Hotel U Stare Pani Prague

Hotel U Stare Pani Prague

Hotel U Stare Pani Prague

Hotel U Stare Pani Prague

Hotel U Stare Pani Prague

Hotel U Stare Pani Prague

Hotel U Stare Pani Prague

Hotel U Stare Pani Prague

 
Michalska street 9, Prague 1 - Old Town
e-mail: hotel-ustarepani@prague-holiday.cz

Reservation


If you wish to book more rooms than is available Online please contact us : email info@prague-holiday.cz, tel +420 226 201 911


Four stars Hotel U stare Pani Prague offers great location and affordable prices

Location

Very good located hotel U Stare Pani in the pedestrian zone of the Prague centre - Old Town. All attractive tourist sights are reachable in walking distance. Location, quality services and prices for accommodation make our hotel affordable for bussiness clients.

Distances
Old Town Square 1 min
Wenceslas Square 5 min
Charles Bridge 6 min
Jewish Town 6 min
Prague Castle 15 min

There are many restaurants, shops, and museums around the hotel U Stare Pani.

Rooms and Accommodation

Comfort 4 stars hotel U Stare Pani has 17 guest rooms. The rooms are equipped with

  • TV-satelite set
  • toilet
  • minibar
  • bath or shower
  • telephone

All services are available 24 hours a day.


Restaurant

There is a superior restaurant on the ground floor where we serve breakfasts, lunches and dinners.

Jazz Club

In the basement there is a well-known, cosy jazz club where you can enjoy live jazz music by leading jazz performers (free entrance for hotel guests).

Parking

Covered parking place and car-parking service available.

A History of the House U Stare Pani

In the 15 century the house was situated in U proroku, which was confiscated by the Old town community in 1424. Then Mr. Sidlo bought it and turned it into a tavern named Sebirova. In 1488 Mr. Matej Rejsek, a well-known late Gothic builder, owned the house. He finished the temple of St. Barbora in Kutna Hora plus many others including Prasna Brana.

At a later date the house was renamed U zeleného orla. In the 17 century prosecutor Melichar Teyprecht from Prechtynk purchased the house, which was later confiscated and sold for 849 KOP to miller Ondrej Touskovský in 1631. At the end of 17 century the house was again sold to a new owner Reisman from Reisenberk.

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