Hotel Kampa Garden is a great option for accommodation if you are in Prague for a long or a short stay. It has the benefit of being small and friendly and it is located on a very pretty Kampa island on the river Vltava right in the centre of the city. After considerable renovation during the last few years it reopened as recently as 2011 and offers rooms to suit individual travellers, couples, families and small groups.
Apart from its very attractively laid out dining room in which breakfast is served in buffet style every morning Kampa Garden Hotel doesn't have any restaurant or bar within the hotel. However this should be no problem whatsoever as in the immediate vicinity are a wonderful number of excellent dining options. Some bars, pubs and clubs also are close by so one should have no problem at all with dining or entertainment options.
Quiet and pleasant accommodation in a very comfortable setting is the motto of the people at Hotel Kampa Garden and with just 35 guest rooms in total this should be the feeling that guests enjoy. 23 of the guest rooms are double rooms and the others a variety of family suites and luxury living. All rooms are delightfully laid out and contain all the facilities which one expects nowadays. Free coffee and tea in your room is a lovely gesture too.
Kampa Island isn't a very big space but nevertheless it is good to know the exact address of the hotel and this is U Sovovych mlynu 9. It lays just 100 metres from the steps leading up to the gorgeous Charles Bridge and other superb landmarks walkable from the hotel include Little Town Square and the National Theatre. The lovely Hill of Petrin is close by too. For a memorable stay in Prague the Kampa Garden Hotel may be perfect for you.
Here are the most interesting attractiveness and their distances from Kampa Garden Hotel:
1) Charles Bridge ........100 metres
2) Prague Castle .........800 metres
3) Old Town Square ......850 metres
4) Petrin Tower - Cable Car......450 metres
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