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PRAHA

Praha je hlavní a současně největší město České republiky a 15. největší město Evropské unie.

Do dnešní podoby se Praha vyvíjela jedenáct století. Coby historická metropole Čech byla v minulosti sídelním městem českých knížat a králů, římsko-německých císařů a hlavním městem Československa. V současnosti se rozkládá na území 496 čtverečních kilometrů a má přes 1,2 milionu obyvatel.

Praha je všeobecně považována za jedno z nejkrásnějších měst v Evropě. Historické centrum města s jedinečným panoramatem Pražského hradu, největšího hradního komplexu na světě, je památkovou rezervací UNESCO. Právě historické jádro města a mnohé památky přilákají ročně miliony turistů ze zemí celého světa. Podle statistik je Praha páté nejnavštěvovanější město Evropy, po Londýně, Paříži, Istanbulu a Římu.
PRAGUE

Prague is the capital and largest city of the Czech Republic and the 15th largest city in the European Union.

Prague has been developing into its present form for eleven centuries. As the historical capital of Bohemia, it was once the seat of Czech princes and kings, Holy Roman Emperors and the capital of Czechoslovakia. At present, the city covers an area of 496 square kilometers and has over 1.2 million inhabitants.

Prague is widely considered one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. The historic city centre with a unique panorama of Prague Castle, the largest castle complex in the world, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is the historic core of the city and many attractions that draw millions of tourists from all over the world. According to statistics, Prague is the fifth most visited city in Europe after London, Paris, Istanbul and Rome.
PRAHA

Praha je hlavné a súčasne najväčšie mesto Českej republiky a 15. najväčšie mesto Európskej únie.

Do dnešnej doby sa Praha vyvíjala jedenásť storočí. Ako historická metropola Čiech bola v minulosti sídelným mestom českých kniežat a kráľov, rímsko-nemeckých cisárov a hlavným mestom Československa. V súčasnosti sa rozkladá na území 496 štvorcových kilometrov a má viac ako 1,2 milióna obyvateľov.

Praha je všeobecne považovaná za jedno z najkrajších miest v Európe. Historické centrum mesta s jedinečnou panorámou Pražského hradu, najväčšieho hradného komplexu na svete, je pamiatkovou rezerváciou UNESCO. Práve historické jadro mesta a mnohé pamiatky prilákajú ročne milióny turistov zo všetkých zemí sveta. Podľa štatistík je Praha piate najnavštevovanejšie mesto Európy, po Londýne, Paríži, Istanbule a Ríme.
PRAGA

Praga jest stolicą i największym miastem Republiki Czeskiej i piętnastym co do wielkości miastem w Unii Europejskiej.

Praga zawdzięcza swój obecny kształt aż jedenastu stuleciom. Historyczna stolica Czech była niegdyś siedzibą czeskich książąt i królów, cesarzy Świętego Cesarstwa Rzymskiego i stolicą Czechosłowacji. Obecnie zajmuje obszar 496 kilometrów kwadratowych i liczy ponad 1,2 mln mieszkańców.

Praga jest powszechnie uznawana za jedno z najpiękniejszych miast w Europie. Zabytkowe centrum miasta z unikalną panoramą Zamku Praskiego – największego kompleksu zamkowego na świecie, wpisane zostało na Listę Światowego Dziedzictwa UNESCO. To właśnie historyczne centrum miasta i wiele obecnych tu atrakcji przyciągają miliony turystów z całego świata. Według statystyk, Praga jest piątym najczęściej odwiedzanym miastem w Europie, po Londynie, Paryżu, Stambule i Rzymie.
PRAG

Prag ist die Hauptstadt und größte Stadt der Tschechischen Republik und die 15. größte Stadt der Eurpäischen Union.

