general: Newly reconstructed hotel Clementin is housed in the narrowest preserved building in the heart of Prague, parts of which date back to 1360. It sits halfway between Charles Bridge and Old Town Square, and within a 5-minute walk from the Staromestska metro station, the perfect spot for exploring all of the sights of the charming city. Guests of the venue can use its bicycle rental service to move around easily, but they should be really careful when cycling around the small, winding cobbled streets of the old city due to the numerous cafe bars that had placed their tables outside. Although there is hardly anything better than a glass of chilled local beer at the end of the day at one of those places. The hotel itself also features such a cafe, which even opens to a charming terrace right on the narrow Seminarska Street - a great choice for some people watching and a relaxed snack.