Ametyst Hotel is a friendly 4-star property offering comfortable accommodation near the heart of Prague. Highlights include some wellness facilities, onsite dining and a good location within walking distance of Wenceslas Square.
It is located in Vinohrady, an upmarket residential district situated just southeast of the city centre. It is named after the many vineyards that once existed in the area and features beautiful Neo-Renaissance and Art Nouveau architecture. Nearby places of interest include the large public square Namesti Miru, the Church of Saint Ludmila and the expansive park Havlickovy Sady. Namesti Miru metro station and several tram stops are located in the vicinity, providing fast and easy access to other popular Prague destinations.
The hotel occupies a traditional mid-rise property featuring a classic, white facade. Facilities include a sauna and a small spa offering a range of massages and wellness treatments. Chargeable Wi-Fi is available throughout the premises.
Standard rooms are simply decorated in warm colours with parquet flooring, artwork on the walls and classic furniture. Amenities include air-conditioning, a flat-screen satellite TV with pay-per-view content, mini-bar, work desk, safe and tea and coffee equipment. The en-suite bathrooms feature a bathtub or shower and complimentary toiletries.
La Galleria serves traditional Czech and international cuisine in a friendly, traditional space, whilst guests can enjoy a wide range of drinks and snacks throughout the day at the inviting Lobby Bar. A buffet breakfast is provided every morning and there are plenty of dining opportunities in the vicinity. The hotel has a 24-hour reception.
City Bus Tour
See the best of Prague in the most convenient way possible; with a 24hr bus tour with City Sightseeing! this is included in the offer price.
Christmas Markets in Prague!
With its colourful Christmas trees and markets, traditional folk crafts, nativity scenes complete with medieval and baroque buildings; Prague really does bring a magic touch to the Christmas period, making for an unforgettable atmosphere.
Aside from all the topical trinkets one might expect to find at a Christmas market, visitors can also look forward to indulging in a gastronomical paradise, featuring mouth-watering Czech specialities, such as blood sausages, mead, Czech muffins and much, much more.
* Additional Charges
If the number of people staying in this room is less than the maximum occupancy, there may be a slight charge for under-occupancy.
Booking fee’s apply on all bookings and will be confirmed at the time of booking. Minimum booking fee £6 per person.
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