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92% would recommend it to a friend
A great family run hotel set in an old building within the Jewish Quarter, more local than touristy.
Fantastic location as it's within walking distance to the main square & Charles Bridge with lots of restaurants close by - these are generally open untii 11pm every night including Sunday. If you want the AC on you have to ring down to reception which is a minor inconvenience. Free coffee, water & wine in reception is a nice touch. As far as breakfast goes, it's perfectly adequate BUT woe betide anyone who gets in there towards the end of service. Despite replenishing food until 9.25, come 9.30, if you're still sat there, the grumpy women shout at you in Czech and wag their fingers.
Wifi worked great and they have Campari in the mini bar!!
Cramped and musty, staff were great though.
Room was quite small, and a bit musty smelling.
Bestowed was not big enough for a decent shower. We were given a choice of 2, both were not too big, and smelled similar. We chose a twin for additional space, but both had tiny showers unfortunately. Staff were all very nice, very helpful & accommodating. WiFi was also a decent connection in all places.