Mala Strana clusters around the foothills of Prague Castle, across the Vltava River from the Old Town.
Malá Strana is picturesque beyond your imagination- with its ancient burgher houses, quaint side streets and St. Nicholas Church, Mala Strana is a favourite setting for movies and commercials. At its heart is the Baroque Mala Strana Square (Malostranské náměstí). Here, and all around in the cobbled side streets there are small shops to browse, churches to explore and traditional Czech pubs and restaurants to discover; including some with fine views over the river.
Mala Strana is a lovely area to stay in. It is quieter than the Old Town and the New Town, particularly at night. To wander through the almost deserted, lantern lit streets during the evening is an utter delight, affording visitors a real sense of olden day Prague.
Book a suite at our Old Royal Post Residence or one of our beautiful top floor apartments in Mala Strana.
The Old Town is a medieval settlement in Prague that use to be separated from the outside by a semi-circular moat and wall connected to Vltava river at both of it's ends.
The Old Town is among the oldest and most beautiful districts in Prague. The core of this historical center is Old Town Square, which started as a marketplace in the 10th century and has been the site for many political and cultural events that have shaped the history of Prague. The square is also home to most of the major sights, including the city's famous Astronomical Clock. The Ancient lanes of cobblestone form a mysterious maze in which even the most oriented is bound to get lost.
If you are seeking to explore Prague's winding streets and unique atmosphere of the past, Old Town District will captivate all those who decide to book an apartment and provide an unique experience to live among it's charm.
A busy commercial hub, New Town centers on Wenceslas Square, ringed by hotels, cafes and chain stores.
The creation of New Town dates back to King Charles IV in 1348 as a spacious new area between Vyšehrad Old Town. The new district was to increase the size and population of Prague. The New Town of Prague serves as Prague's main commercial district. The bustling heart of New Town is Wenceslas Square, which starts at the National Museum and ends at the edge of Old Town.
New Town is great place to stay if your looking for a district with lots of life, cafes & restaurants and modern surrounding. Book one of our luxury suites and live like a local or book at our luxury Grand Central Residence with 24h Reception.
The Karlin district has transformed in recent years into a hip, leafy enclave, ignited by the opening of stylish cafes, concept shops and wine bars.
Once an important industrial hub, Karlin has seen several factories converted into the likes of design showrooms, Beautiful and modern apartments, a publishing house and a cultural space with artist studios and its own gallery.
If you're looking to stay in a more sophisticated, hip, urban yet also next to Prague's upcoming business center then Karlin Residence is the place for you!