The Hotel Eurostars David is located just 500 metres from the National Theatre, a stone‚Äôs throw from Prague city centre. The hotel is housed in a neo-Renaissance palace dating back to 1884, now completely refurbished whilst retaining the original structure and ornamental architectural elements both in the interior and the exterior.
Sporting a spectacular wooden staircase communicating the first and second floors, the attractions at the Eurostars David include a cheerful fireplace, frescoes on ceilings and a boiserie, richly carved wood, as well as magnificent replicas of the original doors.
The interior decoration at the Hotel Eurostars David combines an elegant, austere style with such classic elements as the Victorian armchairs in the cafeteria area and other more modern furnishings. The rooms are decorated in gold and black, creating a rich, exclusive atmosphere.
The Hotel Eurostars David Restaurant serves typical Spanish cuisine in a modern, innovative ambience. Other facilities at the hotel include bar, fitness room and Wi-Fi Internet connection.
The hotel has 76 comfortable rooms furnished with all the modern facilities to be expected of a true five-star establishment. Facilities include plasma screen TV, magnifying mirror and electronic key card.
Most rooms have complete bathroom with bathtub, with the exception of a few with shower only.
Single rooms are equipped with an electronic lock, plasma TV, heated towel rail.
Double rooms are equipped with an electronic lock, plasma TV, heated towel rail.
The Eurostars David hotel has an exceptional function room area. Equipped with the latest audiovisual technology, the rooms also have natural sunlight. The Eurostars David hotel provides a wide selection of coffees, appetizers, conference and dinner party menus, and an efficient staff who will attend to all your needs.
Ground floor function room: Located on the ground floor of the hotel and completely set up for holding any type of banquet, meeting, convention, conference, reception or event.
Underground level function room: Located in the underground level of the hotel and completely set up for holding any type of banquet, meeting, convention, conference, reception or event.
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How to get there
From the airport ( 20 km ), hotel well connected by public transport or taxi. Underground station: Charles ( 400 m ).
The best way to visit Prague is on foot. Walking around the city is a pleasant way of really getting to know the city and its many attractions. Few fail in this way to discover Prague‚Äôs nature: restless, cheerful, mysterious, melancholy, cultured, European. Here is a rich world of outstanding sights and quiet nooks and crannies. Situated in the centre of Europe, this ‚Äúcity of a thousand spires‚ÄĚ has been built ‚Äď and rebuilt ‚Äď in the most varied artistic styles until, all in all it looks like something out a fairy tale.
Prague boasts palaces, towers and churches, castles and museums representing all the most important architectural styles. This is, above all, a city with enormous cultural wealth. In 1992, in view of its outstanding cultural and landscape importance, Prague‚Äôs historic centre was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
A good starting-point for a tour of Prague is Staromestske Namesti, the Old Town Square, the most important square in the old town, dating back to the 12th century. Here we find such sights as the Baroque Church of St Nicholas and the Rococo Goltz-Kinsk√Ĺ Palace, which houses the National Gallery and is one of the most beautiful buildings in the capital of the Czech Republic. O
verlooking the square is the Our Lady of Tyn, Prague‚Äôs most outstanding Gothic church, and the Old Town Hall Tower with the Astronomical Clock, a sophisticated mechanism built in 1490 and reproducing the planets and the known world. Every hour on the hour, Death pulls the bell while the twelve apostles run around in a circle. Nearby is Karlova street, which leads from the Town Hall to the river, passing the Clementinum, a former Jesuit monastery that now houses the lovely National Library, which possesses the largest collection of Kafka‚Äôs works.
Turning now to the local cuisine, visitors to the Czech Republic capital should not leave without trying the delicious bread or potato meatballs or the traditional choucroute, fermented cabbage. Other popular dishes include knedlo-vepro-zelo, roast pork with cabbage, bramborak, potato omelette, svickova, an exquisite, rich thick cream, and bramborak salat se sekanou, potato salad seasoned with spices. The Czech people also love their desserts, and the fine sweetmeats we can find here include delicious little cakes filled with chocolate, fruit or cream.
Visitors to Prague will find many typical souvenirs, including delicate Bohemia porcelain in the shape of candelabra, soup bowls and gravy boats to give just a few examples of the many fine arts and crafts works that can be found in the Czech capital.