We’ve hand picked the 5 of the best hotels in Prague based on their interior design.
The Four Seasons hotel is in Prague’s old town on the banks of the celebrated vltava river. The hotel unites three historic buildings with a modern heart creating an architecturally unique structure. Guest rooms are each unique and reflect various historical periods in their classic european décor.
The acclaimed allegro restaurant overlooks the river, the charles bridge and prague castle.
987 Prague Hotel
987 Design Prague Hotel is situated between the modern Prague of Wenceslas Square and the historical city.
The hotel has been carefully decorated with particular designer pieces from Phillip Stark, white Tulip chairs in the restaurant from Aera Saarinena, reception light Shakti Air (Kundalini), Swan armchairs from Arne Jacobsen as well as some pieces from Kartell.
Art Deco Imperial Hotel Prague
Prague Art Deco Imperial Hotel was built during 1913-14 as a luxury hotel and its geometric Art Deco exterior with cubism components conceals an interior embellished by precious late-Art Nouveau mosaic inspired by Egyptian, Mediterranean and Oriental cultures. It is today classed amongst the city’s historically listed monuments and as the most outstanding and spectacular luxury hotel in Prague.
Metropol Design Hotel
its unique design, with clear lines and an excellent location in the heart of Prague, the Design Metropol Hotel is quite popular. The upper floors have rooms with views of Prague Castle.
Sax Vintage Design Hotel
This unique boutique hotel in Prague exudes the bohemian spirit of an art gallery. The interiors are of a vintage design elegance and style of the 50s, 60s, and 70s and consist of restored original vintage pieces by distinguished artists of their time. Immerse yourself in 60s motifs by Warhol, or discover Colani’s designer shapes, else you will appeal to Eames and Guzinni.