Prag hat sich zu seiner jetzigen Form seit elf Jahrhunderten entwickelt. Als die historische Hauptstadt Böhmens, war es einst der Sitz der tschechischen Prinzen und Könige, der Kaiser des Heiligen Römischen Reiches und die Hauptstadt der Tschechoslowakei. Zur Zeit umfasst es eine Fläche von 496 Quadratkilometern und hat über 1,2 Millionen Einwohner.

Prag wird weithin als eine der schönsten Städte in Europa bezeichnet. Das historische Stadtzentrum mit einem wunderschönem Panorama über die Prager Burg, des größten Burgkomplexes in der Welt, ist ein Welterbe der UNESCO. Es ist der historische Stadtkern und viele Sehenswürdigkeiten, die Millionen von Touristen aus aller Welt anziehen. Laut Statistisch gesehen ist Prag an fünfter Stelle die meistbesuchteste Stadt in Europa nach London, Paris, Istanbul und Rom.
PRÁGA

Prága a Cseh Köztársaság fővárosa és egyben legnagyobb városa, a 15. legnagyobb város az Európai Unióban.

A jelenlegi arculatát 1100 éve alakítja. Csehország történelmi fővárosaként királyok, szent római uralkodók egykori székhelye, Csehszlovákia fővárosa volt. Ma a területe 496 négyzetkilométer, lakosainak száma meghaladja az 1,2 milliót.

Széles körben tartják az egyik legszebb európai városnak. A történelmi belváros a Prágai kastély egyedülálló panorámájával – ami a világ legnagyobb váregyüttese a világon – az UNESCO Világörökség része. Ez a történelmi látnivaló látogatók millióit vonzza a világ minden szegletéből. Statisztikák szerint Prága az 5. leglátogatottabb európai város – London, Párizs, Isztambul és Róma után.
PRAGUE

Prague est la capitale et la plus grande ville de République tchèque et la 15e plus grande ville de l'Union européenne.

Prague s'est développée pendant onze siècles pour atteindre sa forme actuelle. En tant que capitale historique de la Bohême, elle était autrefois le siège des princes et rois tchèques, des empereurs du Saint Empire Romain et la capitale de la Tchécoslovaquie. Elle couvre actuellement une zone de 496 kilomètres carrés et compte plus d'1,2 millions d'habitants.

Prague est largement considérée comme l'une des plus belles villes d'Europe. Le centre historique de la ville avec le panorama unique du château de Prague, le plus grand ensemble de château au monde, est un site inscrit au patrimoine mondial de l'UNESCO. Il s'agit du noyau historique de la ville avec ses nombreux sites touristiques attirant des millions de touristes du monde entier. Selon les statistiques, Prague est la 5e ville la plus visitée en Europe après Londres, Paris, Istanbul et Rome.
PRAGA

Praga es la capital y la ciudad más grande de la República Checa, ocupando la posición 15 dentro de la Unión Europea.

Praga se ha desarrollado durante once siglos hasta lograr su forma actual. Como capital histórica de Bohemia, fue en su tiempo el hogar de príncipes y reyes checos, emperadores romanos y la capital de Checoslovaquia. Actualmente, cubre un área de 496 kilómetros cuadrados y aloja a aproximadamente 1,2 millones de personas.

Praga es ampliamente considerada como una de las ciudades más hermosas de Europa. El centro histórico de la ciudad, con el increíble Castillo de Praga, es el complejo del castillo más grande del mundo, siendo Sitio de Patrimonio Universal de la UNESCO. Es el centro histórico de la ciudad y posee numerosas atracciones que atraen a millones de turistas de todo el mundo. Según las estadísticas, Praga es la 5.ª ciudad más visitada de Europa después de Londres, París, Estambul y Roma.
PRAGA

Praga è la capitale e la città più grande della Repubblica Ceca e la 15ᵃ per grandezza tra le città dell'Unione Europea.

Praga si è sviluppata fino a raggiungere la sua forma attuale da undici secoli. Come storica capitale della Boemia, è stata la sede di principi e re cechi, di imperatori del Sacro Romano Impero e la capitale della Cecoslovacchia. Oggi, ricopre un'area di 496 chilometri quadrati e ha più di 1,2 milioni di abitanti.

