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The atmosphere is almost Disneyesque in its pretense, but somehow appropriate for this location at the foot of Prague Castle. Full review →
This Baroque building (it took its present form in 1639) is in a quiet and convenient location at the top of the hill, looking out over Petrín Hill and the Strahov. Full review →
The ‘King Charles’ is a cosy, romantic hotel set in a lovely, ‘baroquefied’ Gothic building, with rooms set on landings around an impressive central atrium with a stained-glass ceiling. Full review →
Quiet baroque townhouse close to the castle... Splendid staircase leads to traditional bedrooms featuring parquet floors and antique furnishings.
The upper-middle-range Hotel U Krale Karla (King Charles) is housed in a charming, historic building with elegant decor and a romantic atmosphere drawing couples. Full review →
Possibly the most tastefully exquisite of all the small luxury hotels in the castle district, with beautiful antique furnishings and stained-glass windows.
Located on the narrow but picturesque thoroughfare that climbs from Mala Strana to Hradcany, Hotel u Krale Karla was once the sibling of the bolder, medieval-flavored Hotel u Pava. Full review →
This charming four-star enjoys a splendid and attractive location below Prague Castle in Prague’s Lesser Quarter (Mala Strana) and a rich, baroque interior that will appeal to romantics. Full review →
Although it continues to generate buzz on some online Prague discussion boards, the King Charles remains its stolid, lovely self, with no visible ego boost. Full review →
U Krále Karla (the King Charles) is a 19-room boutique hotel situated on the Royal Route... an old-world atmosphere remains in the individually designed guestrooms. Full review →
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