Pension Dientzenhofer is located right in the middle of the Mala Strana district in Prague, a more central location is almost inconceivable. This 400-year old historic building was the birthplace and residence of Krystof Dientzenhofer and his son Kylan Ignac Dientzenhofer, two Bavarian architects of the Baroque period. They are considered the most important architects in their time. Many of the buildings in Prague they designed still stand today.
Pension Dientzenhoferhas the perfect location and is close to idyllic Kampa Island. This little gem represents great value for money: well-appointed guest rooms, spacious bathrooms and a terrace overlooking the Vltava River. The ten double guest rooms and two suites are suitable for wheelchair users, which is not always the case in Prague.
The Guest Rooms
The decor of the rooms can best be defined as: at grandma’s. Watercolour paintings on the walls, dark wood furniture,c handeliers and floor rugs make Pension Dientzenhofer lovingly old-fashioned. Yet, this pension is equipped with 21st century modern bathrooms, satellite TV and free WiFi in public areas. The breakfast room is small and full of atmosphere with plants before the windows and tables laid with colourful tablecloths.