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What We Love

  • Sleek and stylish rooms and suites, located in the heart of the City of a Thousand Spires The fabulous location, just a short walk from the iconic Old Town Square
  • Spending a night in and cooking up a storm in your fully equipped kitchenette
  • Getting blissfully lost in the maze of cobbled lanes right on your doorstep

What To Know

  • Feels more like your own private pad than a hotel
  • Central location means it's an easy walk to all the main sights
  • Free WiFi
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Overview

A stylish self-catering stay in central Prague – includes a welcome bottle of wine and an optional suite

The Lowdown

The UNESCO World Heritage Czech Republic capital of Prague is one of Europe’s most iconic cities, with a fascinating, varied and complex history dating back over a thousand years. Known as the ‘City of a Thousand Spires’, it’s stacked with architectural gems, from palaces and historic bridges to a hilltop castle and grand squares. The star of the show has to be Old Town Square, with its colourful baroque buildings, imposing Gothic churches and famous Astronomical Clock, which you can see in action every hour.
An easy walk from the square is Alveo Suites, serving up five storeys of smart suite style living where you can make like a local and cater for yourself in your very own kitchenette. Step forth from your sleek urban pad to explore a maze of cobbled lanes, happening on hidden courtyards and gardens, stopping off at characterful cafes and quirky bars. We recommend you leave the map at home and embark on your own magical mystery tour.
It’s hard to miss the city’s famous 700-year-old stone Charles Bridge, lined with statues of Catholic saints, that straddles the lovely lazy river Vlatva. Another must-see is the rambling Prague Castle complex atop a hill, home to the gothic St Vitus Cathedral, baroque Old Royal Palace and Romanesque St George’s Basilica. Rather more modern city icons elsewhere include the futuristic Zizkov Tower for 360-degree views from 328 feet up, or the faux Eiffel Tower at Perrin. After all that sightseeing it’s time to indulge in one of Prague’s other main draws – a refreshing beer – regarded by many as the best in the world.

How to Get There

Alveo Suites
Na Porici 1066/27
Prague, Czech Republic

Reviews

Good Location
lauractravel2019

The suite we had was basic but lovely. They were spotlessly clean and it was a decent size. You have to check in at a hotel down the road, the people on reception there are very helpful and gave us a map as this was our first time in Prague. There is a lidl a short walk away and the old town is walkable too. The rooms do get hot and stuffy but there is a fan in the room. You can also store your luggage at the hotel where you checked in for a small fee which was very useful for us as we had a late flight. I would recommend these suites and would return if I were to go to Prague again.

Location!
temaniss

Clean spacious apartment in downtown Prague. You can walk to old town and station. Starbucks accross the road, supermarket and money changer lays just next to you. We stayed in the suite (was it executive suite? I forgot) with 1 bedroom. It's complete with kitchen and washing machine. I didn't use it but i guess it could be handy for some to know. Front door is weird, but you will get used to it. Overall i like this hotel and yes definitely will recommend it to everyone.

Great Location
Boho1979

Stayed here with a girlfriend when we had a city break. Whilst it doesn’t look like much from the street, the building is very clean and the rooms feel large and inviting. The bathrooms were great and we found the location to be very convenient to walking everywhere we wanted and felt a very safe neighbourhood to be out in at night.
There was a fan in the room and we used it as it was very hot. No air con and I feel that in the summer the rooms would be unbearable for me to stay in as there is no air circulating. We did open the windows too however it is secondary double glazing with the windows opening inwards so you risk knocking yourself out if you get out of bed at night. That being said I would defiantly return in the winter time to use this place.