NICHOLAS HOTEL RESIDENCE
When visiting such a bucket list & picturesque city such as Prague, it only makes sense to fully immerse yourself, and that means sleeping right in the middle of the action. Looking out the window at the impressive blend of historical architecture you’ve dreamt about, stepping outside into the centre of the ambience and returning to sleep in the very same location you just explored. That’s what you get at the Nicholas Residence, a luxury self-catering accommodation in the heart of Prague.
Built within the central Mala Strana square at the foot of Lesser town and one minute’s walk from Charles Bridge you will find yourself surrounded by Prague’s highlights. With the Baroque masterpiece, the Church of St.Nicholas looming overhead, this sixteenth century Rococo palace boasts nine intimate apartments. Accommodations range from 1 two-bedroom apartment for 6 people, 2 suites for 4 people, and 6 double rooms for 1-2 guests. Each apartment features oak floors, exposed wooden beam ceilings, a kitchenette and loft bedroom. A locally sourced bottle of wine is an added welcome gift to add even more pleasure to your stay. Be sure to crack your windows to embrace the sound and atmosphere from the street below.
The Breakfast is served in the main corridor and is buffet style from 8-11am. You are welcome to make a plate (or two) and bring back to your room to enjoy. You’ll find bottomless coffee, tea, and OJ along with a fine selection of meats, cheeses, cereals and jams. It’s as close to waking up at home as it gets, except someone else is handling all the brunt work.
While the Nicholas Residence shines with it’s authentic offerings it is truly the wonder and intrigue that arises in your psyche that makes the experience so special. Take a second to appreciate where you are, the history that exists, not only outside, but inside the very walls you’re sleeping in. It’s magical, it’s so very Prague.
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