A historical burgher house situated in the historical centre of the city straight on the "Royal Route" in close vicinity of the main entrance gate to Prague Castle. The first historical written record of the building dates back to the 15th century. The preserved basement rooms are from the Gothic period. Renaissance is represented by the painted beam ceilings while the entrance portal provides evidence of the Baroque reconstruction. The house facade is particularly unique being connected with the 17th century's famous painter of altar pictures Petr Brandl who was born in this house and lived here. The hotel-type rooms on the higher floors where the authenticity of history is emphasized with original historical furniture.
center, Lesser town.
Capacity: 26 beds.
historical comfort rooms
Czech and international kitchen
shower, bathtub, WC, mini bar, TV, satellite
restaurant, bar, cafe
lift, pets allowed
|Car and parking
|Single room||76,- EU||100,- EU||125,- EU||161,EU|
|Double room||93,- EU||114,- EU||139,- EU||182,- EU|
|Apt 1pers.||100,- EU||129,- EU||161,- EU||200,- EU|
|Apt 2 pers.||114,- EU||143,- EU||175,- EU||218,- EU|