Hunger Wall Residence
AddressPlaska 8 PragueSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
The Hunger Wall offers bright, stylish, modernised apartments at reasonable short-stay rates. From the smiling welcome at reception to the spotlessly clean rooms, the atmosphere here is resolutely ‘new Prague’, with facilities that include an excellent cafe , conference room and a tiny gym. Located in the quieter southern part of Malá Strana, only two tram stops from Malostranské náměstí.
Our independent authors have visited Hunger Wall Residence and selected this as one of our recommended apartments in Malá Strana.
Description provided by property
This 4-star central Prague accommodation is just 500 metres from Anděl Metro Station. It is situated in a renovated 1903 building and offers well-furnished apartments with kitchens and free Wi-Fi in quiet surroundings.
Apartments at Hunger Wall Residence have wood floors, modern furniture and white linens. In-room facilities include a kitchenette and laundry facilities. Each apartment’s LCD TV has satellite channels and a DVD player.
Guests can choose from a selection of breakfast, lunch, dinner or salads and sandwiches at the award-winning Café Lounge. It is very popular for freshly roasted coffee.
Hotel staff can book tickets to many of the city’s cultural events, including those at the National Theatre which is 300 metres away.
Attractions including the Charles Bridge and Prague Castle are within 1 km. The Ujezd tram stop with 6 tram lines is just 50 metres away from the Residence.
Services & facilities
- Breakfast in the room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking throughout
- Ticket service
- Airport shuttle (surcharge)
- Free WiFi
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