This recently reconstructed hotel with a fairy-talish atmosphere has a wonderful location in the historic part of Prague, the scenic environment of Malá Strana (The Lesser Town). Guests will appreciate the immediate vicinity of the jewels of the old Prague such as Prague Castle, Charles Bridge, the National Theatre or Petřín lookout tower. The history of this hotel is also remarkable. Hellichova street, in which the hotel is located, was named after a famous Czech painter Josef Vojtěch Hellich. The hotel house was formerly resided by Christopher Dienzenhoffer and his son Killian Ignatius, the two most important architects of Prague Baroque gems.
All of the 42 well-equipped elegant rooms have separate sanitary facilities, a telephone, safe deposit, and satellite TV. In this 5-storey hotel lift is available.
This "garni" category hotel (fully furnished) offers only breakfasts served in the form of a buffet in a very pleasant ambience with a fairy-talish atmosphere, which is typical for the all hotel.
A separate hotel car park is attached.