Praga gode di una vasta fama come una delle città europee più belle. Il centro storico della città con il panorama unico del Castello di Praga, il più grande complesso di castelli nel mondo, è un sito Patrimonio dell'umanità dell'UNESCO. Il nucleo storico della città e le tante attrattive richiamano milioni di turisti da tutto il mondo. Secondo le statistiche, Praga è la quinta città più visitata in Europa, dopo Londra, Parigi, Istanbul e Roma.
ПРАГА

Прага – это столица и самый большой город Чешской республики, а также 15-й самый большой город в Европейском союзе.

Прага развивалась в течение одиннадцати веков до достижения сегодняшней формы. В качестве исторической столицы Богемии она когда-то была резиденцией чешских принцев и королей, императоров Священной Римской империи и столицей Чехословакии. На сегодняшний день она имеет территорию в 496 квадратных километров и население составляет более 1,2 миллионов жителей.

Прага считается одним из самых красивых городов Европы. Исторический центр города с уникальной панорамой пражского замка, самого большого замкового комплекса в мире, является местом мирового наследия UNESCO. Это место является историческим ядром города и местом множества развлечений, которые привлекают миллионы туристов со всего мира. Согласно статистике, Прага является пятым наиболее посещаемым городом в Европе после Лондона, Парижа, Стамбула и Рима.


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Hotel International Praha je zařazen na seznam kulturních památek a nachází se v klidné rezidenční čtvrti na Praze 6, v bezprostřední blízkosti centra (pouhé dva kilometry). Letiště Václava Havla je v dojezdové vzdálenosti do 20 minut a k Pražskému hradu se dostanete příjemnou procházkou do deseti minut.

Zajímavá je historie celého hotelu. Budova byla postavena v letech 1952 až 1956 z rozhodnutí tehdejšího ministra obrany Alexeje Čepičky. Ten prý doufal, že slavnostního otevření se zúčastní i Josif Stalin.

Hotel International Praha je postaven ve stylu socialistického realismu, nebo také „sorely“, jak se tomuto architektonickému slohu někdy zkráceně říká. Budova měla původně sloužit pouze k ubytování vojáků, nakonec se ale armáda nechala slyšet, že takto naddimenzované ubytovací kapacity nemůže využít, a tak se z budovy na poslední chvíli stal hotel. Nutno podotknout, že hlavně pro vojenské šarže a vojáky z našich spřátelených zemí. V padesátých letech se ale jednalo o nejluxusnější hotel v Československu. Měl téměř dvě stě pokojů.

V interiéru dodnes nalezneme unikátní výzdobu. Podíleli se na ní přední čeští a slovenští umělci a řemeslníci. Zpracování a design ozdobných prvků a svítidel svou kvalitou příjemně překvapí.

Od roku 2015 je hotel součástí hotelového řetězce Mozart Hotel Group s hotely v Oděse a Budapešti, Vídni a Badenu. V roce 2016 se zvýšila kapacita ubytovací sekce o 24 pokojů. A v současné době nabízí celkem 278 plně klimatizovaných pokojů v kategoriích Standard, Superior, Executive, Executive Tower a Tower Suite.

Hotel disponuje významným konferenčním centrem se 14 sály o celkové kapacitě 1200 osob, a je tak díky svým flexibilním prostorům s denním světlem ideální volbou pro různá jednání, semináře a konference různého typu až pro 450 osob.
Hotel International Prague is included on the list of Czech cultural monuments and is located in a quiet residential area in Prague 6, in immediate proximity to the city centre (just two kilometres away). Václav Havel airport is just a 20-minute drive away, and you can take a pleasant walk to Prague Castle in just ten minutes.

The history of the whole hotel is very interesting. The building was built between 1952 and 1956 by the decision of the then Minister of Defence Alexej Čepička. He reportedly hoped that the ceremonial opening would be attended by Josif Stalin.

