Prague Budget Hotel


Villa Andy

16 Bedroom Prague Budget Hotel Sleeps 36
Rates: 88-32 EUR per night. Minimum Rental - 2 nights.

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Hotel Villa ANDY *** in Prague is opened after reconstruction.
Our hotel is located in a beautiful part of Prague - 5, surrounded with family villas, close to the “Czech Hollywood”, the Barrandov film studios.
Villa Andy is the perfect choice for those tired of the city hassle, monstrous modern buildings, and wanting to experience the real, quiet Europe. Europe as it is. All our visitors are invited to enjoy our inexpensive restaurant, with excellent Czech and other food, a summer cafe, sauna, massage, whirpool, lobby bar, gift and souvenir shop, all with non-stop service.

16 TVs
Pet Friendly
Smoking Permitted
Sauna
Jacuzzi - Inside
Hair Dryer
Iron
Breakfast Included
Parking Available
Public Transportation Near
Twin/dbl Dbl for sngl use
Double Bed, Private Bath, TV, 2-Twin Beds. 2-Twin Beds, Private Bath, TV.

There are 16 double rooms available, with the possibility to have an extra bed in the same room. The maximum number of visitors at one time is 38 people. All of our comfortable rooms, furnished in a cosy manner, yet with taste, are equipped with a TV and satellite receiver, telephone, and, of course, bathrooms and toilets.
Prices are included breakfast, VAT and city tax.
Sngl 32 to 45 EUR/night. Dbl 50 to 88 EUR/night.
Pricing for Budget Hotel in Prague Czech Republic are quoted in EUR




Check in time 2 PM
Check out time 12 PM
Payment methods accepted: American Express, Visa, Master Card, Cash.
Property Lodging Tax : 5
Tax included in rates above
Cancellation Policy: No
Deposit Required for Budget Hotel : No

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The capital of the Czech Republic is our most valuable urban conservation area. In 1992 the historical core of the city covering 866 hectares was listed in the UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage Register.
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Prague Local Attractions
Restaurants Nearby Nightlife 5-10 Miles
Museums 5-10 Miles Tennis 5-10 Miles
Theaters 5-10 Miles Art Galleries 5-10 Miles
Swimming 5-10 Miles

Villa Andy is a Prague Budget Hotel in Praha Czech Republic