In the near and far surroundings of the hotel you will find a wide range of restaurants for all tastes and preferences. We have put together a few tips for you:

Liandra pasta ristorante
Na Moráni 17, Prague 2

Just across the street, lovers of traditional Italian cuisine will find what they are looking for. Liandra Pasta Ristorante features recipes from all over Italy, the specialty is homemade pastas.

BlackDog Cantina
Gorazdova 1, Prague 2

Not far from the hotel, in the direction of the river, you will find a little piece of America, the Black Dog Cantina. The menu is based on North American and Latin American cuisine and focuses on burgers, Tex-Mex and BBQ. The large bar serves draught beer from various Czech breweries.

Ginger & Fred
Jiráskovo náměstí 6, Prague 2

If you are looking for an unusual place where gastronomic and cultural experience is combined, go to the 7th floor of the iconic dancing house on the banks of the Vltava River. A modern design restaurant with a fantastic view of Prague Castle.

Marina Ristorante
Alšovo nábřeží, Prague 1

An Elegant Italian restaurant in a converted river-boat with an open kitchen and views of the city.

Ristorante Botel Matylda
Masarykovo nábřeží, Prague 1

The Matylda restaurant, located in a converted boat, also offers Mediterranean cuisine with fresh seafood, various meat dishes and authentic Italian pasta. And all of this with a romantic view of the river, the weir, the lock... and, of course, Prague Castle.

U Fleků
Křemencova 11, Prague 1

Within walking distance of the hotel, you will find one of Prague's most famous and visited landmarks. On the old building of the brewery and restaurant U Fleků, you can read the year 1499 – that's how long beer has been brewed here. Enjoy the legendary dark lager produced here in one of the eight guest rooms or in the beautiful courtyard garden.

U Zlatého tygra (The Golden Tiger)
Husova 17, Prague 1

This traditional pub with a unique atmosphere in the heart of Prague's Old Town has been hosting artists, bohemians, politicians, tourists and long-time residents for two centuries. President Václav Havel took one of his American counterparts, Bill Clinton, here. The legendary Czech writer and folktale-teller Bohumil Hrabal was also a regular guest here for decades. Follow in their footsteps and enjoy a well-tapped Pilsner lager.

U PARLAMENTU (The Parliament)
Valentinská 8, Prague 1

Excellent Pilsner beer, traditional Czech cuisine and a cozy atmosphere characterize the "U Parlamentu" restaurant.

U Rudolfina (The Rudolphinum)
Křižovnická 10, Prague 1

And just around the corner there is another well-established pub where Prague locals like to enjoy a good lunch and Pilsner lager. The expansive basement with vaulted ceilings will take you back a few centuries and you will definitely find yourself a cozy corner to sit here.

U Hrocha (The Hippopotamus)
Thunovská 10, Prague 1

Tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the city, the pub, "U Hrocha" (The Hippopotamus), on a small side street is literally a cult for many Prague residents. The highly acclaimed Pilsner beer, one of the best in Prague, is enjoyed by long-time residents and tourists, as well as government officials and politicians from the nearby castle, the Senate and the Chamber of Deputies. Here, Czech pubs are the most democratic environment, where everyone is equal. Don't forget to try the beer appetizers – cheese, pickled sausages or rolls. And if you can't find a free seat, don't be afraid to drink a beer standing up. The special surroundings of the Lesser Town on the other bank of the Vltava River also include distinctive shops.

U Černého vola (The Black Ox)
Loretánské náměstí 1, Prague 1

In addition to the well-known quality of the beer, this other Old Prague pub is known for financially supporting the neighboring music school for the blind. Isn't it great to enjoy the feeling that you're helping with your visit and that some of the money from every pint sold goes to a good cause.

Bredovský dvůr (Bredovker Hof)
Politických vězňů 13, Prague 1

The beer in this restaurant only has to travel 3 meters to reach the tap or your glass. Thanks to the unique tapping system, the beer does not come into contact with air, oxide or other gases and the beer retains its exceptional taste. Again, you can taste the traditional cuisine, which is very good value for the money in the center of the city.

La Casa Argentina
Dlouhá 35, Prague 1

The seafaring-style restaurant is known for its finely prepared Argentine steaks, New World wines, and a verdant conservatory. If you want to alternate classic Czech dishes with a touch of taste and atmosphere from the other half of the world during your visit to Prague, try this tried-and-true address.

