Posts Categorized: Interiors

Plenty of Room at the Inn

The Prague Post Irish hotel chain officially opens first location outside British Isles in Prague Crowds gathered the second Thursday in October to launch the latest Jurys Inn, a mid-range hotel brand with more than 30 locations, the new Prague site being the Irish company’s first foray into continental Europe. Traditional Irish music and folk… Read more »

Kempinski Culture

The Prague Post New five-star hotel explodes modern into Baroque Five-star hotels seem to be popping up here faster than you can order room service. Kempinski is a well-known brand, with luxury properties around the world, including Moscow, Istanbul and St. Moritz, an exclusive resort town in Switzerland. The company likes to bill itself as… Read more »

The Style Muse

Fast Lane Taking design inspiration from some unlikely locations Does your home have a certain style? Do you find yourself drawn to primary colors; sparse furnishings, or perhaps some shabby chic? Whether your personal hero is Martha Stewart or you just want something to sit on; everyone appreciates an inviting space to come home to… Read more »

A Slice of Heaven

The Prague Post Sheraton finally opens its Karlovo namesti hotel Like staying at the house of a sophisticated friend with very good taste, the new Sheraton near Karlovo namesti is a pleasing place. “”The designers wanted a warm, welcoming atmosphere,”” says Michaela Karabcová, the hotel’s public relations manager. A 21-month reconstruction of four buildings – previously a… Read more »

Spanish sol

The Prague Post Windows galore brighten up the Barceló When the lobby of a hotel is covered by a skylight, you notice. When the hallways are one-wall windows, you notice. Barceló, a new hotel near náměstí Republiky, has certainly brought in the sunshine. “Not many hotels have daylight in the lobby. It’s a dominate feature… Read more »

Toast of the Town

The Prague Post V Zátiší’s new makeover complements its cuisine To fully enjoy a good meal, you must have the proper ambience and atmosphere. V Zátiší definitely has the good food part covered, and, in September, the well-regarded Old Town restaurant showed off a new décor to complement its tasty meals. However, it seems the… Read more »

Bright Dahlia

The Prague Post New ‘design boutique’ hotel opens in Prague 2, offers sleek, modern style When you stay at a hotel that describes itself as “design boutique,” you might feel like you are sleeping in a showroom — designed not for relaxation but, rather, to fulfill an architect’s fantasy. Dahlia Inn in Prague 2 opened… Read more »

Fit for a king

The Prague Post Hotel Royal Palace puts a majestic spin on comfort If you can see a castle when you walk out your front door, you must be in a regal neighborhood. With this in mind, developers took Prague Castle into consideration when designing the new Hotel Royal Palace from top to bottom. “Our idea… Read more »

Home Sweet Home

Fast Lane Turning a stable into a stylish abode In a sleepy little village southeast of Prague the local pub is hopping for lunch. Just off the motorway, hungry people stop off in Mirošovice for big plates of guláš and rízek. Like many towns close to Prague, locals have seen their neighborhoods swell with city… Read more »

Golden nights

The Prague Post Sleep in style under Prague Castle Malá Strana’s Nerudova street is routinely packed with tourists making their way along Prague’s Royal Route either to or from the castle. Lucky ones will have booked a room at the Golden Wheel, a boutique hotel about halfway down the street. “When guests open the door,… Read more »