Located just a few metres from one of Prague's most visited landmarks, The Mozart Prague pampers its guests in the luxurious surroundings of an 18th century Baroque palace. One of the rooms of the grand residence has witnessed the "imprisonment" of none other than Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
If you decide to spend your holiday in Prague at this hotel, you will be able to enjoy luxury and relaxation in the very heart of the metropolis. The Mozart Hotel is located in the heart of the Old Town, just a few steps from the Charles Bridge and the iconic Old Town Square. The ideally situated luxury palace benefits from a unique panorama embracing the Vltava River and Charles Bridge in front of Prague Castle.

The heart of the building and its oldest part is the Pachtuv Palace and its 2 Baroque inner courtyards with our bar in the former chapel from 1775. The Mozart Prague offers an exceptional outdoor space for lunch and dinner with 2 restaurants where you can relax with a drink - an enclosed and secluded environment for your children and your pets who are welcome, as well as a relaxing space for cigar smokers.

The hotel not only provides 24-hour room service, but also some nice extras - like the option to have a picnic basket full of goodies prepared so you can take it for a stroll in one of the nearby parks, like the fabulous Kampa.

And what about Mozart's imprisonment? Count Jan Pachta, who owned this residence in the centre of Prague, was a great lover of music, so he often invited composers to his palace, and one of them was Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Once, as a joke, Jan Pachta "trapped" him in one of the rooms with only paper, quill and ink to encourage Mozart to keep his word and compose several short pieces of music for Pachta's orchestra. After some time, the composer managed to keep his promise and dedicated six short dance pieces - now known as the German Dances K509 - to his host. One of the hotel suites was named after Amadeus. If you want to stay in a room where this musical maestro stayed, book the Mozart Suite. However, it was not only Mozart who resided at The Mozart property, but also other important guests such as Richard Wagner, Josef Myslivecek, Alfons Mucha and the great adventurer Giacomo Casanova.


The Mozart Prague, Karoliny Světlé 34
110 00 Prague 1