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... seemed to be opposite each other so we really had no idea where to go. We decided to go back into the town centre instead and maybe try the brewery later. So we walked back to Charles Bridge which is where we were last night. It was insanely busy with tourists taking photos and tour groups going past. From the bridge we got a really nice view looking up at the castle and the basilica on the hill. It was very pretty! We walked back to ...
... the old town side of Charles Bridge we were able to admire the view of Prague Castle. It is the large castle in the world. Pretty amazing!
We found a few good posies around the city to enjoy a few of the Czech beers. The best view would have been the beer garden over looking the city.
Prague is a really beautiful city to ...
... light. The effect is fluid movement as if you're watching an ever changing art instillation. If your in Prague go it's amazing.
The day ended with seeing part of the Czeh Futbol game in the Square. to give you an idea of how big this is: Fireman sitting on there truck watching the game with beer, People could hardly move through the square and tourist blended into everyone else for once.
... heat) and went and did some sightseeing. This included going to see two museums of which the buildings themselves were amazing and the big dome cathedral. After visiting these places we realised our 2 days was not going to be enough so we quickly came to a mutual decision to extend it to 3 days. We then carried on to see Checkpoint Charlie and ended up spending 1 1/2 - 2 hours there reading the well presented informative display (and for free as well!). For us ...
... door. There we were given a recommend itinerary for our two days in this Bohemian capital city. We left the office eager with anticipation and opted to walk the block to the shopping center down the street in search of much needed coffee before checking in.
One of our first pleasant surprises was how prevalent the use of English is here. After Czech everything was listed in English, with Russian as the close third. Prague appears to be a very common destination for Russians ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews La Boutique Prague
Wir hatten das "Apartment in separatem Gebäude" gebucht, um die erwähnte Geruchs- und Geräuschkulisse der Brauerei zu umgehen. Daß sich ein "Apartment" von einem einfachen (Doppel-)zimmer - so die in der Hotellerie allgemein übliche Definition - durch einen separaten Koch- und Wohnbereich unterscheidet, war der Rezeptionistin allerdings leider nicht zu vermitteln; sie rief stattdessen ungerührt die Geschäftsführerin, die uns ebenso lapidar mitteilte, daß man uns auch alternativ kein reguläres Zimmer anbieten könne.
Siamo tornati da pochissimo da Praga che già di per se è una città stupenda e sicuramente la Boutique hotel ha contribuito a rendere il nostro soggiorno ancora più piacevole. Le stanze sebbene non molto grandi sono nuovissime, ben arredate e pulite. Le asciugamani vengono cambiate tutti i giorni e per di più vi è un ottimo televisore al palsma (che non guasta mai, anche se a dire vero stando a Praga, guardare la Tv è l'utima cosa che passa per la testa...) in ogni stanza. Alla reception sono molto disponibili, parlano l'inglese, ma la cosa probabilmente che più di ogni altra si nota è la colazione che è ricchissima, qualunque cosa di cui si abbia voglia al risveglio, può essere trovata nell'immenso buffet che questo albergo offre.
We've just returned from a 3-night stay at La Boutique and were as pleasantly surprised with the hotel as we were with Prague as a whole. I say surprised because from some of the comments in the earlier reviews (esp Jan 06) we were starting to dread the prospect! However, what I would say is this:
Nice buget hotel
A nice little hotel with clean rooms and lovely breakfast. Slightly outside of the town but with good links. Unfortunately I did pay extra to upgrade my room on my booking website but was told at the hotel that all the rooms were the same. Also, there was no air con in the rooms and as I was on the groung floor couldn't open the windows. Prague itself was top notch though :).
Kaye J London
I'll have to start this by saying, on the day my boyfriend and I were due to leave for Prague, I stumbled across this website, which had 2 very bad reviews of the hotel and 1 distinctly unremarkable one. Needless to say... I was slightly worried that our trip would turn into the sort of nightmarish ones you see on television. Nevertheless, upon arriving at the hotel we were very pleasantly surprised. The staff were lovely, and we came to realise over the course of our stay that occasionally what may be perceived as rudeness is often simply the result of the language barrier - this may explain the very bad review.
Great hotel, shame about the en suite brewery!
Myself and my husband stayed here during the heatwave of July 2006 and found it to be a nice hotel, but rather noisy. We were given a room on the top floor, which was unfortunately very hot and opening the windows exposed us to the noise of the next door brewery! Saying that, the service was friendly and helpful and the breakfast selection was excellent. So all in all, pack your earplugs and enjoy!
We had some concerns after reading the January revue. However, we suspect that reviewer stayed at a different hotel ....
My wife and I stayed at La Boutique Hotel, Prague, for two nights in June 2006. We had a pleasant stay. Yes, it is literally next to a brewery and, yes, it is on a street that lacks charm. But, we found the reception staff to be friendly and competent, not rude in any way. Our room was quiet. An earlier post said that room 25 was quiet, ours was 27, just down the hall. I predict that all the west rooms are quiet, the north rooms do face a street that is busy during the day but seems calm at night. It is the south and east rooms that must deal with the brewery. The hotel has been remodeled and was the nicest room we had in 5 hotels in Germany, Austria, and Prague. But the kicker was the breakfast! Scrambled eggs and fantastic bacon both days, plus all the fruit, cereal, yogurt, rolls and bread, juice, etc, you would want. The breakfast room is a lovely room to boot. If the brewery isn't a problem, then this is a fine hotel. Otherwise, you might lose lots of sleep, or, you could just drink a few beers and put yourself to sleep! Due to its recent name change, it's hard to get info on this hotel, in fact, the Orbitz map shows a wrong location. The former name was Hotel Berlin, that may help. La Boutique is at the dead end of Staropramenna, where the street runs right into the brewery (indeed the street is named after the brewery!), is 250 meters from the Andel metro station and 180 meters from a major tram stop. It is a very convenient location. We enjoyed our stay and La Boutique deserves better reviews.
The hotel has been refurbished on the inside, and apparently also has been given a new name, namely "La Boutique Hotel Prague" - but the sign outside still says "Hotel Berlin" (or rather "Hotel Berli", with an "n" missing).
Me and a friend had the pleasure of staying in Hotel BerBIN in January. The hotel is situated down an extremely grim side street whcih has an industrial criminal urban feel to it. We were greeted at reception but an exceptionally rude and unhelpful woman who looked at us like we had just asked her what came after A in the alphabet when we asked how to reach the metrostation. I would go as far to say that this woman was offensive and quite frankly p*ssed us off everytime we collected out key which put a downer on the whole hotel experience. Our room was extremely basic but very clean. The headboard to my bed and the TV remote were broken but everything else was in working order. The "mini bar" appeared to be a £20 fridge from argos with a couple of cans of Stella and a kitkat wacked in the corner of the room on the floor. The complimentry shampoo and hand soap came in a form reminiscent to that of a train stations toilet, a large dispensor screwed into the wall. On Thursday night we were woken up a number of times by the noisy brewry next door but also but racous shouting in the street (which went on for about an hour) and mysterious banging on our walls that were unrelated to the plant. Locationwise the hotel is a short walk from the metro and tram stop (which can get you anywhere). It is also near some pretty cool modern bars and reasonably priced cafes/restaurants.