Hotel Antonie is a classical villa from the 1930s located on three acres of a formal wine estate called Stírka, north of the Old Town of Prague. The building is surrounded by a beautiful park and a rose garden which gives it an intimate and privacy feeling.
Hotel Antonie is easily accessible.
By car: the D1, D8 and D11 highway
Prague public transport: get off at the yellow (B) metro line station Palmovka or the red (C) line metro station Kobylisy, and take tram nr. 3 or 10 to the tram stop Okrouhlická which is only 150 meters far from the hotel
On foot: the hotel is at a walking distance from the red (C) metro station Kobylisy
Also, you can easily reach most of the Prague sights from our hotel, such as the Prague Castle, Troja Chateau, Prague Zoo, Prague Botanical Garden, Tipsport Arena, SaSaZu Club, Sea World Prague, Aquacenter Lagoon Letňany, Křižík‛s Fountain, Exhibition and Convention Center Incheba Prague-Holešovice or PVA Letňany Exhibition Center
You can use our hotel taxi. We have a car or a minibus for up to 8 passengers.
Antonie is furnished with antique furniture and paintings from the original Stírka family mansion.
The hotel features 10 elegant rooms and a suite, along with a separate lounge with comfortable sofas and flower arrangements. There’s also a dining room that we call the Golden Morning Room, and a colorful bar with a family touch. In both rooms you can sit down and enjoy refreshments. The hotel bar is open during the opening hours of our reception (11pm).
Last but not least, we offer you a concierge service, transfers and safe parking as part of the hotel services.
The hotel has been the property of the same family since its construction in 1936, and the current owners are the 22nd generation living on the land of the present-day hotel.
From the White Hill Battle up till Now
In 1984, the original historical farmhouse where the family had lived since 1620 was demolished. The history of the Stírka estate dates back to the reign of Charles IV. In those times, vineyards were planted along the local southern slopes and a vineyard estate was built here which served its purpose until 1953. The current building named Villa Antonie, where our hotel is nestled, was built by František Dědina, great-grandfather of the owners, for his daughter Antonie.
The Hotel History in Dates
1934 – a start was made on building Villa Antonie
1936 – the construction of Villa Antonie was completed
1945 – the villa was partly destroyed by the retreating German armies
1948 – Antonie was transformed into an apartment building
1975 – the vineyard around the villa was destroyed during the construction of today’s infrastructure of Prague
1984 – the construction of the local housing estate had a ruthless impact on the Stírka estate, destroying the last remains of it despite its cultural heritage status
1996 – the villa was transformed into a bed & breakfast called Stírka
2002 – the bed & breakfast was transformed into a hotel called Antonie
2008 – the second and third floor was refurbished
2014 – the first floor was refurbished