Hunger Wall Residence basic info

Hunger Wall is an elegant residence with complete service, ready to provide full comfort to a demanding clientele. The early 20th century (1903) building underwent a complete renovation with the preservation of elements of Secessionist architecture. A historical gem is situated in the courtyard of the building - a fragment of the Hunger Wall that was built in 1360 – 1362, during the period of the reign of Charles IV. Inside, the building houses 18 stylish, cozy and richly furnished apartments, each with individual design.

The residence is situated in the historical part of Prague - in the Lesser Quarter, near the Vltava River and two magnificent parks, Petřín and Kampa, which are very popular among the citizens of Prague. It thus offers peace and quiet right in the heart of the city, near the Old Town, Charles Bridge and Prague Castle. In addition to important Prague landmarks and parks, a number of diverse small cafés, bars and restaurants with a distinctive atmosphere are located in the immediate vicinity of the residence. The modern Anděl City and Nový Smichov shopping centers are also easily accessible.

Thanks to its superb location, level of service and furnishing of the interior, the residence is a suitable place for both long-term as well as short-term business or tourist stays. In addition to the advantages and services offered by classical hotels, it concurrently offers much more space, necessary privacy, peace from the pulsating city and a guarantee of safety.

5 reasons for staying at the Hunger Wall residence

Unparalleled location
Pleasant and cozy environment
Individual design, modern technological equipment
High quality services
Presence of old Prague history

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