Le Palais Art Hotel Prague          


 U Zvonařky 1 120 00 Prague − Czech_Republic

Built in 1841, restored from 1888 until 1897, the luxury Le Palais Hotel is a striking example of Belle Époque architecture. The historic ornamental stucco and magnificent wall paintings help to create an unforgettable impression. A special atmosphere can be found in the spacious rooms and suites at this luxury hotel in Prague.
It is one of the finest examples of Belle Époque architecture in the city. Contemporary art exhibitions are regularly held at the lobby. Providing unique Italian artistic atmosphere, Le Palais Art Hotel Prague features the largest exhibited permanent collection of Le Courbusier original graphics in the Europe, as well as collections of Czech artists such as Miloš Reindl, Pavel Skalník, Luděk Marold. Guests can also be delighted by art pieces of Lea Vivot, Jadran Šetlík and Gordana Turuk.
The intimate size of Le Palais (72 rooms) guarantees a different approach to the guests, a personal, refined approach in every single detail. This attention to the details, the personal touches and guest oriented assistance distills in a uniquely Italian artistic atmosphere.

Summer terrace
Artista’s summer terrace is overlooking the Nusle Valley – verdant green hilltops off to the left and the colorful rooftops splayed out in front of you. This terrace is the perfect place for a candlelight dinner or private party. It is open from June until October every day.

24-hour lobby bar
The newly designed 24 hour Lobby Bar offers a large selection of single malt whiskies as well as international cocktails.

Elegant library
Guests especially appreciate the relaxed atmosphere of the elegant library – a fantastic environment of elegance and English style with comfortable armchairs and open fireplace.

Luxury transport
To assure the highest comfort to the clients there is a limousine service available at any time, and provided by Hotel Mercedes Viano or Mercedes E.

Unique activities
Various activities can be done which will give guests a memorable memory during their stay. Few of them include: Personal shopper, Hunting, Castle hopping, Golfing, Horseback riding.
The hotel’s professional Guest Relation can further recommend various other activities that can be done during your stay in Prague.

Personalized guest relation
The multilingual guest relation staff is committed to a personal, refined, guest oriented approach in every single detail to comfort all visitors.

Luxury goods
Le Palais Art Hotel also offers its guests possibility to purchase various luxury articles which are prominently displayed in the public areas: Le Palais Jewelry Collection, Kristian Kiel Watches, Gold Coins.

History
The original residential building occupied by Hotel Le Palais Prague since 2002 was built in 1841 and completely reconstructed in the style of the Belle Époque between the years 1888 and 1897. The reconstruction aspired to create something that would markedly differ from contemporary 19th century art and architecture. The characteristic features of this epoch were the rediscovery of the joy of life, optimism, and trust – the “New Renaissance”. The original, consistently and harmonically preserved Belle Époque traits are expressed with exceptional potency. The magnificent frescoes by Luděk Marold depict the exuberant life of the golden age of the Belle Époque and bespeak of the author’s sense of creative work to the smallest detail.
In December 2013, Italian businessman Dr. Nino Altomonte purchased the building with the intention to induce an even higher nobility level the hotel already has. With humility and respect to the historic palace, together with the award winning Czech architect, Richard Zachar, this talented duo are now bringing their considerable talents to transform this Boutique hotel into a work of art, creating a unique project, which the Czech market has not seen yet.

Superior Room
25 square meters on the attic floor. They come with a Queen size bed.
Deluxe Room
25 square meters, include a King size bed.
Executive Room
34 square meters, they feature a King size bed.
Petite Suite
Charming attic rooms divided into separate sleeping and living areas, are located on the 4th floor of the hotel. The modern appointments were tastefully selected to help preserve the 19th century atmosphere and style.
Reindl Atelier
Le Palais Art Hotel Prague dedicated 2 Petite Suites to the memory of Milos Reindl, the talented Czech-Canadian artist. Here you can find an authentic atelier atmosphere, decorated with Milos Reindl original paintings, ceramic plates, family pictures, painting tools, and bedspreads reminiscent of his apartment on Ridgewood, in the Cote Des Neiges area of Montreal.
Family Suite
71 square meters in size, is a combination of a Petite Suite and one Superior room with inter-connecting doors. This type of accommodation is highly suitable for families with children. Both bedrooms can be prepared with king or twin beds sleeping. There is a possibility of 1 extra roll away bed or a baby cot in the Petite Suite for the families having three kids.
Executive Suites

