Park Inn Hotel Prague
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
Photos of Park Inn Hotel Prague
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Park Inn Hotel Prague
Travel Blogs from Prague
... He said that he wouldn't usually do half the stuff with his tours that he is with us. So apparently we are amazing. Tonight's dinner was a buffet on a boat while cruising the river. I wish I was more hungry so I could take full advantage but I was still full from lunch. Lunch was great too. I tried all things over never seen, heard of and couldn't even pronounce. There was a spud on a stick cut into a spiral, a fried bread thing that was super garlicky and a ...
The Old Town Square was bustling with its Christmas Market preparing for the midday rush. I walked through the square, snapping pictures indiscriminately, and enjoying the warm sunny morning. As I walked through the crowd, I thought I heard someone call my name. I almost didn't turn to look, but then I saw Kim waving and walking towards me! She had been walking around the square, looking for a free walking tour. I had grabbed an advertisement ...
... hiking up rough terrain with construction guys on the one side) only to enter through the back way. When we looked where we had come from, it said "No Exit" in Czech. Well, we interpreted what we saw as no exit.
This is what Wikipedia says: "Vyšehrad is a historical fort located in the city of Prague, Czech
Republic. It was probably built in the 10th century, on a hill over the Vltava River".
... location!) to Prague Castle, making a quick stop at the John Lennon Wall. Many travelers consider this site to be, you guessed it, "overrated," but the graffiti-covered stone wall had a lot of charm, serving as a perpetual reminder of an artist whose work was adopted as an anthem during the revolutionary period of the 1980s. Also, Spider-Man. Not really sure about that one.
Much like Budapest, crossing the river to the western part of the city is like ...
... hair). So we softly spoke, “could we please go home to change before dinner?” Reply from father was,” No time, (in broken English) long car ride, moving right along… errr…! Yep, 2 hours later arrived at restaurant, (we still couldn’t get our head around this long drive just to eat). The restaurant was in a village, (very cute) with a population of 15 houses, (too bad if you didn’t get on). Funny part was that once we arrived father ...