Welcome: Situated within a
house dating from the 16th century and is protected under the
historical monuments act. The hotel is the birthplace of one the
most famous baroque architects, Kilian Ignaz Dientzenhofer
(1689-1751). The pension is a very quiet and private residence
recommended for individuals small family groups, business travellers
and disabled people. We evaluate it as three star with a reasonable
price in an excellent location.
Location: One of the best
locations in Prague the pension is hidden away in the Mala Strana
area of Prague beneath the Prague Castle. The Vltava river is a
stones throw away only a short walk through the secluded Kampa park.
All the major sights are in 5 min walking distance but if necessary
it is possible to catch a tram which can either take you to your
destination or to the Malostranska metro stop.
Rooms: The capacity of the family pension is three suites, three
double rooms, and one single room. All rooms are equipped with their
own bathroom, toilet, radio, TV with satellite channels, direct dial
telephone. The pension is accessible to disabled people especially
Restaurants: Guests can enjoy
the dining room where breakfast, lunch and dinner are served, the
bar and wine cellar and the garden terrace above the river Certovka.
Services: Information office, room service, fax, video, copy
services, laundry services including ironing and dry cleaning,
facilities for the disabled, safety boxes, day and night time baby
sitting, taxi and in house safe parking for cars.