Welcome to hotel Popelka
Welcome to hotel Popelka
Accomodation in comfort rooms
Accomodation in comfort rooms
Summer Terrase
Summer Terrase
Nice view from each room
Nice view from each room
Welcome to Prague
Welcome to Prague

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The pleasant, efficient and modern four-star Hotel Popelka is situated in a quiet and green area of Prague 5 on Na Popelce Street.



Na Popelce 215/12

150 00 Prague 5

Czech Republic


Hotel Popelka is an ideal starting point for a variety of activities, reflected in its easy accessibility.


Public transportation

The “U Zvonu” tram stop is 200 m from the hotel (about 5 minutes).

The Anděl metro station is only 10 minutes away.



If you are arriving by car, you can enter the coordinates below into your navigation system, which will lead you to our door.

(50°4’8.351″N, 14°23’6.36″E)

The hotel offers its own private, enclosed parking lot, available to guests free of charge.



If you are arriving at the Hlavní Nádraží train station, simply take tram no. 9, which will take you to the “U Zvonu” tram stop. You can also take the metro to I.P. Pavlova, from where you can take trams nos. 10 or 16, which will take you to the stop by the hotel.

If you like we will happily arrange taxi service for you, which will bring you directly to our door. The price is CZK 500. If interested, please do not hesitate to contact our reception desk.



Bus no. 100 will take you from the airport to Zličín, where you can take metro line B to Anděl and then board the tram for stop “U Zvonu”.

We can also arrange transport for you from the airport to the hotel for a special price:




Hotel Popelka is situated in a quiet and green area of Prague 5 near the Nový Smíchov five-star shopping and entertainment complex, and just a few minutes from the historic centre of Prague. The hotel is surrounded by parks, such as Bertramka with its Mozart Museum, Hus orchards, and nearby Ladronka, which is ideal for sports. Golfers will appreciate the beautiful golf course a mere five minutes from the hotel. Other nearby points of interest include the Strahov Stadium, the largest stadium in the world.






Bertramka is an estate located in the Smíchov district of Prague. The original structure was an old wooden vineyard house. In the 17th century, a new marlstone estate was built in its place, named after František of Bertram, who was its third owner. He obtained the residence in an auction in 1743. He later remodelled the estate as a summer resort in the style of a country villa. In 1784, the estate was purchased by opera singer Josefína Dušková and her husband František Xaver Dušek. In 1787 and 1791, Mozart stayed at the residence as their guest, where he put the finishing touches on his opera Don Giovanni for its Prague premiere.


The main structure of the grounds of the estate is a residential building, with the front façade facing the courtyard. The main visible features of this structure are the projecting platform staircase and loggia. The southern narrow face of the building opens into the spaces of the ascending garden. Across from this is the barn with its three-story grange. The thick-walled ground-floor section of the former wine press stands next to the house. The building now functions as memorials to Mozart and the Dušeks with a permanent exhibition. The entire complex was renovated in 1956 on the occasion of the 200th anniversary of Mozart’s birth. Other repairs were made in 1986 and 1987. The estate, which has been protected as a cultural landmark since 1964, can be found at Mozart Street, no. 2.





The expansive grassy plains overlooked by the former estate bordering Břevnov, Vypich and Motol have become a sought-after place for visitors of all ages, with its seemingly endless possibilities for spending leisure time.


Following a comprehensive renewal of the complex, which included primarily the reconstruction of the trails, revitalisation of the landscaping, and renewal of the decaying structure itself, Ladronka has become a place that young and old alike can enjoy undisturbed, year round.


The reconditioned trails offer comfort not only for pedestrians and parents with prams, but to in-line skaters in particular, for whom these roads are one of the few places in Prague where they can enjoy their hobby. Of course there is also room for cyclists as well, and children can enjoy rides on scooters or tricycles.


Moments of respite can be found on the numerous park benches along each trail, as well as at the Ladronka restaurant with indoor and outdoor seating and a new children’s play area. In addition, every Sunday, the estate organises a theatre production for small children at 4:00 p.m.


The restaurant also houses a bowling alley, though its best to reserve it ahead of time. The complex also provides bike and in-line skate rental, along with other necessary accessories, as well as petanque and badminton. They also offer in-line skating instruction. Opening hours are dictated primarily by the weather, but typically, before holidays it is open from 2:00 p.m. to about 8:00 p.m., and over the holidays from 10:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Tennis courts, playgrounds for older children, and an asphalt basketball court can be found in the rear area of the complex, almost by Spiritka. In the winter, the complex is ideal for cross-country skiing.


Every year, there are numerous cultural and musical events at Landronka, be it Beltaine burning of the witches, or an autumn festival of leisure time.


This year, a new kilometre-long loop of track connected to existing tracks for pedestrians, cyclists and skaters will open. Skaters and pedestrians will also be able to use the underpass under pod Kukulkou Street to Vypich on the opposite side, where construction of a new shopping/cultural centre is on-going.


In the near future, the entire development will be connected with the Hvězda Centre across the street on the one side and with Petřín on the other side so that visitors can walk the entire circuit without having to cross any streets.




Located along busy Vrchlického Street on the northern slope of the Košířský Hills the orchards have an area of 3.4 hectares. The level plain of the orchards boasts a children’s playground with a number of jungle gyms and sandboxes. The roads that criss-cross the hill are reinforced with wooden beams that support the soil and allow visitors to walk among the thick greenery of the trees and shrubs. Additionally, a monument designed by architect Alois Wachsmann and erected in 1927 stands in the centre of the orchard. The bust of Jan Hus was sculpted by Karel Pokorný.




The Strahov Monastery is the oldest Czech Premonstratensian monastery. It was founded in 1143 and is one of the most significant architectural landmarks in the country. The monastery was renovated in 1990 and houses the memorial of the national literature, the famous Strahov library and a gallery.





We will gladly arrange these tours for you:



  • Prague Castle
  • Lunch and dinner tours of the Vltava River
  • Jewish Quarter
  • Zoo
  • Botanical gardens


Outside of Prague

  • Karlštejn
  • Kutná Hora
  • Plzen
  • Český Krumlov
  • Konopiště
  • Terezín


We also offer tickets for concerts, theatre, films and more.


  • National Theatre
  • National Opera
  • Black Light Theatre

Book taxi from the airport

Objednejte si taxi Special price: 600,-Kč
In case of interest dont hesitate to contact us:
+420 251 115 000



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