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Despite the occasional ecclesiastical antique or rococo chair, the overall effect is highly modern and nicely designed.
Designed with the help of local architect Bořek Šipek, many of the rooms have splashes of color and designer touches like a bathtub enclosed in glass in the center of the room. Full review →
Squeezed into the long row of curiosity shops is a strong contender for the best boutique hotel in Malá Strana -- the Hotel Neruda. Full review →
Set in a tastefully renovated Gothic house dating from 1348, the Neruda has decor that is chic and minimalist in neutral tones enlivened by the odd splash of colour.Ask for a room on the 1st or 2nd floor.
Named after a local Czech writer, whose poems decorate the walls. Cosy orange and brown coloured bedrooms in the original l 4C building; more modern rooms in the newer building. Relax on...
Past and present unite in the upscale Design Hotel Neruda, a converted 14th-century convent in Prague's Lesser Quarter that now houses tasteful modern furnishings. Full review →
Stylish hotel a fair walk up Nerudova, with a funky, glass-roofed foyer, lots of natural stone and smart, minimalist modern decor in the rooms. Doubles from 3000Kč.
This intimate and welcoming four-star has a great location close to Prague Castle, charming and well appointed rooms, and high quality service. Full review →
As you might guess from its discreet baroque façade, it's a hotel with history: the main building dates from 1348. Full review →The rooms in the older building are comfortable but a little plain, so be sure to ask for one with a view of Nerudova street.
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