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). Today you will find sausage only in the distinctive hotel's restaurant. Rooms have original frescoes painted by Bohemian artist Ludek Marold, and a hallway has a mosaic floor from 1897. Some rooms have fireplaces, and all have heated bathroom floors and free access to the gym. There is no metro nearby; the
easiest way to get here by public transportation is to travel by metro to I.P. Pavlova and then tram no. 11.