What We Love
- The peaceful location in the Lesser Town
- The summer terrace has views of the Prague Castle
- The selection of traditional Czech beers at the restaurant
What To Know
- It’s a good 20-minute walk to the Old Town, although the trams are easy to use
- LCD TVs have free Pay-TV movies in the bedrooms
- You can arrange day trips within the Czech Republic or even to cities in neighboring countries with Miroslav Beránek, the hotel’s driver
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
In keeping with its historic surroundings of Prague’s Lesser Town, Hotel Julian is traditional in style. Dotted with antique cabinets, gilt-framed portraits and maps, its flagstone floors lead to an ‘English style’ library complete with stuffed armchairs and a fireplace. Each of the 33 rooms and suites err on the more minimal side with simple furnishings and a warm color palette. En-suite bathrooms are clean and white and deluxe double rooms have corner baths. The basement restaurant dishes up both Czech and international cuisine and in the summer months you can dine al fresco looking out over Prague Castle.
How to Get There
We are extremely delighted with Hotel Julian. Petra gave to us a great reception, she was really kind, helpful and lovely.
We are also very grateful for Radka who was extremely lovely, kind, patient and gave us the best choice of rooms. I really recommend you book directly with her.
We loved our room and the surprise was left there.
Breakfast was very good, cold and hot options and everything fresh.
We also eat at restaurant and the food was amazing, I recommend you eat at least once at the restaurant.
We are sure we made the best choice to spend our anniversary here. And I am sure it will be unforgettable.
So here is my compliment for the best hotel.
Thank you very much.
Mr and Mrs Thomas.
What makes Hotel Julian perfect is not the well-appointed room, or the attention to detail, or the cozy, welcoming atmosphere. Those things are all great, but what makes Hotel Julian perfect is the people who work there. It’s a family feeling and it’s the thing you rarely find in European hotels: customer service and kindness. I’ve stayed in countless hotels in my career, and this one is among the most memorable. Cynthia and I wouldn’t stay anywhere else in Prague and neither should you.
We stayed for 4 nights from the 5th to 9th August. The hotel was clean and comfortable. The staff were helpful. The breakfast was very good, a hot and cold buffet. The hotel is approximately a 15 minute walk from Charles Bridge so a little off the main tourist area, which was good as it was a little quieter.