Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travelers visiting Prague, Domus Henrici Boutique Hotel is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its romantic environment and proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Domus Henrici Boutique Hotel makes it easy to enjoy the best of Prague.
Rooms at Domus Henrici Boutique Hotel provide a flat screen TV, a minibar, and a refrigerator, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
In addition, while staying at Domus Henrici Boutique Hotel guests have access to a 24 hour front desk, baggage storage, and a sun terrace. You can also enjoy free breakfast. Need a place to park? There is paid private parking available nearby.
Close to some of Prague's most popular landmarks, such as Mala strana (0.8 mi) and Dancing House (1.3 mi), Domus Henrici Boutique Hotel is a great destination for tourists.
While visiting Prague, you may want to try some dim sum at one of the nearby restaurants, such as SIA Restaurant, Zebra Asian Noodle Bar, or Bily jerab.
Should time allow, Prague Castle, Old Town Square, and Charles Bridge are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
Whether you’re traveling for business, pleasure or both, Domus Henrici Boutique Hotel is sure to make your visit to Prague one worth remembering.
Just had a 4 night stay at this lovely little hotel. We where greeted on arrival at airport which we had pre booked and taken straight to the hotel. When we got to the hotel we where shown to our room, and what a room it was, spacious and comfortable with a lovely view overlooking petrin tower. The room was well equipped with a reasonably priced mini bar and towels and toiletries replenished frequently. Breakfast was somewhat limited but they doing the best they can under these circumstances. All the staff where really friendly and helpful. It is conveniently located for Prague castle and monastery and transport, within a few minutes walk there is some lovely bars and restaurants.
I keep coming back here because the staff is really good and the rooms are nice with large bathrooms and comfortable amenities. The breakfast in the morning offers good choices and a great way to start your day. I also use the airport to hotel car service. The driver is friendly and professional. He knows all the best ways and is a really good driver. The location is just up hill from the castle and has a number of sites close by. I also enjoy the walk down the the Charles Bridge. The area is quiet and sleeping is good at night. Overall, I keep coming back here and it helps me enjoy my visits to Prague.
An unusual property which some would describe as "boutique" and others"bijou". A warm welcome, a large comfortable room and a reasonable breakfast - and all this at a reasonable price and a five minute walk from St. Vitus Cathedral in the uphill, castle area of the city. What more could one want?
This is the first place which I stayed at in my life, where the staff when leading you to your room and carrying your luggage walks... downstairs! That was so surprising and unique experience which truly excited me! The hotel is located in a historical building U Lampy, which is almost 400 years old. Apartments facing Loretanska street are private places, and hotel rooms face South, Petrin hill and Uvoz street. Therefore it is very quite place where nobody can disturb you. Hotel has only 8 rooms which are situated on two levels. We stayed on a lower level, closest to the Uvoz street, in a historical room with a high barrel ceiling. Room was smaller than it appeared on photos, but still fairly spacious and comfortable. Staff is very welcoming and friendly. We were able to get answers to all our, sometimes tricky, questions and requests. (Yes, hot water is hot indeed and IS always available; you just have to wait for a few seconds for it to come for it's an old building and water apparently gets cold in winter time inside tubes.) Breakfast is good, but not as varied as 4* hotels usually have. For staying a New year night at their hotel all the guests were presented by gratuitous bottle of Bohemian champagne, which was really cute. The hotel's terraces are pretty romantic with a small table available for guests on each terrace. It was nice sitting there for a while in cold winter weather and I believe it may be even nicer experience in a summer time (just don't forget to bring some champagne with you.)…
If you want to be away from Prague's tourist hordes, this is probably the best place for you ! It's in a lovely cobbled district near lots of great sights - Prague Castle, Loreta Church, Strahov Monastery etc Yes it's a much quieter area - you have to walk uphill from town to get back - but it's not difficult, in fact it's a great way to walk off your dinner and appreciate the city (there's also a great tram route-22 if you want to ride home instead.) The hotel staff were all really helpful - thank you Susanna, Mary and Martina - there's a good breakfast, and all thought through well. The hotel is simple but tasteful and stylish - and yes, get Room 6 if you can, it's great. All in all, thoroughly recommended for discerning travellers.
We stayed there for 3 nights. It's a very cosy hotel in a historical building, placed in the castle neighborhood. The staff was absolutely lovely and always looking to help us with anything we needed. The rooms were old (historical building), but very clean, the decoration respected the style of the building and it was very cosy. Breakfast was good. It is placed very near the castle and at least during our stay at night it got very quiet, which is good but restaurants near the hotel usually close early (10 pm). If you usually have dinner rather late, think you will probably have to go to the other part of the city to find open places after 21/21:30. I recommend it and would stay there again.
Beautiful rooms in a small boutique hotel (only 8 rooms). Lovely continental breakfast to set you up for the day and 24 hour helpful reception desk. Very close to the castle, Perrin Hill and Staradhov monestary, so easy to have a leisurely breakfast and still get there in time to avoid the crowds. Best of both worlds really as quiet in the evening but with nice local restaurants nearby. 10 minute walk to Charles Bridge which includes a nice shopping street but do be aware that it’s uphill on the way back so you’ll work off any excesses with the cake! Staff are super helpful and will arrange private transport to and from the airport. Would highly recommend this hotel if you like to be near the action but not in the middle of it.
The hotel is located in one of the best locations possible in the city- 8 minutes walk from the Castle. The rooms are clean and nice. The hotel is NOT disabled-friendly and has many stairs. Breakfast is very modest. Notice that the area is dead (no places to eat or drink) around the hotel after 7pm, so eat somewhere else. Great service of a driver, who brought us from and to the train station - cheap, easy and the driver was very friendly.
A wonderful small hotel ideally located in the Castle district of Prague. A spacious, clean,comfortable, and quiet room with beautiful views from the patio. A more than ample breakfast buffet is provided. All of the reception staff and Milan, the driver are so friendly and helpful and made me feel very welcome. I would definitely recommend this hotel and hope to return some day.
Booked for 3 nights at end September based on Trip Advisor reviews. Previous trips to Prague have been limited to Pankrac, so I had no real idea of the geography althouhgh I knew the public transport was great. Plus points of location; historic area, proximity to the castle, 5 mins to tram 22 which takes you to whicever side of the river you want to be. Also an easy walk down to Mala Stranska if you prefer. Choice of restaurants within easy walk (see other reviews; some may be tourist traps). The hotel itself is an historic building. It is the antithesis of the modern chain hotel and ozzes character. We had a deluxe room for 2 nights then a standard for one. Both were fine; de luxe room was massive with beautiful view over to Petrin hill. Beds look a bit spartan but are comfortable (I have a back problem so know of what I speak). Quite a few stairs to navigate so probably not for the mobility impaired. Breakfast plain but good with a real focus on the quality of the coffee. Two minor points: Wifi was a bit patchy and rather slow (just downloading emails, not streaming a movie). In room safe too small for event my small laptop; it was just big enough to accomodate my iPad. Friendly and helpful staff; if you have any queries just call. All speak excellent English if that is your preferred language. Would happily stay again.…