Palác U Kunštátu

Apartment residence in the seat of the Czech king

Embark on a unique journey to Palác U Kunštátu, where the stories of medieval Prague blend seamlessly with contemporary life. This isn't just any residence; it's a place that resonates with the historical magnificence of the 15th century, having once been the home of the renowned Czech king, Jiří z Poděbrad.

In the middle of the 15th century, from 1450 to 1458, the Palace of Kunštát was more than just a magnificent building - it was the seat of King George of Poděbrady, who played a key role in the history of Czech Hussitism. As the "king of two peoples", Jiří of Poděbrady tried to reconcile the rival religious camps in the difficult times after the Hussite wars, when he strove for peaceful coexistence between the Caliphs and the Catholics. He even proposed the creation of a peaceful organisation of European Christian rulers, anticipating the idea of today's European Union by several centuries.

Its former seat, the Palace U Kunštátu, has undergone several architectural changes over the centuries, but it still occupies an important place in the bustling centre of Prague, on the excellent adrez. Surrounded by the timeless beauty of UNESCO-listed monuments, it offers guests an ideal starting point for exploring Prague's rich history and vibrant culture.


Palace U Kunštátu, where you will find our 3 Epoque Apartments, offers the opportunity to stay in a unique space where history is combined with pleasant comfort. All of our apartments are nicely designed to retain the charm of the past while incorporating modern conveniences. The thoughtful design of some apartments even includes preserved wooden Baroque ceilings. With fully equipped kitchens, elegant bathrooms and comfortable bedrooms, these apartments offer a downright royal experience for all travellers.

The name 3 Epoques Apartments was chosen deliberately. The Palace of Kunštát was built in the 12th century as part of a large court. Its more modern reconstruction in the 15th century, and thus its next epoch, is connected with the above mentioned Hussite King George of Poděbrady. And the palace entered its third epoch with new owners at the beginning of the 18th century, when it underwent a major reconstruction that added a new layer to its already rich heritage. It is this blend of older and newer architectural styles that gives the palace its unique character today.

The popular 3 Epoques Apartments promises travellers from all over the world stay, where history and the present are pleasantly blended every day. Discover the charm of modern comfort at the Palace U Kunštát, one of the best adrez in the heart of Prague.

Article author:

Kateřina Čmoková