Unique atmosphere in these spacious suites: Romantic Tower Suite (56 square meters) offers impressive views of Prague. From the Balcony Suite (63 square meters) guests can enjoy wonderful views over the rooftops of Prague. Enchanting Bellevue Suite (65 square meters) has 2 separate entrances including a small hall with an al secco ceiling painting. Belvedere Suite (83 square meters) is a breathtaking tower suite with comfortable bedroom, hall with antique desk, and large living room. Le Palais Suite (84 square meters) is a another of the tower suites with comfortable bedroom, hall with antique desk, and large living room. Bohème Suite (94 square meters) offers fantastic views and has 2 separate living rooms with separate entrances.

Belle Époque Suite
The Belle Époque Suite (72 square meters) has 1 separate bedroom and 1 large living room with 2 separate entrances and an open fireplace. The original ceiling fresco depicts a scene of angels celebrating.
Marold Suite
72 square meters in size, has 3 separate entrances, 1 separate bedroom and 1 large living room with a remarkably realistic oil-on-plaster faux-bois ceiling. The luxurious atmosphere is highlighted by an open fireplace.
Presidential Suite
With 2 bedrooms (104 square meters) combines the unique Le Palais Suite (bedroom, hall with antique desk, large living room with bay window and fantastic views of Prague) with a Deluxe Room via connecting door.
Royal Suite
With 3 to 5 bedrooms (134-190 square meters) combine one suite with a variable number of Deluxe Rooms for maximum privacy and luxury living. The enormous living comfort, including the fantastic views of Prague satisfies every wish from the guests.
 
 

60 rooms and 12 beautiful suites. The 60 luxurious designed rooms combine first-rate design, top-quality materials, warm colors and state-of-the-art equipment to form a harmonious stay.

Miloš Reindl meeting room
The balanced blend of historic atmosphere and state-of-the-art technology makes Le Palais the number one choice for stylish meetings in Prague. The hotel’s luxurious conference room has a capacity for up to 80 people.

Meetings in Luxury Suites
The elegant atmosphere of the suites is wonderfully suited for exclusive events for small groups with up to 30 attendees.

Nearest luxury hotel
Le Palais Art Hotel Prague is the nearest luxury hotel to Prague Congress Centre, thus is the right and best choice to spend and enjoy your time in Prague!

Your very special day…
Marriage proposal, engagement, candlelight dinner, luxury wedding, honeymoon or anniversary celebration – these are very special moments in our lives and bring our beloved one’s together. You can experience all these exciting and special moments in this romantic hotel in the heart of the Golden City Prague! Le Palais Hotel Prague is pleased to make dreams come true. The dedicated Event Manager helps you to make the most important day of your life truly memorable.

Events
In combination with the hotel restaurant, the meeting facilities offer the ideal setting for business meetings, charity events, private parties and weddings in Prague.

Staying at Le Palais Art Hotel is an Art Experience like no other.

Le Corbusier
Charles-Édouard Jeanneret-Gris, better known as Le Corbusier (1887–1965), was a Swiss-French architect, designer, painter, urban planner, writer, and one of the pioneers of what is now called modern architecture. He was born in Switzerland and became a French citizen in 1930. His career spanned five decades, with his buildings constructed throughout Europe, India, and America. In his architecture, he chiefly built with steel and reinforced concrete and worked with elemental geometric forms. Le Corbusier’s painting emphasized clear forms and structures, which corresponded to his architecture.
His complete artworks can be examined in the Lobby, Library and Restaurant of the hotel.

