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Where We Stayed: Prague

Hotel Libero

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This was a hotel room that had 2 twin beds and a third twin that became a king bed when the trundle pulled out. There was no kitchenette, but there was a mini-bar that we used to store some of our own drinks.

We had a private bath with shower and tub. The tub is narrower and sits higher than what we’re used to in the US. It’s something to consider if that could be difficult for someone in your group, and everyone should just be extra careful (though none of us had any incidents).

Our AC worked great. We did notice that it had pretty much cycled off when we woke up on our last morning there (Is this a thing in European hotels?). That said, the temperature had dropped that night, so it may well have cycled off not for cost savings but because of the outside temperature. It definitely did work during the 2 hot days we had in Prague.

The free breakfast was pretty good. In addition to bread and pastries, it had heartier items like eggs, sausages, cold cuts, and cheeses.

Our location was not in the center of everything, but it did serve us well. We were less than five minutes away from a tram stop. We could get to the center of the old town in 15-20 minutes. I did not spot any supermarkets nearby, but there was a mini-mart down the street from the hotel where we picked up drinks and snacks: between that and the free breakfast, we didn’t need a full supermarket. If you take the tram one stop or walk about 7 minutes you will find several restaurants.

Website: https://hotellibero.cz/en/

Posted by amikulski 00:11 Archived in Czech Republic Tagged hotels prague families

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