Prague Southwest area hotel

Prague Southwest area hotel

Prague Southwest area hotel

The Czech capital of Prague is steeped in an effervescent history, stemming from the Roman Empire to the shimmering futuristic architecture that can be seen today. Located just south west of the city’s heart in Prague’s 13th district, this exceptional 3.5* Hot Rate hotel is only a few minutes from Prague’s finest tourist attractions and iconic landmarks via metro or taxi. By booking online today Hotwire customers can avoid paying premium rates for a stay in one of its spacious, contemporary double en-suite guest rooms which come with the latest amenities and free high speed Wi-Fi internet as standard. Guests are free to indulge in authentic Czech cuisine in the hotel’s highly regarded restaurant or let off some steam in the modern fitness centre.

This excellent Hot Rate hotel is surrounded by rolling green countryside and pristine parkland, yet is just a stone’s throw from Prague’s historic heart via the Hurka and Nove Butovice metro stations. With a host of public parks and golf courses in the local area, including the renowned Praha Golf Club and the idyllic Centralni Park, hotel guests seeking to enjoy the great outdoors after days of sightseeing are spoilt for choice. The 13th district is also perfectly positioned for direct access to the city’s main Prague Ruzyně International Airport, which is under 10 km away.

One of Europe’s most popular tourist destinations, due to its rich cultural heritage and architectural spectacles which miraculously survived the destruction of WWII and Soviet occupation, there is always something to do or see in Prague. To the west of the Vltava River in the Hradčany district is undoubtedly one of the capital’s premier sights, Prague Castle. Dating back to the 9th century, the castle is officially the largest ancient castle in the world and has hosted the kings of Bohemia, Roman Emperors and now the modern-day presidents of the Czech Republic. Due to its age, the castle features virtually every architectural style of the past millennium, from Romanesque to Bohemian baroque, making exploring it a dazzlingly unique experience and one of the city’s most popular attractions. As well as several churches, palaces, gardens and defence towers, the castle complex is also home to several established museums, including the Czech National Gallery and the Toy Museum.

A few minutes north by public transport is another recommended destination for tourists, the widely acclaimed Prague Zoo. Spanning 111 acres and boasting 4,400 exotic animals, the zoo is regarded as one of the best in the world, making it a must-see for families and young children.