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This venerable 19th-century mansion served as the home and shop of Prague's main butcher (one of the front rooms was even used to produce and sell sausage until 1991). Full review →
Lovingly restored in 2002 by the Vienna International Group, Le Palais has burnished the manor house into an enchanting and warm abode. Full review →
Le Palais is housed in a gorgeous belle époque building dating from the end of the 19th century that was once home to Czech artist Luděk Marold. Full review →
Stylish bedrooms with luxurious pink marble bathrooms and complimentary mini bars.
Rambling, restored Belle Epoque townhouse off the beaten path in residential Vinohrady Full review →
A beautiful, luxury hotel in a residential area. The 72 rooms are spacious and homey... free breakfast receives good reviews. Full review →
Plush late nineteenth-century hotel overlooking the Nusle valley.
Hidden away on a quiet, cobblestoned street in the upscale, residential Vinohrady district, this sultry, seasoned boutique-hotel is a 10-minute drive from the city center Full review →
Interiors...somehow blend Baroque with modernity, with as many cosy reading nooks as chandeliers while the terrace, mosaic-tiled floors and vaulted ceilings are thoroughly decadent. Full review →
Situated in an idyllic corner of Vinohrady, this beautiful belle époque palace is one of the best insider tips in town. Full review →
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