Minimalist simplicity and no compromises on technology. The Shangri-La apartment's interiors feel compact and simple just like a work of art.
Under the surface, the smart home system lets you control everything from the lightning and heating to pulling the blinds. The kitchen is equipped with GAGGENAU appliances, the bathrooms run on TRESS Digital controls.
Prague has been called the city of hundred spires. Its thousand-year history has produced a city center with an unmatched mixture of Gothic, Baroque and Renaissance architecture. In 2021 the leading travel magazine Time Out ranked Prague the most beautiful city in the world.
Shangri-La apartment's upper deck terrace will give you – and your guests – front-row seats to this amazing spectacle.
The splendid Art Deco edifice was constructed in 1910s along with the other buildings in the area. At that time, new and exclusive blocks replaced the old Jewish quarter. The charming facade and foyer of the six-story building reveals that this house was built for the high-end market.
Previously, the attic of the Siroka 4 building was completely refurbished to reveal unparalleled views of the hundred-spire downtown of Prague. Shangri-La is a rare opportunity to enjoy the crème de la crème of the most beautiful city in the world.
Neighborhood & Safety
Prague is one of the safest cities in the world and Siroka St. is one of its safest streets. The building faces the premises of the Old Jewish Cemetery, which are guarded 24/7. There is a camera surveillance system on the street and the area is safe for walking at any hour of day or night.
As this is Prague's premier cultural district, you will find institutions such as the City Concert Hall Rudolfinum, Museum of Decorative Arts, all five Old Town synagogues, the National Library and the Municipal Library (which features a cinema).
Located around Shangri-La is a showcase of Prague's foodie scene. Besides the Italian Alforno Focacceria located right at the front entrance, you will be delighted to find another Italian beacon La Finestra in Cucina, La Veranda, Pastacaffé, and the beer spots Kolkovna and U Parlamentu. The metro station "Staromestska" (Old Town Station) is located around the corner.
This exquisite attic residence combines a bespoke collection of striking finishes with soaring ceiling heights, enchanting windows, vast room dimensions including four bedrooms, three bathrooms and a 360-degree upper deck and is the epitome of contemporary chic boutique living in the heart of Prague, the most beautiful city in the world, according to Time Out magazine.
With ceilings that soar to a height of 5.5 meters, this 3,060-square-foot, two story attic apartment features a blend of massive European oak and ash parquet flooring in the living room and bedrooms, combined with polished Jakarta Pink marble (cut from one giant block) in the kitchen and bathrooms. The property boasts three outdoor terraces. One of them, the upper deck, overlooks the largest UNESCO Cultural Heritage Area in the world with an unhindered and unrivaled 360-degree panoramic view.
The Art Deco building on Siroka St. was build in the 1910s as one of several luxury high-end blocks in the heart of Prague. The house faces the Pinkas Synagogue, the second-oldest in the city, and the world renowned Old Jewish Cemetery. The apartment is located between the Charles Bridge, the Old Town Square and Paris Street – the most luxurious street in Prague and a home to such renowned brands such as Prada, Versace, Cartier and Louis Vuitton.
Prague ranks among the world's safest capitals, and the immediate neighborhood of sacred Jewish history is of the greatest security with a surveillance system and 24/7 security service. Besides unmatched safety, the area provides plentiful cafés, bistros, chick restaurants and wellness as well as metro station right around the corner. The block is adjacent to the city concert hall, the National Library and the Faculty of Arts. Siroka St. is one of the most enchanting streets in the city and one can hardly live at a better address.