118 00 Prague 1
Apartments Embassy **** are located in the centre of Prague under the Prague close neighbourhoods of the Prague Castle in a historic Baroque building. It offers 18 double, modernly furnished rooms / apartments. The unique and safe location is ideal for tourists and is located near the most important monuments - Prague Castle, Charles Bridge and Old Town Square.
Guests can share a fully equipped kitchen and high-quality Wi-Fi, including a 24-hour reception at the LH Vintage Design Hotel SAX, just a 2-minute walk from the hotel. Breakfast options include a self-preparation in the kitchen, a buffet breakfast in the hotel or in the cafe of the Academy of Performing Arts.
The location of the apartment hotel in the close neighborhood of the US Embassy ensures peace and safety for guests during their stay.
118 00 Prague 1
For your convenience and the safety of your vehicle, we offer both outdoor and covered garage parking spaces near the hotel. For more information, contact the reception. Advance booking required.
The nearest metro station is "Malostranská" (line A), then take the tram (no. 12, 20 or 22) to "Malostranské náměstí" station. Then continue to Karmelitská Street, turn right at the first intersection into Tržiště Street and continue straight across Břetislavova Street to Tržiště Street, where LH Apartments Embassy are located.
Take the 119 bus and get off at Nádraží Veleslavín metro station. There take Nádraží Veleslavín you take the metro to "Malostranská" (route A, direction Skalka).
Prague Castle, a symbol of Czech history, has dominated the Vltava since the 9th century. Its architectural diversity includes St. Vitus Cathedral, the Royal Palace and the Golden Lane. According to the Guinness Book of Records, Prague Castle is the largest castle complex in the world and is recorded in the UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage List.
Charles Bridge, one of the most iconic places in Prague, is a treasure of history and architecture. It was built in the 14th century during the reign of Charles IV and connects the Old Town with the Lesser Town. Its baroque sculptures have become an integral part of the bridge, the most famous of which is the statue of St. Jan Nepomucký. A walk across the bridge offers breathtaking views of Prague and is an unforgettable experience at any time of the year.
Infant Jesus of Prague, located in the Church of Our Lady Victorious in the Lesser Town, is one of the most revered reliquaries in Prague. Miraculously saved from the fire, this small statue of Jesus has an interesting history. It dates back to the 16th century and has been associated with many miracles and records of its protection of the city. Every year it attracts visitors from all over the world with its beauty and historical significance. In addition to its religious significance, the Infant Jesus of Prague has also become a cultural symbol, bringing hope and faith to those who visit it.
Petřín Tower, also known as the Little Eiffel Tower, is an iconic landmark of Prague. It was built in 1891 on the occasion of the Jubilee Exhibition. With a height of 63.5 meters it offers visitors a unique view of the Prague skyline. To reach the top you can either take a pleasant walk from Malá Strana / the Lesser Town or take the cable car that takes you almost all the way to the top. It is an ideal place for a romantic trip or a relaxing afternoon with a picturesque view of Prague. There is a mirror maze near the observation tower, which is also worth a visit.
Old Town Square, the heart of historical Prague, is a fascinating place witnessing history full of history and packed with architectural gems. Next to the Old Town Hall and the Church of the Mother of God before Týn, the baroque church of St. Nicholas, the Rococo Kinsky Palace, the Gothic City Palace House “U Kamenné zvonu“ and the monumental Master Jan Hus Memorial. The unique Old Town Clock is placed in the town hall tower. You can admire 12 apostles appearing every hour (9 a.m. to 11 p.m.).
National Museum in Prague is one of the key cultural institutions of the Czech Republic. Its monumental building at the top of Wenceslas Square offers not only fascinating exhibitions but also a view of the country's rich history and scientific heritage. The exhibits present a wide range of topics from natural history and archeology to art and history. The most valued exhibits are for example, the Czech dinosaur "Iggy" or rare works of art.