The Golden Well is a boutique hotel in Prague which boasts one of the best locations in the city. Huddled below the walls of Prague Castle and surrounded by quaint rose gardens, it is a chic hideaway in Pragueâ€™s Mala Strana (the "Little Quarter").
Close to the Czech Parliament, the boutique hotel is just a short walk away from some of the city's most impressive sights, including the Charles Bridge, the Royal Gardens, St. Nicholas Church and the Old Town Square.
The elegant U Zlate Studne restaurant (â€œAt the Golden Wellâ€) offers guests a choice between the intimate main dining room (which seats just 26), or the rooftop terrace. Enjoy panoramic views of Prague while dining on classic Czech or innovative international cuisine. Designed by Italian architects Lorenzo Carmelini and Katrin Herden, it combines modern sensibilities with Renaissance era touches.
Dining at this boutique hotel is gold-standard. U Zlate Studneâ€™s Executive Chef Pavel Sapik is a member of the Czech national culinary team and a gold winner at the Culinary Arts World Competition. The menuâ€™s carefully selected wine list perfectly complements the food and, together with excellent service, ensures a memorable dining experience for guests. Special group or buffet menus are also available.
The Golden Well Hotel has just 17 rooms and 2 suites. All accommodation nods at the hotel's royal heritage and provides guests with goodies like flat screen TVs, DVD/CD players, iPod docks, Wi-Fi and under-floor heating in the bathrooms. Molton Brown toiletries come as standard and all rooms are furnished with beautiful Richelieu reproduction antiques.
Enviably located in the heart of Malá Strana in Old Prague, the Golden Well Hotel is within easy reach of Prague Castle, St Vitus Cathedral, the Strahov Monastery and PetÅ™ín Hill. Across the nearby Charles Bridge is the Old Town Square with the beautiful Týn Cathedral, St Nicholas Church and the famous Astronomical Clock.
This delightful boutique hotel in Prague’s historic district is known for its excellent restaurant and friendly personal service. The 16th century building which houses the Golden Well Hotel is at the end of a winding, cobbled street so commonplace in Prague. Once the home of Emperor Rudolf II, it is a now a charming and well-located hotel in Prague’s Malá Stana district, welcoming discerning guests with an old fountain in the delightful cobbled courtyard setting.
Beyond the reception area, the stone-tiled floors and wood-panelled walls lead to 17 individually designed and decorated guest rooms and 2 suites. The historic theme continues with reproduction antique wooden furniture in each individually styled room. Suites have espresso coffee makers, a fully-stocked wine rack and hand-painted ceilings. Designed by Lorenzo Carmelini and Katrin Herden, this luxury boutique hotel mixes renaissance splendour with 21st century technology in the iPod docking stations, flatscreen TVs and Wifi internet services in each room. Each guest also enjoys a cosy sitting area while colourful bedspreads add brightness and warmth to the tastefully designed rooms. There is also a whirlpool bath and underfloor heating which add to the comfort of the colourfully-tiled bathrooms.
The high point, literally, of this charming boutique hotel is the fantastic view from the windows overlooking the Ledeburg Gardens of the Castle and the city rooftops beyond. The best views are available to all who dine at the wonderful restaurant, U Zlaté Studné. Breakfast is served in the narrow terraced restaurant but all eyes are on the view rather than the breakfast buffet. The elegant restaurant seats just 26 guests indoors with further tables on the outdoor terrace when the weather is good. The executive Chef, Pavel Sapik, is a member of the Czech national culinary team and a gold winner of the Culinary Arts World Competition, so a meal here is guaranteed to be sensational.
Not only is the cuisine award-winning here, the hotel itself has received awards as the Travelers Choice ‘Best Hidden Gem’, ‘Best Service\', and ‘Best Hotel in the top 25 cities’.
Metro Malostranská – Line A
Trams Malostranské NámÄ›stí – Lines 12, 20, 22, 91
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