Wenceslas Square and 28. Rijna Street together with the Old Town Square are found in the centre of Prague and are all part of a beautiful historic group of buildings. It is here that an old Prague burger family started a famous Bohemian glass shop in a building that goes back as far as the first half of the 14th century.
This four story building, known as "The Golden Beehive" , went under a major reconstruction and is now a glorious luxury hotel and is one of the oldest buildings in Prague. It is originally from the second half of the 14th century. The house is decorated with original 15th century frescos by famous Czech painters, and has incredible rooftop views over the city centre. The hotel building itself dates back to 1458. At the end of the 1840s, it was completely remodelled and connected with the building in front, and is now a modern warm feeling hotel.
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