Best Value in Prague
Posted Jul 14, 2010
I was a little concerned about the lack of directions to the apartments and the lack of check-in/check-out instructions from the property owner. We were able to find approximately where it was by Googling the address, but I got the impression that if we were to arrive later than say, 8 pm, nobody would have answered the door given that it was not a hotel with a dedicated check-in counter. (I could be mistaken, the proprietor lives in the bottom apartment and she said she is there always from 10am-6pm, and may be or not at other times.) The apartment itself was quite large (large bedroom with queen-sized bed, separate dining room, kitchen, large bathroom and a hallway with lots of closetspace), clean and modern, and surprisingly, equipped with a full brand new kitchen and a washer/dryer and free Wi-Fi. The proprietor was pleasant and took the time to walk us up to the apartment, showed us how everything worked, and then pointed out places of interest on the map. The apartment was situated a short walk from both the main square and a Tesco Supermarket. The only knock against it would be that where were no fans in the apartment--making it extremely hot in the beginning of July--it's so cheap though that it would be worth it to buy a cheap fan for longer stays there.