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I was in Czech Republic for business trip for 2 weeks. I had the first weekend off and went to Prague. Found this Pension, Hotel Tara. I would call it mom and pop hotel. There was a little side check-in room. Then they led me...More
Probably the cheapest accommodation you will find in this excellent location, you get what you see and read on their web-site. Pension Tara is a pension NOT a hotel. The décor, furnishings and fittings, linen, towels and beds are somewhat faded. However our room on...More
I keep reminding myself that it was a pensione and not a hotel. The office doesn't open until 9 a.m. and there is absolutely no checkin until after 2 pm so don't get there early. The staff is friendly. The location is quite convenient to...More
My friend booked this hotel for us thru a discount accommodation service without consulting the "traveller's friend": TRIPADVISOR. By the time I read the reviews here, it was too late. Luckily, we were staying over in Prague only one night on our way to some...More
It is an old place not worth the money. There is a very small reception area that is shared by other pensions. To get to our room you go thru a large locked wooden gate located outside a pizza parlor up two flights of stairs...More
US$61 - US$223 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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