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K&K Hotel Central Prague - Prague Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars
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K&K Hotel Central Prague

Hybernska 10, Prague 11000 - Map
"Good central location, clean and comfortable"
Nice hotel, clean, food ok, room comfortable. Good central location-5minutes walk and you are in the old town square. 15/20 minutes walk along the main shopping street to tram 22 which takes you to the castle. 15/20 minute walk to Charles bridge and lesser town square. A large modern shopping complex is just 5 minutes walk away with a range of restaurants and coffee shops inside. Would recommend paying for an all day tram ticket on a wet day.. good way to see the city.. cheaper than a hop on hop off bus tour.
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Dating from 1900, this distinctive Art Nouveau hotel offers an ideal location in the heart of Prague, just 100 meters from …More
K&K Hotel Fenix - Prague Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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K&K Hotel Fenix

Ve Smeckach 30, Prague 11000 - Map
"Nice hotel in an ideal location "
The hotel was in an ideal location , a short walk from Wenceslass square . It enabled us to walk to most of the main sights . The hotel staff were friendly and helpful . We booked a room for three people, which can sometimes present a problem but the Kk hotel made sure the room slept three comfortably . No making do with a sofa bed . Made our stay in beautiful Prague even more enjoyable .
Traveller from london
Just off Wenceslas Square in central Prague, the hotel is a block from the National Museum and less than 2 kilometres from …More

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    Pocket Guide: Prague 2 Nove Mesto K & K Hotels

    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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