Admirál Botel was built in the Czech dockyard as the last one of three Prague boatels. In 1971, it was anchored at the left bank of the Vltava river between the Palackého and Railway bridges.
Admirál Botel invites you to the boat restaurant (80 seats) with a whole-day operation which is not only for the hotel guests but also for the general public. This in-style restaurant, with its fine smell of wood, decorated by brass and with round tables, reminds of the old times of old luxury steam boats. It offers to its guests a pleasant sitting with a wonderful view of the Vltava river and the Prague panorama, a wide assortment of meals from the Czech, as well as international cuisines, a large choice of drinks, brand wines and namely the Czech beer “Pilsner Urguel”.
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