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Strahov Monastery, Prague

Though you may not see any nuns or monks in the hallways, staying at the Monastery Hotel might make you feel one step closer to a higher power. Built in 1142, the national historic monastery landmark–turned–dwelling is located in the peaceful garden of Strahov Monastery, part of the city center of Prague’s Mala Strana neighborhood. The four-star standard boutique property offers 12 rooms and suites in an ancient-meets-modern 17th-century building. Each has been given a true upgrade, featuring polished-wood floors, plain white walls showcasing photos of Prague and all the comforts of the millennium: flat-screen TVs with satellite channels, mini-bars, high-speed Internet. A huge draw are the exquisite views of Prague Castle, the Lesser Town and the Old Town, embroidered by Vltava River. Enjoy a quiet stroll to Clementinum-Prague National Library, Prague City Hall, Prague Castle and Charles Bridge. Strahovske nadvori 1/132, 118 00 Prague 1, Mala Strana; hotelmonastery.cz; Room Rates: vary

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