Perched on a busy corner in the city center, this pistachio-green art nouveau building trumpets its Victorian origins. Inside, rooms add to the ice-cream parlor color scheme with icy white marble bathrooms, pale yellow walls, and red velvet beds with canopies. The hotel restaurant is similarly lush: think saddle of venison and well-constructed cream sauces. A block from Wenceslas Square and adjacent to the shopping bonanza of Na Příkopě, the advantage here is location, which puts it ahead of other hotels in its class.
Sep 26, 2007
The Praha Palace was our first stop on a 4 week trip. We had a fine time at this hotel. The room was very spacious and clean and not tired (as per the other reviews). The breakfast buffet was great, as was the service and the location. They also gave us good recommendations on restaurants in the area. We would return with no problem.