Located in a quiet residential area of Vinohrady, the five-star Le Palais Hotel is situated in a grand Belle Époque building that was built as a residential palace in 1897, which brings back the splendor and grandeur that once was Prague. The Le Palais Hotel was voted the best hotel in the world by The Leading Hotels of the World in 2005 and has kept the high standards. Le Palais Hotel was also named the Czech Republic’s Leading Boutique Hotel in 2008. The warm interiors reflect the confident rich style of designer Veronika Jurkowitsch, who perfectly blended together the classical elegance of the hotel with modern amenities. The spacious Executive Rooms at Le Palais Hotel are richly decorated and are complete with a King size bed, 2 armchairs and a marble bathroom with heated floors. Breakfast is included.
Le Palais Hotel is located in Vinohrady, home to beautiful Art Nouveau buildings, lush green parks, cool cafes and a variety of restaurants with al fresco dining. Le Palais Hotel is a mere 5 -minute drive to the famed Wenceslas Square and the National Museum, while it is only a 5 minute walk to the city’s super efficient underground transportation system and multiple tramlines. Le Palais Hotel is the closet luxury hotel to the Prague Congress Center.
Amenities include air-conditioning, high-speed Internet access, direct dial telephone, satellite TV, DVD player with complimentary DVD rental and Internet use, safety deposit box, trouser press, hairdryer, bathrobe and slippers. The rooms offer complimentary services including a mini bar, in-room tea and coffee service, a welcome drink, shoe shine service and use of the health club. Price includes 14% VAT.
Classical Elegance in One of the Finest Prague Hotels!
Located in a quiet residential area of Vinohrady, the five-star Le Palais Hotel is situated in a grand Belle Époque building that was built as a residential palace in 1897, which brings back the splendor and grandeur that...
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