We provide accommodation in the centre of Prague, Czech Republic.
If you want to experience Prague in style while feeling at home just do not look further and come stay with us.

In a historical modern renovated house, at S42 Hotel Prague, we are able to provide you with a very unique atmosphere combining old and new.


The Location:

The S42 Hotel is located just 650 meters from the 1885 neo-renaissance building of the Czech National Museum. Which means a 7 minutes walk from the hotel to Wenceslas Square (in Czech: Václavské náměstí) one of the main boulevards in Prague, and the centre for business, culture, as well as the traditional setting for open air exhibitions, celebrations, and other public gatherings. It is also the home of monument of Saint Wenceslas, the patron saint of Bohemia, after whom The square is named.

The hotel is within walking distance to the Old Town Square, and the Astronomical clock tower.

Main land marks such as Charles Bridge, and Prague Castle are easily accessible.

Located in Prague, “Nove Mesto” in Czech language, (translated: New Town) is a busy neighbourhood of Prague, with historical buildings, cafes, shops, open markets, restaurants, and pubs. It is dominated by the so-called “Pavlak” which is the popular nickname for the I.P. Pavlova station (a 3 minutes walk) which connects Karlovo náměstí – and thus also New Town – with Náměstí Míru in Vinohrady. Tramlines cross here with Metro line C, as well as night buses and the expressway bringing cars from the D1 highway directly to the centre.

Other important sites nearby:

  • Charles Square– the biggest square in Prague and also among the biggest squares in Europe – with the New City Hall / Gothic town hall,
  • Church of Saints Cyril and Methodius,
  • the Botanical Gardens and several Charles University buildings in Albertov, – as well as the Baroque Villa America.
  • Vyšehrad contains the Czech national cemetery and the ruins of a mediaeval fortress. This castle served historically as the headquarter of the Czech rulers almost a 1000 years ago.

Since 1992, the center of Prague, including our neighbourhood, has been a recognized protected World Heritage site by UNESCO.