This two-bedroom luxury apartment, housed in a historic building, is set in the heart of Prague. Ideal accommodation for those seeking a vacation full of history, arts, cultural activities, and everything that this magnificent city has to offer!
This spacious apartment was recently renovated offering a peaceful retreat in the city, where you can rest after long walks exploring the city with all the modern appliances and the comfort you deserve!
Sleeping 4 guests; the two bedrooms are connected, and you go through one bedroom to get to the other.
With lovely views over the beautiful park, the open-plan living room is bright and inviting! Great windows, with fantastic views of the river and historic buildings, it will be lovely to watch the sunset from the balcony or simply watch the sun's rays coming through the imposing windows!
An interesting collection of antiques and works of art is displayed in this apartment, contrasting modern design with a variety of pieces from different eras.
Stepping out, you will be able to access the best attractions of Prague in a short walk! From picturesque riverside parks, museums, and art galleries to buzzing restaurants, eclectic live music venues, and the famous beer gardens.
Malá Strana district sits in the shadow of Prague Castle, on the banks of the Vltava River. The area was devastated by fire in 1541 and subsequently rebuilt, so while most of the buildings here date from the 17th and 18th centuries, some of the architecture is considerably older.
At the heart of Malá Strana is Malostranské námĕsti, or Lesser Town Square, which radiates a network of picturesque streets lined with pubs, restaurants, and shops. Riverside parks, museums, art galleries, and, of course, the famous Charles Bridge, are undoubtedly worth a visit!
This zone is quieter than both the Old Town and the New Town, particularly at night when its ancient streets are lit by lanterns, though it offers more than enough to charm and entertains.
Condo with 1 level
2 bedrooms, 2 baths, 4 square feet, 1 square meters
King and Queen
4 guests maximum
30 minutes by car
Beautiful views over the park
No Pets Allowed
Activities of Interest
- Prague's New Town (Nové Mesto) district – an area that grew out of the city's need to expand as it prospered–is the wonderful Wenceslas Square (Václavské námestí), home to numerous architectural treasures!
- Stroll across St. Vitus Cathedral, St. George's Basilica, the Powder Tower, the Old Royal Palace, and the Golden Lane
- Stop by the Old Town Square and the Astronomical Clock
- Catch a Performance at the National Theatre! Home to the country's top opera, ballet, and drama performances. Opened in 1881 as a symbol of Czech national identity and to promote the Czech language and culture.
Places of Interest
- Old Town - one of the best-preserved historic city centers in Europe, the narrow laneways of Prague's delightful Old Town open up onto spectacular squares, each home to well-preserved historical buildings just waiting to be explored!
- Prague Castle! (Pražský hrad), once the home of Bohemia's kings, is today the official residence of the Czech Republic's President and one of the city's most visited tourist attractions!
- Charles Bridge - Built in 1357, is one of the most recognizable old bridges in Europe, with 32 unique points of interest along its 621-meter span!
- Be sure to also spend time in the Royal Garden, dating back to 1534 and home to a number of superb old buildings, including the Ball Game Pavilion, the Royal Summer House with its Singing Fountain, and the Lion's Court.
Jessica R.December 2022
Amazing location for a perfect city week
What an amazing place! The rooms were very spacious and bright with many windows and wonderful views over the park. It was a really quiet neighborhood which we loved. The main bathroom had a soaking tub that our toddler loved and we looked forward to the great shower after a day of wandering through the city. The AV setup was incredible was in with a movie at the end of the night. The location was an easy walk to anywhere in the city and only a few steps to the tram when it was too cold to walk far with a child. There was a large shopping mall about 5 minutes walk with anything you could possibly need. The kitchen was perfect for making simple grilled cheese, pasta, or enjoying take-away. Not equipped for making gourmet dinners, but there are so many nearby restaurants to choose from that you wouldn’t want to cook anyway! It’s definitely an “adult” home. The bed setup was perfect for a family with a child and it worked well for a very calm child. There is an amazing art collection throughout the the flat that shows the owner’s great style. ”
Robert M.August 2022
Lovely art-filled apartment
This art-filled apartment was perfect for my Prague stay. Located about a 15-minute walk south of “city center” (if there is such a thing) and about a 20-minute walk to old town: far enough to get some exercise but close enough to obviate the need for a taxi. Two blocks to the southwest is the Andel shopping/transport hub, with lot of restaurants. And right around the corner was a great pub/sports bar (Bulldog) and an excellent restaurant (Smichovsky at #4 Preslova). The latter is below street level. DO NOT MISS THE GOULASH! (After Prague, I went to Budapest and found myself pining for Smichovsky’s version. I also recommend the pork knee, served on a charming miniature spit, and the ribs.) Back to the apartment: it is well-equipped with a fully-stocked kitchen and complimentary Nespresso cartridges (my Third Home apartment in Budapest charged a buck apiece, which I found a bit stingy). There’s a separate laundry room with washing machine AND a dryer (not one of those awful combinations). The two sleeping areas are separated by only a sliding pocket door, so if there’s enormous sensitivity about privacy and sound, that might be a factor to consider. The interior design has an “industrial” vibe, softened by the owner’s large art collection (paintings, sculpture, glass). I enjoyed just hanging out there, listening to music via the handy YouTube channel on the TV. Another nice touch: eye-catching views of various turrets on neighboring buildings reminded you that you’re in Eastern Europe. I loved the place!”