Where Art Nouveau meets modern design
The Art Nouveau Hunger Wall Residence is over a hundred years old, it has undergone
sensitive reconstruction and offers eighteen stylish, cosy and well-equipped apartments
forrental to demanding clients. Each of the fully-serviced apartments
boasts a different design style.
Relax close to the centre of Prague
The Hunger Wall Residence is located on the western bank of the Vltava River in one of the
most romantic areas of Prague – Lesser Quarter.
It’s situated in a quiet street near the Charles Bridge, Prague Castle and the Old Town. The much sought-after parks of Kampa and Petřín are in the immediate vicinity of the Residence, and the Anděl City and Nový Smíchov shopping centres are also close-by.
The Hunger Wall, which our residence is named after, was part of the historic fortifications of Prague Castle and Lesser Quarter. It was built between 1360 and 1362 by order of Charles IV. It was called Hunger because of the famine that broke out in 1361. But it drove hunger away. Working on its construction provided a livelihood for the city’spoor. You can admire part of the stone wall directly in the courtyard.