Hotel Paulíny is a modern accommodation and boarding facility in operation all year round. It was opened in 1992 and, thanks to its facilities as well as the extent and level of services provided, it was included by an official rating in the three-star hotel category. (According to the standards of the Association of Entrepreneurs in the Hotel and Tourist Industry).
Our guests have at their disposal a hotel restaurant, a lobby bar and, during the summer months, also a summer terrace. The hotel has its own car park and there is a contractual taxi service available.
In Hotel Paulíny you will find pleasant accommodation in 31 double rooms (with the possibility of an additional third or even fourth bed) and 2 suites, the total accommodation capacity of the hotel being 80 beds. Each room has its own bathroom with a shower or a tub, a WC, a TV-set with satellite reception, a radio alarm clock and a telephone extension line with the possibility of direct dialling to any country worldwide. Ground floor rooms have a barrier-free access and some of them also have an own entrance to the garden terrace.
"A hearty welcome", "a pleasant and cosy setting", "readiness and helpfulness of the staff"
are expressions that undoubtedly give a true picture of the atmosphere in our hotel. All of our employees do their best to provide you with maximum comfort and quality services to make your stay in Prague most agreeable, our primary objective being your satisfaction and return visits.
HOW TO GET THERE
The hotel is easily accessible by both the city transport and arterial roads. Take subway C and get off at Pankrac station. Go by the modern high-rise building toward the Corinthia Panorama hotel. Follow Milevská street and turn left onto Horáčkova street.
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