Our eight Junior Suites range in size from 32 to 38 square metres and a cot is available on request. All of them feature individual interior features.
The Junior Suites at Alchymist Nosticova Palace offer either a king-size bed (180 x 200 cm), a queen-size bed (160 x 200 cm) or two twin beds (90 x 200 cm), on request. They have been named after various historical figures: on the First Floor we have Arcimboldo, Johannes Kepler and Rudolf II on the Second Floor Maria Theresa and Mozart, and on the Third Floor Casanova, Eliška Přemyslovna (Elizabeth of Bohemia) and Karlštejn.
The Arcimboldo Junior Suite is one of the most romantic rooms in our luxury hotel. It is one perfect for a romantic getaway, anniversary, engagement or, indeed, a wedding night. The room features a canopy bed and beautifully painted, vaulted ceiling; there is also a small kitchen for your convenience. The views stream across the river, the hotel Garden Restaurant and Kampa Park. The Arcimboldo Junior Suite is named after the 16th century Italian painter, Guiseppe Arcimboldo, who was invited to come to Prague in 1562. He is best known for creating imaginative portrait heads made entirely out of objects such as fruits, vegetables, flowers, fish and books.
The Johannes Kepler Junior Suite is named after the German mathematician, astrologist and astronomer. The brilliant mathematician came toBohemiain 1600 to work with Tycho de Brahe, but he soon became the imperial mathematician—bestowing him with the duty of providing astrological advice to the Emperor. This Junior Suite boasts beautifully decorated vaulted ceilings, a king size bed and a kitchenette.
Our other Junior Suite is named after the 16th century Emperor, Rudolf II, who was apparently more intrigued by the occult than by daily affairs of the state. Historians have traditionally blamed Rudolf's preoccupation with the arts, occult sciences, and other personal interests as the reason for the political disasters the occurred during his reign. The decoration of the Rudolf II Junior Suite is faithful to the reputation of this patron of the arts and good living. It is decadent with its rich, dark red walls, its one completely golden wall, the king-size bed, fireplace and selective lighting.
The Rudolf II Junior Suite may be combined with the Tycho de Brahe Royal Suite to create a living space of 78 square metres.
The Maria Theresa Junior Suite is named after the only female, Habsburg ruler, who reigned for an impressive 40 years and bore her husband an equally impressive number of children: 16. This suite is decorated in a sumptuous and elegant style, featuring rich, warm colours and a truly imperial mirror covering almost an entire wall. The room can be set up as a twin room or a double with a king-size bed. From this suite, you will enjoy a lovely view of the river, our Garden Restaurant andKampaPark.
The ingenious composer of the 18th century, Wolfang Amadeus Mozart does not need much introduction. His affinity with Prague is well known and he premiered his Don Giovanni here in 1787 with much success. The Mozart Junior Suite is located on the Second Floor and features a king-size bed, a kitchenette and a stucco ceiling.
The master of the art of seduction, Casanova, is also a man known to everyone; however, what may not be as well known is that he spent his last years in Bohemia as a librarian in Count Waldstein´s household, where he also wrote the story of his life. The Casanova Junior Suite features a lovely fireplace (for decoration only), and it can be set up as either a twin room or a double with a king-size bed.
The Eliška Přemyslovna (Elizabeth of Bohemia) Junior Suite on the Third Floor is a beautiful and spacious room, with a kitchenette and view of the neighbouring house. The proud and quick-tempered Elizabeth of Bohemia married John of Luxembourg in 1310 at the age of 18, being 4 years his senior. Six years later she gave birth to Charles IV, the future King of Bohemia and Holy Roman Emperor.
The last of our Junior Suites named after Karlštejn Castle, the Karlštejn Junior Suite, is situated on the Third Floor. Sadly it does not serve as a place for the safekeeping of the Bohemian Crown Jewels, holy relics and other royal treasures like Karlštejn Castle; nevertheless, it does feature some lovely interior decor, vaulted ceilings and stucco decorations.