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|Distance to city centre||1.1 km|
|Nearest airport||Václav Havel Prague|
|Distance to airport||10.4 km|
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It's a lovely boutique hotel located in a very quite lane. Hotel is decorated in a old palace style makes you feel like a princess. We arrived earlier than we expected and the rooms were not ready. But the staff at the front desk let us store our luggage and have breakfast first, and when we finished the day tour everything was arranged perfectly.
Rooms are a little bit small. Takes 15 mins walking to old town.
The staff was real polite and courteous. And location is good for old town area and not easy access to new town unless you walk approximate 20 min or take taxi
Not value for the money considering the price I paid for the suite. Asked for ice and was given in a glass and they dint have an ice bucket. There were no cups in the room though coffee and tea bags along with a coffee jug was there. The management was very adamant and asked me to check out exactly at 12. I had a late flight and requested many a times but the management was all about making money. I have travelled to many countries and stayed in much better hotels but these are ruthless people.
Lovely hotel in a beautiful neighborhood. Elegant and friendly.
Not a thing
A lovely, peaceful location in the best part of Prague
Excellent location in quiet, pretty, historic district. Near Kampa Park and Charles Bridge. Well sized family room. Good breakfast.
Lobby area is rather small and unimpressive
The Alchymist Nosticova Palace in Prague takes its inspiration from the period of Emperor Rudolf II. 16th century Prague was a center of alchemy, mystical learning and art; the court of Rudolf II teemed with alchemists seeking to turn base metal into gold and art dealers trying to enrich the already extensive collections of the Emperor. This devotion to history and art is more than evident in this boutique, Prague hotel. The 16 suites of this five star hotel are all furnished with valuable antiques and works of art, but what makes them truly unique is the fact that each of the rooms is named after a historical figure. Starting with Rudolf II, Tycho de Brahe and Arcimboldo on the first floor, the suites continue their individualism with, amongst others, Josef II and Mozart on the second floor, Karlstejn and Blanche of Valois on the third floor and the culmination of the Hradcany Imperial Suite on the fourth floor.
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- Stylish hotel
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