Hotel Three Storks

Prague 01: Lesser Side
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The Three  Storks is a luxury design hotel set in a former Augustinian brewery from the 14th-century. It is located in Prague’s Lesser Town, near the Valdštejn Palace. The famous Prague Castle is just a 5-minute walk up the hill. Cutting-edge modern rooms come with designer furniture, ultra-modern bathrooms and views over the city'r red rooftops. Room facilities include a flat-screen satellite TV, a DVD player and air conditioning. The hotel's historic Wallenstein Restaurant serves fine wines and numerous gourmet Czech specialities, such as roasted duck with cabbage, bread dumplings and venison dishes. There is an elegant lobby bar which extends to a covered patio and which offers an extensive drinks menu.

✅Free Wi-Fi
• 20 rooms

 



Public parking possible at a location nearby (charged)

• Charles Bridge: 5-minute walk

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Contemporary style in historic surroundings

by styletraveller, on 2009-12-07 23:26:29

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89 points

Spend a lovely two nights at this superb small hotel located in the Male Strane, Prague's "Lesser Town". Male Strane is full of palaces (many turned into embassies), churches and ofcourse the location of Prague's Castle. The U Tri Capu (At the Three Storks) is right opposite the Czech parliament and next to the baroque Wallen Palace with it's ornate Italian gardens. At the Three Storks is less baroque: to be correct it is sleek and on the minimal side although the building itself is Renaissance circa 1800. I had a gigantic room in the attic and from my window the Prague castle was towering above. Wooden floors and beams, but the furniture is strict 21st century. A room like this in an ordinary hotel would be at least a suite in another or three 'standard' rooms in any other! The modern bathroom is housed in a box-like structure in the room itself. I liked the platform bed with it's underneath lighting, as if the bed is floating in the air. Downstairs there is a reception/bar/lounge/atrium featuring two desks of illuminated cut stone. The Wallenstein restaurant, similar sleekly decorated is on the other side. Highly recommended hotel if you like contemporary style in a historic building.


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