Affordable Accommodation Pension Corto

Affordable accommodation in the centre of Prague is not easy to find but Pension Corto (3-star) is an exception to this rule. Located close to Wenceslas Square, Old Town and Charles Bridge, Pension Corte is perfectly suited for travellers who want to be right in the middle of all the sights. Pittoresque and vibrant Havelske market is at its doorstep.
Pension Corto (also known as Residence Corto Old Town) is affordable accommodation in the heart of Prague and situated in the pedestrian zone between Wenceslas Square and Old Town Square. During the day this is a vibrant and buzzing part of the city, during the evening and at night very quiet. Restaurants, cafes, beer gardens, shops, museums and theaters are all within walking distance. This is one of the best hotels and very affordable if you want to stay in the centre of Prague

Affordable Accommodation in Prague Centre

Affordable accommodation in Prague is usually found in the suburbs, if you want to stay in the centre you pay through the nose. Pension Corto is located in a monumental building. The rooms are located on the first and fifth floors. Since the building is a listed building, there is no lift. The rooms on the first floor overlook the Havelske open air market (open every day). The rooms on the fifth floor are particularly attractive, with wooden beams and a view of Prague’s red tiled roofs.

Pension Corto: Guest Rooms

Pension Corto has single double and triple rooms. All rooms have en-suite bathrooms, satellite TV, WiFi and tea and coffee making facilities. Included in the room rates is the breakfast which includes homemade products. Vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free dishes are available on request. Reception is open from 09.00 to 20.00. In case of a later arrival, pick up your keys at the reception of Hotel Golden Age at Havelsk√° 18 which is a one-minute walk away.

Pizzeria Corto

Pizzeria Restaurant Corto serves authentic Italian specialties both indoors and on the terrace. Hotel guests receive a 20% discount in the restaurant. The daily menu with different dishes is very budget-friendly. If you order à la carte, you pay a little more. Prices in Pizzeria Corto are very reasonable taking into consideration that that this restaurant is in the centre of Prague.

How to get there

To get to Pension Corto from Vaclav Havel Airport takes about 45 minutes. The closest metro station is Mustek and from here a 5-minute walk to Pension Corte. That is to say if you find the right exit. Mustek station is HUGE and if you get out at the wrong exit you will have to walk 15 minutes to the hotel. Even though your cheapest option is public transport, it may be a good idea to book the airport shuttle. Read here all about the various transport options.
Address, Pension Corto, Havelska 15, Prague

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