Beautiful Art Nouveau Prague Hotel!
Hotel Paris is located in one of the most beautiful Art Nouveau structures in the city of Prague. The work of architect Jan Veirych, Hotel Paris was finished in 1904, the interior by A. Pfeifer and ceramics by J. Kohler, and showcases intricate elements of Art Nouveau design including colorful ceramic mosaics, etched glass mirrors and windows, ornate wrought iron railings complementing the grand staircase, brass motifs decorations, and golden light fixtures and glittering chandeliers. The hotel underwent a complete renovation in 1997 and has been in the hands of the original family from a restitution process in 1991. The splendid Art Nouveau Sarah Bernhardt Restaurant, an exquisite blend of blues and gold decor along with Café de Paris, a traditional Parisian café, complement the splendor of the Hotel.
Hotel Paris is located in the center of Old Town and is close to Prague’s top attractions including the Municipal House, The Gothic Powder Tower, and the world famous Old Town Square. Prime fashion stores are close by in the popular Palladium shopping mall.
Hotel Paris features 86 air-conditioned elegantly appointed guest rooms including 13 luxury suites, a lift, soundproofed conference rooms with wireless\high-speed Internet Connection, a multi lingual staff, a Wellness and Spa center, and top full service concierge service including luxury Bentley airport transfer and rental. A parking garage is available. Breakfast, use of the health club and 14% VAT included in the price.
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