Hotel The Golden Wheel Prague

Hotel The Golden Wheel Prague

 
Nerudova street 28, Prague 1
e-mail: golden-wheel@prague-holiday.cz

4 stars small, cosy and romantic hotel, U Zlateho Kola (The Golden Wheel Prague) offers accommodation in baroque house located below Prague Castle walls.

Location

Hotel Golden Wheel Prague you will find in Nerudova Street, thus in the most well-known and picturesque spot in the Lesser Quarter.

Its right here that the so-called Kings Road, travelled by all Czech kings to their crowning in the St. Vitus Cathedral.

Right in the Historical centre of Prague - under ther Prague Castle near the Charles Bridge - hotel Golden Wheel is ideal place where to saty in Prague.

Distances:

  • Prague Castle 1 min
  • Charles Bridge 5 min
  • Old Town 10 min
  • Loreta Monastry 2 min
  • Lesser Town 3 min
  • Jewish Town 10 min
 

Rooms and Accommodation

Hotel Golden Wheel Prague, is small romantic "family" type hotel offers 17 luxurious rooms, each equipped with:

  • Mini Bar
  • Satellite Tv
  • Internet Connection
  • Air Conditionin
  • Telephone

From the hotels upper floors or from an all-glass balcony lookout you can feast your eyes on a view of the Prague Castle, or also Petrin Park with its lookout tower and the typical red roofs of Lesser Quarter houses. An antic outside staircase will lead you into a small garden attached to the old walls of the Prague Castle, where you can relax in a pleasant, restful atmosphere.

Thanks to our small number of rooms, we can promise you a truly personal approach to each guest, and his needs and wishes.

 

Caffe

The small, cosy coffee shop Cafe Arcadia, offering a wide assortment of authentic Italian coffee and chocolate, is at your disposal on the hotels ground floor.


 

History of the House

The building The Golden Wheel Hotel stands in Nerudova Street, which has preserved its baroque character to this day, including original building signs, and remains as the most beautiful route up to the Prague Castle.

It was originally named Ostruhova (Spur) Street, apparently because while riding its uphill slant on a horse, one often had to use spurs.

The first records of a building at this location go back all the way to the end of the 15th Century. In 1541, after a major fire destroyed almost three quarters of the Lesser Quarter in three hours, the building "The Golden Wheel" underwent a through renovation

 

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Prague Photos

Prague Castle Orloj - Astronomical Clock
View of Prague Saint Vitus Cathedral
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