Masarykova N°30, Brno, Center
Fully fitted kitchen
Linens & towels
This gorgeously renovated, air-conditioned Historicist corner building, just seconds from the Cathedral of St. Peter and St. Paul and the Vegetable Market square, is home to the Masarykova N°30 Boutique Residence (with only 12 apartments), complete with free Wi-Fi Internet, a brand new glass lift, serviced offices and much more. The building’s original architectural elements have been meticulously renovated including intricate decor on the exterior facade, the interior’s spiral staircase and interesting wall niches. The building houses 12 serviced apartments (named after fascinating minerals and stones: Amethyst, Citrine, Diamond, Graphite, Heliodor, Jasper, Moonstone, Neptunite, Onyx, Rhodonite, Sapphirine, Tiger’s Eye), all providing fantastic accommodation in the center of historic Brno. The next door building, a lovely architectural affair with attractive bay windows is part of the residence as well (the buildings are connected inside on the upper floors). In the immediate area you can find all services including pharmacies, shops, cafes & restaurants, nightlife and more. There is a tram stop just seconds from the building. Parking is available on Novobranská Street (approx. 4 minutes on foot).
Gateway to Historic Brno
The representative building, situated on the main street with a tram line, close to Brno hlavní nádraží (the main train station) acts as a gorgeous gateway to the historic core of Brno. The building is across from / close to several interesting buildings (one of which has three colorful, decorative roosters perched above, another being St. Mary Magdalene Church). The surrounding area is home to the Cathedral of St. Peter and St. Paul, perched atop Petrov Hill as well as the Capuchin Crypt (home to mummies of the Capuchin monks) and the bustling Vegetable Market square with a daily farmer’s market. It is of interest to note that you can visit The Labyrinth Under the Vegetable Market – a system of underground corridors / cellars that date back to the Middle Ages. Brno, with the second largest historic preservation zone in the Czech Republic, is also home to Špilberk Castle, one of the main sights and the Brno Ossuary, the second largest in Europe after the Paris Catacombs. The city is known for its architecture and it does not disappoint – from the Old World historic buildings in the center to the world famous Villa Tugendhat, Brno is simply awe-inspiring.
Apartment amenities include free Wi-Fi Internet, air-conditioning, alarm system, washer & dryer, satellite TV with Internet access and more. The price includes weekly cleaning, full linens and towels. The apartments have parquet flooring, renovated original casement windows, bathrooms with tile, glass mosaics or marble, and stylish, comfortable décor and furnishings.
We offer airport transfers from Václav Havel Airport Prague to the center of Brno and back.
Address: Kapucínské náměstí 15, Brno