Welcome to Hotel Schwaiger

About us

Hotel Schwaiger is a 4-star boutique hotel that offers comfortable accommodation for the convenience of those visiting Prague; be it for business or for pleasure. The rooms and their interiors are decorated with a taste of the 1920's (First Czechoslovak Republic) and are designed to satisfy even the most exacting of guests. However, the real treasure of our hotel is a charming garden with outdoor restaurant’s patio.

Our restaurant V Zahradě offers an excellent selection of traditional meals presented in modern style. Our Chef Radek Ryška uses ingredients sourced from local farms and is capable of creating a memorable gourmet experience. The restaurant can be used for business meetings, family events or garden parties.

Hotel Schwaiger is proud to have re-opened its doors after complete reconstruction in 2017.

Location

Hotel is located in Bubeneč district, Prague 6, is considered one of the friendliest and most calm neighbourhoods in Prague and is characterized by large residences with gardens. The hotel is in the immediate vicinity of Stromovka and Letenské Sady natural parks which create great opportunities not only for quiet walks but also for active relaxation. Troja Chateau and the famous Prague ZOO can be reached by foot through Stromovka and along the Vltava River. Historical sights of Prague such as the Prague Castle and the Charles Bridge are within 30 minutes' walk of the hotel, or you can avail of public transport. The closest bus stop is “Sibiřské náměstí” or subway and tram station “Hradčanská”.

Stromovka park 2 min
Prague ZOO 30 min
Charles Bridge 35 min
Prague Castle 30 min
Bus stop “Sibiřské náměstí” 2 min
Subway and tram stop “Hradčanská” 10 min

History

Residential house was built on the old foundations in 1840-1841 by František Roubíček and rebuilt to its present form in the years 1882-1896 with the name Villa Klára. Since 1921 it is a registered Czech Republic cultural heritage site as Villa Schwaiger. In 2016 the Villa has been completely reconstructed and is proud to have re-opened its doors in 2017 as Hotel Schwaiger.

Hanuš Schwaiger (1854 – 1912), was educated in the “Arts” in Vienna and Salzburg, and lived with his family in the villa from 1897 to 1912. Here he found the serenity to create his art, and he has hosted many famous people such as Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk.