Juno Hotel Prague (Prague)

Juno Hotel Prague (Prague)
Juno Hotel Prague

country: Czech Republic, city: Prague (Prague 10 / Suburban)

Juno Hotel Prague Juno Hotel Prague

The hotel is located in a residential are outside the centre of Prague.

Rooms are medium sized and are simply but tastefully furnished with bright wooden furniture and a cosy red color scheme. Bathrooms are small.

The large restaurant on the ground floor is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

A good value for money hotel. Although not centrally located, all major sights can be easily reached by metro.

Hotel Facilities:Room Facilities:
Business centre
Disabled facilities
Laundry facilities
Parking facilities (at cost)
Tour desk
Cable / Satellite TV

Extra Information:
3 km to City Centre
15 km to the nearest Airport (Prague)
4 minutes walk to the nearest Metro Station (Starsnicka)
close to the Station (Strasnicka)
5 km to the nearest Fair Site (Vistaviste)

Stechovicka 2296
100 00 Prague 10

International hotels. — Academic. 2010.

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