No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Otar Prague
Travel Blogs from Prague
... envy from Rach’s roast wild boar - amazing, although my slow cooked Pork Neck was delicious too. After all the chocolate, beer, beer and dinner we skipped dessert for once. It hasn’t happened often on this trip I can say with all honesty.
The next morning, after another delicious cooked breakfast prepared by Jana, we headed out to hit the shops for souvenirs and to see what the shops of Prague had to offer. Rach was keen to hit up the stores and ...
... and Paul waited until they opened. She proceeded to tell Paul that we actually did have a flight and it was leaving from Terminal 1 so advised us to quickly make our way over there as there wasn't alot of time.
Are you serious?? This can't be really happening, but it was so we did just that.
This is our 3rd Terminal. There are only 3 and we have done the lot. Still no flight to be found and getting more annoyed by the minute and going around in ...
... Second Defenestration of Prague. If you would like to know what that is, do we have a class for you ! Ask any one of us -- we will tell you ! I think our guide was a bit taken aback by our enthusiasm, but Prof. Taylor and I were proud of the students' proper respect for this relic of history !
Sigh. Another great day. And more to come !
PS: Did I mention that some folks got to shoot crossbows at the Castle??
After departing Paris, we flew to Munich via Copenhagen. This was a bit out of the way, but the cheapest way to get to Munich given the public holiday. We arrived at the hotel just in time for the tour briefing (by 10 minutes!).
The hotel was close to the airport but extremely inconvenient for visiting down town Munich as it would take an hour on the train. Given that Bec still has no voice, we figured we would eat ...
... and walked across the border which didnt actually exist to The Czech Republic. On this side the city is called Cesky Tesin. We found the train station and bought a ticket to Prague. Across the street from the station was a good local diner where we feasted before jumping on the first train. The first train only took us a short way, and we had to change trains in order to get to Prague. It was a smooth ride and we landed down in Prague a few hours later. We had got a ...