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4* Prague city break (3 nights B & B) from £109.00 including flights @ teletextholidays

£109.00 @ teletextholidays
Accommodation:4 Star Na Zamecku Hotel Departure:Departing from Luton airport: 7, 9, 14, 22, 27, 28 February and 2, 3, 6, 8, 9, 16 March. Valentines Weekend - £129 pp. Resort & Hotel Info: Mo…
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Accommodation:4 Star Na Zamecku Hotel
Departure:Departing from Luton airport: 7, 9, 14, 22, 27, 28 February and 2, 3, 6, 8, 9, 16 March.
Valentines Weekend - £129 pp.

Resort & Hotel Info: More than 20 years after the fall of communism and the Velvet Revolution, the popularity of Prague (Praha in Czech) as one of Europe’s premier tourist destinations shows no signs of slowing down. Although it is not the travellers' bargain it once was, the Czech capital’s combination of thrilling history and glorious architechture remains as compelling as ever.

Situated in Prague's green Zabehlice area, Hotel Na Zamecku provides a free shuttle bus to and from the city centre. It offers free Wi-Fi and a free, camera-surveilled parking lot.
The hotel's restaurant serves a rich choice of traditional Czech and international cuisine. There are also specialities prepared on the outside barbecue grill, accompanied by fine Moravian wines.

Facilities: Na Zamecku Hotel features fitness and sauna facilities, plus a range of activities available in the surrounding area, such as bowling, hiking or horseback riding.
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#1
Great City, getting expensive now - was 40p a pint 5 years ago! Lot of medieval stuff untouched by WW2

Edited By: monkeyhanger75 on Jan 12, 2011 15:13
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Thanks for the tip monkeyhanger......not been before but would be rude not to at that price!
#3
Seems to be a long way out from the centre and fairly mixed reviews too

http://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Hotel_Review-g274707-d312944-Reviews-Na_Zamecku_Hotel-Prague_Bohemia.html
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cdm22
Seems to be a long way out from the centre and fairly mixed reviews toohttp://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Hotel_Review-g274707-d312944-Reviews-Na_Zamecku_Hotel-Prague_Bohemia.html

Depends what you're after.....if you want a boozy weekend clubbing in the centre of the city then this wouldn't be the deal for you anyway. Some folk like quiet weekend breaks. As for being far away, they offer free transport.

Good ole tripadvisor......mixed reviews are the norm....depends on the individual traveller. Think you'll find mixed reviews for most places these days.

Edited By: boozyfloozy on Jan 12, 2011 15:28
#5
monkeyhanger75
Great City, getting expensive now - was 40p a pint 5 years ago! Lot of medieval stuff untouched by WW2


You must have stayed in the posh tourist places...we got it down to less than 10p a pint in the local pubs...:-)
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Uridium
monkeyhanger75
Great City, getting expensive now - was 40p a pint 5 years ago! Lot of medieval stuff untouched by WW2
You must have stayed in the posh tourist places...we got it down to less than 10p a pint in the local pubs...:-)

I'll bear you in mind when planning my trip Uridium!
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boozyfloozy
cdm22
Seems to be a long way out from the centre and fairly mixed reviews toohttp://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Hotel_Review-g274707-d312944-Reviews-Na_Zamecku_Hotel-Prague_Bohemia.html
Depends what you're after.....if you want a boozy weekend clubbing in the centre of the city then this wouldn't be the deal for you anyway. Some folk like quiet weekend breaks. As for being far away, they offer free transport.Good ole tripadvisor......mixed reviews are the norm....depends on the individual traveller. Think you'll find mixed reviews for most places these days.

Boozy weekend clubbing?! :D Ha, not me, but do like to be close to all sights and attractions and not reliant on a hotel bus you have to book and then only goes into and out of the centre until 6pm (Although public transport is quite good I much prefer not needing to). I'll give you the mixed review norm, but I have yet to book a bad hotel after using trip advisor when it scores highly on it. This is rated 364 out of 663 hotels in Prague. I would personally give it a miss.


