Pension Karlova offers accommodation in the centre of Prague, a 1-minute walk from the Charles Bridge and 400 metres from Old Town
Pension Karlova offers accommodation in the centre of Prague, a 1-minute walk from the Charles Bridge and 400 metres from Old Town Square with the Orloj Astronomical Clock. All rooms are equipped with a TV, a safe, and a bathroom with a shower, a hairdryer and toiletries. Guests can make use of a common kitchen at Pension Karlova. The nearest tram stop as well as Starom?stskÃ¡ metro stop can be reached within a 5-minute walk. The nearest airport is Vaclav Havel Prague Airport, 11 km from Pension Karlova.
Check in/out Hotel Check-in Time is 2 PM, Check-out Time is 8 PM.
Cancellation Policy Cancellation and prepayment policies vary according to room type. Please check the Fare policy associated with your room.
Extra Bed The inclusion of extra bed with a booking is facilitated with a folding cot or a mattress as an extra bed.
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User rating & reviews
Read about experiences of fellow travellers who have stayed at this hotel.
EXCELLENT 8 reviews
VERY GOOD 15 reviews
AVERAGE 1 reviews
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Friends getaway Traveller
28 May 2018
Live like a local, extremely a....
The Rodney Travel Club embarked on a whirlwind economic tour of Europe in May 2018. The priority was budget travel but comfortable and suitable enough for four pensioners.
Our Direcktor booked this with fiscal prudence in mind and we were extremely satisfied with Pension Karlova.
It appears to be a converted building right in the centre of the Old Town, surrounded by bars, cafes, restaurants and well within easy walking distance of the majority of the must see attractions.
Despite being so central the accommodation was quiet and our members found no difficulty in quickly snoring.
We had a room for 4, with single beds and an en suite toilet and shower. It was spacious and comfortable.
This accommodation is not luxury but good basic vale for money.
Towels are provided, and there is a small communal lounge and kitchen where free tea and coffee is available to make.
Check in is between 1300 and 1400 and a member of staff is there to give you 1 set of keys (slight criticism here). You have three keys in total, one for your room, one for the front door and one for the courtyard door. It is very secure.
To find the accommodation just look at earlier Trip Advisor reviews and you will find it a esay enough.
The Pension Karlova gets the thumbs up from these 4 pensioners.
Remember keep on travelling, the world is yours to see.
We only stayed one night and off to Dresden in the morning.
Further reviews to follow as we doddle through Germany.
16 Apr 2018
Large Room Good Location
Large, Clean and Lockable Room in a share house type situation.
Perfect location near the Charles Bridge.
Very difficult to find at first as it is hidden behind a large wooden door and up 2 levels.
Extra points for the staff as they helped with a delivery i was having trouble locating, and they dropped it to me in person
Friends getaway Traveller
13 Apr 2018
At first i was quite sceptical on going here as i usually only do 4* + hotels ,Part of a group of 8 celebrating a 50th Birthday ,Taxi Driver from Airport didn't have a clue were this was but still managed to tell us how much he wanted in advance ,think he well over charged us as well so lesson learnt avoid White cabs outside Airport ,get your transfer in advance .Place to drop off is the Irish Times bar then its just a little walk left up the cobbled path towards Charles Bridge inside the light theater entrance .we had 2 rooms of 4 .£100 per room so £25 each per night. Absolute Bargain .
on arrival had to make a phone call to meet the owner who promptly arrived to show us around .If you cant do stairs avoid this place . The rooms were faultless on arrival ,good solid beds & strong mattresses ,clean sheets & spotless bathroom ,really happy with stay ,you can look out the window & see the Charles Bridge entrance you are right in the middle of town .shared kitchen area in between all locked bedrooms fully stocked with good quality tea & coffee supplies ,again spotless . Excellent weekend ,top marks
01 Dec 2017
This hotel is in 3rd floor of the Blacklight Theatre. You need to go to another building to pick up the key, but it's not too far. The hotel is located in a great location, you can walk to Charles bridge in a second and anytime you want!!. I would recommend this hotel to anyone who want to take a photo of the bridge without any tourist.
The hotel also good to walk to old town. The pension have a share kitchen with other so you can cook here. But there have no stairs ! so if you have a big luggage it may be a problem.
Friends getaway Traveller
11 Oct 2017
Five Nights in September
So, the location is amazing. Truly in the heart of things with a gorgeous view. We stayed in the quad room and our windows were right on Karlova street with a view of Charles Bridge. There was some noise at night - the drunken revelers sounded like they were right in our room, actually, but if we closed the windows tight and closed the curtains it was okay. Some nights we had the windows open and it was quiet all night long.
Self-catering kitchen had everything we needed.
Shower was great and water was hot.
We had to walk up two rather tall flights of stairs to reach the hotel, didn't see a lift available, if mobility is an issue.
We had trouble on our flight over and due to air traffic problems we missed our connection and didn't arrive in Prague until a day late. They were accommodating and kept our reservation for us every though we weren't able to arrive on time.
We had one big problem, which is why it gets 4/5 stars. We lost power - TWICE. Once at about 11:30pm and it didn't get resolved until about 7am and another time sometime in the night (we woke up to no power and uncharged, plugged in phones) and it didn't turn on until 7:30. I have no idea what happened. The second time it went out we were awake and we called and tried to get it solved but no one could come to look at it until morning - the rest of the building had power, as did the rest of the street. I have no idea what happened but it was very frustrating. They did apologize in the morning but it made things stressful, which was unfortunate.
Overall, it really is a lovely place to stay and it appears that we are the only ones that had the problem with electricity - just remember to bring along a jackery or auxiliary battery just in case.