Dancing House Hotel

Dancing House — is a symbol of modern architecture in Prague was initially received with mixed feelings, but soon became a popular tourist attraction and has received a number of prestigious awards.
Dancing House was built in 1992–1996 along Prague’s Rašínovo waterfront. Its author, Czech architect of Croatian descent, V. Milunić, invited renowned Canadian-American designer Frank O. Gehry to work on it. Today this building inspired by the dancing couple of Ginger & Fred is considered the best-known example of modern Czech architecture after 1989.

And now, part of the Dancing House, Prague’s most distinctive modern building, is turned into a hotel!
Located 1.1 km from Charles Bridge in Prague, Dancing House Hotel features a restaurant and free WiFi throughout the property. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant Ginger & Fred.
Every room comes with a flat-screen TV. Some rooms have a sitting area for your convenience. Enjoy a cup of coffee while looking out at the river or city.
So, if you’ll stay in this hotel, the main attractions of Prague  you’ll see all the time 🙂


Types of rooms: Standard Double Room, Deluxe Single Room, Deluxe Double Room with River View, Suite with City View, Suite, Royal Suite.
Services in the room: View, Shower, Hairdryer, Bathrobe, free toiletries, toilet, bathroom, slippers, bidet, towels, linens.  Desk, sitting area. Minibar. WiFi. Coffee machine.


Services in the hotel: Terrace. There is a 24-hour front desk, concierge services, dry cleaning services and a gift shop at the property. Restaurant, bar, breakfast in the room. Tour Desk, ticket service, baggage storage, concierge service. Room Service.

Prices: from 172 EUR per room per night (including breakfast, VAT and all other taxes and services)

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