Set in the heart of Prague, the recently renovated Jalta Boutique Hotel is steeped in history. Situated in the centre of Wenceslas Square, a UNESCO World Heritage protected area, not only is the hotel a National Cultural Monument, but it is also regarded as one of the Czech Republic’s architectural masterpieces. The State Opera and National Museum, two of Prague’s most famous attractions are within a short walk from the hotel.
All of the Jalta Boutique Hotel’s guestrooms benefit from either an exclusive balcony or large windows with a city or courtyard view. Spacious bathrooms include a shower and bath tub and a range of complimentary L´Óccitane cosmetics, while the king-size beds deliver optimum comfort and luxury with crisp white 100% Egyptian cotton linen. Room service, complimentary Wi-Fi, and well stocked minibars ensure that guests enjoy a relaxing city break.
The COMO restaurant within the Jalta Boutique Hotel is renowned as the place to be seen in Prague. Chefs create a wealth of Mediterranean, Asian and modern Czech specialties and Jalta Boutique’s guests can enjoy the complimentary hot and cold breakfast buffet.
In addition to the Jalta Boutique Hotel’s breath-taking views of Wenceslas Square there are some hidden unique features. Under the hotel is a previously hidden nuclear fallout shelter. Dating back to the 1950s, it provided a space for communist leaders to gather in case of nuclear war, and Jalta Boutique Hotel guests can enjoy a complimentary guided tour of the bunker. Famous art adorns the hotel walls including an original Andy Warhol screen print in the lobby, while just outside the hotel, a dazzling array of Prague’s city sights and culture awaits.
Why we love this hotel
- Stunning views over Wenceslas Square
- Eclectic mix of contemporary chic and historic architecture
- Luxurious guestrooms