No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
Photos of Jerabek Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Jerabek Hotel Prague
Travel Blogs from Prague
... there were local markets and we bought some food for lunch. Walked down to the river, back through the Jewish Quarter to the Old Town Square with St Nicholas church (being renovated) the astronomical clock, House of the Minute and other assorted goodies. Had a yummy ice cream here then on to Wenceslas Square which is more of a long avenue than a square. This is another wow city, with so many interesting buildings and narrow cobbled streets going off from ...
... about america when she was an au pair there. She said what she didn't like is that all of our food was so sweet, even our bread. I had never heard anyone say that before, but after eating non-processed, hand made food all week, I can see what she was talking about. She talked about how her first PB&J was the grossest thing ever, but she ended up loving it by the end. It's interesting because everyone I have met from here seems to ...
... by Simon it was so neat - not. 1107 is just by the lifts and as each floor has 100 rooms built around a central atrium we had a wee walk as 1048 was on the far side - going left is a slightly shorter walk by 5metres than going right.
Each time we need to go outside we will be warmed up from the walk!
It was great to see Rachel and she was still the same - she managed to spread her shoes etc across the floor of our room as soon as we had walked in. Her bed ...
... saw the Church of Our Lady Before Tyn and astronomical clock and tower. They had stalls in the Old Town Square for Easter - Easter Markets seem to be a thing in Europe! Went over to Prague Castle and walked round there. We got some great views over the city and also of St. Vitus Cathedral which is within the castle area. We got a 'sliced potato stick' which was pretty much just crisps on a stick! Walked back to ...
... and went back into central Prague for a chat and a beer in a cafe.
Shown onto bus by B, to Apple Repair store to get iPod and laptop fixed, only to find 3 day turnaround and expensive diagnosis without repair. To Josefov, wandering around near Jewish cemetery, in Old-New Synagogue (oldest building in Jewish quarter and one of Europe’s oldest synagogues). Visited ISIC point only to find that it could only make ISIC cards for ...