Hotel Vitkov Prague

Konevova 114, 130 00 Prague 3 130 00, Prague, Czech Republic | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the Praha 3 area of Prague, is near Zizkov TV Tower, Kampa Park, Military Museum, and Ledebour Garden.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Vitkov Prague

Reviewed by summersabroad

Perfectly Fine

Reviewed Jul 16, 2012
by (10 reviews) Charlottesville , United States Flag of United States

Nothing special. The rooms were clean and comfortable and it's right on a tram and bus line that will get you to different parts of the center of the city within about 15 minutes. However, internet was not free and very wonky in the rooms -- more reliable, if slow, in the lobby. For something one pays for, that was highly disappointing.

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Reviewed by sguerreiro

Confortável!

Reviewed Sep 1, 2007
by (7 reviews) Barreiro , Portugal Flag of Portugal

Hotel com uma boa relação qualidade preço, muito confortável. Fica situado a cerca de 10 minutos do centro indo de eléctrico, a paragem fica em frente ao Hotel.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Vitkov Prague

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
 

Travel Blogs from Prague

Time for new currency... again

A travel blog entry by buckleypup on Jul 23, 2014

5 photos

A fairly smooth ride onto Prague. We arrived at the hotel which was quite nice, some time to freshen up then a short walking tour before dinner to orientate ourselves. A traditional 3 course meal and free house beer hit the spot after the long bus ride. My first impressions of Prague... amazing! and at night, even more spectacular and beautiful. …

To Prague

A travel blog entry by skdowler on May 07, 2014

Most of today was spent driving, with us only getting to Prague st around tea time. We dropped the bags off and went for a walking tour, getting some photos and seeing the main sites. Had roast chicken for tea which was awesome compared to last couple of teas. Went straight from tea to a local bar with the whole group. After this a smaller group of …

Prague city tour

A travel blog entry by gr0p3r on Jul 08, 2014

1 comment, 14 photos

... do some washing now my clothes stink. The club had a basement chill out zone with wifi and a few games. Up from that was an ice bar, where everything is made from ice including the cups. The other floors were dance music, RnB, oldies and one more I can't recall. Each level was also themed. Lasers, smoke, lights and all sorts of different flooring were used. When we arrived at about 11 it was pretty dead. It's great for getting served. Stefan shouted us all shots ...

Prague, I miss you already

A travel blog entry by danielle.daitch on Apr 27, 2014

4 comments, 14 photos

... Zlata Ulika). This street looks like the real disney world. At the end of the day, we were exhausted from the 8 hours of touring!

The next morning we woke up early to see the Charles bridge with less people, close to dawn. We then got a pastry breakfast and walked up the Lesser Town bridge tower museum for a great view of the city. At 11, we headed back to old town for a tour of the Jewish quarters with a much less vivacious tour guide. One incredible site there ...

A day in Prague and some fancy shopping

A travel blog entry by pegardyne on Jul 08, 2013

... it would not have been fun to be on the wrong side of. This was one of the highlights of the castle. From here we walked down to the Charles bridge and changed our left over Swedish money into Cezch money from one of the less dodgy looking exchange places. We wandered over the bridge which was built by King Charles in 1300's and hasn't had much done to it since. It is was huge and solid and only open for foot traffic and all the street vendors selling touristy ...