|Minimum Stay||3 - 5 nights|
We think this apartment is the absolute epitome of everything you could want from an apartment in Prague. Original design, appealing antiques and the odd conceptual touch (note the giant blacksmith’s bellows) sit together nicely with Prague photo prints and muted poppy and pistachio tones. If looks and location are a priority, then you might want to snap this one up!
Sushi in Prague? Yes you can! Vinohrady’s dining scene spans the globe, and the local, expat community has followed suit. Get smart amongst the attractive townhouses in this convenient hood.
Sloping downwards towards central Prague, upmarket Vinohrady hosts the city’s gay and lesbian scene along with a lively, cosmopolitan cafe society. For a change of pace, take in some park life; chill in the beer garden at Riegrovy Park or try local wines at in the gazebo in Havlíčkovy Park. Na zdraví!
A super place to stay in Prague, with great neighbourhood restaurants and easy access to the old city on public transit.
We waited 45 minutes outside the apartment (in December!) before somebody showed up to let us in even though we had agreed on the meeting time. There were no hand towels in the bathroom, only big bath towels and we had to search for them in other rooms until we found some.
The apartment itself is lovely and the stay could have been great but the service management was quite disappointing.
We just returned from our trip to Prague and wanted to share our experiences. This is a lovely apt. owned by expats, and it was a joy to stay there. Everything about the apt. was top notch, the linens, the fixtures, etc. There are even a few Prague guidebooks that you can check out while you sip some Nespresso coffee in the morning. We didn't really use the kitchen except for breakfast, but it was well equipped. From the apt. it was an easy 2 blocks to the metro, and from there a quick 2 stops to downtown. Kamil was very helpful with letting us keep our bags there the last day while we were out seeing our last sights of Prague. Overall, we would recommend it 100% to future guests. Enjoy!
Lovely apartment in great location. Could not be better.
No. 46 is a very large, nicely furnished, comfortable and quiet apartment with high (at least 11’) ceilings. It is located quite conveniently to public transportation – which is a must in Prague because taxi drivers are notorious rip-off artists. We were able to use the trams and buses to deliver ourselves where we wanted to be easily and quickly. The kitchen is decked out completely and is an enjoyable place to prepare and share meals. The neighborhood is fun to walk in, has many cafes, restaurants and grocery purveyors.
The apartment was lovely, we felt at home straight away. Plenty of space, and everything you need. We enjoyed the photos and reading the books about James Fenell. We were a little unlucky that there was work going on next door, which finished after a couple of days.