Location and building
Located on the border of Prague 5 - Smíchov and Prague 1 - Malá Strana, Újezd street flanks Petřín - a well-known park on the hill which offers breath-taking views of Prague.
Malá Strana is a romantic old neighbourhood with picturesque buildings, crowded along twisting cobblestone lanes. As one of the original Prague districts, Malá Strana boasts some of the oldest and most classic buildings in the city. The entire area has been preserved in nearly its original state, giving it a genuine old-world charm and atmosphere. It is also one of the most laid-back residential districts, and is clustered with cafes and restaurants.
Smíchov, on the other hand, is a newly refurbished part of town. Once a busy industrial district, the area is now home to many new, modern buildings, and like neighbouring Malá Strana has its fair share of trendy restaurants, clubs and cafes. As an integral part of Prague, naturally Smíchov also has a wide variety of architecture spanning the centuries, from Neo-Renaissance to Neo-Gothic to Art Nouveau. The area has recently been revitalised with the completion of Zlatý Anděl - an ultra-modern office, shopping and entertainment complex.
This whole area benefits from very good public transport access to the city centre and all other parts of Prague.
The spectacular corner building Újezd 1 was built at the end of the 19th century and completely refurbished in 2002 with Italian sensitivity and nobility. Within the beautifully restored interior we have included all the modern technology necessary for your comfort, such as sound insulation, underground parking, videophones, broadband internet, satellite and an electronic security system. Our service includes a concierge, available twenty-four hours a day, providing assistance with anything our clients may require. Cleaning of the apartment and change of bed linen available once or twice per week on request.
There are one, two and three-bedroom apartments sized from 72, 135 and 143 square meters on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th floor, respectively. All have an open feel and spacious living rooms with kitchenette or separate kitchen. A well-designed layout separates leisure and sleeping areas. Most of the apartments have balconies. The master bathroom is marble, while the second has attractive mosaic tiles. The larger apartments have a laundry room, while built-in wardrobes are fitted in all of them. The one-bedroom apartments are fully furnished.
The vast attic space of the building hosts two air-conditioned penthouse apartments, one 250 square meters in size and the other 267 square meters. The living room of each has an incredible 10 meter cathedral ceiling and a spacious gallery, leading to a 33 square meter terrace with a breathtaking view of Petřín hill and the Hradčany district, which hosts Prague Castle. Both apartments have three or four bedrooms, open space galleries, separate kitchen, three bathrooms (made of marble and mosaic tiles), a laundry room, and walk-in and built-in closets. The lower levels of the apartments are skirted by long balconies on both sides of the roof, providing a beautiful view of the city and the Castle.