Alice Apartment House
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAlice Apartment House Prague
One of the nicest pensione I've ever stayed. It's very clean. The staff is very helpful. Free internet as well as wi-fi provided. Location is good, not too far out from the center and a main station.
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... was sooo cheap compared to Switzerland and the US. Uber rides were max $3 everywhere, massages were only $30 at a really nice place, and beers were only $1.50. Although it felt like we were spending much more because $1 = 25 Koruna so 2000 Kurona was only around $80.
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... two per thousand actually survived the war.
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