U Krále Karla
U Krále Karla (the King Charles) is a 19-room boutique hotel situated on the Royal Route, directly beneath the ramparts of Prague Castle. Originally a Gothic building owned by the Benedictine Order, the structure was renovated in the Baroque style in 1639 and finally transformed into a hotel in 1993. An old-world atmosphere remains in the individually designed guestrooms, most of which contain hardwood floors, reproduction antique furniture, hand-painted joist ceilings, and stained-glass windows depicting Czech royalty. A full breakfast buffet is included, and Moravian wines and cocktails are served beside a fireplace in the small bar area.
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During cooler months, open windows counteract the absence of air conditioning in select rooms; during summertime, however, requesting an air-conditioned room is a must.
To avoid the uphill trek to the hotel from the Charles Bridge, take tram No. 22 to Pohorelec and then walk down from there.
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- Accessible by Public Transportation
- Laundry Service
- Room Service
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