A well-known Prague restaurant and hotel offering beautiful panoramatic view of old Prague from the Castle, over Charles Bridge, to Tynsky Cathedral and the National Theatre. The house stands on the Petrin slope of this so-called "Prague Mountain", stretching right above the historic city centre.
The house stands on the Petrin slope of this so-called "Prague Mountain", stretching right above the historic city centre. A nice walk through the orchards of Petrin brings you to Mala Strana (the Lesser Town), to Charles bridge, the Castle and the Petrin look-out tower. The funicular railway can be used to return up the hill. Its middle station is located in the immediate vicinity of the hotel and operates from 9:15 a.m. to 11:20 p.m.
The name "Na Nebozezu" (At the Auger) originates from the vineyard of the same name which used to cover the area and which followed the shape of a winding road leading up to the St. Lawrence Church. A house - probably a wine press - used to stand at the site of today's building as early as the 15th century. At the end of the 17th century, Karel Maxmilian Lazansky, independent lord of Bukov and Manetin, built the present building as a summer house. In 1809, Bohumil Haase, a Prague printer, became the owner of Nebozizek. He established a ramblers' restaurant here and named it Hasenburg.
In the reconstructed rooms on the second floor, the present operator has built two suites furnished with period furniture and thus offering romantic accommodation, yet providing every modern-day comfort. Both suites feature their own sanitary facilities, TV with satellite reception, minibar, radio/CD system, safe and direct dial telephone.
Consist of one bedroom with king-size four-poster bed and second small bedroom with one single bed, bathroom and sitting room.
Consist of one bedroom with king-size four-poster bed, bathroom and sitting room.
The entry to both suites is from a hall with billiard table on the second floor.
The restaurant offers specialities from traditional Czech and ancient Czech cuisine as well as game and international cuisine. It features a glass-roofed terrace from which a splendid view of Prague can be enjoyed together with your meal. The restaurant has a capacity of 55 seats plus 65 seats on the terrace. We accept also bookings for the reservation of the restaurant!
Since 1891, a funicular railway has been operating to the top of Petrin hill. This was originally unique in being water powered: water was poured into a tank under the passengers feet in one car at the top station. The water's weight pulled the other car - connected with the first one by a cable leading around a pulley at the top station - up along the rails. Once the first car reached the bottom station, the water was simply let out. The funicular railway was adapted for electrical propulsion in 1932 and reconstructed completely in 1985.
You can also use the service of hotel taxi driver for the transfer from /to airport (price 700 CZK) as well as to other destinations in Prague
We would like to invite you to enjoy the traditional hospitality of Nebozizek, where you can view a magnificent panorama of the city, experience a romantic interlude, raise a glass filled with the wine which has been produced here for centuries, and toast the glory of Prague, a city filled with the unforgettable atmosphere of the past.
Prices per room/night, in EURO.
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For every "interesting" reservation (more nights, more rooms) we wil do an individual offer. We reply in average in 30 minutes.
Prices include breakfast, VAT and all taxes.