Agree with the last review. Stayed at the Madrid suite which for the 2 of us was simply huge with 15th century painted ceilings. TV had decent satellite channels and there is a kitchenette with tea and coffee facilities and if you are organised you can go to Tescos and cook your own breakfast. If you want to use the cafe attached to the hotel there is a decent contintental breakfast for 160Kc (about £4-5). Having said that I found a great English breakfast in a cafe next to the Paris hotel for about £4 with egg, baked beans and fantastic apple juice.
Only downside with the Madrid is that it only has a shower but that is a small blot on the landscape. This is an unusual but welcome change from the chains of hotels and decent value. On past visits have stayed at Jalta and Cloister Inn, both well rated but would definitely stay here again
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- If you decide to stay at the Retezova Residence in Prague's Old Town, you will be surprised. All the nine four-star apartments provide sophisticated comfort, well hidden in their stylish furniture and harmoniously complementing the historical interiors. Air-conditioning ( not Studio Room Type), wi-fi or broadband internet access, satellite TV, CD/DVD players and other facilities are naturally a given. Retezova will enchant lovers of romance, small to large families, couples, friends travelling together. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Residence Retezova Hotel
- Residence Retezova Prague