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13 Apr. - 14 Apr.
Restaurant looked more cafe than restaurant but food was quite good. Unfortunately we arrived just as Corona virus struck creating a lock down of shops and restaurants so had to settle for a takeaway in our room before having to cut short out trip.
13 Apr. - 14 Apr.
Great welcome from checking in, the room was perfect for our stay, breakfast more than suitable for an energetic day walking around the sites, would stay here again definitely
7 Apr. - 8 Apr.
A little out of the way from the main town center, but there is a Metro stop 50 feet away and it's an easy ride in. The hotel itself is modern and well-managed. Staff are friendly and helpful. Breakfasts are amazing, well worth the premium.
1 May - 2 May
loved the brightness of the lobby. The skylight and vast space were very effective. Staff were efficient at cleaning my room whenever I went down to breakfast. My room would be clean by the time I returned. The layout of my room was excellent , large and roomy. The breakfast was always fresh and ...
This small-central European country has a fascinating history, a wealth of architectural treasures, beautiful forests, and mountains. Historic Czech Republic hotels offer visitors an opportunity to experience Old World European charm, and many of the towns and cities throughout the country have picturesque areas often known as the "old town" section that appear unchanged after hundreds of years.
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