September 13, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Alchymist Nosticova Palace in Prague, Czech Republic
Hidden away on a quiet cobblestone street in the picturesque Mala Strana district, Alchymist Nosticova Palace celebrates the historic spirit of Prague. This 17th-century residence has been lovingly and masterfully restored by celebrated conservators of Czech churches and castles, as well as skilled ceramists and fresco painters. Intimacy is a hallmark, with just 15 rooms and suites, each enchantingly furnished with antiques. Alchymist Club Restaurant takes a playful approach to cuisine, paying tribute to the city's alchemists of old. Be sure to also visit the spa treatment room for an intimate indulgence that will surely leave you pampered and perfected.
Consider the hotel your private home, surrounded by the best the city has to offer. You are just two minutes from the Charles Bridge, whose views at dusk reveal the city in an ethereal light, and whose nightly visitors include musicians, street performers and artists. Also within walking distance are prominent galleries, concert halls and restaurants. You might explore the meandering streets of Old Town or spend an evening at the nearby National Theatre. Whatever your mood, Prague—and Alchymist Nosticova Palace—are ready to indulge you.
Location of Alchymist Nosticova Palace
Nearest Airport: PRG
Amenities for Alchymist Nosticova Palace
- General Information
- 11 Guest Rooms
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa Services
- High-Speed Internet Access
- In-Room Amenities
- Air Conditioning
- CD Players
- Direct Dial Telephones
- DVD Players
- In-Room Safes
- Mini Bar
- Satellite Television
- Marble Bathrooms
- Flat-Screen Televisions
- Individually Designed Rooms
- Historic Sites
- Art Galleries
- Culture & Arts
- Summer Getaways
Reviews for Alchymist Nosticova Palace
What a beautiful exquisite hotel! Soon as we left we longed to be back. The staff were extremely friendly, efficient and knowledgeable about their beautiful city. Richard in particular was incredibly amiable and would have chatted all day if we had no where to be. Lovely personable young man. The room was spotless you felt as if it had just been opened out of a box. Beautiful white towels and robes with slippers present on arrival. The gorgeous bohemian crystal chandeliers added to the grandeur. And the bed was so comfortable we slept like babies every night. We opted for a luxurious breakfast in bed on the Sunday. Wow! Fit for royalty with champagne and fresh orange juice. Eggs Benedict, fruit , yogurt with berries and the best coffee we have tasted. Breakfast in the hotel restaurant was plentiful and well presented also. Location was perfect it was located near Charles bridge but not on the side of old town. Therefore the tourist crowds were not evident so much. The hotel overlooked a park where if you enjoy running is perfect. If we had any negatives it would be not having enough time there. So inevitably we shall return Sharon and Dominic South Wales
This hotel is small, and you'll see the same staff every night of your stay. It has such a homey feel, we loved it! It's located on a back street in Mala Strana, so you're not far from Petrin Hill or the Charles Bridge, but you're away from the jam packed tourist spots in Prague which we loved. We walked into Old Town and Lesser Town quite a bit, but just realize you're not in the heart of the city. However, if you're like us and prefer to be away from the huge crowds that are always in the squares or Charles Bridge, this hotel is perfect. Each room has a name rather than a number, so when you book, you specify the room. I forget our room, but it was on a floor with only one other room and it even had a common area and a little kitchen area, although we never used either. The room was super cute with exposed beams, vaulted ceilings, a comfy bed, nice bathroom, and a window with a small view of Prague Castle. There are so many good restaurants within walking distance, and an Italian restaurant in the hotel itself. We were given vouchers for free wine daily and even discounts at the restaurant in the sister hotel when the one in our hotel was closed. We had such a great stay and would definitely return! My only reason for 4 stars is the wifi was a little spotty, and the blow dryer had brown spots on it. Not sure if it was just old or not really cleaned.
We booked a junior suite, but there was an issue with the lock on the door, the hotel was completely full, so when we arrived we were given "the imperial suite", it was huge, essentially an apartment. The staff is stellar, communication throughout was excellent, I cannot say enough.
Dlight1222 - San Francisco
What a great surprise this hotel was. Lovely pleasant staff, huge unusually decorated rooms (definitely felt like we were in Prague), everything you need or want in a hotel, also lovely breakfasts. Short walk to the bridge and restaurants,
Angela T - Brisbane
Even though it is a fairly recent setup, the hotel has all the charm of a centuries old town palace. After a superficial security check of our car (the US embassy is across the street) we were warmly received and shown to our room. The hotel has valet parking. The sauna is small and separated by gender. The pool is good for a dip rather than a swim. Unfortunately there are no service elevators so we had to wait because the cleaning staff and kitchen were using them. This was a mild inconvenience but surprising for a 5 star hotel. Overall: very friendly staff and good value for money in a great location.
ItalianNomad - Moscow, Russia