One of the best of the smaller properties in Hradčany (the Castle district), complete with period-piece furnishings and dramatic hilltop views over the surrounding valley. Like U zlaté studně and other inns in this part of Prague, Domus Henrici traces its lineage to the 17th century and Emperor Rudolph II when it was built as a way of emphasizing the bona fides of the wealthy set. Rooms come in "standard" and "deluxe" doubles, with the latter being larger and having better views. Room no. 6 is particularly nice, with a lovely view out over the Strahov Monastery and garden. It is not suited for drivers because of the limited parking and one-way streets.
- Mark Baker