Romantik Hotel U Raka
- At a Glance
- Our Review
Cosy Bohemian charmer in Prague‘s pretty castle quarter.
Hidden among the cobblestone streets of medieval Prague, Romantik Hotel U Raka is tucked below the ramparts of Prague Castle. This little 18th century boutique hotel is a treat from start to finish.
Know It All
Hit the spot
Beneath the ramparts of Prague Castle.
Come here for...
? Quaint and characterful Bohemian charmer. ? City hideaway with a rustic feel. ? Friendly and hospitable owners.
There is a walled garden, perfect for drinks on warm days, and a cosy wood-panelled cafe for light bites.
Good to know
Ditch the killer heels – it's cobbled streets everywhere around here.
Five rooms, one suite.
All rooms come with satellite TV and a DVD player, minibar and free wi-fi. Check out Room six (the superior luxury), which has its own private terrace and open fireplace.
Try and bag the Exclusive room – the honeymooners’ favourite – with its wood-burning fireplace and private terrace.
Eat & Drink
If you fancy a light bite, Hotel U Raka’s cosy café can rustle up a tasty array of paninis, salads, pastries and desserts, served up in the garden or by the open fireplace indoors.
A buffet breakfast with optional cooked dishes (and a glass of local fizz, perhaps?) is served until 10am.
Available morning and evening.
See & Do
You’re a ten minute walk from Prague Castle, one-time home of the princes of Bohemia. Other landmarks to check out include the famous Charles Bridge, Wenceslas Square and church of Saint Nicholas. There are heaps of museums and galleries, a fascinating Jewish quarter (take a guided walk), and you can always just wander the narrow cobbled streets and squares.
Clip-clop through Prague in a horse-drawn carriage, or tour the surroundings in a vintage car – U Raka’s friendly staff will be happy to make arrangements.
An in-room massage can be arranged, but for a full range of treatments head to the Marevital massage studio ten minutes away.
Prague’s chocolate-box Christmas markets are among the best in Europe. Wander the narrow streets and squares to soak up festive cheer in Good King Wenceslas’ home town.
World class classical musicians take to the stage for the Prague International Music Festival.
ESSENTIAL INFORates Guide
EUR 135 - 260Check In
11:00.Minimum Night Stay
Open all yearAir Conditioning
Yes – all roomsChildren
Welcome. A triple room is available for families.Pets
Cerninska 10, 118 00 PragueParking
There is free guest parking, though you won’t need a car.Trains
Prague central station – 20 minutes.Taxis
The hotel can arrange an airport transfer for EUR 30.Airport
Prague – 11km.