Pure White Prague
Why We Love This Hotel
- Reasonably priced boutique hotel that was renovated in 2011
- Quiet, stylish location near the Botanical Gardens
- Free Wi-Fi in the bedrooms
The 4-star Pure White Hotel in Prague is in the quiet but stylish Vinohrady area, known for its Art Nouveau and Neo-Gothic architecture. The name means "vineyards" and this was where the Czech king planted his vines in the 14th century. Today, it has numerous cafés, restaurants and parks to explore, including the city’s Botanical Gardens.
Old Town is a 20-minute walk from the hotel, but the New Town and Wenceslas Square are closer. The I.P. Pavlova metro stop is less than five minutes' walk away and there are tram links nearby.
The property was renovated in 2011 and unsurprisingly its décor is predominately comprised of different shades of white, with accents of chocolate brown and green. The end result is a smart, modern finish, with silver bed frames in the bedrooms and sleek bathrooms. Some bathrooms are set in a transparent glass box in the bedroom. Ask for a more traditional set up if this is a concern.
There is no restaurant on site but a good breakfast spread is served in the morning, and there is a cosy underground bar beneath an arched ceiling for drinks in the evening. There is no shortage of good options for dinner nearby and the staff will be happy to offer their recommendations.