Letenská 12/33 118 00 Prague − Czech_Republic
Centrally located in the heart of Prague between Prague Castle and the Charles Bridge, in the picturesque Lesser Town district, Augustine Hotel, Prague is the quintessence of Prague’s historic character and beauty.
This fascinating property represents the epitome of elegance in the historical city of Prague and features 101 exceptional rooms including 7 suites and 4 fascinating signature suites. The hotel has been created from a set of seven buildings dating back to 1284, many of which have historical significance, especially the enchanting thirteen century Augustinian St. Thomas Monastery.
Augustine is located near embassies and major attractions, yet it stands in a quiet area removed from urban activity. The Charles Bridge and Prague Castle are only a few minutes away on foot and citywide transportation is facilitated by the metro line and three tram lines that are conveniently nearby.
The Classic Rooms are located throughout the hotel and come in various shapes due to the historic nature of the building and are around 35 square meters in size. Many of these rooms were originally monk’s cells and their design reflects this with the wooden floor and the colours of St Augustine.
Each of the 42 Deluxe Rooms boasts an average size of 43 square meters, which allows an extra bed to be placed inside. The style of each room is more contemporary than the Classic Rooms and designed in Czech Cubist style.
Our Premium Deluxe Rooms are among our most popular due to their magnificent views of Prague Castle or St. Thomas Monastery. Many of the rooms are located on the higher floors with wooden beams found in the ceilings creating a unique traditional atmosphere.
The Studio Suites are 54 square meters on average and perfect for families, long stay guests or demanding travelers. The rooms are decorated in Czech Cubism style with various pictures and decorative items from the era.
The Classic Suites represent rare features ranging from vaulted bedroom ceilings, iron medieval bathroom doors to unequalled monastery garden view.
The Fresco Suite’s fabled 19th century frescoes and original parquet floor offers the most authentic atmosphere and a stay here is particularly popular with art connoisseurs. The suite also benefits from having its own private terrace which is ideal for entertaining during the summer months.
Our Deluxe Suites offer the finest views of Prague Castle. With an average size of 77 square meters, these suites offer a separate bedroom and living room area.
The Moser Suite offers a contemporary 4 poster bed and 117 square meters of simple luxury. This suite is composed of a separate bedroom, dining room, living room, dressing room and is decorated with contemporary furnishings and fabrics with traditional features reflecting the tranquillity of the neighbourhood.
Housed in the former astrological tower of the monastery the Tower Suite is made up of three floors connected by a spiral staircase offering an unique and magnificent 360 degree view of Prague. The living room is located on the first floor, large marble bathroom on the second and the bedroom on the third.
Our Presidiential Suite and measures 149 square meters offering a superb view to Prague Castle and includes separate kitchenette, dining room, a luxuriously appointed living room, tastefully designed study, dressing room and master bedroom featuring a 4 poster bed and spacious bathroom.
Since the 9th century the residence of Czech monarchs and presidents, gradually rebuilt and extended. Dominant St. Vitus cathedral, a gothic masterpiece with lots of highlights, contains tombs of the most famous Czech kings and also houses the crown jewels. The Prague Castle is the entire complex of churches, houses, towers, courtyards and monuments including many historical and cultural sights from various periods. It is Prague’s premier attraction.
St. Nicholas’s Church
Church lies at the centre of the Lesser Town Square (Malostranské náměstí) and is the largest of Prague's churches founded by the Jesuits. Constructed in 1704-1756, the church represents one of the most valuable sample of the high Baroque architecture both in the Czech lands and in the whole Europe. In its wonderful interiors the concerts are held all over the year and this is also the place where W. A. Mozart played organ during his stay in Prague.
Prague’s oldest preserved bridge, built in 1357 by Czech king Charles IV with towers at each end and 30 baroque statues of saints mainly made by Ferdinand M. Brokoff and Matyas B. Braun, two masters considered to be among the best carvers of their time. Every day of the year competing for space with the tourists not to mention competing with the statues too, dozens of people set up on the bridge to entertain or to sell items.
Old Town Square
The Old Town Square is the cultural and historical center of the the Old Town. It’s a Prague’s oldest square from 11th century, overlooked by 14th – 16th century Old Town Hall with a unique gothic tower with astronomical clock, 14th – 16th century Tyn Church and the baroque St. Nicholas Church. At the centre of the Old Town Square is the Jan Hus statue, erected on the 6th July 1915 to mark the 500th anniversary of the reformer’s death.
Vysehrad is one of the most important historical places in Prague. It is a mighty fortress on a high cliff above the river Vltava. You can recognize it from far thanks to Gothic towers of the Church of St. Peter and Paul, situated there. Vysehrad is a storied place and a seat of the first King of Bohemia in the 11th century. Remains of various buildings on the hill illustrate the colorful history of the place. Many of Prague's great artists and politicians lied buried here in the cemetery. Most notable are the graves of Antonin Dvorak, Bedrich Smetana and Alfons Mucha.
If during your stay in dynamic Prague you yearn for an oasis of calm, simply turn off from the Lesser Town (Malá Strana) end of the Charles Bridge and you will immediately find yourself in the magical world of Prague’s answer to Venice. On Prague’s biggest island you can picnic with friends, walk its romantic lanes, visit an outstanding museum of modern art - the Kampa Musem, or pay tribute to one of the greatest singers of all time by the Lennon Wall. Kampa is simply a place that you cannot miss!
view of the Prague Castle from the Tower suite
Whether you are planning a large meeting, small convention, business mixer, soirée, anniversary party or a wedding, we will provide you with the experience, expertise and facilities that help ensure a successful and memorable day.
Amenities: 5 meeting rooms; 1 ballroom; capacity of up to 180 people; 4 salons, 3 with daylight; romantic Sundial garden perfect for weddings and summer cocktails; complete audio-visual and production services.
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Arriving by train to the main train station
By Metro - from train station hall walk downstairs to metro platform, direction Haje (red line C), take metro and get off at Muzeum (one station only), transfer to green line A and travel 3 stations to Malostranska (direction Petriny/Nemocnice Motol). Walk out of the Metro, go straight on along the tram lines towards café on the corner, turn right and keep the directions of tram lines until you reach the arches. Turn right and you are directly in the main courtyard of Augustine Hotel.
By Tram - get off the train station hall and turn right across the park, after 3 minutes walking find tram station Hlavni nadrazi, take Tram number 9, direction Sidliste Repy and travel to tram stop named Ujezd, drop off and wait for Tram number 22 at the same place or find tram station behind the left crossroad corner and take Tram number 12 or 20. Travel two stations, drop off at Malostranske namesti, walk out of the tram and follow your tram line direction behind the right corner, pass through the small arch and turn left immediately into the courtyard of Augustine Hotel.
Arriving by car
From the Airport (PRG) - Vaclav Havel Prague Airport is between 20 and 40 minutes from the hotel by car, depending on the traffic conditions. Prague Airport services regular flights from/to all major cities around the worlds.
Follow signs to Praha Centrum (Prague Center), stay on Evropská Street until Vítězné Náměstí a roundabout square. At the roundabout, take the first right onto Svatovítská Street and drive up the street heading toward the left traffic light. Turn left onto Milady Horákové Street, drive down and turn right at the first traffic light onto Badeniho Street which leads onto Chotkova Street, then slight right at Pod Bruskou. Turn right at Valdštejnská and continue on Tomášská. Turn left at Letenská, Augustine Hotel is just behind a little tunnel on the left side.