Welcome in Cloister Inn Hotel

The Cloister Inn Hotel is located  in the heart of the Old Town, in a side lane almost free of traffic only an inch to the major tourist attractions.

3-min walk            National Theatre

7-min walk            Charles Bridge

5-min walk            Old Town Square

10-min walk          Jewish Quarter with Cemetery

5-min walk            Wenceslas Square

15-min by tram     Prague Castle

The building lies on the premises of a medieval convent and offers good-quality services and family atmosphere in a quiet location in Prague´s oldest historical quarter.

After a whole day of walking you definitely appreciate the immediacy of the Cloister Inn location and complimentary refreshing cup of coffee or tea in the lobby.


Embraced by historical sights, museums, theatres, restaurants and cafés you find yourself in a medieval monastery complex founded in the middle ages by the Jesuits, occupied by the Secret Police during the Communist regime and still inhabited by the Grey Sisters of St. Francis, with the baroque church of St. Bartholomew diligently renovated owing to the funds granted by H.R.H., The Prince of Wales.

In 1999 the building underwent a complete reconstruction and a new 3* hotel Cloister Inn opened its door to warmly welcome its first quests. Since then it became a synonym for a good, friendly and decently priced accommodation facility at Prague 1, while gaining many awards from British Airways Holidays and other mainly UK tour operators.

  •   1660  foundation of a catholic convent of St. Bartolomew 
  •   1851  the Order of Grey Sisters of St. Franciscus takes over 
  •   1950  brutal night invasion of the Communist Secret Police 
  •   1950 - 1989 absolute abuse of the site by the Secret Police 
  •   1990  the complex is restituted to the Sisters
  •   1999  the Cloister Inn hotel opens its doors to the customers

Its only few monuments in Prague having such a moved and agitated history. Definitely there is only one hotel among them - the Cloister Inn Hotel.