Obecni dum


• wedding receptions for up to 500 people at Smetana hall

• smaller groups of people will prefer other lounges

• balcony with a view

• open bar available (unlimited consumption of house wine, beer and soft drinks)

• type of cuisine: international, czech

• rental fee required, depending on the function room


Considered by many to be the finest example of Art Nouveau architecture in Prague, this building is also a triumph of artistic collaboration. Constructed between 1905 and 1911 the house, which has been painstakingly restored to its former glory, was built to the designs of Osvald Polivka and Antonin Balsanekand raised on what was once the court of the Bohemian Royal family.

The interior, which includes a number of impressive works by the world famous Czech artist Alfons Mucha, is surpassed only by the building’s lavish entrance and exterior façade. Here, the central wrought iron gate and stained glass canopy are complimented by a truly delightful mosaic entitled ‘Homage to Prague’ which, in turn, is flanked on either side by sculptures depicting ‘Humiliation and Rebirth of the Czech Nation’.

Building is built around Prague’s biggest concert venue – Smetana Hall, thus providing a wonderful setting for the Prague Spring Festival as well as art exhibitions throughout the year.