Luxury Apartments D22

One of our top picks in Prague. Located a 13-minute walk from Prague Astronomical Clock and 0.7 miles from Old Town Square, Luxury Apartments D22 in Prague has air-conditioned accommodations with views of the city and free WiFi.

Accommodation near subway station Staromestska. Hotel in Prague district Hradcany, Mala Strana, Stare Mesto.

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The units come with hardwood floors and feature a fully equipped kitchen with a dishwasher a dining area a flat-screen TV with cable channels, and a private bathroom with shower and a hai dryer A microwave, a fridge and oven are also available, as well as an electric tea pot and a coffee machine.

Charles Bridge is 1.3 miles from the apartment while Prague Castle is 1.3 miles from the property.

Property info

The building of Divadelni 1088/22 was built in the year 1905 by František Jiskra. The building was used from the very beginning as the apartments. Famous inhabitans of the house include Antonín Pelc, who was a czech charicaturist, ilustrator and painter. With the full respect to the historical site, the reconstruction was finished recently, in May 2015. The concept of Divadelní 22 arose from the idea that comfort can be found in little things. The fusion of historical and contemporary elements can be found everywhere. The apartments were painted mostly in neutral tones and the high-end italian furniture was used to fullfill the atmosphere of the calm, cozy and warm place. All living areas of each apartmant face west towards the river. We now host the first Château de Panisseau Wine Bar! This world-renowned French wine estate, a sister company of D22, is bringing a taste of Bergerac to Prague through a trendy, exclusive and relaxed private wine bar located in beautifully refurbished cellar! Every guest will receive a glass of wine as a welcome drink and it is also possible to organise a private wine tasting upon request. Neighborhood info

Divadelní street is situated in the oldest and the most magical part of Prague. The Old Town was formerly an independent city, but became part of the Royal city of Prague in 1784. The Old Town got its beauty in the 14th century when King Charles IV. founded the New Town, where the craftmen and traders moved, while the Old Town remained the home of Prague elite, officials, scientists, and philosophers. The name of the street, Divadelní (divadlo means theatre in Czech), comes from the connection with the National Theatre, which is situated very close to Divadelní 1088/22. Languages Spoken

Czech, English, Russian

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Pets : Pets are not allowed.

Food & Drink : Bottle of water · Bar · Good Coffee!

Internet : Free! WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.

Parking : No parking available.

Transportation : Airport shuttle (additional charge)

Cleaning Services : Daily housekeeping Additional charge · Dry cleaning Additional charge

Miscellaneous : Designated smoking area · Air conditioning · Smoke-free property · Heating · Elevator · Family rooms · Non-smoking rooms

Languages Spoken : Czech · English · Russian

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