Bishop's House Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBishop's House Hotel Prague
This hotel was picked because of its proximity to both downtown, and the castle. I would equate it to a more private hostel than a hotel. History aside, there was nothing the hotel offered outside of its location. Safety and privacy were a constant issue, as the door never fully locked, and the lockless window in the bathroom was accessible to anyone walking in the hallway. I found this out first-hand when I went for a walk, and, out of the corner of my eye, saw someone walking in their room. When the person turned and saw me, I realized it was my wife. The staff was less than helpful, and usually explained away the issues (ie door not locking) as something they "are looking into fixing". I would not stay here again, unless I was using it as a cheap upgrade from a hostel. UPDATE: Based on some travel sites, the hotel was significantly upgraded in 2015, which may have corrected the issues I had experienced.
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Today we decided to join a group tour so we could understand the full history behind the beautiful buildings in Prague, it started at 10 am where we headed to Prague castle which was really beautiful, we then walked throughout Prague until we reached the point for the short boat cruise, after the cruise we walked across Charles bridge and headed to lunch where we had ...
... one privy during the 1800's. The last occupant lived there until 1952. At around 4:00 pm we started our 150 km journey to the German border city of Dresden filling up with gas for the first time (see photo) and arriving at our Dresden suburb AirB&B apartment. We ventured into downtown Dresden.for a bite to eat in Neumarket Square before heading back to a nice warm apartment after a very cold ...
... school, but everyone has been ridiculously welcoming, most being Aussies which give us an instant bond. The 6 of us newbies (the "gang" which we have repedetly called ourselves) were friends instantly and our support system was made. 2 of the newbies were girls that are staying in our room, an Aussie/moved to London teacher and a Canadian/moved to London teacher...Yep all teachers in the hostel room. Lots of laughs and instant selfies. The ...
... I was once told that pool is like sex which I'm sure is untrue as a game of pool lasts much, much longer than every sexual encounter I've ever been involved in. Perhaps the allusion had to do with knowing when to be gentle and when to be aggressive - clearly these lads hadn't been given the same advice, or if they had, sex in Poland is a brutal and wild affair that frequently doesn't hit the mark.
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... out onto the street in search of dinner.
It wasn't made clear what would happen if you couldn't walk out. Sorry, but no photos allowed inside the Spa!
What’s not to like about this country????
More details here: http://www.pivnilaznebbbpraha.cz/
(Depending on how good your Czech language skills are, best to use Google Chrome browser and let google translate to English)