I recently spent a week in Prague, and stayed at the Veronika apartment. It is located in the Little Quarter, near the steps that lead down from the castle. The Veronika is one of several apartments in the same building (which was constructed in the 16th century). It has recently been renovated and has new bathroom, kitchen, flooring, etc. The separated bedroom was a plus, and my adult son and his friend bunked in the two bed/lounges in the living area. Dean, who coordinates the rentals, was gone the week I spent there, but was very easy to work with ahead of time. Irena, housekeeper and jack of all trades was very helpful and pleasant. The apartment was very clean, and Irena came in several times to empty trash and provide fresh towels. Furnishings are relatively sparse, but everything that is essential is provided...including cooking items. Beds were very comfortable, with down duvets. Dean arranged a car to pick me up at the airport, and that went smoothly.
The apartment is a couple of blocks from the #22 tram, and it was easy to either walk, take the tram, or go to the Malastranka metro to travel to wherever we wanted. I was uncertain as to whether I should visit Prague in November, but the weather was relatively warm (although it did rain a bit most days). Even in November there are plenty of tourists in lovely Prague...I cannot imagine the crowds during the summer...so this may be the best of all times to visit. All in all a very successful vacation...and I would highly recommend the Veronika.
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