It's very nice small hotel in one of most quieter and magical quarter in Prague. The view and the restaurant is magnificent, breakfast is extremely good (€12-15 per person extra, but it worth it). It have all amenities of modern hotel (and all of them working well) yet it's very small and charming place with more personal spirit.
My only negative is that even it's on very quiet street, in-house loudness is quite big. You can hear neighbouring TV, voices, chairs moving, cleaning restaurant in the night/preparing in morning etc. But if you don't mind this, it's one of the best places to stay in Prague.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Charming traditional retreat in 16th-century Emperor's residence, set beneath the walls of Prague Castle. Wander up the cobbled, traffic-free streets to The Golden Well (U Zlate Studne), clinging to the wall in the shadow of Prague Castle, and you will uncover one of the city's best kept secrets. This modest collection of little inter-locking houses was once home to Emperor Rudolf II, and later the astronomer Tycho de Brahe. Sensitive renovation - has created a cosy yet refined hotel. The result is a pleasing balance of mod cons - internet access, satellite TV - and old style elegance. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Golden Well (u Zlate Studne) Hotel Prague