• type of ceremony – civil, church (protestant), symbolic
• available dates and time – on request
• wedding ceremonies take place at the Sundial garden, archades or inside at the Ballroom or St. Thomas Brewery
• capacity up to 80 in banquet hall, up to 60 in the garden, up to 50 in the brewery
• length of the ceremony is around 25 min
• civil ceremony is in Czech, translated into English (or any other language), church or symbolic ceremony in any language
Conveniently located in the picturesque heart of Prague, the Augustine Hotel Prague, the quintessence of Prague’s history, character and beauty is close to the majestic Prague Castle, the Wallenstein Garden, the famous Charles Bridge and within easy reach of the city’s many colourful tourist attractions.
For couples looking to celebrate the most important day of their lives, the Augustine Hotel Prague can provide a truly unique experience. The hotel complex, incorporating a functioning monastery, church of St. Thomas, lovingly restored frescoed chambers and courtyard cloisters ringed with greenery, blends a spiritual sense of place with the understated luxury.
Crucially, the Augustine Hotel Prague is able to offer to Czech and international wedding parties both privacy and flexibility. Housed within a single historic complex of interwoven buildings and gardens, the Augustine Hotel Prague can offer ceremonies at the garden, at the St. Thomas Church, a number of options for elegant garden cocktail receptions and ballroom functions for up to 160 dinners as well as unique cubist-design accommodation for the incoming wedding party.
Restaurant has 90 covers and overlooks a large courtyard with outside seating for use during the summer months. Guests have the choice of two bars; the Lichfield Cafe & Bar, located in the monastery’s former barrel-vaulted double-height refectory, and the St Thomas Brewery Bar, housed in the cellar of the former Monastery brewery building, and complete with seventeenth century stalactites and stalagmites. The St Thomas Brewery Bar has cubist inspired Vlastislav Hofman-designed chairs which are complemented by the angular bar.