This colorful, art nouveau hotel is big on character, but short on real luxury, making it a decent budget choice if you're for looking for something original. The building dates from the early 20th century and functioned as Žižkov's city hall and then a theater. It was rebuilt in 2000 and remains the nicest spot in a rapidly gentrifying but still gritty neighborhood. The rooms retain some of the original art nouveau design but given a modern update. There is no metro
station nearby; the best way to get here by public transportation is to take tram no. 5, 9, or 26 from Hlavní nádraží.