The former Bohemia restaurant has regained its shine after an extensive reconstruction. It will offer unique facilities for events, cultural and social meetings.
The former Bohemia restaurant at the Prague Exhibition Grounds has undergone a complete and very demanding reconstruction with regard to preserving its historical character.
The building of the former Pilsen restaurant from 1891 now opens its doors to the public, and it will serve for various purposes such as conferences, exhibitions, fashion shows, chamber music concerts, and other cultural events and social or business meetings.
The Bohemia building was originally built as a restaurant for the Jubilee Exhibition in 1891, making it one of the oldest buildings at the Exhibition Grounds.
The total budget for the reconstruction works amounted to CZK 87.7 million.
The building offers a spacious ground floor hall for social and cultural events, fashion shows, chambre music concerts, vernissages, press conferences, and other events of various focus. Future visitors can also use two lounges on the upper floor for business meetings, private meetings or presentations of products and services.
There is also a kitchen equipped with top technology and facilities for the most demanding catering services, with another smaller professional kitchen also located on the upper floor, for cases all spaces in the building are used at the same time. Complete technical background, including sound system, is a matter of course. The capacity of the building is 164 persons.
The Bohemia building offers:
- main hall: 157 m2 / capacity 80 persons
- bar: 54 m2 / capacity 28 persons
- two lounges: 48 m2 / 28 persons
- terraces: 1274 m2
- built-up area: 703 m2
- audio/video technology
- exterior staircase from Stromovka
- summer barrier-free entrances from terraces
- finishing kitchen, gastro preparation room