Hotel Yasmin

A bedroom in the Hotel Yasmin in Prague
A bathroom at the Hotel Yasmin in Prague, Czech Republic
A bedroom at the Hotel Yasmin in Prague, Czech Republic
The bar at the Hotel Yasmin in Prague, Czech Republic
The restaurant at the Hotel Yasmin in Prague, Czech Republic
A bedroom in the Hotel Yasmin in Prague
A bathroom at the Hotel Yasmin in Prague, Czech Republic
A bedroom at the Hotel Yasmin in Prague, Czech Republic
The bar at the Hotel Yasmin in Prague, Czech Republic
The restaurant at the Hotel Yasmin in Prague, Czech Republic
A bedroom in the Hotel Yasmin in PragueA bathroom at the Hotel Yasmin in Prague, Czech RepublicA bedroom at the Hotel Yasmin in Prague, Czech RepublicThe bar at the Hotel Yasmin in Prague, Czech RepublicThe restaurant at the Hotel Yasmin in Prague, Czech Republic

Luckily it wasn’t the history behind its street name (Political Prisoners) that has inspired the ultramodern cutting edge design of Hotel Yasmin.

By JAY KAY
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  • Being escorted to the street of Bredovská (today known as Political Prisoners) during second world war meant doom as this was where Gestapo set up their headquarters.

    But Hotel Yasmin have decided to incorporate in its decor the more colourful nature of the nearby Olive and Rose streets instead, bringing an element of fun and innovation to this historic part of Prague.

    Behind the handsome bohemian facade you can expect a quirky eye-catching design, especially in the public quarters, which calms down a little once inside your bedroom which exudes an understated modern ambience.

    Good to Know

    This affordable hotel of 198 rooms is located moments from Wenceslas Square and the very heart of Prague’s New Town.

    The establishment runs an entirely non-smoking restaurant (still rare in Prague) serving noodles inspired by many cuisines and a funky bar where to start your evening.

  • Accommodation

    198 rooms – Superior, Deluxe, Junior Suite, and Yasmin Suite.

    Prices can start from under £100 a night, typically including breakfast.

    Eat & Drink

    “Noodles” is an entirely non-smoking restaurant (still rare in Prague) serving noodles of all kinds, emanating from many different cuisines of the world.

    The hotel Bar & Lounge is very funky and well worth your while if you’re into quirky designs.

    Activities

    The hotel has a small gym.

    Relaxation

    In keeping with Eastern European traditions, the hotel has a sauna where to sweat off some of the cheap beer that you may have sampled at Yasmin’s Summer Garden.

    Essentials

    Parking – private car park available at a charge.

    Wifi – free throughout.

    Room service – 24/7 snack menu.

    Children – welcome with some assistance provided.

    Pets – not allowed to our knowledge.

  • Hotel Yasmin
    12/913 Politickych Veznu
    Prague, 110 00

Updated: 11 February 2014