The Charles Hotel, from category 4 star Prague hotels, is ideally situated in heart of Prague. This romantic hotel located in Lesser Town, also called Little Quarter of Prague, between the famous Charles Bridge and Malostranske Square. The Hotel Charles is part of the Royal Road which starts in Norimberk (Germany) and leads all the way to Prague Castle through the Powder Tower (Prasna Brana), Wenceslas Square (Vaclavske namesti) and across Charles Bridge (Karlum most). We are just a short walk from some of Prague's most impressive sights, including Prague Castle (Prazsky hrad), the Royal Gardens (Kralovske zahrady), St. Nicholas Cathedral, Old Town Square, Jewish Town, and Petrin Hill.
Hotel Charles Praha - romantic accommodation in Prague centre
- The house was rebuilt into a hotel with a high urban quality. The building is under the sight of the memorial office, along with other historical landmarks, and is part of the Czech National Heritage.
- The first written mentions about the locality where the house was built come from the 12th century when defensive ditch and rampart was replaced with Gothic buildings and roads. Remains of previous rampart are still preserved in the basement in the central part, approximately 4 meters deep.
- The first mentions about the purchasing of the house are from 1408, when shoemaker Veleslav, called Stemberk, bought the house from shoemaker Vaclav Jikrnac for an unknown price.
- Originally, there were two separate buildings where The Hotel Charles stands today. The corner house "At the Golden Eagle" and the house with the entrance on the Josefska street ''The house at the Three Lambs".
- These two houses were joined together during the reconstruction in 1685, the house kept the name „At the Golden Eagle."
Prague hotel Charles - hotel room
- Romantic hotel Charles offers a superb choice of Prague accommodation in 25 rooms and 6 suites. All reflecting the building's rich heritage and providing guests with comfortable accommodation, an exceptional service and modern amenities.
- The guest rooms at this Prague hotel are furnished with Baroque-style furniture and restored panelled roofing beams. Between the beams, the ceiling has been elaborately painted with scenes of foliage, looking down upon the guests as they rest in their beds.