• wedding receptions for up to 250 people
• open bar available (unlimited consumption of house wine, beer and soft drinks)
• type of cuisine: upon wish (catering)
• rental fee is required – around 180.000 for half day (approx. 5.620 GBP / 7.500 EUR / 8.180 USD) per hour + 21% VAT
This fine neo-Renaissance building was constructed between 1876 and 1884 to the designs of Josef Schulz and Josef Zitek. Originally intended as a concert hall and art gallery, this building was used during the interwar years as the seat of the Czech Parliament.
Today, following restoration, building once again fulfils its original purpose, being widely acknowledged as Prague’s premier concert hall. Concerts are held in the Dvorak Hall as part of the Prague Spring Music Festival, while the venue is also the official home of the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra (who frequently perform works by the likes of Dvorak and Smetana).
This neo-renaissance building offers its prestigious space as an exclusive venue for events such as wedding receptions, gala dinners, buffets, and cocktails.