Accommodation with a Difference: Reasons to Try a Prague Botel
Botels on the Vltava River in Prague
Did you know that running almost central through the city of Prague is the longest river in the Czech Republic? The Vltava River has a powerful presence in the city and has over twenty bridges spanning it, connecting the eastern side of Prague with the western side. The river has led to a rise in the number of boats made into hotels, floating on the river – botels. There are well-known botels available and as well as providing a unique atmosphere they suit a range of budgets. Read on to find out more about this exciting accommodation with a difference and why you should give it a try.
A Prague botel offers style and a unique atmosphere
If you conduct a search for Prague botel information on the internet you will find there are several operators who offer stays in this wonderful accommodation. Try to find websites that have images of the botels so that you are certain before you book that you like what you see.
Many of the botels, such as the Botel Racek (seagull in Czech) or the Admiral Botel, have an elegant, olde-worlde feel to them, which adds to the experience. With traditional wooden panels, antique furniture and brass finishings, these floating Prague Vltava hotel options add a touch of class to your experience. The photographs and descriptions of the botels will help you to determine whether this unique accommodation is the right choice for you.
Suitable for those travellers on a tight budget
The cost of staying in a Prague botel is usually cheaper than staying in accommodation on dry land. With prices starting from as little as 19 Euros per night (including breakfast and VAT), a Prague botel is a great option for travellers that are on a restricted budget. Most of the botels have their own bars and restaurants located on the boat as well as room service, offering a range of cuisine and drinks including cocktails. Should you have a little extra cash to splash out for a night on the town, then the botels are located in the heart of Prague and so it is easy to get your glad-rags on and head out.
Golfyacht Prague botel: the golf boat in Prague city centre
If you want more modern comfort and less historical style, you can try Golfyacht Prague Botel, which is also a good option for golf lovers (you can tee off right from the deck). This botel, located near Vltavska Metro Station is highly rated among visitors mainly due to gourmet cuisine and helpful staff.
Botels are a great accommodation choice for all travelling groups
No matter whether you are a businessman in Prague for a meeting or a family on a holiday with a difference, a Prague botel is perfect for all types of travellers. You may also find that several of the botels, including the Botel Racek, offer free accommodation for children under the age of three (when accompanied by at least one adult). With facilities such as pools and massage treatments available on board, as well as being in close proximity to the attractions and facilities available in the heart of Prague, a botel is a great choice for any group.