A homely, quiet hotel by the railway station and opposite the Staropramen brewery. Fear not, double glazing keeps the noise out of the sunny, well appointed rooms although you should take a rear courtyard facing room if you are a light sleeper. Minibar, hair dryer etc. are standard in their not-so-standard rooms – this is a converted 1898 residential building so all rooms are unique; the owner is an architect. Staff are friendly and multilingual.