Luxurious Boutique Hotel in Prague!
This luxury five star Prague boutique hotel is an intimate and original place to stay in the Lesser Quarter. The newly opened hotel, which offers accommodation in 20 rooms, was designed by AI DESIGN architectural studio in cooperation with Eva Jiřičná Architects atelier in London; the harmonious renovation carefully blended clear lines, natural elements such as wood, metal, stone and glass, and an unconventional modern interior together with the Renaissance interior. The building dates back to the 14th century, evident in the large preserved Gothic cellar. In the 17th century, the building was renovated in the Renaissance style, a style the interior still boasts today, and was given a house sign with the image of three storks, which according to superstition were carriers of good news, prosperity, and insurers of blissful homes. The current Classicist façade is from the reconstruction in 1794 and 1820.
At the Three Storks is located in the romantic and residential quarter of Mala Strana and sits below magnificent Prague Castle. This popular neighborhood of Prague features winding cobblestone streets, outdoor cafes and restaurants, plenty of tourist attractions, palaces and hidden gardens.
Amenities include a reception desk that is open 24-hours with multilingual personnel, a comfortable lobby bar open from 7 a.m. till 10 p.m., and an air-conditioned conference room with a capacity for up to 35 persons with a data projector, flipchart, LCD monitor, projecting screen, microphones and recording devices. The Wallenstein restaurant located on the first floor of the building serves traditional Czech fare, as well as French culinary delights and vintage wines. Breakfast and 14% VAT included in price.
Superb Comfort! The Superior Rooms At the Three Storks Hotel are a perfect blend of modernity and history with all the charms of the Renaissance, including original painted ceilings and wooden beams in...
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