Masaryk Dormitory


Add: (Masarykova kolej-ČVUT) : Thákurova 1, 160 41, Praha 6, Prague

The Masaryk Dormitory was founded in 1925, thanks to moral and financial support provided by Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk, the first president of Czechoslovakia. It was built according to the design of Antonín Engel in Sadova Street, nowadays called Thákurova Street, in parallel with the preparations for constructing the adjacent campus of the Czech Technical University in Prague (www.cvut.cz). The Masaryk Dormitory is situated in a strategic location in Dejvice, Prague 6, just 20 minutes away from Prague Vaclav Havel international airport, with excellent public-transport access to the city centre, and with good motorway links. We offer a full range of services: CONGRESS SERVICES - HOTEL FACILITIES - HOSTEL FACILITIES - RESTAURANT SERVICES.

How to get there?

Public Transport

Metro - Trace A station Dejvická,
Tram - 20,23,36, night 51 - stations Dejvická or Vítězné náměstí
Bus - 107,116,147,160,206 - station Dejvická, Night BUS - routes 502,515 - station Vítězné náměstí
By Car-Please refer to the map at:


Please contact with Masarykova kolej via jaroslava.kucerova@cvut.cz, you need reserve rooms as early as you can.