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Apartment in the centre of historic Prague

hotel doorThese well serviced, independent apartments in the city centre are perfect for anyone wanting the convenience of a hotel, with the independence to do what you want, when you want.  The 24 hour reception provides a fast and friendly service (please notify them if arriving after 9pm).  You will not be disappointed by the facilities provided when you stay here.  Everything has been thought of to make your stay comfortable and convenient, from the fully equipped kitchens, washing machine, lounge – dining areas, sofa beds and entertainment equipment (TV, DVD player and CD/radio).  All you have to do is arrive and unpack and make the most of your stay, knowing everything has been thought of.  With over 120 individually styled apartments, there will be an apartment to suit you providing privacy and a restful haven from the bustle of the street below.  The flexible layout of these apartments makes them a good choice for families, friends, large groups or those travelling on business.

In the local area

A stone’s throw from the Old Town and its historic square, these apartments are well placed for you to enjoy a full days sightseeing.  The ‘City of a Hundred Spires’ is worth the effort of walking to, so make sure you don’t miss a single, dazzling spectacle within its stunning centre. The Old Town Square is probably one of the most popular, and sprung up under the watchful eye of the nearby magnificent castle.  The castle is a reflection of the mish mash of tastes and styles throughout the ages, from early 9th century through to the 14th and 15th centuries.  They have all amalgamated into one complex with courtyards, palatial rooms and towers, which are just begging to be explored.

The Square is a remarkable place, surrounded by beautiful buildings including St Nicholas Church, the Old Town Hall and the Tyn Church, which is probably one of the most recognisable in the whole of the city.  The Gothic arcades and spires are very well photographed and there is much to be admired, when standing under its ornate splendour.  After a packed days sightseeing in and around the Old Town, the square provides a great place to kick back and relax.  Revel in the bohemian atmosphere as you sip on a well deserved drink and soak up the ambience provided by the locals, the buildings and the general history of the place.

A short wander away you will find the Charles Bridge.  This bridge connects the Old Town with the rest of the city and in summer you can spend a whole day, marvelling at the street artists and painters, and street vendors who spring up everywhere.  At over 500 metres long, the bridge was a wonder of engineering when it was built in the 1300’s, resting on 16 arches and wide enough to accommodate up to 4 horse drawn carriages and carts side by side.

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