The Bishop´s House Hotel is located directly in the center of Prague's historic district right below Prague Castle in Lesser Town, about 200 feet from Charles Bridge. The building's origin dates back to the 16th century with a classic facade from 1843. Enjoy the comfort and marvel at the genuine remnants of a past time on this site of a former bishop's residence. The hotel offers a charming and quaint ambiance. Some rooms offer a wonderful view over the picturesque Lesser Town rooftops. The hotel features a fine restaurant and small tavern with outdoor tables. The rooms all have private bath or shower.
The Queen Boutique Hotel is situated near the historic Jewish Quarter of Kazimierz, only a few minutes walk to the Old Town Square and Wawel Castle. A perfect combination of ideal location and impeccable service makes the Queen Boutique Hotel a top destination for travellers to Krakow. This lovely small hotel designed in a elegant boutique style offers culture and history just steps away from the front door. The trendy district of Kazimierz is filled many new cafes, restaurants, and shops. There is a lovely atmosphere at the hotel with excellent breakfast and friendly staff.
The Honigmond is an enchanting historic hotel in the former East Berlin, whose name translates as “honeymoon.” It’s a little slice of heaven where one can sleep and dream peacefully. The award winning restaurant is a local favorite and the rooms sparkle in their restored glory. Crown moldings and cedar plank floors; iron framed beds and even a suit of armor coupled with impeccable service make this the perfect choice. At the Honigmond Restaurant-Hotel you will enjoy the charm and elegance of a building from 1895 located on a quiet residential street. The most important sights of Berlin can be reached on foot as well as a host of bars, shops, and restaurants. "We are not a luxury hotel, not a chain hotel and not even a wellness hotel, we are simply an individual - something different - hotel, in which much "love" has been invested."
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