Stay in a Bohemian hotel in central Prague
Much of Prague’s dark baroque-gothic character evolved after fire decimated the city in 1689. Rebuilding began at the time when the radical Baroque style of Bohemia began to flourish, producing very elegant facades and lavish interiors. Experience Prague’s spirit by indulging yourself in one of the bohemian hotels in central Prague inspired by the period.
The colourful history of “At the Turk´s Head”, an imposing 15th-century mansion neighbouring with Prague Castle walls, forms an essential part of the elaborately restored interiors of the Alchymist Prague Castle Suites.
The traditional designs have been tamed a little but their presence still prevails in this stunning 16th-century Renaissance building, a home to the 19-bedrooms Golden Well Hotel.
This picturesque 19-room hotel has really gone out of its way to recreate the bygone era. Sitting on the edge of the "Royal Route", U Krale Karla is well located for exploring the Prague castle and Hradcany.
This Bohemian ‘hole in the wall’ establishment of a strange name - U Raka - is an unassuming boutique hotel of rustic decor and intimate personality.
Despite the number of different masters throughout its history, the variegated Hotel U Pava (Peacock’s Hotel) has retained every bit of its integrity. The mesmerising coffered ceilings, vintage fabrics and antique furniture are a true reflection of the peacock’s plumage.