Hotel Kampa – The Old Armoury

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Locality: Prague 1 / Mala Strana, price from: 56 € per night
Offering a peaceful surrounding, the Kampa Hotel Prague with comfortable accommodation and excellent services welcomes all types of holidaymakers for a pleasant and tranquil stay. Location: This charming hotel is located in the historical centre of Prague and is surrounded by a beautiful park providing a great location as well as a peaceful atmosphere. This property is also near the Charles Bridge, one of the oldest bridges in Europe. Rooms: The property boasts 79 traditionally styled guestrooms, which are beautifully decorated with every modern convenience for you to have a comfortable and pleasant stay. Restaurant: Enjoy a variety delicious dishes along with an extensive wine list at the Knights' Hall restaurant. You can also watch a knights's tournament accompanied by dancers. General: This property offers you 2 meeting rooms with a capacity of 250 people to host your conferences, business meetings and seminars. The hotel offers easy access to the nearest spots club, where guests have the chance of practicing tennis, golf, gym, squash, sauna and jetted tub.

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