The general idea behind the accommodation options provided below is to offer basic options for accommodation in two places located not far from each other - so that people can get together in the evening in the surrounding districts of Prague (Dejvice, Holešovice, Letná) which have a more local feeling. These districts are not swamped with tourists, are free of tourist traps, and have a lot of cafes, restaurants and beer places (see the general information section for some ideas on where to eat and drink in these districts).
Both accommodation options offer fast and easy public transport access both from the airport and to
the conference venue in the city center (72hour ticket for all means of public transport in Prague
costs cca 12euro, 24 hour ticket costs cca 5euro. The tickets can be bought already at the airport and
used for the route to the hotel, for more information see the general information section).
Hotel Vienna House Diplomat Prague
The Vienna House Diplomat Prague is a well-known four star Prague Hotel located in Dejvice, close to the historic center. The hotel offers air-conditioned rooms & suites, restaurant, hotel bar, spa and wellness. We blocked 120 rooms till the end of March 2022 with a guaranteed fixed discounted price for the conference participants. (The link for the discounted price is below). The price is not guaranteed after the end of March (but might stay the same. Depending on the situation, we will still block some rooms for people that will not have reserved their rooms by then).
The website of the hotel: https://www.viennahouse.com/en/diplomat-prague/the-hotel/overview.html
All the rooms in the hotel are double rooms:
Single person in a double room 1,950 CZK (cca 75 EU) per night
Two persons in a double room 2,210 CZK (cca 85 EU) per night
click on the link below to book a room for a discounted price:
The villa is situated in a large garden in the Bubeneč district of west part of Prague. Its grounds are along the former main road used to reach Stromovka Park.
Villa Lanna was projected in 1868 and built until 1872 by Czech industrial entrepreneur and world-famous art collector Adalbert (Vojtěch) Lanna Junior (1836-1909) to be a summer residence for his family. It was designed probably by Vojtěch Ignác Ullmann in an early Neo-Renaissance style inspired by Italian Palladian models of villa suburbana, designed at the same period by Gottfried Semper in Dresden. It belonges to the best examples of such villas in the Middle Europe
At present, villa belongs to the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic and offers accommodation to its conference quests. The villa is available for the quests of the Hume Society Conference from Sunday 3 July, 2022.
There are 7 rooms on the 1st floor of Villa Lanna; bathrooms are shared
by two rooms. In the year of 2000, the accommodation capacity was
extended by 17 rooms with the addition of two separate buildings in the garden of the villa. The rooms in the garden offer simple accommodation and have private bathrooms. A barrier-free room is also
available. All rooms are equipped with a satellite TV, a refrigerator, a
telephone and a wi-fi or cable connection.
For reservation write an e-mail to email@example.com or call +420 224 321 278 , state that you are a participant of the Hume conference, your name, dates of your stay and whether you prefer to stay in a room in the historical building of the villa (if available) or in the new rooms of the garden building.