An ancient burgher house in the historical centre of Prague, the first written records of the house date back to the 15th century. The well preserved cellar rooms, presently housing a restaurant, are from the Gothic period. The Renaissance can be appreciated in the original painted beam ceilings of both the public premises and the guest rooms, whilst the entrance portal reminds us of the baroque reconstruction of the house. The facade is of great interest also due to its relation to Peter Brandl, a famous 17th century altar painter who was born and lived in the house. All further adaptations implied new architectural elements, with an outstanding importance of classicism.
The hotel is located in the historical centre of the town, in the vicinity of Prague Castle, overlooking the Royal Route. The Prague castle is located just 400 m from the hotel.
The House at the Red Lion offers accommodation in standard double rooms and commodious suites (for 4 persons).The Renaissance reconstruction of the house can be appreciated in the original painted beam ceilings. From the rooms, there is a wonderful view of Petřín Hill, Royal Route and the Lesser Town rooftops beneath Prague Castle. The historic atmosphere and cosiness is underlined by original period furniture. All rooms have comfort bathrooms, with a tub or a shower.he rooms are equipped with a hair drier, minibar, safe, direct dial telephone and TV set with satellite reception.he guest rooms´ as well as all public areas´ equipment meets the EU safety and fire protection standards.
Direct dial telephone
Satellite cable TV
Iron and board