“Four-star oasis of understated chic nestling amid the opulence of Prague's Old City”
A striking balance of old and new is maintained throughout: the occasional carriage clock or ornate mirror stand out against the clean white lines and dark woods that characterise Neruda. The millennium makeover complements the character of this 1348 building, and the new wing offers more availability. The owners pride themselves on the efforts made to blend this happening hotel into the yesteryear appeal of Mala Strana, while the unfailingly helpful staff are an added bonus.
Information provided by Hotel Neruda on 30/10/2020.
Cleaning and hygiene
We follow the guidelines and recommendations of local authorities regarding health and safety.
Besides our ordinary cleaning routine, we are focusing on cleaning and disinfecting frequently touched objects and surfaces including door handles, room keys, credit card terminals and elevator buttons.
We keep our employees informed regarding the importance of personal hygiene to reduce the risk of any infection, regardless of character.
We have increased the use of antibacterial cleansers and hand sanitizer in both public and back of house areas.
Upon request we are happy to provide our guests with hand disinfection to take to their room or for city stroll.
- A picturesque, quiet location
- 21st-century comfort in a 14th-century setting
- Spotless, roomy ensuites with complimentary designer toiletries, plus many have spoiling tubs
- Delicious big breakfasts served in the atrium
- Small spa with a Jacuzzi and sauna for post-sightseeing relaxation
- Neruda is perched at the top of a steep hill, so best look elsewhere if you'll find this difficult
- No hotel grounds or balconies for enjoying the views
- You'll probably want to dine out in the evenings (the café only serves breakfasts, light meals and teatime fare)
- Extra beds are limited so not advisable for families
Best time to go
Our top tips
- Boutique Hotel
- All ages welcome
- Open all year
- Pet Friendly
- Disabled Access
- Beach Nearby
- Off-street Parking
- Restaurants Nearby
- Air Conditioning
- Guest Lounge
All 42 rooms are bright and light, combining dark woods and natural fabrics to soothe and satisfy the design-aware. Each is of a slightly different design and layout, and this is why we love the place!
Small Standards, as the name suggests, are the smallest so we’d only recommend them for a night or two. The Standard rooms offer spacious bathrooms, with modern design and trimmings. The attic rooms are particularly fetching, with stylish egg-like tubs tucked amid the beams and eaves.
The Superior and Deluxe rooms are larger, with views of the cobbled street below. They have incredible soaking tubs, which are great after a day of sightseeing.
- Air conditioning
- Central heating
- DVD player
- Safe box
- Satellite TV
The buffet breakfast includes croissants, cereals, fruit salad, a variety of hams and cheese, various breads, toast and jams, eggs (fried - ask for scrambled if you prefer), frankfurter sausages, cakes and cereal bars. All washed down with a choice of fruit juices, and bottomless cups of coffee or tea (if you can make your mind up from the astonishing array of varieties).
Prague Chocolate Cafe & Bistro is the perfect spot for Kaffee und Kuchen, and the hot chocolates are some of the best in town. There's also a savoury menu featuring ham and cheese platters, salads, quiches and soups, and a waffle menu to satisfy both sweet and savoury taste buds. Save room for a handmade praline to top off your meal!
For a more substantial dinner, there are plenty of great restaurants within walking distance. Ask the hotel for recommendations.
- Restaurants nearby
- Buy a 3-day entry ticket to Prague Castle (lying just outside your window) and investigate the charms of the cathedral, basilica, old tower, changing of the guard...
- Check out Strahov Monastery’s library, holding the most important collection of ancient literature in Bohemia
- Soak up the atmosphere in Malostranske Namesti (the old town square of Mala Strana), before paying homage in baroque St. Nicholas’ Cathedral to the organ played by Mozart
- Admire local artists as well as the view from Charles Bridge
- When in Prague, be a culture vulture. Catch a concert or exhibition at the art nouveau gem Obecni Dum (Municipal House)
Activities on site or nearby include:
- Historical sites
- Museums / galleries
- Shopping / markets
Children are welcome, but the hotel isn't really set up for youngsters as extra beds are limited.
Family friendly accommodation:
Extra beds or baby cots can be set up in Superior Rooms with view and Design Deluxe rooms.
Hotel Neruda is next to Prague's Castle along one of the city's prettiest streets in the centrally located Old City.
Vaclav Havel Airport Prague (14km) is nearest.
From the Airport
The airport is 30 minutes from the hotel by taxi. You may prefer to use public transport (combination of bus, metro and tram), which takes 45-50 minutes (depending on traffic). Note that the hotel is located on a hill, so if you have a heavy suitcases the hotel taxi is more convenient.
See our car rental recommendations.
Detailed directions will be provided when you book through i-escape.
- Prague Ruzyne 20.0 km PRG
- Beach 0.0 km
- Shops 0.1 km
- Restaurant 0.1 km