Very much enjoyed our stay. The hotel was an oasis in the middle of a busy, noisy city. Despite being on a quiet street, you're only a block or two from main thoroughfares and city sights. There's a terrific restaurant/bar at the end of the block. (Chlupatyno Ducha) Very cheap beer and reasonably-priced food such as pizzas and soups. My wife and I also followed the Cloister Inn recommendation of Restaurant Stoleti, which is also just down the block. While upscale by Prague standards, the prices were very reasonable and the food and service were excellent.
Hotel felt very safe and all staff was pleasant and attentive. I had the hotel arrange for airport pickup, which was inexpensive and on-time. A 5am departure back to the airport similarly presented no problems.
- 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