Edited By: cdm22 on Jan 12, 2011 15:42
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This hotel is miles out, the other side of the motorway around the south of the city. There's not even a metro stop nearby.

It's been said on Prague deals before, you can often put together a good deal yourself with a budget airline and a hotel booked directly in the centre. Definitely worth to be in the heart of things in Prague in my opinion.
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cdm22
boozyfloozy
cdm22
Seems to be a long way out from the centre and fairly mixed reviews toohttp://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Hotel_Review-g274707-d312944-Reviews-Na_Zamecku_Hotel-Prague_Bohemia.html
Depends what you're after.....if you want a boozy weekend clubbing in the centre of the city then this wouldn't be the deal for you anyway. Some folk like quiet weekend breaks. As for being far away, they offer free transport.Good ole tripadvisor......mixed reviews are the norm....depends on the individual traveller. Think you'll find mixed reviews for most places these days.
Boozy weekend clubbing?! :D Ha, not me, but do like to be close to all sights and attractions and not reliant on a hotel bus you have to book and then only goes into and out of the centre until 6pm (Although public transport is quite good I much prefer not needing to). I'll give you the mixed review norm, but I have yet to book a bad hotel after using trip advisor when it scores highly on it. This is rated 364 out of 663 hotels in Prague. I would personally give it a miss.

Thanks for your insightful thoughts into your personal preferences. I thought this was a site for deals not travel reviews? If it's not your cup of tea then fine....just because you would prefer to stay elsewhere does not make this a bad deal.
3 night breaks in a 4* hotel with flights in a capital city for the price on offer is not the norm.
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thedan
There's not even a metro stop nearby.

There's a bus station next to the hotel grounds and free transfers into the city centre
#11
love prague we usually stay at andel's such a nice hotel
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boozyfloozy
cdm22
boozyfloozy
cdm22
Seems to be a long way out from the centre and fairly mixed reviews toohttp://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Hotel_Review-g274707-d312944-Reviews-Na_Zamecku_Hotel-Prague_Bohemia.html
Depends what you're after.....if you want a boozy weekend clubbing in the centre of the city then this wouldn't be the deal for you anyway. Some folk like quiet weekend breaks. As for being far away, they offer free transport.Good ole tripadvisor......mixed reviews are the norm....depends on the individual traveller. Think you'll find mixed reviews for most places these days.
Boozy weekend clubbing?! :D Ha, not me, but do like to be close to all sights and attractions and not reliant on a hotel bus you have to book and then only goes into and out of the centre until 6pm (Although public transport is quite good I much prefer not needing to). I'll give you the mixed review norm, but I have yet to book a bad hotel after using trip advisor when it scores highly on it. This is rated 364 out of 663 hotels in Prague. I would personally give it a miss.
Thanks for your insightful thoughts into your personal preferences. I thought this was a site for deals not travel reviews? If it's not your cup of tea then fine....just because you would prefer to stay elsewhere does not make this a bad deal. 3 night breaks in a 4* hotel with flights in a capital city for the price on offer is not the norm.

If the hotel is crap and is not actually in the centre then it doesn't really matter how cheap it is! More info was needed before you can decide if this is a good deal of not, i have posted some of the hotels shortcomings is all. I personally wouldn't go to this hotel, I did not vote either way though. No need to go off on one just because someone else gave an opinion that isn't the same as yours!


Edited By: cdm22 on Jan 12, 2011 16:01
#13
boozyfloozy
thedan
There's not even a metro stop nearby.


There's a bus station next to the hotel grounds and free transfers into the city centre


But personally, I would just go for the city centre. Public transport is wonderful (and cheap) in Prague, but I'd prefer to spend my time exploring the city and not waiting for a bus :)

Maybe not 100% relevant if you use this hotel's free bus, but http://www.dpp.cz/en/ is the site to plan your transport in the city if you're heading to Prague.

