Together with Milos from trendlupe.de and my co-author Andy I recently visited the Golden City and totally fell in love. Honestly, it was one of the most inspiring city trips in a very long time. For me, it was my first visit to Prague and got immediately hooked by its diversity. But more about this some time later this week.
First of all, I would like to share my somewhat different hotel experience with you. Did you ever have to take a cable car to get to your room? Me neither. :D
We stayed at the NH Prague City, which is currently redesigning its main building in order to provide guests with the highest possible standard.
The NH Prague City hotel, formerly known as NH Prague, is perfect for tourists looking to explore this famous city. The historical center – with its castle and the famous Charles Bridge – is easy to get to by tram, metro or on foot. And right next door you’ve got Bertramka house, where Mozart composed Don Giovanni.
- in the Smichov area, close to shops, cafés and restaurants
- 500 meters to nearest metro station
- 20-minute walk to city center
The hotel has 440 rooms split between 2 buildings, with a cable car transporting guests between the two. Their Executive rooms are at the top of Mrazovka Hill and have fantastic views out over the local park.
- many rooms are newly renovated
- Junior suite comes with turn-down service
- Executive rooms have Nespresso machines and a view over Mrazovka Park
I had a very spacious room with a beautiful little balcony and was actually pretty suprised – in a good way. Very clean, good service and the bed was extremely comfortable. Sometimes there were a few language barriers, but nothing a smile could not fix. I felt home away from home.
I generally liked the interior and the little art pieces. And I definitely would like to come back some time during spring or summer season, enjoying a delicious cocktail on their terrace.
Thank you to the NH Hotel Group for hosting Milos, Andy and me.
photo credentials: V’s World
We were kindly hosted by the NH Prague City in order to do a travel story on Prague.