Posts Categorized: Interiors

All hail the Green Lobster

The Prague Post Malá Strana hotel offers guests a little piece of history Prague is full of hotels: from the huge and the ultramodern to cozy, intimate getaways. What most travelers remember is the level of service offered, the location and sometimes the hotel’s amenities. Inviting, boutique-type hotels also often present a unique design and… Read more »

New jewel shines in Old Town

The Prague Post Shimmering Hotel Perla opened its doors to the public in August Hotel Perla is not just a name — it’s a design inspiration. Originally named for its location on Perlová street in the middle of Old Town, designers from the Mimolimit architecture and design studio took the little jewel to heart and… Read more »

A step above the rest

The Prague Post Metropol brings austere, modern style to a whole new level If you’ve strolled right past the Metropol Hotel on Národní street without popping in, you’re forgiven. The lobby and entrance of this new venue are practically hidden behind its onsite café. The reception desk is tucked away to the side; an interesting… Read more »

Modest majesty

The Prague Post New Majestic Plaza offers modern, classical styles Štepánská street in New Town just got a bit easier to navigate last month when the scaffolding and construction crews finally moved along after three long years of work. What they left behind is a unique combination of history, style and décor, fitted under one… Read more »

Golfer’s paradise

The Prague Post New café at Ruzyne Airport scores a cool Hole in One “People are interested because from the outside it looks like an island.” This may seem like a strange description for a café in a landlocked country and located inside Terminal 1 at Prague’s Ruzyne International Airport no less. But Jiří Riegger,… Read more »

Iconic impressions

The Prague Post New hotel offers comfort and fun “I thought about what I don’t like about hotels and did it the other way around.” That’s how Nah-Dja Tien describes the concept of his new property, The Icon hotel. Opened in February, this small boutique off Wenceslas Square is proud to show off its distinctions…. Read more »

Riverside gives new meaning to ’boutique’

The Prague Post Guests can enjoying sweeping views of Prague and Vltava “Boutique” is often the adjective used to describe many shops, hotels and other specialty businesses. Frequently, however, these places don’t live up to the basic meaning of the word: small, unique and fashionable. Riverside Hotel, on the other hand, is a true “boutique… Read more »

A taste of Rome in Prague

The Prague Post Newly restored spa opened its doors to the public in January Off busy Senovážné námestí, near the main train station, is an oasis of peace and calming beauty. The newly opened Spa Experience, tucked into the basement of the Boscolo Hotel Carlo IV, offers tranquility and serenity in a fresh, simple space…. Read more »

Serving the world, one pizza pie at a time

The Prague Post New Wenceslas Square eatery combines old elegance with contemporary décor Off an unassuming Wenceslas Square passageway, up a marble-lined staircase, sits a new pizza parlor with an emphasis on stylish design in its décor and food. “It’s a modern design,” says Jan Kubišta, the manager of Pizza Marzano. “But it’s keeping the… Read more »

Flying high

The Prague Post Mövenpick Prague offers businesspeople, children a comforting place to stay There aren’t many buildings shaped like a bird’s beak in Prague. And, if you weren’t told beforehand, you might miss the resemblance the Mövenpick Hotel in Prague 5 has to a waterfowl’s bill. “Möve means gull in German,”” explains Martina Podlipná, marketing… Read more »