Little Buquoy Palace was built in the 16th century by the Chancellor of the Order of Malta and many of its original features have been preserved to this day. Thanks to its timeless and high-standard renovation, the entire space combines design, originality, and elegance. The palace is situated in the historical centre of Prague on the left bank of the Vltava River in the very centre of Kampa.
Little Buquoy Palace is registered in the State List of Immovable Cultural Monuments of the Capital City of Prague.
This quiet residential area, close to diplomatic missions and within easy reach of all services, offers plenty of cultural opportunities, greenery, and excellent transport links.
The building is heated by a central gas boiler, which also provides hot water. The gas boiler is operated by Diplomatic Services.
We would also like to mention here that Little Buquoy Palace has a basement containing free spaces that can be used for storage.
If you are interested in a viewing, please contact the Rental Relations and Client Center Department of the Diplomatic Service,
telephone numbers: +420 224 403 227, +420 224 403 231, +420 224 403 138,