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Hotel At The Three Storks in Prague 

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Overview At The Three Storks 

Property name: At The Three Storks

Type: Hotel


Minimum rate per night: USD 103.39

The building has been sensitively but comprehensively renovated to offer the latest in contemporary comforts and conveniences in this historic building. During the renovation great emphasis was put on the creation of clear lines and on the combination of natural materials like metal, stone, glass and wood. The innovative design of the hotel’s reception area is dominated by the reception desk and the bar made of stone. The striking glass lift facilitates access to the hotel’s upper floors and it is also sensitively incorporated into the hotel’s original architecture.The first mention of the house, sometimes also called Altmann House or House at the Kings Magi, dates back to the 14th century when the Augustinian Order founded the first monastic brewery of St.Thomas on this site. The only remainder of this period is a large Gothic cellar. In the first half of the 17th century, the house was reconstructed in Renaissance style and was given the name "House At the Three Storks" and a sign featuring three storks was attached to the building.Conference room:A fully equipped conference room with a capacity of 28 delegates is available for small conferences and business meetings.Transfer service:A transfer service from the airport or from the train station is available.Unfortunately the hotel is not accessible for wheelchairs.

Painted wooden ceilings recall the house's Renaissance and Baroque origin. The windows offer beautiful views over Prague Castle and Lesser Town rooftops. The rooms´ cosiness is complemented by original graphics by the well known Czech artist Adolf Born.All rooms have luxury bathrooms with a tub or a shower that are uniquely incorporated into the room.In order to make the guests´s stay more enjoyable, LCD Sat-TV sets with DVD players including a large choice of films can be found in each room.

The complimentary breakfast is served in the luxury hotel restaurant from 07:00 until 10:00. Enjoy a wide range of both cold and hot buffet dishes. Upon request, the breakfast can be served in your room.We would like to invite you to the newly reconstructed Wallenstein restaurant, with a long tradition dating back to the 1930s. It is located in the enchanting neighbourhood of Lesser Town, below the majestic Prague castle. The modern interior is designed by the architectural studio Eva Jiricná Architects, London. Sensitively set within in the premises of the historical house At the Three Storks, it creates a perfect harmony between the extant Renaissance interior and the most advanced design.Here you may enjoy dishes of the traditional Czech cuisine, such as roasted duck with cabbage and bread dumplings, as well as mouth-watering venison specialities or French culinary art. Your meal may be accompanied by a first-class wine from the wide range of world vintages. The total capacity of the restaurant is 80 seats.

The hotel is situated in the quiet and picturesque neighbourhood of Prague’s Lesser Town, just below Prague Castle and close to many of the city's beautiful historic attractions and excellent restaurants. There are many popular sights within walking distance, like Prague Castle and its surroundings and gardens, Lesser Town and its gardens, the Strahov monastery, Lesser Town Bridge Towers, Petrin Hill and the Observation Tower, the maze, St Nicholas Church and the Charles Bridge. Just a short walk away are the sights of the Old Town, like the Rudolfinum, Old Town Square, Old Town Hall, the Jewish Quarter, Claus Synagogue, Maisel Synagogue, Powder Tower, Municipal House, Estate Theatre and many others.

By tram: The closest tram stop is Malostranske namesti. Tram numbers 12, 20, 22, and 23 run regularly to and from this stop. By Metro: - The nearest metro station is Malostranska (green line A). - From the station, the tram stop Malostranske namesti is just one stop away and tram numbers 12, 20, 22 and 23 run regularly between the Metro station and the tram stop. By prior arrangement, the hotel can organise transfers from the airport or train station.

This newly opened luxury boutique hotel situated in the historical heart of Prague in Tomášská street, Lesser Town, offers you a singular and original ambience.It was designed by the ai design architectural studio in cooperation with Eva Jiricná Architects atelier in London, who sensitively incorporated modern style into the historical building "At the Three Storks". Enjoy the perfect harmony between the extant Renaissance interior and the most advanced design and indulge in culinary pleasures in our Wallenstein restaurant.

Services and facilities

General facilities

Luggage Storage, Fax/Photocopying, Garden, Design Hotel, Elevator, Car Rental, Dry Cleaning, Newspapers, 24-Hour Front Desk, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Ticket Service, Laundry, Ironing Service


Room Service, Heating, Non-Smoking Rooms, Soundproofed Rooms, Safety Deposit Box


Free Wi-Fi Internet Access Included, Wi-Fi/Wireless LAN, Internet Services




Pets Allowed

Food and drink

Breakfast in the Room, Bar, Restaurant



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