I'm guessing the flights for this deal are with Wizz Air as I believe they are the only operator flying direct from Luton-Prague. Flights either depart at around 7:30am or sometimes in the evening arriving after 11pm, not that it's a big problem but I'd never get to the airport in time for an early flight :)

Not wishing to criticise the deal, it certainly is cheap, it just doesn't work for me.
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thedan
boozyfloozy
thedan
There's not even a metro stop nearby.
There's a bus station next to the hotel grounds and free transfers into the city centre
But personally, I would just go for the city centre. Public transport is wonderful (and cheap) in Prague, but I'd prefer to spend my time exploring the city and not waiting for a bus :)Maybe not 100% relevant if you use this hotel's free bus, buthttp://www.dpp.cz/en/ is the site to plan your transport in the city if you're heading to Prague.I'm guessing the flights for this deal are with Wizz Air as I believe they are the only operator flying direct from Luton-Prague. Flights either depart at around 7:30am or sometimes in the evening arriving after 11pm, not that it's a big problem but I'd never get to the airport in time for an early flight :)Not wishing to criticise the deal, it certainly is cheap, it just doesn't work for me.

Cheers for the tip re buses and Wizz Air Dan - I have used them when I lived up north and they're pretty good as far as budget airlines go. They actually have eve flights which is good for the non-morning people like me....but not sure if the evening flights are only from certain airports
#15
how expensive is prague nowadays? reccomendations for cheaper places to please X)
#16
money monster
how expensive is prague nowadays? reccomendations for cheaper places to please X)


Prague isn't a shopping destination, so that sort of thing isn't cheap. But hotels, dining out, nights out are still cheap. If you want even cheaper then maybe hop on easyjet to Sofia or somewhere similar.
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money monster
how expensive is prague nowadays? reccomendations for cheaper places to please X)


I would say Krakow but since they joined the EU I noticed a huge increase in prices.....that said, it is still very cheap for dining out etc....like thedan says about Prague, Krakow isn't a shopping destination nowdays
#18
This would be a first. An advertised Teletext holiday that is actually available.
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This place is in the ass end of nowhere.

I am going to Prague at the end of the month with the misses.
Flights and hotel (3 star admittedly but in the old town right on Charles Bridge) for £120pp

£10 more expensive, but i wont have to pay to travel to all the sites each time.

This is cold from me
#20
to those that have been, do you think it is a safe place for me and the girlfriend to have a boozy weekend break
#21
Was thinking the same thing federalex, saw a documentary the other day about the sex industry in Prague and it made me think twice about going there.
#22
It's a great place for a boozy weekend but stay out of wenceslas square where there are a lot of black guys trying to get you to go into certain clubs
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scuv
It's a great place for a boozy weekend but stay out of wenceslas square where there are a lot of black guys trying to get you to go into certain clubs

Really? Have been twice and never noticed that!
#24
Really? Have been twice and never noticed that!

maybe its just because we were a group of guys they were harassing us
zlaty strom is the ultimate club
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Nad_84
This place is in the ass end of nowhere.I am going to Prague at the end of the month with the misses.Flights and hotel (3 star admittedly but in the old town right on Charles Bridge) for £120pp£10 more expensive, but i wont have to pay to travel to all the sites each time.This is cold from me

Free transfers to and from the city centre
#26
Free transfers to and from the city centre

Yeah plus for about £7 you can buy a travel pass which gives you unlimited train tram and bus travel for 5 days
#27
money monster
how expensive is prague nowadays? reccomendations for cheaper places to please X)


Slovakia... cities like Poprad and Ruzomberok. Cheap beer, great views, skiing, and they take euros.
#28
Ok, anyone got tips on, or links to similar deals for a weekend stay, hotel, flights etc for feb/march in the city centre? Got around 8 of us that want to head there
#29
rounderdvds
Ok, anyone got tips on, or links to similar deals for a weekend stay, hotel, flights etc for feb/march in the city centre? Got around 8 of us that want to head there

