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Situated in the business district of Smichov, across the street from Nový Smíchov shopping centre, the hotel is ideally located for your exploration of the Czech capital. All its sights and attractions are in walking distance or easy accessible by metro or tram. The city of 100 spires is also called the Venice of the East. See for yourself which of those descriptions suits the Czech capital best.

  • Natural touch in Prague

    An oasis in the city, just 30 minutes from Wenceslas Square. Cooling water flows in this little nature preserve – complete with water meanders, rocks hills or even natural swimming pool. When the temperatures rise, young and old head for Divoká Šárka.


    The Charles Bridge is the most famous bridge in Prague. It spans the Vltava River and ranks among the oldest stone bridges in Europe. Open only to pedestrians, the bridge connects the two city districts of Malá Strana and Staré Mesto. Experience the lively bustle of street musicians, combined with art and souvenir stands. Join the team for a morning run and experience Prague at sunrise.


    The ideal starting point for various sights and attractions is the Old Town Square. This central location, surrounded by buildings with picturesque facades, is a lively place by day and by night, and its cafés offer a vantage point for watching the world go by. Here you will also find the Old Town Hall with its world famous Astronomical Clock, the Týn Church and the House at the Stone Bell.


    The Castle district is until today the seat of the Czech president. Saint Vitus Cathedral together with the Castle Palaces represent together with the Golden Lane one of the most visited tourist attractions in the world. The view of The Golden City from Prague Castle will always be one of your most favorite memories. 


    Czech beer can be considered as one of the most important national pride. Countless breweries and restaurants featuring Bohemian cuisine invite to indulge into this culinary heaven. To better digest: try Becherovka. This liquer has proven to be a life-saviour in many cases.


    Prague is a walking city. Please bring very comfortable shoes, because many streets in the historical centre are still cobble stone. You don’t need to run with the team to get active, but you can also rent paddle or rowing boats at Císařská louka. It's an experience you'll never forget.


The Czech capital is where tradition meets modernity. Located on the left side of the river Vltava, in the modern quarter of 'Andel', andel's by Vienna House Prague is situated in Prague's bustling 5th district. Getting here couldn't be easier, thanks to the hotel's close proximity to bus and tram stops and 'Andel' metro station. One of the best shopping centres in the city, with over 130 shops and restaurants, is equally close by.

By train

  • From the main railway station:
    The easiest way to reach the hotel is to take the tram from the stop directly in front of the station. Take tram no. 9 towards Sídliště Řepy and get off at Anděl.

    (Journey time: approx. 20 mins. Fare: approx. EUR 2*)

  • From Holešovice train station:
    Take the metro (Line C) to Florenc. Then take Line B to Anděl (5 stops).

    (Journey time: approx. 20 mins. Fare: approx. EUR 2*)

Plan your journey.

*Price quoted is for guidance only.

By air

  • From Václav Havel Airport Prague:
    From directly in front of Terminals 1 and 2, take bus no. 191 to Anděl.

    (Journey time: approx. 50 mins. Fare: approx. EUR 2*)

Plan your journey by plane.

*Price quoted is for guidance only.

By car

  • From Václav Havel Airport Prague:
    Head towards Pilsen/R1 until you reach exit 26 (Pražský okruh) and then head straight on along Karlovarská, Bělohorská and Patočkova streets. Bear left onto Pražský okruh and take the Strahov tunnel. Continue on Plzeňská and after 400 m turn right onto Radlická. After 250 m turn left onto Ostrovského. At the first crossroads turn left onto Stroupežnického. The hotel is straight ahead on the left.

  • From Nuremberg/Pilsen:
    Take the D5 highway for 151 km, then turn left onto Bucharova. After 1.3 km you'll reach Radlická. After 4.4 km bear left so that you stay on Radlická. After 700 m turn left onto Ostrovského. At the first crossroads turn left onto Stroupežnického. The hotel is straight ahead on the left.

  • From Vienna/Brno:
    Take highway D1 towards Prague. At exit 5. Května take the Jižní spojka expressway. After 5.7 km you'll come to Barrandov bridge and after another 3.9 km take the Smíchov/Radlice exit. Continue along Radlická. After 700 m turn left onto Ostrovského. At the first crossroads turn left onto Stroupežnického. The hotel is straight ahead on the left.

  • From Berlin/Dresden:
    Take highway D8 towards Prague. Exit at Nová Povltavská street and follow signage to Pilsen. Exit the tunnel system at exit Smíchov and keep right. At the 3rd traffic light turn right into Radlická street. Take the left lane and turn left into Ostrovského street. At the next traffic light turn left again into Stroupežnického street. The hotel is straight ahead on the left. 


The hotel has over 50 parking spaces in its underground car park. Approx. EUR 28 per day.

Via personal transfer

For a stress-free journey to or from the hotel, ask the staff to organise a personal transfer for you.


andel's by Vienna House Prague
Stroupeznickeho 21, 15000 Prague, Czech Republic +420 296 889 688



  • 'Andel' metro station and bus stop: 100 m
  • Nový Smíchov shopping centre: 100 m
  • National Theatre: 3 km
  • Wenceslas Square: 4.5 km
  • Prague Castle: 4.5 km
  • Congress centre: 5 km
  • Main railway station: 5 km
  • Holešovice railway station: 7.5 km
  • Václav Havel Airport Prague: 12.5 km
  • Nearest major cities: Pilsen (90 km), Brno (210 km)


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