Boutique Hotel Seven Days
Prague is one of my very favourite European cities; packed with character, stunning gothic architecture and lots of narrow lanes with friendly pubs and interesting shops. The Boutique Hotel Seven Days makes for an ideal romantic base for your time in Prague; well situated with a lovely atmosphere and spacious rooms what’s not to like!
The hotel is conveniently located in the heart of Prague, the capital city of the Czech Republic in Europe. You are a short walk from Wenceslas Square and the National Museum and within easy access of both the subway and the tram.
Style & Character
The classic boutique hotel is housed in a grand 19th-century building. Inside the décor is elegant and traditional with luxury Italian neoclassical furniture and lots of deep, romantic red; perfectly fitting for the city of love.
Service & Facilities
The excellent facilities provide you with everything that you need when you return after exploring the streets of Prague. Work out at the newly refurbished hotel gym, unwind in the private sauna and jacuzzi or really indulge those aching limbs with a soothing massage. The hotel has a small private garage for a limited number of cars; quite the luxury in a city centre hotel!
The hotel also offers a range of packages so you can add a romantic river cruise or airport transfers into your stay; very handy as it saves you a job booking all those extras.
The staff are excellent here, they welcome you with a smile and nothing is too much trouble. A unique example of this lovely service is the complimentary use of a smartphone during your stay with free calls and data!
The beautiful, immaculate, ensuite rooms and suites are all air-conditioned and soundproofed and offer all the amenities that you would expect with luxury travel. Upgrade to a Suite for a huge luxury room and the option of inclusive wellness access or a family suite with a separate lounge room so you can really spread out and feel right at home.
Food & Drink
The relaxed V-Café Bar serves both lunch and dinner and is also a great sociable place to come and enjoy a drink or two after a day of sightseeing. Dine at the refined, formal restaurant and enjoy a candlelit gourmet meal; a perfect end to a romantic day. Feast on breakfast the next day; the generous and varied spread is somewhat legendary amongst guests and more than sets you up for a day out in Prague!
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