Location. The Hotel U Divadla is located in Prague, in the Czech Republic, seven kilometres from the city centre. The Branicke Divadlo theatre is 20 metres away and Vysehrad, a 10th century castle, is at a three kilometre distance. Smichovske Nadrazi station is situated four kilometres from the hotel.
Hotel Features. Set in the peaceful Prague 4 district, the boutique Hotel U Divadla occupies a traditional property with ornate Art Nouveau fa�ade, and is spread over three storeys which are accessible by elevator. The hotel houses a coffee shop and an Internet room, and the multilingual concierge is on hand to offer tour assistance. Further amenities include 24 hour room service, laundry facilities, and complimentary onsite parking.
The Hotel U Divadla houses a bright, modern restaurant serving Czech and international dishes along with an extensive wine list, including Moravian and Bohemian grapes. There is a wine bar housed in a converted cellar, and a complimentary buffet breakfast is provided daily.
Guestrooms. The 32 guestrooms have modern decor with Art Nouveau influences and richly patterned fabrics. Amenities include wireless Internet access, satellite television, hair dryers, minibars, safes, and desks.
47.32 - 132.13 EUR
Number Of Rooms: 32
Number Of Floors: 3
Hotel U Divadla
U Stare Posty 247/6
Prague, Czech Republic 14700
From Prague Ruzyne Airport (PRG):
Distance to the Hotel U Divadla is 20 kilometres, approximately 30 minutes drive.
Getting there. Bus numbers 119 and 254 run to Dejvicka, the airports closest metro station. From here take line B (yellow) to Mustek and then the yellow line to Smichovske Nadrazi. From here take buses 196, 198, or 199 to U Stare Posty bus stop, 100 metres from the hotel. Registered taxis wait outside the Arrivals hall and cost about 30 EUR to the hotel. Price is subject to change.
Getting around. Pragues historic centre is compact and easy to explore on foot, as many roads are pedestrianised. There is an efficient and inexpensive public transport system, including trams, buses, metro, and a funicular railway. Tickets are available from tobacconists, stations, and many hotel reception desks, and can be used on all modes of transport. Five of the major metro stations have information offices, with schedules, maps, and directions.