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The Hilton Prague hotel is renowned for the quality of its catering and events. However, we can easily adapt to the venue of your choice, and even provide you with recommendations for the finest Prague event venues. Whether you would like the old world aristocratic ambiance of a château, or the most cutting-edge ultramodern venue, we can accommodate your desires.
This UNESCO world heritage site, Prague Castle, is the most significant Czech monument. It consists of palaces and buildings of various architectural styles. The Spanish Hall, the Rudolph Hall, the Rothmayer Hall, the New Gallery, the Ball Game Hall and the Riding Hall are all available for commercial use.
The Zofin Palace was build in the neo-renaissance style and serves as an important cultural and social centre. It is situated on Zofin island on the Vltava River, opposite the National Theatre. The island shores offer some of the most beautiful views of Prague and the Prague Castle. Zofin's multiple halls can be used for various purposes, including gala dinners and balls.
The Municipal House, a national cultural landmark, is one of the most significan art nouveau buildings in Prague, and is located in the very centre of the city. The building houses the large Smetana Hall as well as many adjacent smaller halls, each of them in a different architectural style.
The Troja Chateau and its French garden belong to one of the most significant buildings of the early baroque period in Central Europe. The Troja Chateau featuring French garden and Stables, is a unique venue for all types of social events, including outside garden parties and wedding ceremonies.
One of the finest examples of neo-renaissance buildings in Prague, the Rudolfinum is a famous concert hall, and home to the Prague Spring and Autumn Music Festivals. The Rudolfinum halls and lobby are a great choice for special receptions, concerts and social events.
The origins of the New Town Hall date back to the 14th century. Situated on Charles Square and featuring a high tower with a bell and a chapel, the New Town Hall is a national cultural heritage site. It is an excellent choice for any event, including wedding ceremonies. The New Town Hall is one of the 18 national cultural monuments in Prague.
The Stone Bell House is situated in the heart of Prague, right on the Old Town Square. With its origins dating back to the 13th century and its notable gothic frontage, the Stone Bell House is a stunning, unique venue for any social even, including wedding ceremonies. During summer months, the atrium is an ideal place for welcome drinks.
The Sacre Coeur chapel was build in 1884, and has undergone a complete reconstruction. Due to its unique interior and inimitable ambience, the premises of this chapel are sought after by a variety of organizations and events, and it is a cherished venue for wedding ceremonies.
The Industrial Palace, built in the art nouveau style in 1891, used to be main building of the Jubilee Exhibition and still is the centrepiece of many trade fairs and exhibitions. It consists of a central part with a 51-meter-high clock tower, and two wings. The Industrial Palace can be utilized for various purposes, including gala dinners, balls, fashion shows or concerts.
The Slavonic House is located in one of the most prestigious parts of Prague, Na Prikope. The baroque-art nouveau palace has arisen from two medieval houses, which have been rebuild and renovated throughout history. The Big and the small Ballrooms, gallery, and foyer are perfect for any type of social event.
Kaunicky Palace is situated in the area of Prague's New Town, in a cluster of small houses that has existed since the late 14th century. The renovated palace provides a unique setting for receptions, dinners, concerts and press conferences. It is also home to the famous Mucha Museum.
Ecotechnical Museum is located in the first sewege works of Prague. The building is one of the most important structures of Czech industrial architevture. The engine room features two stationary stream engines from 1903, preserved and in working condition, which can be demonstrated during your event.