The Hotel Savoy combines the charm of the old days with the luxury of today, offering all the benefits of a boutique hotel. It is ideally located in the diplomatic quarter of Prague just steps away from the historical sites of Prague Castle, the St. Vitus Cathedral and the romantic lanes and cobbled streets of the 'Lesser Quarter'.
The spacious rooms and suites are warmly decorated in harmonious colors such as bordeaux, royal blue and honey yellow. The Savoy offers 55 luxuriously appointed Executive and Deluxe rooms and 4 Junior Suites. The ´Savoy Suite´ as well as the ´Grand Presidential Suite´ are featured with spacious terraces where you can enjoy a spectacular view over the red rooftops of the Hradcany district and the Prague Castle. All rooms are provided with the most modern equipment – air-conditioning, direct-dial telephone, high speed internet and PC connection, TV and DVD player, in-room safe, cosmetic set, bathrobes and bathrobe slippers. Wireless internet is available in all public areas.
Enjoy your afternoon tea with a complimentary copy of the Wall Street Journal or browse through the wide range of books including the Encyclopedia Britannica in the Library - an oasis of calm in the hectic rush of modern life. Or take advantage of the complimentary "Relax Center". After enjoying a quick work out in the fitness room you can relax in the Jacuzzi, sauna or steam bath, the professional masseuse will knead away the cares and stresses of the day. Furthermore the Hotel Savoy offers a professional hairstylist as well as beauty salon.
Discover the delicious specialities of our cuisine in the acclaimed Restaurant Hradcany. Enjoy your lunch or dinner in a elegant and relaxed atmosphere. Afterwards you can cap the evening by a cocktail or glass of wine in our Lobby Bar.
Perhaps the hotels best attribute is its perfect location. The Hotel Savoy is situated in the historical heart of Prague and surrounded by numerous monuments, including the impressive Prague Castle. Within the Castle you can discover the astonishing St. Vitus Cathedral as well as the Strahov Monastery. The Monastry is one of the oldest in Europe and accommodates the largest privately owned library in the world.