The Ludmila Apartment is a restored two bedroom attic apartment. From the painted ceiling of the foyer to the incredible views of Prague, this apartment is absolutely unique.
It includes all the amenities of home and is tastefully decorated with luxurious details. Click photo for slideshow.
The Ludmila is part of Residence Thunovska - a historic building just below the castle. The residence dates from 1527 and has a world of charming details.
The Ludmila has two bedrooms and sleeps 4 persons (and some families of five). The main bedroom has a fantastic perspecitve - a view of the castle and the 200 plus steps leading up to it. It's very unique indeed.
Here is the panoramic view from the kitchen. Who wouldn't want to wake up and have this with their coffee?
The apartment includes a fully equipped kitchen unit. Breakfast can be included in the price of the apartment. It's served in the cute Antique Cafe downstairs.
Nov - Mar: 99 eur
April - Oct: 129 eur
Residence Thunovska dates from 1527, so there is more here than just their nine apartments. You get a bit of history and lots of lovely details throughout the building.
The Ludmila Apartment is in a great location. Here's a list of what you will find in the immediate area:
Restaurants: There are countless restaurants near the apartment - too many to list :-) Malá Strana is home to many fine restaurants and traditional pubs.
Food Stores: There is a small grocery store just around the corner and up the hill a few metres. It has everything you'll need for shorter stays. There's a larger store near the foot of Charles Bridge. And, there's a large Tesco department and grocery store about 5 minutes away by tram.
Public Transport: The tram stops about 100m from the apartment at Malostranske namesti. Trams 12, 20 and 22 stop here. And, the Malostranska metro station is about 7 minutes away. It's part of the A line. Read more about public transit here.
Of course, there are other lesser known sights as well. These include places like Strahov Monastery, Wallenstein Garden, Vrtbovska Garden, the Loreta, the Infant Jesus of Prague and Kampa Island to name just a few.
Also, don't forget to visit Petřín Park and its wonderful views of Prague and Petřín Tower.