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The Balbin was an unusual place to stay -- not quite hotel, not quite B and B -- but I grew to love it. First though keep in mind that parking is not available there, so a car is an issue. (It's easier to arrive...More
My husband, myself and my adult son stayed in the Ballbin in May of 2018. It was an easy walk from the subway. My only issue is that when we arrived we pressed the bell several times to no avail. We then went to a...More
Booked online just 30 minutes before arrival.
When I got there no one was there so I had to wait an hour.
When the male owner came there he was very nice and cleaned out a juniorsuite really quick and upgraded me to a very...More
We paid around 140 euro for 4 nights in a twinroom. If you're after a bed and a private bathroom I think this is a great place to stay. The carpet is really disgusting tho, as it looks like it hasn't been cleaned but I'm...More
We arrived later in the evening and found there was no way to check in to the hotel. This hotel is not typical and has no check-in desk after certain hours. A fellow tourist was able to direct us to where we needed to be...More
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.