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Stayed there for a 4 days city tour. Our experience was very positive. The hotel has excellent location right in the historical center, still a bit away from the noise, with well equipped rooms, clean and comfort. The hotel is being run with family style....More
Three of us stayed for a long weekend in May and had a great time.
Premysl met us a the airport and was exceptionally helpful - made bookings for us at a great Music Club, took us to the Technical Museum and was very helpful...More
all staff were more than willing to assist,
facilities were great as was location
breakfast was great
nothing seemed to be too much for staff they were so helpful in many aspects during our stay they were warm friendly and approachable
would love to stay...More
We had a great 4 night stay at the Red Chair Hotel in early May. The location of the hotel can't be beat -- it's on a quiet street just a few blocks from the Old Town Square. Breakfast is included in the price and...More
One of the oldest neighbourhoods in town represents the medieval heart of Prague. It’s no surprise it is bustling with tourists every time of day. Križovnický square, overlooking Charles Bridge with Prague Castle in the background, is probably the most beautiful square in the city. Its unique historical atmosphere of gothic houses and churches, cobblestone streets and squares, and stone towers blend together with the
modern era. A vast array of bars, restaurants, dance clubs, international brand shops, galleries and hotels bring life to the old city. With its charming and picturesque cobblestone streets, the nightlife and parties will surely be unforgettable.
I found my reviews: Restaurant Achat is about a block from The Red Chair on the same side of the street walking toward the clock. The food was good, especially the garlic soup. The Restaurant at Golden Scissors is just... More
I found my reviews: Restaurant Achat is about a block from The Red Chair on the same side of the street walking toward the clock. The food was good, especially the garlic soup. The Restaurant at Golden Scissors is just across the bridge and the food there is excellent. We ate at the Restaurant Hotel U Prince one night just because all the restaurants had a long wait time, and we had 3 hungry children with us. I wasn't impressed with the food, but at least we were able to sit down and rest after a long day of walking. The worst food we had during the 3 weeks we were in Europe was at Certovka. It's across the bridge from the hotel and has a unique narros walkway down the steps to it. The view is fabulous, but the food was awful. They also charge for the bread they place on your table. This is common in a lot of the restaurants, so if you don't really want the bread, AND you don't want to pay for it, ask to have it removed. Hope this helps. There is more detail about these places on my posts. Be sure to visit Saints Cyril and Methodius Church if you're interested in WWII history.