FAMILY PACKAGE Come and stay with us in De Luxe room for 4 persons and you will receive free buffet breakfast, internet access coffee set and 5% discount from web price. The Union hotel offers 57 rooms in three categories: standard, deluxe and suite with on-line reservations.
Certain types of rooms have a connecting door, which is appreciated by larger families.
Underlit buildings keep the haunting but magical vibe steady, while people head out to places like Karlovy Lazne, a famous five-story nightclub that boasts being the largest of its kind in Central Europe.
From spinning in cobble-stoned streets and taking in all the sights to eating fried cheese off a street cart, you’ll be living out a fantasy when you visit the Czech Republic’s capital.
Kafka’s oft-cited line about little Mother Prague having claws is no joke - nor is the equating of the word Bohemian with a life based on sensation seeking.
Thus, even the Hugo Boss suit types manage to find time for a beer and a 90-minute lunch of goulash or a smoke under the chestnut trees.
Nor does any Praguer look twice when couples make out enthusiastically on the Metro or people stumble drunkenly off trams or pass around a joint at a park.
Laissez-faire Czechs are not easily riled - a fact some have said quickly turned the Velvet Revolution into a real estate fire sale.
Although the clock falls in third place when it comes to oldest astronomical clocks in the world, it is the oldest still working.
A grim legend surrounds the intricate timekeeper: If it’s neglected, doom will supposedly befall the city.
The cobblestone squares and spiking gothic architecture make you feel immersed in a classic fairy tale, when witches cursed princesses to sleep and Sundays were spent buying groceries from pushcarts with a wicker basket in tow.