The Grand Hotel Bohemia was founded in the 1920s and is one of Prague’s most prestigious hotels. During the First Czechoslovak Republic, the Boccaccio cabaret played in the hall in the basement, and there the cream of Prague society held lavish parties, a tradition that continued during the communist era. Even today, the Boccaccio Hall has lost none of its sparkle. The beautifully restored interior, full of stucco decoration, gilding and crystal, will make you feel as if you are in the set of the biggest Czech historical films.
The Mozart Dinner is an ideal opportunity to experience the magical atmosphere of celebrations in days gone by. The entire hall will be lit by candles, and Mozart’s most famous opera arias will be played, accompanied by excellent dining. Extracts from Don Giovanni, the Marriage of Figaro and the Magic Flute will be played by period musicians. They include soprano Gabriela Kopperová and baritone Daniel Klánský, as well as a quintet of members of the Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra.
PART 1 – DON GIOVANNI
PART 2 – THE BEST OF MOZART’S OPERAS
PART 3 – THE MAGIC FLUTE
Fish menu (reservations possible in advance, no later than 48 hours beforehand):
Turkey menu (reservations possible in advance, no later than 48 hours beforehand):
Children’s menu (for children up to age 12):
Children’s drinks package:
It’s advisable to be at the venue 15 to 20 minutes beforehand to find a seat and make yourself comfortable
The event is suitable for children aged 6 and over; smaller children aged 2 and over may sit in the exclusive box seats
Drinks which are not included in the price are to be paid for as you go, in cash or by card
The dress code is smart casual
Given that the Boccaccio Hall is sometimes booked, the concert may take place a day earlier or later than the scheduled date. Should the date be changed or the concert be cancelled, we will naturally do everything possible to find a replacement date, or offer you a full refund.