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Pension Bonaparte
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Reviewed 1 April 2005

We have just returned from a fantastic Easter break. The Pension Bonaparte is ideally situated just minutes from The Metro and Tram in fact with the exception of 1 taxi we travelled everywhere by Metro and Tram for the princely sum of £6.00 each which gave us 7 days unlimited travel (we were there for 5 days so bought a 7 day ticket) as a 3 day ticket was £4.80. The public transport system is simple and very reliable in fact we could learn a lot from it! The staff in the hotel were lovely very helpful and very knowledgeable nothing was too much trouble for them, we forgot to take a contintal adaptor but hey presto they found us one and when we arrived before check-in time we were allowed into our room to unpack before they cleaned it through.Andel itself has plenty of restaurants and some lovely bars so you don't need to venture too far if you don't want to. We will certainly be going back.

  • Stayed: March 2005
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9  Thank ClaireandTaff
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Reviewed 27 March 2005

We just got back from a romantic Prague break and the Bonaparte was great value for us. We were pleased not to be sharing the hotel with any stag parties (although as we went from Sunday to Wednesday perhaps that wasn't surprising). While the location is a little bit out of the old centre it's nice to be away from the mass tourist areas, and it's an easy 30 mins walk along the river to the castle area. We walked almost everywhere in fact, but metro and tram services are a block away from the hotel.
We had a warm comfortable and clean room, plenty of hot water for baths, no noise from the other rooms but in summer there might be a bit of street noise with the windows open.
Staff friendly and helpful, booked us taxis and advised us on appropriate fares, breakfast was cereal and yoghurt, ham and cheese with bread, sweet pastries and jam, tea/coffee/juice etc.
Overall I'd recommend the Bonaparte to anyone who wants a reasonable place to stay on a budget in Prague.

  • Stayed: March 2005
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10  Thank Zanzibar Susie
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Reviewed 19 October 2004

Spent 3 nights at the Pension Bonaparte 15/08 to 17/08. The room is fairly small but comfortable and clean, we were not expecting a fantastic room due to the price we had paid. There is a TV and well stocked mini bar which is unbelievably cheap. 30 koruna for a large bottle of beer :). Bathroom has a large shower area and powerful shower which is very good. We did not have much interaction with the staff but from what we did they were friendly enough. We did feel quite bad ringing the door bell in the early hours each night to let us in :0) .

Breakfast was continental style and is okay, we were hoping for a cooked breakfast but admittedly we only managed to get up for breakfast once.

We found that the best way to get to the centre was by tube which was a couple of minutes walk away. The tube station is called Andel and you need to make your way to Mustuk station (2 stops 10 mins)which is very close to the main square. The ticket system is primitive and hard to work out initially as nobody appears to buy a ticket but we worked out that the ticket machine offers tickets dependant on time i.e. 90mins was 12k i think. There are no ticket barriers like in London and you basically put your ticket into a machine that date stamps it for you. We did not see anyone who worked at the tube station at any point during our stay.

Be careful if taking a taxi back from the centre as the prices vary alot. Best to get a price before you get in. The tube system works until midnight and then you have the option of trams or taxi's. We rarely left the centre until after 3am so we knew that taxi's were really the only option.

Overall a good hotel.

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