Hotel Evropa, also known as The Grand Hotel Evropa, or, The Grand Hotel Šroubek was erected in 1889 under the name "U Arcivévody Štěpána" (At The Archduke Stephan). Relatively shortly after, between 1903 and 1905, it was rebuilt in art noveau style under supervision of Bedřich Bendelmayer and Alois Dryák, the two renown architects of that time. The architects of such names as Bohumil Hübschman, Jan Letzel or Ladislav Šaloun participated on the design of beautiful interiors.Important place or monument close to the hotel: Situated a short walk to Historical Old Town, Wenceslaus Square, Shopping, Restaurants and other historical cities.The hotel has restaurant.Hotel Evropa offers accommodation in 90 rooms and two Louis XVI style apartments. You can choose from between the single to up to quadruple bed rooms, which are suitable for larger groups due to it´s attractive prices. Most rooms have private bathrooms. Some are kept in Louis XVI style, others have been renovated with more recent furnishing. A smaller part of the rooms - the so called "Economy class" has wash - basins only, with shared bathrooms & toilets - it is the cheapest accommodation in Vencelaus Square. The rooms belong to a two star category. They are not equipped with TV, A/C nor mini bars.