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  • The Longer You Stay,…

    Start saving from 2nd night. Enjoy your wonderful days in Prague's Mala Strana. Price includes: Accommodation in one of our beautiful Room or Suite…
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    Just a few steps away from the Alchymist Nosticova Palace and amidst the picturesque, higgledy piggledy streets of Prague Lesser Town, nestles our sister,…
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  • Exotic Dream

    The package is at disposal at the Ecsotica Spa health club situated in our sister hotel Alchymist Grand Hotel, 5 minutes by walk from our hotel! When…
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Location

Alchymist Nosticova Palace

Nosticova 1,11800 praha 1

AddressNosticova 1, 11800 Praha 1

Phone/Fax+420 257 312 513 / +420 257 312 517

Contact usinfo@nosticova.com

Welcome to Alchymist Nosticova Palace

Boutique Hotel in Mala Strana Prague

The Alchymist Nosticova Palace is a truly delightful, romantic boutique hotel set near all major Prague tourist attractions and yet still far away from the hustle and bustle of the modern city. Located at the end of a quiet cobblestone street close to the charming Kampa Park and Vltava River, this 17th century residence is the place to stay if you appreciate historical charm, elegant comfort and an element of romance in Prague.

This devotion to history and art is more than evident in this boutique, Prague hotel. The 19 rooms and suites of this five star hotel are all furnished with valuable antiques and works of art, but what makes them truly unique is the fact that each of the rooms is named after a historical figure. Starting with Rudolf II, Tycho de Brahe and Arcimboldo on the first floor, the suites continue their individualism with, amongst others, Josef II and Mozart on the second floor, Karlštejn and Blanche of Valois on the third floor and the culmination of the Hradčany Imperial Suite on the fourth floor.