V Celnici 6, Prague 1

The menu of the Sia restaurant is based on the traditional recipes and techniques of Far Eastern cuisine. Meals are prepared in an open kitchen on three floors and right in front of the guests. You can watch homemade noodles and Chinese dim sum dumplings being made, Peking duck carving, or meat and fish being cooked on a Japanese robata grill. The visit is not only a taste experience, but also a visual one.

Cafe Savoy
Vítězná 5, Prague 5 - Malá Strana

A lively and well-frequented place with service that is always on the move and a wonderful interior. The wooden ceilings, which are well worth seeing (and listed as historical monuments), date back to the beginning of the 20th century. In addition to coffee, you can also expect top cuisine and a wide selection of wines and desserts from the hotel's own bakery. Breakfast is served until the afternoon.

NAŠE MASO (Our Meat)
Dlouhá 39, Prague 1

Naše maso is a quality butcher's shop that sells beef from Czech Fleckvieh cattle, pork from Přeštice pigs, as well as sausages and smoked meats based on recipes from the First Czechoslovak Republic. It is attached to a very original, and highly frequented, snack bar with beer on tap from the wall!

Jazz Dock – designer music club by the Vltava
Janáčkovo nabr. 3249/2, 150 00 Prague 5-Smíchov

In the very center of Prague, on the Vltava River, there is a designer music club, which in the fifteen years of its existence has become one of the most prestigious in Europe for hosting jazz, funk, soul, world music, and blues as well as serving great cocktails and food. The acoustics of the club enable something unprecedented in Prague – live music until the morning rooster crows. Often, during one night, several excellent musical groups take turns on the stage with a number of their own and guest musicians. Jazz Dock emphasizes a variety of genres, liveliness, classic and new music streams of jazz and blues, and last but not least, the support of original artists.


We offer our guests a picnic basket in which they will find wine, cheese, cold cuts, baguette, etc. and a blanket. Enjoy a picnic lunch on the banks of the Vltava River or in one of Prague's parks.

On a hill above the Vltava River lies Vyšehrad, where the first Czech king, Vratislav I, resided a thousand years ago, and in front of him, according to the chroniclers, the mythical Prince Krok. It was his daughter, Princess Libuše, who uttered the famous prophecy about Prague, in which she predicted the emergence of "a city whose fame will touch the stars".

You can follow in the footsteps of the oldest Czech history and legends. In the area of Vyšehrad there are massive fortifications, the Romanesque Rotunda of St. Martin, the Gothic Basilica of St. Peter and Paul and Slavín, where important personalities of Czech culture, science and politics are buried. Enjoy the beautiful panoramic view of the center of Prague, the Vltava bridges over the Prague rivers, and choose a shady corner for your picnic. If you want to complete your impressions with a musical experience, listen to the symphonic poems, "Vyšehrad" and "Vltava", by our composer Bedřich Smetana and you will immediately know where he got his inspiration from.

On the other side of the river, at the foot of Petřín Hill, you will find refuge in the beautiful Kinský Garden with it’s neoclassical summer palace of the same name. Immerse yourself in the atmosphere of this princely English-style park with a series of bridges, lakes and beautiful trees. Some of the trees even remind us of the founding of the garden two centuries ago! The dominant feature of the lower part, the memorable maple-leaved plane tree, should certainly not be overlooked.

In the vicinity of Prague Castle and the Lesser Town there is another large park – Letná Park. Thanks to its elevated position on a plateau, you will have a perfect view of a number of Prague monuments and important places: the Vltava River with its bridges, the towers of the Old Town churches and Prague Castle from a different perspective. By the way, the unique glass building in Letná Park is the award-winning restaurant pavilion presented by Czechoslovakia at the World Expo 58 in Brussels. Today it houses a café and occasional exhibitions.

And from here it is only a few steps to the green pearl of Prague – the Royal Game Reserve or Stromovka. Laid out in the style of an English garden, the park is the largest in the city with an area of 90 hectares. A system of ponds, a number of grassy and wooded areas, and a large number of classic and exotic trees give the landscaping a unique structure. Thanks to the water features and plenty of shade, you will feel fresh and comfortable even on the hottest summer days, plus, you don't have to worry about bans on walking on the grass! Thanks to this, it's a popular picnic spot for students and visitors to the city. And if, in addition to relaxing, you want to learn a little, you can visit the legendary planetarium, whose astronomical hall has one of the largest domes in the world.

By the way, Stromovka and Letná are easily accessible from our hotel by tram lines 17 and 18.

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