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Floor Plan

Floor Plan and Room Capacities
Lobkowicz Palace

First Floor

LP plan
Concert Hall
2A. Balcony Room
2B. Terrace
 3.  Rococo Room
 4.  Music Salon
 5.  Moric Room
 6.  Oriental Room
 7.  Piranesi Room
 8.  Dog Room
 9.  Bird Room
10. Ernestine Room
11. Ferdinand Room
12. Imperial Hall

Lobkowicz Palace, Concert Hall

1. Concert Hall
The Concert Hall is decorated with finely stuccoed fireplaces and a richly adorned ceiling painted in the mid-1660s by Czech artist Václav Fabián Harovník. The room adjoins the elaborately restored Family Chapel, in which Harovník created frescoes depicting the Holy Trinity and the life of St. Wenceslas. 

Room size:  12 x 8 m; 96 m² 
  Banquet: 70; Buffet: 100; Cocktail: 120; Theater: 120

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Lobkowicz Palace, Balcony Room

2A. Balcony Room
The luminous Balcony Room features an ornately stuccoed 17th-century ceiling embellished with painted mythological and allegorical scenes by Czech artist Václav Fabián Harovník. The room opens onto an expansive, balustraded terrace featuring extraordinary panoramic views of Prague. 

Room size:  15 x 8 m; 120 m²
Capacity:  Banquet: 80; Buffet: 120; Cocktail: 150; Theater: 140

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2B. Terrace
The balustraded terrace boasts perhaps the finest panoramic views of Prague. Open throughout the year, it offers immediate access to both the Balcony Room and the Music Salon, making it an ideal space for use during corporate events and private functions, including cocktails and receptions. 

Room size:  10,5 x 3,5 m; 36,75 m² 
Capacity:  Banquet: N/A; Buffet: N/A; Cocktail: 80; Theater: N/A

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Lobkowicz Palace, Rococo Room

3. Rococo Room
This elegant room decorated in the rococo style features a collection of portraits of noble ladies-in-waiting by the 18th-century Habsburg court painter Franz von Stampart. Two exquisite vitrines display other precious objects from the era, including ivory fans, porcelain figurines and silver and enamel patch boxes. 

Room size:  8,7 x 6 m; 52,2 m²
Capacity:  Banquet: 30; Buffet: 30; Cocktail: 30; Theater: 30

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Lobkowicz Palace, Music Salon

4. Music Salon
This grand reception room highlights important musical activities of the Lobkowicz family from the 18th and early 19th centuries. It features commanding views of Prague and boasts a beautiful adjacent belvedere, from which a trio or quartet may perform an accompanying musical program. 

Room size:  10 x 6 m; 60 m²
Capacity:  Banquet: 40; Buffet: 40; Cocktail: 40; Theater: 50

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5. Moric Room
In this intimate room at the southwestern corner of the Palace hang portraits of Lobkowicz family members from the period of Emperor Franz Josef I, including an imposing portrait of Moric, 9th Prince Lobkowicz (1831-1903), in his ceremonial robes of a Knight of the Order of the Golden Fleece. 

Room size:  6,3 x 5 m; 31,5 m²
Capacity:  Banquet: 20; Buffet: N/A; Cocktail: 20; Theater: N/A

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Lobkowicz Palace, Oriental Room

6. Oriental Room
This room contains a set of nine 18th-century embroidered silk panels depicting oriental figures, birds and animals in exotic garden and landscape settings. Formerly used as decorative screens, these panels have been fully restored and are displayed individually in black lacquered frames that hang against chartreuse-colored walls. 

Room size:  5,2 x 6 m; 31,2 m²
Capacity:  Banquet: 20; Buffet: N/A; Cocktail: 20; Theater: N/A

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Lobkowicz Palace, Piranesi Room

7. Piranesi Room
Displayed on all sides of this boldly painted room is an extensive collection of 18th-century engravings detailing views of Rome by the celebrated topographical artist, printmaker, draftsman and architect Giovanni Battista Piranesi. These views were acquired by Ferdinand Joseph, 8th Prince Lobkowicz (1797-1868), while on the Grand Tour in 1820. 

Room size:  5,8 x 6 m; 34,8 m²
  Banquet: 20; Buffet: N/A; Cocktail: 20; Theater: N/A

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Lobkowicz Palace, Dog Room

8. Dog Room
Dog ownership has been a tradition in the Lobkowicz family since the 16th century. As early as the 1580s, these beloved canines appeared alongside their masters in historical portraits. In later years, the dogs became the primary focus of many paintings, the most representative examples of which hang in this room. 

Room size:  6 x 7,8 m; 46,8 m²
Capacity:  Banquet: 20; Buffet: N/A; Cocktail: 20; Theater: N/A

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Lobkowicz Palace, Bird Room

9. Bird Room
Installed in this room is an unusual and rare series of 55 images of birds. Dating to the late 18th century, these remarkable works of art were created using a combination of real bird feathers and watercolor. They retain their original glazes within expertly restored frames and are hung against fanciful trees painted on the walls. 

Room size:  6 x 4,5 m; 27 m²
Capacity:  Banquet: 10; Buffet: N/A; Cocktail: 15; Theater: N/A

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Lobkowicz Palace, Princess Ernestine Room

10. Ernestine Room
Displayed in this room is a remarkable series of 17th-century female portraits painted by Princess Ernestine of Nassau-Siegen, including her own self-portrait which hangs on the courtyard wall. While it is not known if she was formally trained, Princess Ernestine was a gifted artist, which was highly exceptional for a noble-born woman of the time. 

Room size:  6 x 6,5 m; 39 m²
Capacity:  Banquet: 20; Buffet: N/A; Cocktail: 20; Theater: N/A

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Prince Ferdinand

11. Ferdinand Room
An intimate setting for private dinners and meetings, this beautifully appointed room is installed with a fine selection of landscape paintings, hunting scenes and 18th-century Chinese Imari plates. It is named for Ferdinand Zdenko, 10th Prince Lobkowicz (1858-1938), whose portrait hangs across from that of his wife, Anna Bertha.

Room size:  5,7 x 4,1 m; 23,37 m² 
Capacity:  Banquet: 12; Buffet: N/A; Cocktail: 15; Theater: N/A

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Imperial Hall, Lobkowicz Palace

12. Imperial Hall
Built by Václav Eusebius, 2nd Prince Lobkowicz (1609-1677), during his 17th century baroque reconstruction of the Palace, the Imperial Hall is a grand, marble-floored room with elegant chandeliers, elaborate trompe l'oeil decorative motifs and large windows opening onto spectacular views of the city of Prague. It is the perfect location for gala dinners, weddings, and dance, music or theatrical performances. The Imperial Hall can also accommodate receptions, presentations and conferences.

Room size: 18 x 13 m; 234 m² 
Capacity:  Banquet: 180; Buffet: 220; Cocktail: 350; Theater: 300

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