Residence La Prague

Residence La Prague

Residence La Prague

Residence La Prague

Residence La Prague

Residence La Prague

Residence La Prague

Residence La Prague

Residence La Prague

Residence La Prague

Residence La Prague

Residence La Prague

Residence La Prague

Residence La Prague

Residence La Prague

Residence La Prague

Residence La Prague

 
Vodickova street 37, Prague 1
e-mail: residence-laprague@prague-holiday.cz

Location

The building is found right in the centre of Prague in Vodickova Street, a mere 15 metres from Wenceslas Square (Vaclavske namesti), a fact which guarantees that all historic monuments are only a pleasant walk away. This is an ideal area of shopping zones, stylish restaurants, bars with a great atmosphere and live music, multi-screen cinemas that show films in English, and much more.

Prestigious Award of the European Union for
- BUILDING OF THE YEAR 2003-

Rooms and Accommodation

The apartments are between 73 and 80 m sq and consist of two rooms, kitchen, bathroom and WC facilities. The apartment complex as a whole has been luxuriously designed. The apartments are very light, quiet, and snug thanks to their large French windows that offer a wonderful view of the Franciscan Gardens and a beautiful historic church. The interiors and their magnificent marble bathrooms were designed by leading Italian designers. The apartments have been designed in such a manner as to provide maximum comfort for up to 5 people in two separate rooms (each at the opposite end of the apartment) with a separate entrance. They are fully fitted with beautiful modern furniture, CD and DVD player, video telephone, refrigerator, dishwasher, glass-ceramic hob, coffee machine, cooking utensils, and so on. Security is ensured 24 hours a day by our reception and guard on the ground floor of the building.

:: Apartment A3 ::

3+1(90 m sq) 4 floor/elevator (comfortable up to 7 person)

  • Small entry, one living room/bedroom (unfolded sofa, Tv/Sat, DVD home cinema system, videophone)
  • Second bedroom(double bed, large wardrobe)
  • Third room (2x single bed, large wardrobe)
  • Kitchen (compled dish equipment, washing-mashine, dish-washer)
  • Bathroom
  • Terrace

:: Apartment C3 ::

2+1(75 m sq) 3 floor/elevator (comfortable up to 5 person)

  • Small entry, one living room/bedroom (unfolded sofa, Tv/Sat, DVD home cinema system, videophone)
  • Second bedroom(double bed, large wardrobe)
  • Kitchen (compled dish equipment, washing-mashine, dish-washer)
  • Bathroom

: Apartment C4 ::

2+1(80 m sq) 4 floor/elevator (comfortable up to 5 person)

  • Small entry, one very extensive living room/bedroom (unfolded sofa, Tv/Sat, DVD home cinema system, videophone)
  • Second bedroom (double bed, large wardrobe)
  • Kitchen (full dish equipment, washing-mashine, dish-washer)
  • Bathroom

:: Apartment C5 ::

2+1(75 m sq) 3 floor/elevator (comfortableup to 5 person)

  • Small entry, one bedroom (double bed, large wardrobe)
  • Kitchen (full dish equipment, washing-mashine, dish-washer)
  • Second living room/bedroom (unfolded sofa, Tv/Sat, DVD/CD player, videophone)
  • Bathroom
  • air-condition

:: Apartment C6 ::

2+1(80 m sq) 4 floor/elevator (comfortableup to 5 person)

  • Small entry, one extensive living room/bedroom (unfolded sofa, TV/Sat, DVD home cinema center, videophone)
  • Second bedroom (double bed, large wardrobe)
  • Kitchen (full dish equipment, washing-mashine, dish-washer)
  • Bathroom

History

Jan Langhans was an internationally-active photographer and successful businessman who bought the house at No. 37 Vodickova Street in 1880. His photographic studio was one of the largest in Bohemia and Moravia and it was he who co-created Czech portrait photography. Hundreds of thousands of unknown and very famous people alike sat before the cameras of three generations of Langhans in the decades before nationalisation in 1948.

The building was returned to the family in the spring of 1991 as part of restitution measures and studies into the reconstruction of the building got underway immediately afterwards. The great-granddaughter of the founder of the enterprise then had the building reconstructed in line with the designs of a team of architects, with Ladislav Labus (brother of very famous comic and film actor Jiri Labus) at the helm, and the ambitious project began to take shape. Indeed the Langhans building acts a as kind of bridge between the historic links to old Prague and the modern trends of contemporary architecture.

How to get There


Information

Prague Photos

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