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Just come back from 3 nights in Ambra. We had been upgraded due to works going on in our original booking so for value we can’t fault it.
Great location 2 mins from the old town square and 5 mins from Charles Bridge.
Few steps from the metro, very very clean apartment equipped with everything you can imagine to feel that you are in your own home. There is halal restaurant next to the apartment offers good shawarma. The owners were very helpful. We stayed 5 nights and...More
We arrived very late in the evening. The 'reception' is in a different hotel. The check in went smooth. From the reception they called a taxi on the house that got us to the appartment. From the moment of check in until we left the...More
Our room was Duorak but the receptionist has swapped to Vivaldi as the room was ready earlier. I didn't ask for more details but next time I would.
Both apartments located in the same building and on the same floor. The big difference are:
We stayed at Maiselova 17, next to the Old-New Synagogue. The location was great. Close to the main sights and to a metro station. The apartment was large. Reception was about a kilometer away, and transportation to the apartment was provided. All nice except for...More
US$121 - US$188 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Kitchenette, Non-Smoking Rooms, Suites, Family Rooms
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Josefov houses Prague’s Jewish community. This small neighbourhood centered around Široká street is completely surrounded by Staré Město (Old Town). As the former Jewish Ghetto, today all that remains are a few synagogues and the oldest surviving Jewish cemetery in Europe. The narrow streets were once small enough that a person could touch the houses on both sides. You can still feel the dignity and history this
neighbourhood carries in its legacy as Franz Kafka’s birthplace. Nearby streets are full of kosher restaurants, museums and antique bookstores.