PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC. Located in the residential district of Prague-Dejvice, this Czech national landmark is one of your best bet if you are looking for a place to check in at Prague. Not only is it accessible from the Vaclav Havel airport but it is also quite near from the main attractions like the Prague Castle, Old Town, Charles Bridge and Wenceslas square. If you are more of the kind of person that likes to discover and experience the transportation system of a specific place, you will definitely like Hotel International Prague as the tram network is just a few meters away from it. It makes every place so near and very accessible. Moreover, you can also find here a cocktail bar and cafe bar in the hotel lobby that offers some peace and quiet and a fitness centre, sauna, solarium and a souvenir shop if you want to do something.
The rooms are fully furnished and quite big especially for a group of three. The room we had stayed in was so spacious it was able to fit in a living room, three double beds, a television set, a built-in iron station and a floor-to-ceiling wooden closet. But more than that, what I loved the most was the fantastic view outside of our window. There are times during my travels that I just want to stay in, prop my feet up on the window sill and read a book, occasionally staring outside to analyze passages that struck my core. Hotel International Prague gave me that solace that I sometimes crave when the travel and sightseeing becomes too hectic and demanding.
Prices start at EUR 114 for a triple room. You can visit their website to check the current prices of their rooms as prices may vary from time to time.