Is your dream being rocked to sleep on the rhythm of gentle waves without being seasick? Admiral Botel in Prague is your place! Feed the ducks and swans first thing in the morning and enjoy the rest of the day sightseeing in Prague. Staying in a floating hotel is affordable, comfortable and above all fun.
Admiral Botel: Nautical Feel
Admiral Botel is moored on the west bank of the Vltava River close to Palackeho Bridge. The botel has been one of Prague’s landmarks since 1971, privatized in 1993 and a family-run business. Thirty-five years of service showed some wear and tear, Admiral Botel was completed overhauled and now shines in all its glory. The reception area with leather seats, polished wood and brass knobs makes you feel as if you are on an ocean liner.
Admiral Botel: Guest Rooms
Narrow corridors lead to the guest rooms. The 82 double cabins are small but very comfortable, with a tiny en-suite bathroom, free WiFi and satellite television. Riverside cabins afford views of Vysehrad, Prague’s second castle, and the Emmaus monastery with its intertwined towers.
Botel Admiral: Restaurant
The restaurant of Admiral Botel is stylishly old-fashioned with wooden ceilings and paneling. Round tables decked out with fine table linen and napkins. The menu has a generous selection of typical Czech and international dishes. On a summer evening you sit on the outside terrace which offers an enchanting view of Prague Castle.
Admiral Botel: Extra
A buffet breakfast is included and a parking place for your car on the embankment in front of the botel is ialso ncluded in the room rates.