The luxury Mamaison Suite Hotel Pachtuv Palace is the closest hotel to Charles Bridge in the centre of Prague. It offers excellent personal service and historic, romantic accommodation in the heart of the city.
Six of the best Mamaison Hotels and Residences, have been nominated to receive prizes from the prestigious World Travel Awards this year. Mamaison offers accommodation in some of Central and Eastern Europe’s most prestigious cities – Warsaw, Prague, Ostrava, Moscow, Bratislava, Prague and Budapest.
The six hotels nominated include Mamaison Suite Hotel Pachtuv Palace Prague, which won WTA’s Czech Republic’s Leading Boutique Hotel award in 2011 and 2013; Mamaison All-Suites Spa Hotel Pokrovka Moscow is nominated for both Russia’s Leading Boutique Hotel 2014 and Russia’s Leading Hotel Residences 2014; Mamaison Residence Sulekova Bratislava is among the finalists for Slovakia’s Leading Hotel Residences 2014; Mamaison Hotel Le Regina Warsaw is a Poland’s Leading Hotel 2014 nominee; and Mamaison Hotel Andrassy Budapest is running for the Hungary’s Leading Hotel 2014 award. Follow the links to vote for our hotels, and help us win.
All these nominations, and past prizes, reflect the value offered by our chain, in all our properties, all over Europe. Besides the six aforementioned nominations, we also celebrate 10 years in business for Hotel Pachtuv Palace Prague, Hotel Le Regina Warsaw and Residence Sulekova Bratislava, and 110 years since the official opening of Mamaison Business & Conference Hotel Imperial Ostrava.
Prague is known for her royal beauty, reflected in stylish architecture, majestic boulevards and squares, romantic alleys, and charming promenades. Equally royal is our own Pachtuv Palace, which delivers on its promise from the first glance, but even more so once you enter its palatial suites.
The Pachtuv Palace is named so to honour its former residents, the Pachta family. The building was erected in the 1770s by architect Janem Josefem Wirchem, for Hubert Karel Pachta of Rájov, and his wife. Many travel reviews also note that the palace was once visited by Mozart, who, according to Georg Nikolaus von Nissen, composed here a set of contredanses on the spot, while he was visiting count Johann Pachta as a guest in 1787.
The history of Pachtuv Palace is very closely related to music and culture. This was once a meeting place for artists and musicians, and even home to the Žofín Academy for a while. After serving as a private residence for many years, the palace was restored, and converted into the outstanding hotel you see today, one of the finest you will find in Prague.
This is the perfect place to celebrate some of the most important events in your life: many couples choose it to tie the knot, others enjoy the sumptuous suites to have their special day immortalized in breathtaking pictures. Actresses and models are seen on lavish sofas, lovers enjoy the romantic luxury of the courtyard garden. There’s magic in the air at dusk, and you truly feel blue blood running through your veins, as you are surrounded by opulent interiors replete with frescoes and antique furniture, that truly make your stay at this hotel a “once upon a time” fairy-tale experience.
Stepping inside your room at Pachtuv Palace, you will notice the palatial furniture: king size beds, graced with luxe drapery and comfy cushions; gilt-framed paintings; vintage mirrors, chests and wardrobes; all reminding of the louche decadence of the past.
When the city’s towers and turrets are finally enveloped in crepuscular light, welcome the magic of the night with a glass of champagne, and prepare for another day of sheer luxury and indulgence in the magnificent Czech capital.