A rare and exceptional feature of the Jalta Boutique Hotel is a previously concealed nuclear fallout shelter from the 1950s, that is situated under the hotel. In case of war, the military headquarters of the Warsaw Pact countries would have their base here. In 2013, the Cold War Museum opened in the fallout shelter.
Guided tours in Czech language:
Even weeks: Tuesday and Thursday 16:45–20:00
Odd weeks: Monday and Wednesday 16:45–20:00
Guided tours in English and German language:
Friday to Sunday 14:00–19:00
General: CZK 120
Students (15–26): CZK 90
Senior citizens (65 and above): CZK 90
Children (6–15 yrs): CZK 60
Foreign language guided tours are with a surcharge of CZK 50 per person.
One tour is for a maximum of 7 persons.
The duration is 55 minutes.
The Jalta Boutique Hotel guests are free. For a foreign language guided tour a charge of CZK 50 per person is taken.
Franz Kafka & Andy Warhol & Hotel Jalta
The Jalta Boutique Hotel is very pleased to exhibit one of Andy Warhol's original screen prints of Franz Kafka in the lobby, who briefly lived and worked near the hotel Jalta.
This original screen print (1980) of Franz Kafka is from the portfolio of “Ten Portraits of Jews of the Twentieth Century“.