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This is a lovely guest house with green courtyard and a coffee house on the first floor. The coffee house is a separate business. The tram is a short walk, and they included 2 transit passes with the room! Old town Prague is a short...More
Room was very clean, but not a lot of space to place your things. There is no breakfast included in lodgings. Some reviews mention fantastic breakfast, not sure where that came from. The coffee house is opens 9:am Monday to Friday only, so be warned....More
Nice guesthouse with a little green courtyard/garden, with good atmosphere.
Apartment was spacious, with comfortable large bed and very good pillows (rarity in hotels).
Good style - whiteness and dark wood (maybe a little to ascetic).
Delicious vegetarian breakfast (fresh tasty bread and rolls, good...More
We really liked our stay here, it's a small guesthouse with a very friendly and welcoming owner, nice coffee café on the ground floor and the rooms are spacious, clean and around a green courtyard. We will come back here!
We stayed at Family Lorenz in August this year. The rooms are bright and immaculately clean. The facilities are a little on the spartan side, but the price more than makes up for this. The shower worked well and was hot, the bathroom was the...More
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Compared to the medieval heart of Prague, this neighbourhood standing on former vineyards developed very quickly in the first decades of the 19th century. Today, it is the place where everyone wants to live, and those who do, are proud of it. With its amazing parks, classicist houses, terrace cafés, artsy bars, cozy restaurants, markets, and vintage and trendy shops, it is a home for people from all around the
world. This area blends expats, families, bohemian students and Prague’s hip community. It is a great place for breakfast in the morning, the best lunch places and a buzzing night life. After sundown, stroll down to Vršovice, the new center of the hipster, alternative and gay scenes in Prague.