Wanderful stay of 2 couples
We (2 couples) stayed at Bohemia apartments for 3 nights. We had a wonderful stay. The apartment is incredibly spacious, airy, bright and clean. It has a huge kitchen with a dining table in it, a small sofa/TV area beside it, and two bedrooms. The apartment is on the second floor, with a cafe and a bakery (very good breads and croissants) on the ground floor. There are many cafes, bakeries, cheese shops, restaurants and grocery stores nearby (there's a natural foods store across the street), and a couple of trams run right in front of the house. Although it is a vibrant area, it is a quiet apartment. It isn't very clear from the photos, but the apartment surrounds a courtyard and has a balcony going all around it. All the windows face into this courtyard, which only you have access to. This is nice, but one result is that the second bedroom (which is bigger, with a sofa in it) connects to the other rooms through the first bedroom, unless you walk along the covered balcony (which is not difficult). This makes it a bit less private than most two-bedrooms, but the rooms are quite nice. All the appliances work well (including WIFI, the washer/dryer, and dishwasher--the TV worked, but only got CNN, but we didn't mind since we weren't in Prague to watch TV). The apartment is decorated and furnished in a uniform Ikea style, but it is comfortable. Before arrival, we thought the location was going to be less than ideal since it looks a bit away from the old city on the map, but we were really happy once we arrived since the old city in the summer is so swarmed with tourists that it was nice to experience an area where people actually live. And, it was only a 15 minute walk to the main square anyway. The area felt very safe, even walking home late at night. Only thing we missed was having top sheets for the beds. We had comforters where the covers were fresh, but in the summer you don't need such heavy blankets, and we're used to having a sheet in any case.