Points of interest

There are interesting places in the neighbourhood of the hotel. Visit them and experience their uniqueness, whether it be an architectural jewel or a place to have fun or relax.

Vyšehrad Castle

The oldest seat of the rulers of Bohemia, the Vyšehrad castle ranks among the most interesting places tied to Czech history. The castle features a breathtaking view of the historic centre of Prague. The adjoining parks are ideally suited for relaxing far away from the bustle of the city. 90-minute guided castle tours with commentary are available all year long.
The castle offers the following:

Golf course in Hodkovičky

Only a few minutes away from the Michael Hotel, there is the Hodkovičky golf resort. You will find a 9-hole course here, as well as top quality training facilities and other interesting services to be appreciated by every golfer. The course on the bank of the Vltava River is 2750 metres long and as such it is not one of the longest, yet still it has the capacity to test the golfers of all categories. The range of water barriers, large modelled greens, high quality of the fairways and of the greens, and most of all, it is possible to play all year round...

Luxuriously equipped training facilities offer indoor driving with artificial lighting to allow for evening playing putting and pitching greens are a matter of fact.

Žluté lázně

The sports & relaxation centre Žluté lázně is a popular site of relaxation for Prague citizens of all ages. It is situated directly on the riverbank of the Vltava, featuring a beach with several bars, a dance room, courts for beach volleyball, football-tennis, a pétanque field, beach football in a cage, table tennis, boats, pedalos, dragon ships, a fitness club, giant chess and a well-maintained cross-country skiing track during winter.

Botanical Garden

The Botanical Garden of the Charles University's Faculty of Science covers an area of 3.5 ha. It consists of a greenhouse exhibition and an open-air exhibition. The greenhouses feature a permanent tropical and subtropical exposition (primarily cacti and succulents). Some of the exemplars were previously located in the 19th-century university garden in Smíchov.

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