Hotel One Room - Unique Room In Prague's Iconic TV TowerOne Room  

Prague's Žižkov Television Tower is a unique example of high-tech architecture built in 1992. Its iconic but controversial design by Václav Aulický was further deepened by the appearance of "miminka," the crawling baby sculptures on its facade by the Czech artist David Černý in 2000.

However, recent years have seen a significant surge in the popularity of the Czech capital's most extraordinary building among the local population.

Type: Luxury   Tower
Zizkov TV Tower

The lookout tower stands 709 feet (216 meters) high, with the Hotel One Room at 230 feet (70 meters) altitude.

Prague TV Tower

The location is excellent if you plan to enjoy the authentic side of Prague, but the old town is a short walk away, too.

Zizkov TV Tower With Creepy Climbing Babies

Žižkov is said to have the most bars per capita of any city district in Europe, and knowing how good Czech beer is, this is excellent news!

Hotel One Room In Prague's TV Tower

As the name suggests, this hotel has a single room. But what a room this is!

Hotel One Room Lounge

The extra-wide windows run through the whole width of the living space, offering an unseen panorama of Prague.

Hotel One Room Minibar

Hotel One Room Suite Glass-Walled Bathroom

Hotel One Room Bathroom

Hotel One Room Bathroom Digital Mirror - TileVision TV

Hotel One Room Freestanding Bathtub

The glass-walled bathroom has a rainfall shower, a freestanding bathtub, and a digital mirror that turns into a TV with a click of a button.

Hotel One Room Bedroom

Hotel One Room Bedroom Prague Panorama

Hotel One Room Dining Table With View On Prague

Hotel One Room Prague Panorama

Oblaca Restaurant, Tower Park, Prague TV Tower

Oblaca Restaurant

If you get hungry, you won't need to go far. Take one of the elevators to the restaurant Oblaca, which has over 20 chefs and received prestigious awards.

Fine dining with Instagrammable meals and spectacular views is guaranteed.

Prague Panorama At Night With The Iconic Zizkov TV Tower

And then, if you want to enjoy the panorama even higher, there is the public observation deck at 305 feet (93 meters) altitude.

Mahlerovy Sady 1, Prague, 130 00, Czech Republic