Augustine Hotel, consists of 7 historic buildings, the most important being the 13th century Augustinian St. Thomas Monastery, after which the hotel is named. Several practicing monks still live in a separate part of the monastery. Exclusive tours of the Church’s magnificent 13th century private library are being provided upon request. Original features of vaulted ceilings, frescoes and wooden beams are complemented by Czech Cubist furnishings and papal-inspired colors of reds, purples and greens, giving each of the 101 rooms complete individuality and understated sophistication. There are three distinctly different room categories with a variety of desirable views across, to either Prague Castle, the tranquil, inner courtyard or landscaped gardens.
The four signature suites have been designed to incorporate the character of the spaces they inhabit. Original frescoes adorn the Fresco Suite, while the Tower Suite is located in the former astrological tower, affording it a 360° view over the city. Local Moser crystal glass decorations complement the design of the Moser Suite and an ancient stone fireplace dominates the spacious and sumptuous Presidential Suite.
Offering luxurious accommodation in the heart of Prague, the Augustine Hotel, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Prague is located next to the Wallenstein Gardens. Charles Bridge and Prague Castle can be reached within a 5-minute walk.
The hotel consists of 7 historic buildings, the most important being the 13th century Augustinian St. Thomas Monastery, after which the hotel is named. Several practising monks still live in a separate part of the monastery.
All spacious rooms and suites provide stunning views of Prague, the adjacent monastery church and the Prague Castle. Exclusive tours of the Church`s private library will be provided upon request.
Augustine Hotel’s spa features a hammam, sauna, steam room, relaxation area and a fully-equipped gym.
The Augustine Restaurant serves dishes prepared with seasonal ingredients, as well as the hotel’s own St. Thomas Beer and wide range of international wines. Guests can visit the Refectory 1887 Bar, as well as the St. Thomas Brewery set in the former monastery brewery building.