Clarion Hotel Prague Old Town
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... somewhere to eat for lunch. We came across a nice looking place where we could sit outside & enjoy the sun. We had a beer and radler while sitting in the sun & the most amazing pork knuckle. It was huge and so tenderly cooked. After this we had full belly's & full brains, we were ready for a nap.
We headed out to do some more exploring, after we had walked up an appetite we found a stall selling takeaway food. We decided to get ...
... tour: a topless 1929 Ford Model A. Happy Gord! It was fun but not as educational or as long as the free walking tours. Still, as my leg is still problematic and Gord loves cars, it was a great option for us. After the tour, we explored the square and the streets. We wandered down to the river when Gord suggested a river cruise, but we opted for more walking. Found ourselves in the national concert hall (?) which was pretty cool. Then ...
... provided and we travelled to the very old Marx cemetery ( Mozart is also buried there).... A wreath was placed on the grave of Alexandro's Ipsilandis who was a famous resistance fighter against the Turks in 1821....and more patriotic songs and speeches were offered in honour of the event....it was very moving to see Nikki singing her national anthemn....she does not get the opportunity very often and it was a very special day. We went to the Vienna market....it ...
... more of the building now with paid access. St Vitus was a grand old cathedral, which was of course to be expected in an Eastern European city. After the cathedral I looked through part of a palace, which was kind of sparse, another church and finally went through an area called the Golden Lane.
The Golden Lane was probably the most interesting of all the places here I went through. It was a small lane which consisted ...
... skeptical to try it at first since dark lagers usually tastle like dirt, but turns out it was absolutely DELICIOUS! We drank a couple of rounds and had a few shots while chilling there for a few hours, just enjoying the atmosphere and culture around us. There were these old men going around the tables dressed up in traditional garb playing the accordian and tuba, and all of the walls were wooden with antique pictures on the ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Clarion Hotel Prague Old Town
Stayed here with a package from Gate 1 Travel. Very pleasant hotel. The rooms were clean, modern and spacious, the complimentary breakfast was impressive. It is a healthy walk to most of the attractions in the old city, but that wasn't a problem for us. Would stay there again.
The Clarion Hotel in Prague was a pleasant surprise. It was even better than it looked online. Conveniently located about a 20 minute walk from Charles Bridge, overlooking the Vlatva River, it was spotlessly clean and the staff was pleasant with decent English. Their driver was waiting for us at the airport (750 crowns - about $30 - for airport ride). Room was large and very comfortable. Bring your own facecloths - none are provided - but I hear that's true of most of Europe. First class restaurant should have been busier, but it was not in the immediate downtown area, so not a lot of walk-by traffic. Breakfast buffet (included w/room) was very good. Had a little trouble with the wireless internet the last day, but they let us use the computer in the lobby. Only a 5 minute walk to the subway. Public transit in Prague is phenomenal - three day pass unlimited subway/bus/tram was about $8.00. Would definitely stay there again.
Just arrived from Prague and staid at Clarion.
Prague is a wonderful city, i loved it !!!!!
The Hotel was good, with not very big, but modern and clean rooms.
The Hotel is not in the central area of the old town, but you can get there by walking about 10-15 minutes.
Breakfast had all the essencials, altough not stunning.
Donīt forget to give a tip to the guy that carryes the luggage, even if he does it for only five meters, or he can be very rude, as it happened to me.
The hotel is located to the north east of the old town square about 10 min walk.
Comfortable but small rooms
Prague: September 27, 2005 Comfortable but small room
Clarion, Hrrrradebni 9, is located within walking distance to most attactions such as Main Square, Charles Bridge, etc. Clean room but very samll. Breakfast is good but not outstanding. Nice lounge in lobby. Did not eat meals at hotel other than breakfast so don't know how good the food is at the resturant. We would stay again.
Just got back from Prague and stayed at the Clarion on the recommendations of this website. The Hotel was excellent, could not fault the rooms and the staff. The only problem we had is that we booked a taxi to pick us from the Airport, via the hotel, and we got charged CK200 more than quoted on the phone - CK1000 in total. We were told by the Hotel that it is CK800 from the Hotel to the Airport but CK1000 from the airport to the Hotel. So if you are booking via the Hotel, make sure they inform you about this extra CK200 charge. TBH I think we were over-charged quite a lot and would, in future, just pick-up a taxi at the airport and agree a price beforehand.
Quick review...clean and modern rooms, air conditioning, hot shower. Hotel is not fancy by any Western standars, but right up there for Eastern Europe. I did not notice anything wrong with my room. I only slept there, meaning...Prague is such a wonderful place to visit that if you are wasting time in your room shame on you!
I have just returned from a 3 day / 2 night break in Prague, staying at the Clarion Hotel. I was let down by another on-line booking agent, and was struggling to find accomodation in the centre of Prague.