Hotel Red Lion
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Red Lion Prague
The Red Lion served up a pleasant surprise. The arrangements on arrival were slightly curious, as we were sent about 100 yards up a steep cobbled hill to check-in at its sister hotel (I think this is because we arrived after 10pm). However, once we were able to access the room it was a beautifully decorated period room, offering comfort and a traditional feel in an historic city.
Breakfast was a decent selection of bread, fruit, cereals, yoghurt, cakes and hot and cold drinks. The hotel added to a fabulous stay in a fantastic city.
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Our first impressions of Prague as we drove in and then walked the street near the hotel was underwhelming. What does everyone go on about in regards to this place. It's old and seems a but rundown with a lot of graffiti.
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