The Design Hotel Neruda is located in the Lesser Quarter of Prague not far from the Prague Castle.
Visitors of Prague must at least once have walked the famous King’s Road. The historic road will lead you through the most emblematic parts of Prague, beginning at the Powder Gate, crossing the old town and the Charles Bridge, and ending at the Prague Castle and the St. Veit cathedral, where the coronation ceremonies were held. On this interesting tour you will also pass through Nerudova Street, which is the home of the Design Hotel Neruda.
Who imagines the Design Hotel Neruda to be a classic design hotel providing all the conveniences and fancy interior designs that can be expected of contemporary hostelry will not be disappointed, but the Prague hotel is more than that: Despite all its modern features, this hotel in Prague has succeeded in embracing the historic character of its surroundings. The snow-white façade of the ancient building has been restored with painstaking care. Inside the hotel exposed brick walls have been combined with cutting-edge design solutions, while some selected antique articles of daily life relate stories of the past.
A sumptuous mix of dark wood furniture, off-white colours and contemporary yet cozy décor is, what dominates the rooms at the bed and breakfast Hotel Neruda. The felicitous combination of old and new makes the rooms, which are designed to accommodate one, two or three persons each, a very attractive place to stay on a city break in Prague. Technological fittings of the rooms at the Design Hotel Neruda include internet connection, video and satellite TV.
The coffee shop and restaurant at the Design Hotel Neruda provides every sort of homemade patisserie next to a mouth-watering hot chocolate and a selection of Czech as well as international delicacies. All this served in the romantic ambiance of a glass-roofed atrium or on the bed & breakfast hotel’s beautiful terrace, which is framed by the red tiled roofs so typical of the Old Town of Prague.