Old Town Home Prague
Studio | No Bedrooms | sleeps 4
Welcome to Old Town Home Prague. We are located right in the heart of Old Town, less than a two minutes walk from the Old Town Square where you can see the famous Astronomical Clock. The building is a privately owned UNESCO World Heritage List building from the 14th century. Over the years, it has been the property of several influencial Czechs such as town councilmen and the fated Vaclav Budovec who was beheaded on the Old Town Square for revolting against the Austrian Emperor.
The building is a complex spreading between two quaint cobbled streets – Tynska and Tynska ulicka – and nestles a courtyard in its center. The large complex also houses a pizza place, hair dresser, Bric-a-Brac shop, and our Prague Trips & Tickets office. Some of our accommodation units, even though located in the same building, are accessed from Tynska and others from Tynska ulicka. Our receptionist in our Prauge Trips & Tickets office will direct you where to go for your stay.
Although the building is old and full of history, it is comfortable and clean, meeting the needs of its inhabitants. Our cozy and efficient rooms are easy on the budget, yet in the most convenient of locations. It is the perfect combination for anyone desiring to save money without losing the benefit of convenience!
BUDGET STUDIO APARTMENT
The Studio includes sleeping capacity for up to 4 occupants. We supply 1 double bed in a sleeping loft accessed by carpeted steps. There are 2 single beds on ground level adjoining the breakfast nook. A kitchenette provides all the necessities for cooking up a quick meal – dishes, cups, silverware, electric kettle, and microwave. There is a private, renovated bathroom just a few steps down the hall from the unit. The entrance to the Studio Apartment is accessed from Tynska ulicka where you can find a tattoo parlor, restaurants, and a sport bar.
Due to its budget nature it is suitable for youth travellers, not for families with children.
Attractions in 200 meters or less:
St. Nicolas Cathedral
Old Town Hall
Memorial Statue of John Huss
Ammenities in 200 meters of less:
Bars and Pubs
Outdoor tennis court
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, Studio|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest Amenities||200 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Vaclav Havel Airport Prague 17 km, Nearest railway: Main train station 2 km|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|General||Central heating, Wi-Fi available|
|Utilities||Cooker, Microwave, Fridge|
|Rooms||1 bathrooms of which 1 Shower rooms|
|Furniture||Single beds (2), Double beds (1), Dining seats for 2|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
The Bohemia region
Prague is the capital city in the Czech Republic, a Central Eastern European country. Praha, as Prague is known locally, is nestled in Bohemia, a region of the Czech Republic just west of its center. Widely considered to be one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, Prague is among the most visited cities on the continent.
Prague is home to a number of famous cultural attractions, many of which survived the violence and destruction of 20th century Europe. Main attractions include the Prague Castle, the Charles Bridge, Old Town Square, the Jewish Quarter, the Lennon Wall, and Pet?ín hill.
The city of Prague has borderline oceanic climate. The winters are relatively cold with very little sunshine. Snow cover can be common between mid-November to late March. Summers usually bring fine sunny days with highs being around 25 degrees. Nights can be quite cool even in summer, though.
Our accommodations are within a very short walking distance of the Old Town Square where you can see the Memorial Statue of John Huss and the Astronomical Clock dating from the 15th century located in the tower of Old Town Hall. There are also the noteable Kinsky Palace, now home of the National Gallery, the St. Nicolas Cathedral, and Tyn Cathedral to peruse while taking in the sights.
Not only are we steps away from these famous historic sites, but we are also very near several locally owned ammenities that make your stay feel more like home. There are bars and pubs, clubs and gyms, a mini-market and hair dresser, outdoor tennis court and a tatoo parlor on the very streets where you enter our building to your accommodations.
For easy access to public transit, you can walk 5-10 minutes to the Green Line metro station Staromestska or the Yellow Line stations Namesti Republiky or Mustek. At Namesti Republiky and Staromestska both, you can also catch trams.
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3 Sep 2014
"Great location, so-so accommodations"
So the good news is that this place is right by the clock tower in the downtown square. The rest if kind of bad news.
The front desk is within what looks like a typical tourist shop and the room is a bit of a walk. The staff are a bit short but got the job done. One thing of note is that you have to pick out a check out time and tell them exactly when you intend to leave. They don't stay at the front desk overnight, so if you need anything, your kind of on your own. They come and meet you in the morning to get the keys. The unit I picked also had a bathroom in the hall, toilet is a bit hard to use since its crammed in a small space. The entrance to the room is in an alley, which was a bit dark at night.
All and all, I won't stay again, the price was too close to the other local hotels that had much more to offer and both the walk to the room at night and the bathroom situation was enough to make it a one time adventure...
we are glad that you have stayed in our apartment during your one-night stay in Prague. What does not make us happy is the fact that you were not fully satisfied.
But we have to say that your evaluation is not objective in many aspects. We are not a hotel. We offer an accommodation in private apartments, plus walking tours, excursions, tickets to cultural events and more, so reception for apartments is in the Tourist information office at the same building on the ground floor where the apartments are. Definitely it is not far! We are open 10:00-21:00 and this information is clearly mentioned in our booking conditions (so it should not have been a surprise to you). Whoever is arriving later than 21:00 needs to inform us in advance, what you had not done. Check out time is at 11:00; only whoever needs to check out early (before 10:00) needs to let us know so we can have someone at the desk earlier than 10:00 to pick up the keys. As far as we remembered you asked to be woken up at 10:00. When we did so we found you sleeping and you did not even emptied the apartment at the requested check out time and you were there till midday! Our cleaning service found the double bed, you slept in, completely soaked up with water. We had to replace the mattress for next guests arriving on that day.
We sell this particular apartment as a low cost accommodation, for young travelers with not so high demands on accommodation (and the price corresponds to it). The entire apartment in the city centre for four people at EUR 55 per night is unbeatable price in Prague! Our apartment is not large, but it is nice with newly renovated bathroom. You stayed in our apartment in August which is the peak season. A single bed in a dormitory in a hostel with shared bathroom costs around EUR 20.
We would recommend you for the next time to read the description of the accommodation carefully to avoid dissatisfaction with it.
Old Town Home Prague
15 Apr 2014
"Right in the heart of Old Town Prague"
The apartment is located in the very centre of Old Town Prague, only about 3 min walk from the Old Town Square. It is furnished with beds for 4 persons, a small kitchen area and a small table with only 2 chairs. The only inconvenient thing is that the bath with shower is located outside the apartment in the entrance hall of the building.
9 Jan 2014
"The center of old town. Apartments for friends. Excursions"
was difficult to find reception.
Possibility of payment in cash in Euro currency without additional fees, but if by credit card, with an additional commission
1 Nov 2013
"Review of Old Town Apt Prague"
The room was sufficient. After all, all we did was sleep there. The beds were comfortable. But the bathroom down the hall was a little (just a little) inconvenient. Also, the room needs a heater. … More
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