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The Hotel Hoffmeister resides in the 17th century center of Prague, with its swirl of Baroque and Romanesque architecture, declared as a world heritage site by UNESCO. Set at the foot of the Old Castle, close to the city's many historical landmarks, this family-owned and operated hotel features an art gallery of Adolf Hoffmeister's paintings, and a remarkable collection of caricatures depicting an artistic community.
The NH Hotel combines two unique modern hillside properties, which are ingeniously interconnected by a magnificent hillside cable car, and offers superb views to the city of Prague below. Function and meeting spaces, totaling 800 square meters, are also available directly on site with the largest of the 14 rooms accommodating up to 300 attendees. Majority of guest rooms have a terrace and look out onto the leafy Mrazovka Park.
The Park Inn Hotel Prague opened to the public in 2009 after complete reconstruction of the former print house. Dating back to 1907, the Art Deco building is situated near the riverbanks of the Vltava and is a convenient place for exploring Prague´s attractions. Congress visitors will benefit from proximity to the Prague Congress Centrum as it is located just a few minutes away.
Marvel at the juxtaposition of Art Deco and contemporary luxury when you stay at Hilton Prague Old Town, Prague. A refreshing alternative to traditional Prague hotels, this Hilton offers true individuality – from the unique Zinc restaurant where you can enjoy an unforgettable dining experience to the stylized, luxurious rooms and suites on offer. Centrally located, allowing access for your group to explore the city of Prague.
Orea Hotel Pyramida is the right place for you should you desire to spend a quiet relaxing time just minutes from the historic city center of Prague with its excellent public transport connections. The hotel has 351 rooms and suites, is within walking distance of the Prague Castle, The Prague Loreto (a baroque historic monument), Strahov Monastery and Malá Strana (Lesser Town). Nine conference rooms which cover 1,200 m2.
Opened in March 1st, 2009, the Sheraton Prague Charles Square Hotel is ideally located between the Old Town and the New Town of the Czech Capital, just a few steps from the central business district. The Sheraton Prague Charles Square Hotel is close to all major museums, galleries, and famous theaters, just off Charles Square, and steps from the Wenceslas Square.
The Grandium Hotel is one of the latest additions to Prague’s high style, great service, 4 star hotels. In this hotel property, all minut details have been thoroughly thought out, with the guests overall experience in mind. Services offered are all about pampering their guests, whilst the décor and atmosphere has been designed to impress. Areas such as Old Town Square, Wenceslas Square, and Municipal Hall are within walking distance.
The Radisson Blu Alcron hotel Prague holds a special place in Czech history as the original Alcron Hotel, which was opened in 1932. The luxurious and elegant five star Radisson Blu Hotel commands the same enviable reputation as its predecessor, which at that time was considered the most modern, and exclusive hotel property in Prague.
Pachtuv Palace is arguably the most beautiful baroque residence in Prague, located in a magnificent and privileged riverfront position in the heart of the Old Town. Although Prague celebrates the fact that it is an incredibly original, and preserved ancient city, there aren’t many hotels that can boast the fact that Mozart actual wrote some of his works in their rooms, and had them performed during his presence at the property.