The U Páva
is a 4 star rated hotel located in the district of Prague 01 approximately 700yds from the Prague city center.
Rates from just €75 per room per night.
Family-run Hotel U Páva, is located in historic, central Prague, several meters from Charles Bridge and Kampa Island.
It is a few minutes on foot from the castle and Old Town Square.
This charming historic hotel offers you rooms furnished with period furniture, original paintings and uniquely styled suites with superb views, all featuring free Wi-Fi and air-conditioning.
The daily, buffet breakfast is served in the cosy restaurant of the hotel. In the cellar there is a club bar with a seating area and a wide range of Czech wines.
There are many attractions near this hotel, the closest of which being the Franz Kafka Museum which is little more than an approximate 2 minute walk away. This attraction has received a 4 star rating from our reporters, making a visit highly recommended when in Prague.
Also within walking distance are the Charles Bridge (Karluv Most), Wallenstein Palace (Valdštejnský Palác), Nightlife: Blue Light and Nightlife: Lavka Bar & Club.
Below you can find a list with all attractions along with their distance from the U Páva and their price/star rating.
There are a choice of restaurants to visit within walking distance of the U Páva. Only 2 minutes away, you can find the Restaurace Černý orel which serves Czech cuisine. If you would prefer a different style of food, there are restaurants serving Famous and Historical (Restaurant Cerny Orel - Kampa), Mediterranean (Hergetova Cihelna), International (Kampa Park) and Seafood (Kampa Fish) food just a few minutes from your doorstep.
Nearby Public Transport
The lines Line A, Tram 1, Tram 12, Tram 17, Tram 18, Tram 20, Tram 22 and Tram 8 can all be accessed from stations within 500 meters of this hotel using the Malostranská and Staroměstská stations.
The quickest way to the city center (taken as Old Town Square) from the U Páva is by foot. It should take about 12 minutes.
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Franz Kafka Museum is dedicated to the life and works of this very famous Czech writer.
(Approximately 277yds away)
Charles Bridge was constructed in 1357 and spans the River Vltava, connecting the Old Town area with Mala Strana near Prague Castle.
(Approximately 302yds away)
Wallenstein Palace is a magnificent baroque style palace created by the Hapsburg military commander, Count Albrecht Wenzel von Wallenstein, in 1623.
(Approximately 328yds away)
Jazz bar in Mala Strana on the west side of the river
(Approximately 442yds away)
7 different bars located over a number of floors
(Approximately 477yds away)
Baroque Church on the Old Town Square
(Approximately 491yds away)
The largest club in the Czech Republic
(Approximately 492yds away)
Rudolfinum is the main classical music venue in Prague.
(Approximately 522yds away)
Huge dance club near Wenceslas Square
(Approximately 574yds away)
16th century palace in the grounds of the Prague Castle
(Approximately 575yds away)
The Church of Our Lady Victorious was build in 1613 for the German Lutherans and is the first Prague building constructed using baroque architecture.
(Approximately 580yds away)
Historical building today housing the Czech National Library
(Approximately 583yds away)
Showcases a range of traditional musical instruments
(Approximately 631yds away)
A tour giving an overview of the Prague Castle
(Approximately 631yds away)
St George’s Basilica is the oldest church building in the Prague Castle complex, dating back to 920 AD