Hotel U Tri Pstrosu (At the Three Ostriches)

Drazickeho Namesti 76/12, Prague, 118 00 , Czech Republic | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Praha 1 area of Prague, is near Lesser Quarter (Mala Strana), Church of St. Nicholas (Chram svateho Mikulase), Lennon Wall, and Franz Kafka Museum.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel U Tri Pstrosu (At the Three Ostriches) Prague

    Reviewed by kauairent

    Incredible Location + Facility

    Reviewed Aug 26, 2012
    by (4 reviews) , Greece Flag of Greece

    First time in this hotel, second time in Prague. The hotel was wonderful! Front desk was very helpful for directions in using public transportation and any questions asked. We had a spectacular room at the base of tower on the Charles Bridge. Right in the middle of it all! Close to public transport, dining and all the best of Old Town! Huge room, clean, very comfortable, large bath and dressing area. We loved it and would highly recommend it!

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel U Tri Pstrosu (At the Three Ostriches) Prague

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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    A travel blog entry by katie.jefferson on Aug 14, 2014

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    ... Bradley had quite a yummy baguette with bacon, egg, hashbrown and sauce in it and I had a good old bacon and egg Mc Muffin. We also had a cappuccino from the Mc Cafe to help with the morning, but they were both quite bitter and we didn't think drinking all of it would actually help much and might make us feel worse! We definitely felt better after some food though. We then wandered down Wenceslas Square, admiring all the (closed) shops. At the end of Wenceslas Square it turns into ...

    Prague, part II

    A travel blog entry by spsadventures on Apr 19, 2014

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    ... is that there is no automatic ticket machine at that stop, so if you want a ticket for the next day, you should buy it wherever you bought your ticket for the first day, and just don't activate it until the next morning.

    The hotel lobby is exactly what I would expect from a 4-star hotel. It was well-decorated, shiny and new. The service was excellent. The hallways and rooms probably weren't redecorated as recently, but they were ...

    Prague: Day 3

    A travel blog entry by jeffdavis152 on Dec 12, 2013

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    ... people. The giant paintings depicting war scenes hung from the walls, and an angelic figure decorated the ceiling. The warm wood tones made the room feel cozy despite the graphic illustrations. The next room was by far my favorite. I found that I was really taken by Mucha’s lithographic art shown in his museum, and this room was completely designed, down to the furniture, by Mucha. The ceiling showed Slavic characters ...

    Prague - day 17

    A travel blog entry by jennydawson on Oct 10, 2013

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    ... and having a drink but it was 15 mins away and pouring with rain so we just decided to head back to the hotel. The rain was as bad as Rome when we were there but the umbrellas did a good job though it needed to be a bit bigger to fit both of us in! Got back to the hotel and stripped off the wet clothes to dry, replaced the bags and off to sleep. Really good day, and it was lucky the rain held off until the evening so we could still enjoy the day and get great ...

    Prague Sprung

    A travel blog entry by aviruthia on May 18, 2013


    On a train leaving Prague, collecting my thoughts.

    One "train" of thought concerns Prague itself. For example, that the term "Prague spring" takes on a wonderful meaning when I recall the lilac bushes that perfumed the air and the towering spikes of the chestnut trees in bloom. The city is as beautiful as everyone describes, with churches and towers going back past the 13th century, and ornate shops and residences from the 19th lining the streets. On my first day I ...