Valdštejnské náměstí 8, PragueNew
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The luxurious 5 star boutique hotel Three Storks is located in the quiet environment of the Mala Strana (Lesser Town) under the magnificent Prague Castle.
The Hotel Three Storks is located at Valdštejnské náměstí, in the neighbourhood of the Valdštejn Palace.
The first mentions of the history of the house, also known as the Altmann House or the House at Three Storks, appeared in the 14th century. At this period, the building housed the first St. Thomas monastery brewery founded by the Augustinian order.
Only a large Gothic cellar has been preserved from this time until our age. The building underwent an expansive Renaissance reconstruction in the first half of the 17th century. At that time, the house got its name At Three Storks based on the house sign with a relief of three storks.
The current design of the facade originates from a Classicist reconstruction that took place in 1794 and 1820. This reconstruction connected the original house with neighbouring buildings and gave the house its current shape. From that time comes also the facade with the house sign made of a stone plate and the gateway.
The period of the 1930's marks the beginning of the history of the renowned restaurant Valdštejnská vinárna that carries the name of a famous Czech noble family and that has been popular amongst a number of famous people.
The name of the house 'At Three Storks' has a deeper meaning. Storks used to be considered the bearers of good news and house happiness. We firmly believe that your stay at this house will live up to the Latin qutation that used to be engraved above the house sign: Frustra mundus invidet, quando Deus providet. - 'The world envies in vain, when God takes care'.
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