The Hotel Rott is in the center of historic Prague in Old Town. In the first place, it is just a block southwest of the Old Town Hall and Clock Tower. In addition, we found getting to the hotel in Old Town very easy from the airport. Using public transportation, it costs only about $1.40. The bus station is right in front of Terminal 2 (Exit D) and a 90-minute ticket is good for the bus, tram, or subway. From the station, take bus 119 (leaves every 6 minutes) to Nadriazi Veleslavin. And then transfer to the subway line A (green line). Or for about $11, you can take an Airport Shuttle Transfer. The airport transfer will take you from the airport directly to your hotel.
Location of Hotel Rott
We loved the close proximity of this hotel to Prague’s most famous sites, such as: Old Town Hall and Astronomical Clock, Old Town City Hall, Charles Bridge, Prague Castle and Lesser Town, Old Jewish Cemetery, the Old New Jewish Synagogue, etc.
Hotel Rott Accommodations
The hotel offers 94 rooms with various size options, most being quite roomy. The building used to be a famous ironmongery called U Rotta. And then it was opened as a hotel in 2001 after some challenging reconstruction. The rooms have the standard amenities, including free WiFi internet. We enjoyed the old-world charm of the room. Equally important, nearly 2000 people combined gave the hotel a rating of 4.5 out of 5.0 on TripAdvisor.
Breakfast is available at the hotel and has an abundance of choices. Also, there are a lot of cafes are in the neighborhood to grab something to eat later in the day. The hotel’s restaurant is also open from 11am to 11pm daily for other meals.
Near By Hotel Rott
All the major famous sites are close to this hotel, which makes for this hotel’s perfect location. Overall, this is the best hotel to use as a base if you are in Prague to see the sites. You can check out my list of things to do during your visit to Prague. And even though it is close to everything, it is an oasis of calmness. You will be amazed at how easy it is to get around Prague from Hotel Rott.
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