The Hotel Lunik is a pleasant hotel in Vinohrady
about a 10 minute walk from Prague center and has a rich and interesting
In 1924 the apartment block was bought by Mrs.
Marie Skrivanová and it was gradually converted into the
Hotel Skrivan on five floors.
During the Second World War ownership was transferred
to her son Adolf Skrivan.
In March 1948 the hotel was nationalized by
the Communist government and the state took over ownership. Adolf
Skrivan continued to live in the hotel with his family but as a
tenant, not the owner. In 1962 the Skrivan family were forced to
move out of the hotel. The hotel was owned by the state enterprise
Prague 2 Hotels and Restaurants. In 1967 it was renamed as the Hotel
In 1991 the Hotel Luník was returned
in the restitution to the original owner, Adolf Skrivan, who passed
it on to his daughter Milada Plzáková.
In 1991 - 1992 the hotel was completely reconstructed.
It was re-opened on 1st October 1992 and is run by a limited liability
company. At the request of the original owner the hotel did not
return to the name Skrivan and it continues to bear the name Luník.
The Lunik hotel is just a 5 minute walk from Wenceslas Square and
2 minutes from the Namesti Miru metro station. This traditional,
family hotel is situated in a quiet part of the historical center
The hotel offers 35 double rooms equipped with shower, WC, television,
radio, direct-dial telephone, and safe. Guests also have the option
to add an extra bed.
The hotel's reception desk and bureau de change is open 24 hours
Start you day off with breakfast at the hotel between 7 - 10 a.m.
Guests can also enjoy drinks at the bar.
For your convenience, the Lunik staff can help you obtain tickets
for cultural events and excursions or you can also use the services
of a guide, ordered in advance.
Room prices range from Euro 50 to Euro 120.