Boutique Hotel Seven Days in Prague, Czech Republic
Boutique Hotel Seven Days rating by the 5D Sensograph of placescases.com: 4,8 out of 5.
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Boutique Hotel Seven Days has a nice location, very close to the city’s main street, Vaclavski Namesti. With a pleasant walk, you can easily reach the famous central square in the old town – Staro mesto.
…. Ancient design with many paintings, marble and ornaments;
…. Spacious rooms, comfortable and cozy.
…. Great service – the people from the reception have a great attitude towards guests, they always do their best to help the customers, so that the guests return to the hotel again. They can even reserve concert tickets for you and order them to be delivered to the hotel reception for your convenience.
…. The only problem with our rooms was that they shared a wall with the gym next door and from 6am in the morning until 10pm there was a rumble of barbells rattling the floor, jumping and other activities.
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…. Very nice freshly baked croissants at breakfast, fresh fruits and vegetables.
…. Delicious and rich breakfast – there are several types of everything, eggs, sausages, desserts, vegetables and fruits – no complaints.
I highly recommend Boutique Hotel 7 Days, it would certainly appeal to any tourist, especially as a price/quality combination!
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A: 46, Žitná 572, Nové Město, 120 00 Praha, Czechia
Check-in: 14 pm Check-out: 11 am
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