“Four-star oasis of understated chic nestling amid the opulence of Prague's Old City”
All 42 rooms are bright and light, combining dark woods and natural fabrics to soothe and satisfy the design-aware. Each is of a slightly different design and layout, and this is why we love the place!
Small Standards, as the name suggests, are the smallest so we’d only recommend them for a night or two. The 10 Standard offer spacious bathrooms, with modern design and trimmings. The attic rooms are particularly fetching, with stylish egg-like tubs tucked amid the beams and eaves.
The Superior and Deluxe rooms are larger, with fairytale views of the castle and/or the cobbled street below. They have incredible soaking tubs, with are great after a day of sightseeing.
The buffet breakfast includes croissants, cereals, fruit salad, a variety of hams and cheese, various breads, toast and jams, eggs (fried - ask for scrambled if you prefer), frankfurter sausages, cakes and cereal bars. All washed down with a choice of fruit juices, and bottomless cups of coffee or tea (if you can make your mind up from the astonishing array of varieties).
The cafe-cum-restaurant Caldi & Freddi is more appealing than it sounds; an attractive combination of the contemporary (glass ceiling, sombre timbers) and the traditional (torch-style uplighters, exposed brick wall) make it a perfect spot for Kaffee und Kuchen. Caldi & Freddi is open to non-guests, so treat your friends to the best hot chocolate in Prague.
You will have to cast your net wider for dinner, though, as no evening meals are served at Neruda. You won't have to go far, though...