Originally a residential house built in 1888, the hotel is a fine architectural example and is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The hotel was fully refurbished to become a hotel offering all modern conveniences. There are 50 rooms in total at this city hotel. Guests are welcomed in the lobby with 24-hour reception, a hotel safe and lift access to the upper floors. Guests are invited to wine and dine in the bar and restaurant. Conference facilities, wireless Internet access, room and laundry services, and a garage also feature.
The hotel is located in the very centre of Prague, close to the Old Town and Wenceslas Square, which is a lively shopping and entertainment area, in addition to being an important business area. The area is well connected thanks to two major underground lines and many trams. There are also lots of restaurants and shops within walking distance.
Every room has its own en suite bathroom with a tub or shower corner, WC, hairdryer and cosmetic mirror. The rooms are equipped with TV sets providing satellite channels, an internal information channel, pay TV channels, a radio, direct dial telephone and a minibar. The Internet can be accessed using cable connections to a laptop or via an infrared keyboard through the Pay TV system. A double bed, safe, air conditioning and heating also come as standard.
The gym is situated on the top floor. Use of the gym is free of charge to all hotel guests. There is also a hot tub and a sauna.
The restaurant located on the ground floor features international as well as typical Czech cuisine for an exclusive dinner. An exquisite list of wines and other beverages complete the dining experience. A breakfast buffet is served each morning.
The hotel accepts American Express, Diners Club, MasterCard and VISA as payment methods.
From the station, guests can take metro line C towards de Háje and get off at Muzeum. The hotel is only a few steps away from the bus stop. Prague airport is around 19 km from the hotel. By public transport from the airport, guests can take bus no. 119 or 254 as far as Dejvická then the metro line A and get off at Muzeum. Guests can also take a CEDAZ bus to the same underground station or to the city centre.
Direct dial telephone
Satellite cable TV