Parizska 30 Praha 1, 11000 CZ
Prague: Josefov (Jewish Quarter)
9 customer reviews Intercontinental Praha
372 rooms, 9 floors
Overlooking the river Vltava and the historical city center, Hotel InterContinental Praha is within walking distance of the famous Old Town Square and approximately nine miles from Ruzyne International Airport.
The famous Old Town Astronomical Clock, the Charles Bridge, and the Paris Street shopping boulevard are also within walking distance of the hotel. Other local attractions include Prague Castle, Lesser Town, Wenceslas Square, Jewish Quarter and Jewish Cemetery, National Museum, Observatory at Petrin hill, Mirror Labyrinth at Petrin hill, Strahov Monastery, Zizkov view tower, and Technical Museum.
Hotel amenities include the health club (with indoor swimming pool, sauna, Jacuzzi, gym, face and body treatments and relaxation zone), summer rooftop terrace, conference hall, cocktail lounge, and award-winning creations from the hotel's Executive Chef, at the rooftop panorama restaurant, Zlata Praha. The hotel also offers dry cleaning/laundry services, business services, a florist, shoeshine, babysitting, room service, currency exchange, underground parking, and 24-hour front desk service.
All rooms feature satellite TV, LCD television, high-speed Internet access, dataports, minibars, coffeemakers, 24-hour room service, irons and ironing boards, safes, iPOD docking station and air-conditioning. Rates are based on double occupancy. Charges for extra adults may apply, and will be due directly to the hotel.
Dining at the InterContinental Prague is a truly one-of-a-kind experience. From elegant formal dinners to light snacks and coffee, we offer first-class service in three unique settings: rooftop restaurant Zlat? Praha, Prim?tor restaurant and Dukes Bar.
Eat like local. Traditional Czech pub, located in the New Town. It combines the tradition and uniqueness of the Pilsner Urquell beer and Czech cuisine. The beer retains its outstanding taste and high quality as it is drawn straight from a tank. If you would like to eat in a truly relaxed and authentic atmosphere, this is the place for you.
Eat like local. Lokal is like a Czech pub only better. The menu boasts grandmotherly old school recipe made from scratch whenever possible. The kitchen orders most of their ingredients from local suppliers. One of the specialities is the classic svickova beef tenderloin in cream sauce. Feel free to ask the server for an extra serving of sauce or dumplings at no extra charge.
Popular concept based on traditional Czech cuisine and Pilsner Urquell beer. The restaurant has become a hit among the locals as well as visitors of Prague. Order Pilsner Goulash with dumplings and potato pancakes or Rolled Lamb in rosemary with spinach and potato gnocchi.
Eat like local Modern interior and a wide choice of meals made from quality ingredients for favorable prices. You can choose from a wide selection of Czech specialties, authentic Italian pasta, french savory and sweet crepes or gourmet steaks.
U Modre kachnicky
Eat like local Located near the Charles Bridge, this restaurant offers innovative creations of traditional Czech dishes. It has a series of tiny dining rooms with vaulted ceilings and frescoed walls. There are seven duck specialties on the menu.
Monarch Wine Bar
Special place The cavernous stone cellar at Monarch houses has over 1000 vintages including fine Czech and Moravian wines. To accompany your