Wienna Hotel Prague (Prague)
Wienna Hotel Prague

country: Czech Republic, city: Prague (Prague 6 / Residential)

Wienna Hotel Prague Wienna Hotel Prague

Location
The hotel is located in the residential new suburb of Prague Suchdol, a 10 minutes drive from the centre of Prague. Prague Castle and the surrounding tourist sights are also only 10 minutes drive away. There is a bus stop right outside the hotel direct to the centre.

Rooms
The rooms are mainly medium sized, however they are very bright and appear more spacious than they are. They are in good condition, with modern basic dark wood furniture, white plain walls and wine coloured carpets. Bathrooms are modern, and are of good size.

Restaurant
Located on the ground floor, the restaurant is simply decorated with white walls and basic furniture, but it is bright and in the summer the garden is opened up. There is also a wine cellar open in the evenings.

General
A pleasant hotel for those not wishing to be staying in the busy centre of Prague.

Hotel Facilities:Room Facilities:
Baby sitting service
Concierge
Laundry facilities
Lift
Parking facilities (at cost)
Reception
Room service
Shopping arcade
Tour desk
Cable / Satellite TV
Radio
Telephone
Television

Extra Information:
6 km to City Centre
10 km to the Airport (Prague)
45 minutes walk to the nearest Metro Station (Dejvicka)
5 minutes walk to the nearest Bus Stop
6 km to the nearest Fair Site (Dejvicka)

Address:
Internacionalni 801
C 16500 Prague


International hotels. — Academic. 2010.

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