.
Prague is a large tourist centre and no wonder that it offers the widest selection of hotels.
The city offers both expensive high grade hotels and a large number of very low grade ones. But most of the hotels are nice mid grade hotels at affordable prices.
Hotel in old building in Prague
As for us we stayed at the Olympic 4* hotel. Frankly speaking it leaves much to be desired.
The hotel’s advantages are close proximity to metro (five minutes’ walk) and it’s just 3-4 metro stations away from the city centre. Besides, the rooms are rather good.
As for disadvantages we faced from the very first day the major one was the level of service. When we arrived it was very hot but the air conditioning didn’t work. I went downstairs to find out how I could switch it on. But they answered that the air conditioning didn’t work because it would likely not be hot in May.
After such an answer I couldn’t give any good reviews. Besides, the hotel offered rather poor breakfast.
Moreover, different European schools use the hotel as a place for their pupils to stay at during their tours in Prague. I read such a review a few times on the Internet. The reality was that all the time we could see a crowd of kids in the lobby. Besides, they were entertaining themselves by riding the elevator and every time we had to wait for ten minutes.
But on the other hand, we managed to book the flight + hotel package at the cheapest price.
Prague offers the widest selection of hotels. I can give you the following tips:
Apartments and hotels in old buildings in city center
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Here you can find the widest selection of hotels and a large number of reviews. Through this link you can book the best hotel at the best price.
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