In 2012 in the Lhotka district in Prague 4 and near by „Modřanská rokle“ (Modřany ravine) was started working of the modern multi-functional accommodation facility “DC REZIDENCE”.
The design of the layout and the interior fittings of the building was based on the experience of accommodation of students not only at home but also at foreign universities. The main emphasis is on the maximum respect for the privacy of students and their security. The main part of the building consists of single rooms, which are complemented by several double rooms and apartments.
Students have their own sanitary facilities, modern furniture, a fridge and, of course, high-speed Wi-Fi connection.
There is also a hotel section in the building and we also remembered on rooms for guests or students with limited mobility.
Each floor has a modern common kitchen. There is also a self-service laundry, bicycle room, outdoor parking, meeting room, reception and STUDIO REZIDENCE services, which offers men’s and women’s hairdressing, cosmetics, manicure, pedicure, massage.
DC REZIDENCE is part of the sports and relaxation and gastronomic complex Domyno (restaurant with terrace, dining room, burger bar, tennis courts, beach volleyball, indoor sports, fitness center, etc.).
DC REZIDENCE facility is located on the southern edge of Prague, and nearby nature offers hiking and cycling trips and in-line skating, as well as relaxing walks (Modřanská rokle, Kunratice Forest, Točná Natural Park, the Vltava River, etc.).
In all directions from the building can be found also some cultural interest.
In distance of about one kilometer there is the shopping center Novodvorská Plaza, banks and services, amount of other shops and a post office are available on foot. If needed, Thomayer Hospital is also nearby.
In the object there is a bus stop with direct connection to the metro line B of Smichovské nádraží station and the line C of Kačerov station.
The planned metro line D and its station Nové dvory (about 200 m from the building) will bring us closer to the center of Prague, eventually its other parts.