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Just returned from a 3 night stay at Hotel Sofia booked through EasyJet. Perhaps I wasn't observant enough but at no point in the booking process was it mentioned that the Sofia was a Bulgarian owned and run hotel with a Bulgarian speciality restaurant -...More
We were very happy at the Sofia Hotel in Praha and as soon as we retrun to Praha, we will choose Sofia again. Good location, good rooms, good breakfast, good staff. The only complaint I have, which I expressed in the review, is the taxi...More
nice cheap hotel.rooms cleaned every day and breakfast enough to start you off.we found the staff at reception very nice and aggness is the best and so helpful,she is such a nice person and she made myself and husband laugh.nothing was a problem...More
3 night break in March.
Location: ok. 15 min walk to Museum and Wenceslas Square and 20 mins from the Old Town. The metro station is about 2 mins away which takes you everywhere else. Good variety of restaurants and bars surrouding hotel. Quiet location...More
Booked as package with easyJet airline, this three-star listed hotel is really just a good, clean, friendly, quiet and quite small guesthouse. All the very small bedrooms are on the second and third floors and there is no lift !!
Well placed though, just off-centre...More
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Vinohrady & Vrsovice / Praha 2
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Sofia Hotel Prague
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Vinohrady & Vrsovice
Compared to the medieval heart of Prague, this neighbourhood standing on former vineyards developed very quickly in the first decades of the 19th century. Today, it is the place where everyone wants to live, and those who do, are proud of it. With its amazing parks, classicist houses, terrace cafés, artsy bars, cozy restaurants, markets, and vintage and trendy shops, it is a home for people from all around the
world. This area blends expats, families, bohemian students and Prague’s hip community. It is a great place for breakfast in the morning, the best lunch places and a buzzing night life. After sundown, stroll down to Vršovice, the new center of the hipster, alternative and gay scenes in Prague.