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Our History

Rezidence Ostrovní is a late classicist building in the centre of Prague built on romanesque foundations. Visitors can experience the history of the house in its underground part and especially in the Stone Hall.

Archaeological excavations have confirmed the house dates back to the 14th century. The romanesque period can be seen in the cellar of the house.

According to the earliest numbering of the houses in 1770, the house was number 152. In 1805 the whole of Prague was renumbered and the house, then called ,,U Komínků", was given the present number 222.

The architect Josef Turba rebuilt the building into its late classicist form in 1869. In 1868 the foundations of the National Theatre were laid just a few metres from the Rezidence Ostrovní.

In 2007-2009, the house was reconstructed. In the house you will find 10 fully equipped apartments, which provide guests with maximum comfort.

Our Team

At Rezidence Ostrovní, we believe that our dedicated team is our greatest asset. We are a small, but experienced and friendly group of people who are passionate about providing our guests with an exceptional experience.

We are committed to providing our guests with the highest level of service and attention to detail. We are always on hand to assist with any questions or requests, and we go above and beyond to ensure that our guests feel comfortable and welcome during their stay.

We are proud to be a part of the Rezidence Ostrovní team, and we look forward to welcoming you to our beautiful property.

Owner & Certificate of energy efficiency


Ostrovní 222/8
110 00 Praha 1


Registered in the commercial register maintained by the Municipal Court in Prague, section C, insert no. 50193

Telefon: + 420 257 409 200

IČO: 25107232

DIČ: CZ25107232

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