The Mozart today:
close to theaters, patron of the arts

Experience the magic of the past with the vibe of the present

The Mozart today

Pachtuv Palace, today The Mozart, has always been a bustling hub for musicians, painters, and artists.

Since the mid 18th century, Count Pachta hosted various classical concerts in the palace for his family and the nobles of Prague.

Mozart Courtyard - Celebration

Nowadays, The Mozart continues to promote tradition, fun and creativity with a series of art exhibitions, concerts, and fireplace talks with artists and art lovers. In our café, courtyards, and conference rooms, we regularly host a stimulating range of events bringing back the arts to Pachtuv Palace and the guests of The Mozart.

Do you enjoy the arts? Are you planning a trip to Prague?

Check our calendar of events and make use of free entry to concerts and art exhibitions! ***** some events are paid

Just a few steps to the National Theatre and Rudolfinum!

If you love music, The Mozart is your haven. We are right in between the beloved National Theater and Rudolfinum.

The National Theater

The National Theater Prague

The National Theater is more than a building; it is an institution. Crowd-funded to preserve Czech culture, the history and architecture are an astounding spectacle of Czech visual arts.

Book a ticket for a performance for a memorable evening during your stay (and don’t forget to dress smart) and discover the fiery history of the theatre.

The National Theater’s calendar is full of outstanding ballets, contemporary music, and popular operas. Operas have subtitles in English and Czech so you don’t get lost in the plot. 

The National Theater


Rudolfinum is home to the Czech Philharmonic. It is slightly smaller than the National Theater, but the acoustics are perfect, and the atmosphere is simply magical. The program is rich in soloists’ concerts, chamber music, and special seasonal performances.

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statni opera praha

The Mozart Hotel is just five minutes driving to the State Opera and the Estates Theater (Stavovské divadlo).

Did you know that the world premiere of Mozart’s Don Giovanni was performed at the Estates Theater in Prague? In 1787 Mozart himself directed one of his most famous operas in this theater – today the only theatre left standing where Mozart performed.

Don Giovanni is one of the most controversial and mature operas written by Mozart, where comedy is blended with melodrama and supernatural elements.

Shhhh… legend says that the character of Don Giovanni, the Commendatore, is drawn on Giacomo Casanova, the famous Italian explorer who is thought to have met Mozart at Pachtuv Palace!

The program of the Estates Theater includes many of Mozart’s operas such as Così fan tutte (All Women Do It), Die Zauberflote (The Magic Flute), and Le nozze di Figaro (Figaro’s Wedding), and many more!

The State Opera is another exciting institution where operas are performed almost every evening. Ideally located off Wenceslas square, and five minutes driving from The Mozart. Well-known artists execute operas of world-famous composers from Verdi through Wagner to Dvořák…The theater itself is charming: discover it yourself with your very own night at the opera.


The Mozart today

Book a room at The Mozart Hotel today. Contact our concierge to reserve your ticket in one of the many theaters close to us.


Compose your stay to suit your vibe, following in Mozart’s footsteps. Live like Mozart, in the very building he lived in for months unapologetically shaping the Prague around him. Mozart’s love of Prague is well-noted in personal letters, and our love of Mozart is noted through elements in this special suite.


At the heart of The Mozart hides our luxurious Presidential Suite, flaunting three bedrooms with private bathrooms, a spacious living room, a fully-equipped kitchen, and an office space in the intimate privacy of our Baroque Courtyard. Customized furniture, antiques, and works of art decorate the suite also accessible via a private entrance! The Presidential Suite pretty much guarantees an unforgettable and exciting stay in Prague. And, the radiant suite is also the perfect location for private events or product presentations!


A world traveler, bookworm, serial seducer, dodgy businessman, and jailed for an affront on common decency – it’s hard to imagine a better role-model for your stay in Prague. Follow in Casanova’s footsteps in a building frequented by the Italian explorer and enjoy our spacious bedroom with a romantic four-poster bed, an office space, and an alluring sitting room facing the Palace courtyard.


If you like Art Nouveau, you have to book The Mucha Suite! Lovers of both art and history will appreciate the accuracy and beauty of our tributes to the renowned Czech painter Mucha, famous for his paintings, graphic art, and illustrations. The Suite is spacious but has a tasteful and homely sitting room to relax after a long day spent walking the historic streets of Prague.


The room has high ceilings, original parquet floors and a balcony for private use. It is in the very center of the palace and has views on both courtyards. With 5 windows, this junior suite is filled with light and positive vibes.


Named in honor of the famous Hotel Lutetia in Paris, where tasteful opulence meets rare intimacy, the suite’s home-like feel is embellished by original furniture pieces from Hotel Lutetia acquired at an auction in France. Overlooking the Prague Castle and Charles Bridge, this charming space recalls the atmosphere of a Parisian apartment.


In The Mozart’s family suites, nobody sleeps on the couch. The suite’s generous space means every guest has a comfortable bed to sleep in and is the right pick for travelers who like to stick together but appreciate times of privacy.


These spacious suites have a breathtaking view of Charles Bridge and Prague Castle. Sipping on your hot morning beverage observing this one-of-a-kind panorama – unforgettable.


Where else in Prague will you wake up to this view? Facing the Vltava river, this room type offers simply the best views of the iconic Prague Castle and Charles Bridge, sure to make up memories to last you a lifetime.


Go back in time and experience real Baroque luxury, featuring original frescoes on the walls and ceiling dating back to the 18th century. What’s not to love, art lovers? Ahh, no air conditioning – but that’s to protect our rooms’ great historical value;)
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