Despite asking about the bed situation we arrived to find that the double was in fact a sofa converted bed, hard and uncomfortable, and the 2 singles were 3 chair cushions on a wooden frame, both very uncomfortable and difficult to sleep on. the Location was ideal, very central, and the fact that it belonged to a national film comedy actor made the stay very interesting. Other points of note. Some ash trays left full, hot water can scold you if not careful, mats on Parque floor very slippy.
Excellent location - close to Old Town Square and still quiet; large, spacious flat with plenty of character. My mother has just booked it for her next holiday in Prague.
we stayed only one night in the apartment Dusni and could have stayed forever. It used to be the home of a famous Czech actor and is enormous, full of antique furniture. We shall be visiting Prague again and will certainly stay at the Dusni.