Miloš Reindl
Miloš Reindl (1923-2002) was a Czech painter and graphic artist. He studied on Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Emil Filla and Antonin Kybal studio between 1946 and 1951.
He started working in graphic and advertisement studio in 1957, specialized on propagation of Czechoslovak industry on events and international exhibitions. He has made many big scale wall paintings. He created movie posters, characteristic for it’s monumental and reflection of movie content.
He emigrated in 1968 with family to Canada (Montreal), from 1970 he was professor on Laval University of Quebec, where he taught drawing and illustration. He worked there for 23 years. His half contract as teacher leave him enough space for art creation. He has made hundred paintings, mainly gouaches and watercolors.
Few of his remarkable works are displayed in the main Meeting Room.

Luděk Marold
Luděk Marold (1865–1898) belongs among eminent Czech painters. His most famous work is the panorama of the “Battle of Lipany”, which is displayed in Prague. Luděk Marold was not only the author of the artistic design of the building, but he also lived in it until 1898. Honoring his legacy, the 72 square meter large suite with a remarkably realistic oil-on- plaster faux-bois ceiling has been named the “Marold Suite“.

Pavel Skalnik
Pavel Skalnik was born in Prague, Czech Republic; studied in Prague and Paris, France. Was professor of visual arts of University de Moncton in New Brunswick and Ontario College of Art in Toronto. His work was presented in more than hundred one man shows and more than forty group exhibitions in Canada, USA, Europe, Africa, South America and Asia. His work is in collections of Canada Council Art Bank, National Library of Canada, N.B. Government, University de Moncton, University of New Brunswick, University of Oregon, Mount Saint Vincent University, College de Bathurst, Academy of Fine arts in Prague, Open Studio, New Brunswick Hall of Fame and private collections.
Art creations of him are presented in the guest corridor alongside the entire 1st floor.

Jadran Šetlík
In his professional career, Jadran Šetlík has pursued all photographic genres – from reportage to architecture, fashion and free creation. His most sought-after and frequented theme has always been, however, woman in her various appearances. Witnesses to it are dozens of calendars, a number of events, products and services, promotion campaigns including billboards, huge amount of representative portrait collections of interesting personalities and fashion photo models. This is also clearly expressed in his current creative work, in the projects and presentations from recent years which yielded exclusive exhibitions in Czech Republic and abroad. Ambition of the artist is always to address as broad public as possible and to focus every presentation in such a way that harmony is established with its environment.

Pavel Brunclík
Since 1981 Pavel Brunclík has been working as a freelance photographer. From 1985 to 1992 he worked mainly abroad (in Austria and Italy) and focused on advertising. During this period he created the visuals for a number of audiovisual programmes: Palace in Kielce, Poland, 1985; Machines for the 20th Century, Austria, Czechoslovakia 1985; Museum of Henryk Sinkiewicz, Poland 1988; Warsaw Castle, Poland 1988; and others.
Numerous of his work “Geometry of Nudity“ can be examined at the Pure Spa & Health Club.

Lea Vivot
Lea Vivot is a Czech-born Canadian sculptor. She has studied at the Ontario College of Art in Toronto, Ontario as well as Prague, Czechoslovakia, Milan, Italy and New York, United States. Although her main focus is sculpture, Vivot is also active in drawing and printmaking. Vivot’s over life-sized bronze sculptures are figurative and often depict families, couples, mothers, children, and other subjects of humanity. Most of her sculptures include benches, which have become her trademark.
In different parts of the hotel her sculptures are prominently displayed.

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Located in an upscale residential neighborhood just 5 minutes by car from Wenceslas Square and the National Museum.
The hotel is the closest luxury hotel to the Prague Congress Centre and offers excellent transport links to the city’s business parks as well as the Palác Flóra shopping centre.
Parks, gardens, cafés and restaurants can be found in the nearby surroundings.
The nearest metro stations are I. P. Pavlova (Line C) or Námestí Míru (Line A), the nearest tram stop is Bruselská (No. 11).

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