Two beautifully reconstructed Apartments in a 16th century building, both Apartments are just a wonderful few minutes walk to some of the most interesting sites in Prague, including, the Castle and The Charles Bridge. Cobblestoned, gaslight, winding streets will charm you. Both Apartments are entered either through hall door, 600 year-old spiral sand stone steps, or a private lift.
Deep-set windows, thick walls contribute to the ancient romance of this flat in the most prestigious area of Prague, Mala Strana.
The views from the bedrooms and the living rooms are breathtaking as this building sits on the river both the bedrooms are tranquil and quiet. The building is completely reconstructed and this Renaissance Apartments offers a modern bath and kitchen with all modern conveniences.
Activities: Prague has everything for the perfect city break. Prague abounds in Theatre, clubs, casinos, opera, ballet, concerts & discos. There is something here for everyone. Having been spared damage in WWII and then occupied by the Communists for 40 years (who did absolutely nothing), Prague remains that untouched jewel from the past. With the largest historic centre in Europe, Prague invites you to walk down one cobbled street after another. The history and architecture will fascinate you.
The living rooms are extremely large and spacious and both Apartments are decorated with a combination of restored antique and vintage furnishings. Thought care and originality in the décor, serve to create an atmosphere of class and elegance which we believe, will help make this properties one of the most popular of our five Prague Apartments (93243 811627 97558).
The views from the bedrooms and the living rooms are breathtaking as this building sits on the Vltava river both the bedrooms are tranquil and quiet. The building is completely reconstructed and this Renaissance Apartments offers a modern bath and kitchen with all modern conveniences. The building is located on a very quiet street close to shopping, transportation and the finest restaurants in Prague’s most prestigious area, Mala Strana.