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Prague’s Vinohrady have always been regarded as one of the city’s best and most beautiful quarters. Picturesque streets, impressive house facades, cafes and restaurants, located near the city centre, while still amazingly peaceful. We visited the Hotel Ametyst, which is found on the Jana Masaryka street. From the outside, it is a rather inconspicuous house that you would pass by. All the more heavenly is what you will find inside.

The Hotel Ametyst is celebrating its 26th birthday this year, but its history reaches farther back. Since the year 1923 The Ametyst guesthouse ran here, now only three years away from celebrating its centenary! In the hotel’s guestbook you will still find messages left by Czech and foreign guests of the interwar period, praising the hotel’s services and staff, how well they ate and slept and how they look forward to their next visit. The rave reviews have remained consistent to this day, only the guests’ praises have moved onto the Internet instead.

The Ametyst was one of the first hotels to appear in Vinohrady. Today you can stay in any of their 84 Superior, Executive and Deluxe rooms. All rooms have been renovated and are equipped with custom-made furniture. The design of the rooms is truly harmonious - black, green and grey tones, accompanied by light and dark wood. Although the rooms are furnished in a modern style, just looking out of the window at the facades of the First Republic houses evokes the unparalleled historical atmosphere of Prague.

The hotel is suitable for couples, families with children, as well as business clients. The rooms are equipped with wooden floors, a desk, an LCD TV, coffee and tea sets, a minibar, individually set air conditioning and high-speed internet connection. In addition, several rooms can be connected on request. This way, if you are staying with children or a large family, you will have plenty of privacy and space. If you are looking for some relaxation, book a sauna or a massage at the reception. In the lobby bar you can also enjoy a wide range of cocktails and Moravian wines or taste their homemade desserts. We tried the strudel with whipped cream, delicious ☺.

The hotel offers conference facilities with all necessary equipment for up to 25 people. The hotel rooms and halls of the Ametyst hotel reflect the owner’s clear love of art. Paintings by Czech, Bulgarian and Russian artists embelish the entire hotel, contributing to its pleasant atmosphere.

Ametyst’s location is ideal. The nearest metro stations Náměstí Míru or I.P. Pavlova are a few minutes away by foot and trams run just around the corner. This way, you can easily explore all the hidden nooks of Prague. The hotel drivers are also happy to take you right to the airport.

If you are stopping by Prague, stay at the Hotel Ametyst. You can also choose from a variety of accommodation packages. This summer and autumn season is ideal for discovering the many beauties of Prague. You can enjoy the main landmarks of the city without large tourist crowds and at better prices. And you will quickly fall in love with the picturesque morning views that waking up in Prague offers ☺.

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- location

- renovated rooms

- rooms with a spacious balcony and exquisite view


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