The hotel occupies an 1897 Baroque Revival villa in one of Prague's most charming neighborhoods.
Le Palais Prague occupies an 1897 Baroque Revival villa in the city's charming neighborhood of Vinohrady, an area that has been likened to New York's SoHo or London's Notting Hill. The hotel has a quirky history (it served as a meat-processing plant at one point) but today's polished interiors and elegant vibe have transformed it into one of the city's most renowned boutique properties. Guest rooms are bright and understated, and the marble bathrooms feature heated floors. Suites have original frescoes painted by one-time resident Luděk Marold, while other rooms boast fireplaces and balconies. Bohemian-inspired cuisine is served at Le Papillon, while the lobby bar, complete with a cigar corner, and the library’s fireplace make ideal places to wind down the day.
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