Places to Stay

Discussion in 'Travel Tips & Advice' started by Stormin_Norman, Mar 1, 2005.

  1. Stormin_Norman

    Stormin_Norman New Member


    We are visiting March in May. We are looking for a hotel which is reasonable in price, less that 100 Euros per night.

    We would like to pay £50 or less than this per night.

    We are looking for somewhere near city centre where all the pubs and clubs are.

    Any advice appreciated
  2. Harry

    Harry Active Member

    "We are visiting March in May...."

    Are you some kind of time traveller? In which case I don't think currency or prices should be a poblem. You can probably materialise or de-materialise in any hotel you wish and leave without paying.

  3. Stormin_Norman

    Stormin_Norman New Member

    Nice one Harry,

    What I meant to say is Prague in May.
  4. Harry

    Harry Active Member

    Aha, ok.
    I couldn't resist making the previous post.

    I can't advise on hotels as I prefer to book an apartment which I find more like a home from home - less hassle and intrusion. You could probably find one for 50 to 60 quid per night depending on how many people you need to accommodate.
    One agency that I've used and would have no problem in recommending is

  5. Paint

    Paint Well-Known Member

    I am also travelling to Prague in May. I found accomodations through the homepage of - click on Hotels & Pensions or Hostels depending on what you are looking for (the link for "youth" hostels includes bed & breakfasts and hostels that have private rooms for all ages). For your price range, a nice pension might be the way to go.
  6. Carmilie

    Carmilie Member

    If you don't mind being around a lot of strangers I would recommend staying at a hostel. They are very cheap and you het to meet a lot of interesting people. If you prefer having your own space then stay at a pension which is still cheap. If you want a realy interesting experience you should stay at a botel unless you dont like boats. That costs from about 50 euros to around 80.

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