Leonardo Hotel boutique in Prague is the result of a skilful renovation of an old post office building. The hotel's 82 spacious rooms have been furnished with unique antique pieces from Prague’s extensive art nouveau heritage. An open-air ambient courtyard is the pride of our luxury accommodation in Prague. This is the ideal spot to catch your breath and relax to the sounds of falling water from our Art Deco fountain in an oasis of peace in the centre of Prague.
Our famous rich buffet breakfast is served in the Platina cellar with its Romanesque vaulted arches. When weather permits, our guests can even enjoy breakfast in the fountain courtyard.
Platina Restaurant features vaulted arches and impressive renaissance ceiling paintings. Chef Jakub Vomáčka creates specialties with fresh ingredients that combine tradition and creativity.
Our luxury accommodation in Prague also offers full service meetings & events facilities, suitable for presentations, small-scale conferences, seminars, workshops, business meetings, parties and incentive trips. Our historical Platina Cellar basement is suitable for special occasions such as weddings, graduation parties or intimate dinners.
Hotel Leonardo has a unique location from where everything can be reached on foot.
Leonardo Hotel Boutique Prague Facilities & Services:
- Full service Prague 4 star hotel
- Rich buffet breakfast included
- High speed & WIFI internet access included
- Platina Restaurant & Bar featuring Renaissance ceilings
- Art Deco Fountain Courtyard providing outside seating
- Meeting rooms with natural light
- Magical events spaces with Old Prague feel
- Laundry and Dry cleaning services
- Room Service available
- Minibar in all rooms
- Business Centre and services
- Valet parking
History of Hotel Leonardo:
This 15th-century house at 27 Karolíny Světlé Street was known for centuries in Prague as the „U Kuchynků" tavern. The rear buildings are over 300 years old and the cellars probably date back to the Romanesque period. Up until 1950 it was used as a tavern and stables for horses by the then well-known hauliers Manina, Škorpa and Holan. The tavern, which had earlier been visited by the famous painter František Tichý, known for his circus and theatre pictures, was then nationalised. Later on the building also served as a Post office.