*** Hotel U Suteru
/ accommodation Praha 1-Nove Mesto
Prague Hotel U Suteru is a small and cosy hotel situated in the historical centre of the city, about 100 metres from the Wenceslas Square. It is a perfect starting point for walking through the magnificent Prague.
The first reference of the building dates back to 1383 and we can find there a beautiful example of gothic architecture in the restaurant, vaults and in most rooms. The building underwent a baroque reconstruction in the 18th century that can be observed from the outside view of the building.
The Hotel U Suteru offers comfortable accomodation in single, double and double lux rooms. The rooms were reconstructed in December 2004 and are equipped with stylish furniture which is sensitively composed into the gothic interior of the building. All rooms have ensuite bathrooms with hair dryer and are furnished with satelite TV, mini bar (its use is free), direct-dial telephone and safety deposit box.
Restaurant U Suteru
A 24-hour reception desk and a coffee machine (free of charge throughout the day) are located in the basement and there is also a well-known restaurant U Suteru that is regulary visited by politicians and celebrities. You can choose from a wide variety of traditional Czech cuisine as well as of the international one.
The Hotel U Suteru Services
Nonstop reception, free internet access in the hotel hall, internet on the room. Loaning irons, ironing boards, umbrellas. Providing informations, flight confirmations, providing tickets for cultural events. Sales alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, toiletries, tickets. Hotel transport service. Option to use fax, luggage safekeeping, loaning toys. Desk for wrap up and bath-tub, loaning adapter, DVD player.
What to see in Prague
Prague Castle is the most popular sight visited in Prague. It is the largest ancient castle in the world. Prague Lesser Town with Kampa Island, Charles Bridge, Petrin Hill, Nerudova Street etc. Prague Jewish Quarter (Josefov), Prague Old Town with Carolinum, Old Town Hall, Church of St Nicholas, Powder Gate, Bethlehem chapel, Clementinum etc., Prague New Town with Wenceslas Square, State Opera, National Museum, Charles Square, Faust House, National Theatre etc.