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I spent one night at the Abri. Its in a residential neighborhood. Extremely quiet. The staff was friendly. Clean. The room was clean and comfortable. The bathroom was modern and clean. They have a continental breakfast for 5€. Worth it. All fresh food. Its a...More
Friendly staff, great location (quiet but near transport links). About 25min walk to Wenceslas square. Comfortable bed, additional pillows on request. Breakfast good but would get repetitive. No coffee making facilities in room. Lots of very good restaurants/bars close by. Really enjoyed stay and would...More
Stayed here for 5 nights. Close to metro and tram stops, however only takes 30 minutes to walk to Wensclas Square. Very good value for money. Breakfast not very varied but enough to fill up on. Friendly staff and comfortable rooms.
Friendly greeting at reception and young gentleman gave good advice on the area and how to use public transportation etc. There's also a friendly dog belonging to the hotel who's always happy to see you everyday.
Room was satisfactory but no fridge, kettle or a/c,...More
In early May 2016 I stayed at the ABRI Hotel making the booking through Booking.com. I made the reservation for ten days, but upon checking in I tried to change the booking to 9 days. The reception clerk told me I could not without paying...More
US$35 - US$573 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Compared to the medieval heart of Prague, this neighbourhood standing on former vineyards developed very quickly in the first decades of the 19th century. Today, it is the place where everyone wants to live, and those who do, are proud of it. With its amazing parks, classicist houses, terrace cafés, artsy bars, cozy restaurants, markets, and vintage and trendy shops, it is a home for people from all around the
world. This area blends expats, families, bohemian students and Prague’s hip community. It is a great place for breakfast in the morning, the best lunch places and a buzzing night life. After sundown, stroll down to Vršovice, the new center of the hipster, alternative and gay scenes in Prague.