Clementin

Clementin
Take the advantage of the ideal hotel location on the medieval Royal route, connecting the most beautiful places in Prague ­ Old Town Square, Charles Bridge and Prague Castle for many centuries. In the heart of the Old Town, in the heart of Prague, you will have an opportunity to discover old romantic places, sit on the bank of the Vltava river with a cup of coffee, discover many museums, galleries and markets, enjoy the time in the theatre or taste great food in many various restaurants. Come to our place to get to know the charm of Prague and you will wish to come back again.

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  • AddressSeminarska 4, 110 00, Stare Mesto
  • AreaMalá Strana, Staré Mesto, Nové Mesto
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