It's a paradox, but it must be noted: the main asset of this address is not its rooms (they all vary in size and offer worn-out bedding). But its location (in the heart of Mala Strana, where you can set off on a sightseeing tour on foot - do not miss the library of Strahov nor the Castle, in addition to the Golden Lane and the miniature Eiffel Tower in the park of Mala Strana). And the restaurant, independent, has its dining room located in the basement of the hotel. There is a steak house where you can enjoy all kinds of meat: zebra, ostrich, horse and even crocodile! Prices are quite reasonable (around 10 pounds for 8 ounces of meat). The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner. It is advisable to make a reservation for dinner because this address is very popular among Prague residents.
Advice on lodging
Some rooms have preserved their original decoration (the building dates back to 18th century). Ask for room 305 as its wall is decorated with an old fresco and the ceiling beams are painted with stylised motifs. And room 209 has, in addition to the painted ceiling beams, a lounge separate from the room. Old furniture as well.
Certainly, these "classy" accommodations really give the impression of sleeping in the past: it is less exciting in terms of comfort...