Hotel Rott

Four Star Hotel in Prague
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Description:

Hotel Rott - Front This gothic building has a long history dating back many centuries, and an impressively painted Middle Ages style exterior. This is one of the most beautifull Hotels in Prague. The interior, however, is very much a high-standard modern hotel. It's both romantic, old-fashioned and quaint. It's also a good choice for families.

After complicated renovations the four-storey J.V. Rott building has re-opened its doors as a comfortable hotel. The hotel has a beautifully decorated neo-Renaissance facade and frescos done by the famous painter Mikolas Ales. Since the 19th century the "Rott House" has offered unbelievable views of the towers and roofs of Prague's historic core.

Hotel Rott - Double Room Hotel Rott - Restaurant Hotel Rott - Lounge

Location:



In the very central heart of Old Town, the Old Town Hall is practically at your doorstep. In every direction spreads a cobblestone maze of interesting shops and great restaurants, all of it pedestrian friendly. 2 minute walk to metro stop Staromestska.

Room Description:

82 rooms, each with an interactive keyboard enabled Satellite TV with 40 channels, which doubles as an internet connection point and wireless dataport. Also standard is electronic card key for security, direct dial phones, large electronic safety deposit box, minibar and hairdryer.

Price includes breakfast.
Children up to 12 years. free with two Adults in a double room.
With one paying person then 50% off adult Prices.

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