Will you be looking for some big chested girls like the one in your avatar.
#30
rounderdvds
Ok, anyone got tips on, or links to similar deals for a weekend stay, hotel, flights etc for feb/march in the city centre? Got around 8 of us that want to head there


You can fly easyjet, bmibaby, Wizz Air, jet2 cheaply enough, depends on where you're starting out from in the UK. Hotels are cheap, just depends on how fussy you are. 2 people can share a room from £30 a night upwards I guess.
#31
federalex
to those that have been, do you think it is a safe place for me and the girlfriend to have a boozy weekend break


There's a lot more to Prague than just beer, but yes, it's safe! I spend half my time there and I've never had any problems (drunk or otherwise!) Just like London and other places, look out for petty theft and be wary of anybody that is trying to lure you into any clubs :)
#32
this is pretty far from the centre, if you want a quiet time i can recommend staying around the castle, its a really historical.
#33
i loved prague, was there in sept - beers £90p to £2.00
#34
Its good beer aswell i liked the dark beer
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boozyfloozy
cdm22
boozyfloozy
cdm22
Seems to be a long way out from the centre and fairly mixed reviews toohttp://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Hotel_Review-g274707-d312944-Reviews-Na_Zamecku_Hotel-Prague_Bohemia.html
Depends what you're after.....if you want a boozy weekend clubbing in the centre of the city then this wouldn't be the deal for you anyway. Some folk like quiet weekend breaks. As for being far away, they offer free transport.Good ole tripadvisor......mixed reviews are the norm....depends on the individual traveller. Think you'll find mixed reviews for most places these days.
Boozy weekend clubbing?! :D Ha, not me, but do like to be close to all sights and attractions and not reliant on a hotel bus you have to book and then only goes into and out of the centre until 6pm (Although public transport is quite good I much prefer not needing to). I'll give you the mixed review norm, but I have yet to book a bad hotel after using trip advisor when it scores highly on it. This is rated 364 out of 663 hotels in Prague. I would personally give it a miss.


Thanks for your insightful thoughts into your personal preferences. I thought this was a site for deals not travel reviews? If it's not your cup of tea then fine....just because you would prefer to stay elsewhere does not make this a bad deal.
3 night breaks in a 4* hotel with flights in a capital city for the price on offer is not the norm.

In other words: dont dare criticise my deal or i attack you personnaly
#36
monkeyhanger75
Great City, getting expensive now - was 40p a pint 5 years ago! Lot of medieval stuff untouched by WW2


I went last easter. Still around £1-£1.50 for a good pint - makes u realise how much worse the largers here are. Staropramen is great. Foods really cheap as well, a good meal would be £8-10 with a drink as long as u dont go to the major tourist traps.
#37
rounderdvds
Ok, anyone got tips on, or links to similar deals for a weekend stay, hotel, flights etc for feb/march in the city centre? Got around 8 of us that want to head there


We stayed in the three crowns hotel. Google it. Pretty cheap and just a tram into the centre (number 21 I believe). At the airport we bought a 5 day travel ticket (includes everything) so all travel to and from the hotel to the airport and all around was free. We flew with easyjet.
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Mascherano
In other words: dont dare criticise my deal or i attack you personnaly[/quote]Personal attack how? cdm was talking about his preferences, which is cool on review sites...but one person's cup of tea does not make something a deal or not, does it?!!
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rounderdvds
Ok, anyone got tips on, or links to similar deals for a weekend stay, hotel, flights etc for feb/march in the city centre? Got around 8 of us that want to head there

I've seen a new site advertised on TV for good hotel deals. Not used them yet but might be worth a look
http://www.trivago.co.uk/index.php?cip=30010200&ef_id=K85NLuItBQABwX8:20110113161732:s
#40
Tripadvisor reviews.

Not great but not the worst.

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