Alchymist Residence Nosticova - a historic building that date back to the 17th century, is located in a small quiet cobblestone street in Mala Strana, just two minutes from the famous Charles Breidge.
Within walking distance of the premises are about 20 foreign embassies (British, French, German, Italian, Japanese among them), the Czech Parliament and the Senate, several ministries, prominent galleries and concert halls as well as leading restaurants serving national and international cuisine. The residence has a range of suites/rooms, ranging in size and standard. Each suite is unique, equipped with antique furniture, marble bathroom with bathtub/shower, minibar, satellite, LCD TV, radio, direct dial telephone, internet access and safe.
We offer you 16 suites/rooms - 4x Royal suite, 8x Junior suite, 2x Deluxe room, 2x Gothic room. Each suite/room is equipped with antique furniture, bathroom with bathtub/shower, air conditioning, satellite TV, radio, direct dial telephone high speed internet access, safe and minibar.
RESTAURANT ALCHYMIST CLUB
At the end of the 16th century Prague became the center of occultism. The eccentric Emperor Rudolph II brought in the spirit of the late Renaissance through his passion for mysterious arts and science. Many alchemists from across Europe came to Prague to enjoy the generous patronage of the Imperial court. The obsessed Rudolph II employed more than 200 alchemists and charlatans in the hope of discovering the secret formula for converting base metals into gold. Despite no apparent results up to now, the challenging research still goes on, mostly in our kitchen.
breakfast - the continental breakfast is served in a room or restaurant from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m.
internet - guests are free to use the internet point located in the reception area.
parking - the hotel has a guarded car park which guests may use
Credit card accepted
Room service - limited hour
Front desk - 24 hour
Front desk - fax service
Front desk - safety box
Guarded car park