The Augustine Hotel
Located in the historic Malá Strana neighbourhood, the Augustine reflects Prague’s history, character and beauty.
The Augustine has been created from a complex of seven buildings, many of which have historical significance, including the 13th century Augustinian St Thomas’s Monastery, after which the hotel is named.
Tom’s Bar is located in what was the monastery’s vaulted double-height hall and features original baroque frescoes with outside seating in the cloister terrace during summer.
The Augustine offers four private rooms suitable for exclusive chamber weddings as well as a large 196sqm ballroom housed in a magnificent vaulted dining room, ideal for elegant weddings.
The hotel also has direct access to the neighbouring St. Thomas’s Church for the catholic wedding ceremonies and the stunning Wallenstein Gardens for the ultimate wedding cocktails, photo shoots and civil or symbolic ceremonies.
The Augustine is a great option for the beautiful wedding reception:
The Brewery bar is housed in the cellar, in the former St Thomas’s brewery building and features stalactites and stalagmites dating back to the seventeenth century.
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