Stayed at the Cloister Inn for 6 nights. The rooms were huge by any standards and well furnished including a small refrigerator to keep a few beers (assuming you need more after the beer gardens ...). The staff was very helpful throughout our stay, making dinner reservations, answering questions, and selling transit tickets. The breakfast was fine though espresso drinks weren't available except in the lobby. The location was very convenient, near the main square, but on a quiet street. It was also around the corner from the No. 22 tram stop and other tram lines. Overall, the Inn was a great value for the cost.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located in the oldest part of the historical city centre, just steps from the monumental Charles Bridge, in the vicinity of the picturesque Old Town Square, in a cobblestone lane free of traffic. The building is a part of medieval monastery complex, still inhabited by the Grey Sisters of Mercy, with the church of St. Bartholomew diligently renovated owing to the funds granted by H.R.H., the Prince of Wales. You will be embraced by historical sights, tourist attractions, museums, theatres, restaurants and cafes of the Old Town of Prague. Our hotel standards are guaranteed by the Czech Hotel Federation. We offer * * * * services for * * * prices. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Cloister Hotel Prague
- Cloister Inn Prague