The oldest cinema in our country for your events.
The Lucerna Cinema was inaugurated on December 3, 1909. Tens of thousands of film titles were thrown into the canvas for an unbelievably long time, millions of viewers stood in the seats, and hundreds of speakers stood on stage at ceremonial premieres, presentations and events. At present, the hall has 453 seats, it is equipped with state-of-the-art 4K digital technology, allowing for 3D projection, a 7.1 channel Dolby Surround sound system and the most popular classic biography in the Czech Republic. The second cinema hall Lucerna welcomed its first audience at the end of 2013. The premises in which it was built have a very interesting history - more than seventy years ago, there was a private projection room of the co-owner of Lucerne Palace and the founder of Barrandov's ateliers Milos Havel (Uncle Vaclav Havel and his brother, scientist Ivan M. Havel). At that time, the hall was mainly used for private premieres of films produced under the head of the production company Lucernafilm or for closed screenings, to which only the closest friends of the owner had access. If known, there has never been a performance for the wider public. After the nationalization, the hall was canceled and divided into several smaller rooms. We are honored that we can now operate a cinema cinema with a capacity of 51 seats, which unconditionally adorns portraits of leading Czechoslovak, European and world filmmakers, including the portrait of Milos Havel in an honorary position in the middle of the first series. The hall is equipped with a 2K digital projector with a 3D projection, as well as a 7.1 channel Dolby Surround sound system.
Luxury hotel overlooking the city
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Modern conference venue on the edge of Prague
Quality design and first-class services not only for events
Neo-Renaissance palace in a unique location.
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