All have * bathroom/shower * WC * TV * telephone * air conditioning * internet access * minibar * safe * (certain amenities may be payable locally)
The building has three towers which have been named after the operas Aida, Bohema and Carmen. Altogether the hotel has a total of 97 rooms, including 10 apartments. The historic city is split by the Vltava River, and is home to many world-famous sights and culture centres including Prague Castle, Charles Bridge, National Theatre, Wenceslas Square and the Old Town Square. There are also plenty of restaurants, bars and entertainment venues and a fantastic nightlife scene.
The hotel does not have a swimming pool.
Eating and Drinking
The hotel has a restaurant open between 11am and 11.30pm on the first floor in the tower Aida. They serve a large selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, coffees and teas as well as cocktails and wines. Breakfast is served buffet style from 6.30am until10.30am and at the weekends until 11am, also in the restaurant on the 1st floor in tower Aida . There is a large selection of fresh bakery, cheese, salami, egg dishes, fruit and vegetables. There are many restaurants offering a variety of cuisines located very close to the hotel and room service with a full menu from the restaurant U Sv. Vaclava on the ground floor of the hotel. The quality is very good both for Czech and International cuisine. It is also possible to order the beverages to the room and there is a minibar in rooms also.
The hotel will appeal to families and couples looking for a luxurious accommodation in an excellent location.
Couples and Families