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Hotel U Suteru review.

Hotel U Suteru is a small quiet hotel on Palackeho Street in Prague; just a hundred yards from Wenceslas Square. Only twelve rooms, with rooms on the first floor (second floor to us Americans) being "deluxe"-- a bit bigger and a shade more nicely furnished than the rest of the rooms (which are also nice. Deluxe rooms just a bit nicer is all). Also, since there is no elevator in this hotel, a room on the first floor means only one flight of stairs to climb! The two times I stayed were in winter, so the lack of air-conditioning wasn't an issue, but I can't see it getting too hot even in midsummer because of the high ceilings and big windows in all the rooms which you can open as wide as you want (the windows, that is). The building dates back to the 1380s and has vaulted ceilings in most rooms. Bathrooms are on the small side, but have all the modern touches. TV in most rooms are small, but have cable. Room service is available from the restaurant attached to the hotel, where the food is tasty Czech cusine at low prices. Hotel staff are very friendly and are eager to help with any problems (I had none in my two stays of a week each. A burned out bulb in my room was fixed within an hour of telling them about it). WiFi signal is the rooms is rather sketchy, but a PC is available in the lobby 24/7 for the guests use. The front desk is closed from 8pm to 8am, but you can come as go as you please with the key-card which opens the main door as well as the door to the stairs (which is locked at night). If you check in the evening, your room key will be waiting for you in the restaurant, which is open until 11pm. Breakfast buffet available from 7-10 am with scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, deli tray, cold cereals, fruits, and all the usual breakfast beverages. Breakfast room is separate from the main restaurant and also features awesome vaulted ceilings and photos of old Prague on the walls. Staff is very friendly and keeps the food trays filled all morning. Mini bar in the rooms has free water and coca cola. On the same street there is a 24 pharmacy, another pub frequently by mostly locals, and a mini market. All in all a great hotel at a great price (around 80-90 euros a night, average. I've seen deals on line for as low as 60). Rooms facing the street dont have much of a view, while rooms facing inside overlook a pleasant interior courtyard.

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