Our family really enjoyed five days in Alt Pension in May. Both us and our children (3,5 and 1,5) were satisfied with accommodation, location ad very friendly owners. We took advantage from location outside city center, because we wanted to explore also some places near Prague which are family oriented (i.e. Farm Botanicus, castle Berchtold, Mirakulum, farm Blanik). Accommodation was very clean, we had a room with small kitchen. Finaly we did not use it, because dinners were really very tasty, also for our children. There is pretty big garden with playground and another one is just two minutes by walk. Perfect for small children. I would definitely reccommend this pension for young families.
sinad from Bratislava
This guesthouse is located in Prague (Hajek), where area attractions include Dendrological Garden of the Silva Tarouca, Lake …More
This was hands down the best accommodation we have ever stayed in. This was the final stop in a 10 city European holiday for my family, and it far and away eclipsed all the other places we stayed. The facilities were excellent, the location is amazing, and the apartments (we had a One Bedroom Apartment, and we booked the Attic Apartment for mum) were fantastic, the key thing that made the biggest difference though was the people - all the Arcadia staff went well and truly out of their way to ensure we had a wonderful stay, and that we were able to make the most of our time in their beautiful city.
Sam from Nowra, Australia
Arcadia Residence offers the convenience of an apartment in Prague with the services of a hotel, at competitive prices. …More
This was either my 4th or 5th stay at Inos. Prague in January is great because the weather is cold but not miserable - 3 of my 4 day stay were sunny - there are few tourists around and consequently really good deals can be had on decent standard hotels (I guess their priority is retaining staff and staying open), particularly if they are not right in the centre. First time visitors to this wonderful city might prefer to be more centrally located, but once you get the hang of the great public transport system, staying a mile or two out has big advantages: It's quiet: The beer prices plummet (Studanka, opposite Inos, not grand but welcoming, a pint cost less than 60p!) Inos is a genuinely good 3* hotel, with really comfy beds and excellent standards of cleanliness. I paid £17 a night....which is superb value and, fingers crossed, I'll be there again in 12 months time.
Prague City Center is only 10 minutes away via tram or metro from the Inos Hotel, a value-for-money Prague Business Hotel …More
Between the apartment, the location and the amenities we really felt at home. We had a great experience which began with the welcome from the staff which was very friendly and helpful. Then the location just a short walk from Vysehrad was very convenient. Getting to the metro was a short 15 minute walk through scenic Vysehrad and once there we were only three stops from downtown.
Glenn from Vancouver, BC
Guest rooms and apartments situated in one of the oldest parts of Prague, only 5 minutes by tram along the river from the …More