Boccaccio ballroom is a breathtaking beauty and a masterpiece of artificial marble, gold and crystal glass.
Boccaccio ballroom is placed in luxury, five stars hotel Grand Hotel Bohemia. Built in 1927, the hall immediately became one of the favorite places for Prague´s high society´s events. "Soireés dansantes" were held here with participation of many famous people, like Jan Masaryk, a Minister for Foreign Affairs, or then US ambassador to the Czech republic and many others.
Boccaccio ballroom of Grand Hotel Bohemia is located in the very heart of the Old Town quarter in the centre of Prague. The ballroom was given its name according to Giovanni Boccaccio and his Decameron and it is built in Neo-Baroque architectural style.
You can admire the original parquet floor made of wooden cassettes, where each cassette consists of 9 different types of oriental wood or fragile and glittering beauty of the central chandelier, which was made out of 4000 hand-made pieces. The Boccaccio ballroom of Grand Hotel Bohemia remains one of the most interesting historical ballrooms in Prague and provides an excellent setting for musical and dining event of the top quality.
Walking distance from Prague Ticket Office - Via Musica shop on Old Town Square:
Accessibility by public transport:
metro B (yellow line) - Namesti Republiky stop
Nearest car parking:
Parking of shopping mall Kotva or Palladium on Namesti Republiky