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Eurostars David - Prague Hotels
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Naplavni 6, Prague 12000 - Map
"Well situated hotel, definitely a four star. "
I had a lovely short break in Prague and stayed in this hotel. It is situated well and is about a 15 minute walk to the old town. The hotel staff were very helpful and can advise you where to go etc when you first check in.. They also give you a map! The room is very nice, especially as the bathroom has a bathtub and integrated shower. Rooms are cleaned daily. On my first night, my window flew open twice as the lock was broken so I informed reception and they moved me into another room across the corridor straight away. The headboards on the beds are a bit wear and tear but you can overlook that. Breakfast had a good selection of hot and cold and a good variety. I did not use the sauna or gum so I can't comment on that. I would definitely stay here again and recommend a friend.
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This hotel is located in Prague (Nove Mesto), close to Prague Dancing House, Prague National Theatre, and Lucerna Arcade …More
Eurostars Thalia - Prague Hotels
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Eurostars Thalia

Narodni Trida 13, Prague 11000 - Map
"Modern, clean and well located "
Highly recommended near the main square (10 minute walk), rooms are very modern and comfortable. Great washroom with full bath. Free wi-fi.
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This romantic hotel is located in the heart of Prague, walking distance from Laterna Magika, Prague National Theatre, and …More

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    Founded in 1348 by Charles IV and redeveloped in the 19th century, the New Town originally played host to Prague’s craftsmen and tradesfolk. Many of the city’s cultural and civic institutions are here, including the National Theatre, the State Opera ,and the New Town Hall. The most famous landmark is Wenceslas Square, home of the Velvet Revolution in 1989.

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