The Grand Hotel Praha in Prague is a picturesque and desirable destination, located in Old Town Square in Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic.
The hotel is the perfect combination of history and comfort. It’s located on the King’s road, and parts of the edifice date back to the 14th century.
A Brief History of This Hotel:
Antonín Holeček, a gifted architect started work on the hotel in 1895. The first operator of the hotel was Mr. Alois Liška, in 1912.
Unique is the name of the game, because the Old Town Square is the heart of historical Prague, and the Grand Hotel Praha allows a visitor to experience a historical atmosphere, with modern conveniences.
The main shopping boulevard is only steps away, as well as historical monuments, theatres, and galleries. It’s the marriage of old-world and modern, a perfect destination for history buffs and shopaholics alike.
The history of the Old Square reaches into the deep intersection of European trade routes, dating back to when it served as the most important market place.
In the following centuries, the Square was built up, encircled by houses, and they can still be found, to the right of the Grand Hotel Praha. Even today, the majority of those buildings are preserved to their original Roman and Gothic sellers.
The Grand Hotel Praha is a four star, and its location makes it one of the best hotels in Prague. Rooms are luxurious and well-appointed, with all the comforts one would expect from such a great hotel. There are thirty-six total, from suites to apartments, one to fit every visitor’s needs.
The building itself dates back to the 14th century, and has been recently meticulously restored, with multiple original features still retained, and on display.
The rooms “with a view” overlook the Old Town Square, but the rooms over the rear courtyard are of the same high standards.
Amenities include the Café Mozart, which boasts the twelve apostles greeting guests with a complimentary breakfast that lasts until 10:30 a.m. For those who prefer a more private affair, breakfast can be delivered to their room. Couples can also reserve the café for a romantic dinner, featuring a live Classic Jazz band.
The café also honors the Grand Card Bonus program, which offers discounts at local selected restaurants. It can be purchased at the hotel, and offers a 15% discount on food and some goods.
Visitors can relax in the lavish comfort of the hotel’s Nam Jai salon, taking pleasure at will, with massages and the steam sauna.
The Grand Hotel Praha offers discount packages, and staying longer is more economical, so guests can make an adventure of visiting Prague. Wi-Fi is always free, too, as well as a bottle of mineral water in each room. Paying in advance lands you a 23% discount, and they’ll pick you up from the airport at no cost!
There’s even a very popular, “See Prague in Three Days” package, which includes some fun stuff, other than your fabulous room, and free breakfast.
Guests will experience an hour-long cruise on the Vltava River, a bus sight-seeing tour of the city, a guided tour of the Jewish quarter, and free entry into the hotel’s steam sauna.
There’s even a live webcam, guests can check out 24/7 online, from anywhere.
The Concierge is unmatched in service and knowledge, and recommends the top twelve things to do when in Prague.
They take the pressure off guests; arranging all the tourist needs and wants, as well as recommending the must-do-see things in the city.
Whether a first-time visitor or and old pro, the Grand Hotel Praha is the way to go when in Prague.
Their Official Website: https://www.grandhotelpraha.cz/en/