This recently remodeled, state of the art designed penthouse in the center of Prague (Malostranska) will take your breath away. Super view of castle, super neighborhood filled with restaurants and bars, historical adventures, safe, walkable, central, old and inspiring. 2 minute walk to tram lines that traverse the city and Metro Green Line A.
The interior of the apartment is filled with windows so it's bright and clean with loads of natural light, Italian furniture, an incredible view of city and the castle, and high speed Internet that is located in a safe, secured building in a safe and beautiful part of Prague. Kitchen and living room are fully equipped with Espresso machine and Satellite TV with DVD player as well.
Although it's centrally located, windows are double paned so noise is at a minimum.
Comfortably fits two people with one bedroom and one bath, however three people can fit, with one person sleeping downstairs on couch.
No smoking. No parties. No pets. 3 people maximum. PLEASE respect the apartment as if it were your own.
I spend 5 days in ludek's flat with my girlfriend and we had a wonderfull time.
Ludek was a great host, easygoing and really nice with us. The flat is just amazing and if you think that the flat seems to be good on the pictures I recommand you to book it because he's 20 times better in reality. The location is just perfect, you could think he's a bite far from the center but Praha is a small city and belive me, not being in the middle of this touristic mess is a real plus.
Ludek was easy to communicate with and flexible with a meeting time. His place is as depicted in the photos - clean, with a gorgeous panoramic view of Prague. It was quiet, safe and centrally located.
Ludek's place is as described - stunning. Great location and apartment, and they were wonderful hosts - very nice, courteous and accommodating. I'd recommend them to anyone and will definitely try to stay with them next time we are in Prague. The penthouse apartment is very nice, with great views of the Charles Bridge and Prague Castle. Thanks for everything, Ludek!