Hotel Kampa - Old Armoury, with tranquil atmosphere and surrounded by historic monuments of the Lesser Town, belongs to the most popular hotels in Prague. Throughout their stay, our guests are surrounded by replicas of medieval weapons and knight's armour in the restaurant, bringing them back in time to the days when the glory and the honour were in the first place.

The hotel has been recently renovated in 2015 and offers its guests comfort and relaxation. In spring 2020, all hotel rooms were equipped with new furniture and comfortable mattresses. The reception is connected to hotel rooms by elevator. The hotel is easily accessible by car and public transport. There is a parking area for guests adjacent to the hotel. The tram stop is just a few dozen meters away; the tram takes you directly to Prague Castle and the Old Town.

Hotel location

The hotel is located in the picturesque romantic streets of Prague's Lesser Town, close to the Kampa Park, Prague Castle, Charles Bridge, National Theatre, Rudolfinum (the seat of Czech Philharmonic Orchestra) and the Vltava River.

The Lesser Town and its neighbourhood offer numerous historical monuments and romantic walks on cobblestone streets, full of historic houses associated with various legends or with places where many famous Czech and foreign personalities lived.

From the Airport by public transport:
bus n. 119 to Nádraží Veleslavín stop, change for metro A - get off at Malostranská stop, change for tram n. 20, 22, 23 or 12 - get off at Újezd stop.

From the Main Railway Station:
tram no. 9 - get off at Újezd and walk for 3 minutes (with the option to call the hotel car to take your luggage).


Place Km Type of transport
car city transport walking
Václav Havel Airport Prague 15 km 20 min 30 min  
Train - Main Railway Station in Prague 5 km 15 min 30 min  
Bus - Bus Station Florenc 7 km 15 min 30 min  
Metro - Malostranská, line A - green 1 km 1 min 5 min 10 min
Tram - Újezd stop - No.  9, 12, 20, 22, 23  0,2 km     5 min
Petřín cableway 0,5 km 1 min   5 min

Tourist tips

Place Km Type of transport
car city transport walking
Prague Castle 1,5 km 10 min 15 min 30 min
Charles Bridge 1 km 3 min 5 min 10 min
Wenceslas Square 3 km 10 min 15 min 30 min
Church - Infant Child 1 km 2 min 5 min 10 min
Lesser Town Square - St. Nicholas Church 0,5 km 2 min 5 min 5 min

Cultural tips

Place Km Type of transport
car city transport walking
National Theatre 1 km 5 min 10 min 20 min
Laterna Magica 1 km 5 min 10 min 20 min
Hybernia Theatre 2,5 km 15 min 15 min 45 min

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The Kampa Hotel – Old Armoury stands in the immediate vicinity of Kampa park, divided from the park by an artificial millrun called Čertovka. The group of houses among which Čertovka flows is called Prague Venice. There are also huge mill wheels in the millrun.

Besides Lichtenstein Palace, there is also, for example, Sova’s Mill, which is used at present as the Kampa Museum, with a collection of 20th century fine art in the park. The entire park is freely accessible, with plenty of places to relax overlooking the Vltava river and the sights on the other bank.

At the edge of Kampa park, on Velkopřevorské square, there is the painted ‘Lennon Wall’, where every year on 8 November young people come to light candles on the anniversary of John Lennon’s tragic death to honour his memory.

From the other side of the hotel a 5 minute walk will take you to another beautiful park with Petřín lookout tower, to which you can be taken by a funicular. The views from Petřín tower are among the most attractive experiences that Prague has to offer. The views of Prague castle, Břevnov monastery, the romantic streets of historical Prague, and the mirror maze by the tower will leave you with an unforgettable memory.

You can make your visit to Kampa park and the historical centre of Prague even more interesting with a pleasant boat tour. From the boat, you will see not only the Charles Bridge – the oldest bridge over the river Vltava - but also the charming panorama of Prague Castle, the National Theatre, Straka’s Academy and the gigantic metronome on Letná hill. The boats moor on both river banks.

Due to the location, the whole of Prague’s historic centre, and also one of the most popular shopping centres, Nový Smíchov, are easily accessible from the hotel.

The central location of the hotel is ideal for the availability of important intersections of public and private transport. There are several public transport stops in the immediate vicinity of the hotel which can be used for more distant places, such as Prague ZOO.