Josef Loves

Prague’s gastronomy, nightlife, and shopping offerings have all but tripled in recent years – transforming the Czech capital into a destination visited not only for its historical splendor but as a city break par excellence. Located in a vibrant Prague quarter teeming with restaurants, cafés, galleries and performance spaces, Hotel Josef is a convenient starting point for exploring it all. The Josef Loves blog, updated regularly by our concierge team, reveals insider tips – from the best baristas to the hottest tables in town – exclusively for our guests.

Restaurants / 5 Minutes Walk / Central Prague

Sia Restaurant

The Asian menu of the Sia restaurant is based on traditional recipes and procedures, presented in a multi-level restaurant resembling an Asian market. The restaurant showcases several open kitchens and dishes are served when they are ready, in the middle of the table, making this a great place for lively lunches and dinners for adventurous patrons.


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Bars & Cafes / Central Prague

Café Savoy

Café Savoy restaurant and coffee bar evokes the atmosphere of the cafés of the First Czechoslovak Republic. Its remarkable interior is dominated by a Neo-Renaissance ceiling dating back to 1893. The restaurant is well-known for its substantial breakfasts and gourmet menu – including Czech snails or veal sweetbread. The restaurant’s own bakery offers fresh confectionery and baked goods on a daily basis.

Things to Do & See / Central Prague

Vltava River Embankments

Prague waterfronts (Náplavka) showcase another side of the city. Having come to life in recent years as epicenters of outdoor weekend markets, live music, houseboat bars and galleries and even urban beaches, the atmosphere along the Vltava is unbeatable for its authenticicty, people watching and local food and drink. There are five of them but the most popular is Rašín Embankment near the Palacký Bridge.

Fashion, Art & Design / Holešovice

Trafo Gallery

Private exhibition hall in a former slaughterhouse of the Holešovice street market, displaying outstanding artists from the 2006 Trafačka collective (Jan Kaláb, Jakub Nepraš, Michal Cimala and Blanka Čermáková) as well as a number of other artists connected to the local graffiti and street art scene. Today, the reborn Trafo Gallery puts on six exhibitions a year in cooperation with both local and international curators and artists.

Fashion, Art & Design / Bars & Cafes / Holešovice


Visitors wanting to tune into the Prague’s alternative arts and culture scene shouldn’t miss this dynamic multi-purpose venue. Vnitroblock houses, in industrial surrounds, the Signature store & café – a gallery space for young designers and a showroom for local and Central European fashion brands that doubles as a stylish coffeehouse – as well as a dance studio, mini-cinema and DIY space set aside for T-shirt design and other creative projects.

Fashion, Art & Design / Holešovice

DOX Gallery

A multifunctional space in a former factory building in one of Prague’s trendiest districts. DOX is more than just an exhibition space. Through its exhibitions and presentations of current international and Czech art, it tries to open hot topics for discussion, which is further developed by the accompanying programs, public events, film screenings, interactive workshops and events taking place in its main building and world-famous suspended Gulliver Airship.

Fashion, Art & Design / 5 Minutes Walk

Qubus Design Studio&Shop – Jakub Berdych

The first shop offering Czech design in Prague, here you will find items focused on glass and ceramic including pieces by renowned contemporary designers including Qubus founders Maxim Velčovský and Jakub Berdych. Known for its playful decorative items.