Hotel International Prague was built in the socialist realism style, or “sorela” as the name of the architectural style is sometimes abbreviated. The building was originally intended to serve as accommodation for soldiers, but the army eventually declared that it could not use such over-sized accommodation, and so the building became a hotel at the last minute. It should be pointed out that this was mainly for military ranks and soldiers from allied nations. In the 1950s however, it was the most luxurious hotel in Czechoslovakia. It had almost two hundred rooms.

Unique decorations can be found in its interior to this day. They are the work of leading Czech and Slovak artists and craftsmen. The quality of the processing and design of its decorative features and lighting fixtures is pleasantly surprising.

Since 2015, the hotel has been part of the Mozart Hotel Group with hotels in Odessa, Budapest, Vienna and Baden. In 2016, it increased the capacity of its accommodation section by 24 rooms. In total, the hotel currently offers 278 fully air-conditioned rooms in the categories Standard, Superior, Executive, Executive Tower and Tower Suite.

The hotel possesses a significant conference centre with 14 halls and a total capacity of 1200 persons. Thanks to its flexible spaces with daylighting, it is the ideal choice for meetings, seminars and conferences of various types for up to 450 people.
Hotel International Prague is included on the list of Czech cultural monuments and is located in a quiet residential area in Prague 6, in immediate proximity to the city centre (just two kilometres away). Václav Havel airport is just a 20-minute drive away, and you can take a pleasant walk to Prague Castle in just ten minutes.

The history of the whole hotel is very interesting. The building was built between 1952 and 1956 by the decision of the then Minister of Defence Alexej Čepička. He reportedly hoped that the ceremonial opening would be attended by Josif Stalin.

Hotel International Prague was built in the socialist realism style, or “sorela” as the name of the architectural style is sometimes abbreviated. The building was originally intended to serve as accommodation for soldiers, but the army eventually declared that it could not use such over-sized accommodation, and so the building became a hotel at the last minute. It should be pointed out that this was mainly for military ranks and soldiers from allied nations. In the 1950s however, it was the most luxurious hotel in Czechoslovakia. It had almost two hundred rooms.

Unique decorations can be found in its interior to this day. They are the work of leading Czech and Slovak artists and craftsmen. The quality of the processing and design of its decorative features and lighting fixtures is pleasantly surprising.

Since 2015, the hotel has been part of the Mozart Hotel Group with hotels in Odessa, Budapest, Vienna and Baden. In 2016, it increased the capacity of its accommodation section by 24 rooms. In total, the hotel currently offers 278 fully air-conditioned rooms in the categories Standard, Superior, Executive, Executive Tower and Tower Suite.

The hotel possesses a significant conference centre with 14 halls and a total capacity of 1200 persons. Thanks to its flexible spaces with daylighting, it is the ideal choice for meetings, seminars and conferences of various types for up to 450 people.
Hotel International Prague is included on the list of Czech cultural monuments and is located in a quiet residential area in Prague 6, in immediate proximity to the city centre (just two kilometres away). Václav Havel airport is just a 20-minute drive away, and you can take a pleasant walk to Prague Castle in just ten minutes.

The history of the whole hotel is very interesting. The building was built between 1952 and 1956 by the decision of the then Minister of Defence Alexej Čepička. He reportedly hoped that the ceremonial opening would be attended by Josif Stalin.

Hotel International Prague was built in the socialist realism style, or “sorela” as the name of the architectural style is sometimes abbreviated. The building was originally intended to serve as accommodation for soldiers, but the army eventually declared that it could not use such over-sized accommodation, and so the building became a hotel at the last minute. It should be pointed out that this was mainly for military ranks and soldiers from allied nations. In the 1950s however, it was the most luxurious hotel in Czechoslovakia. It had almost two hundred rooms.

Unique decorations can be found in its interior to this day. They are the work of leading Czech and Slovak artists and craftsmen. The quality of the processing and design of its decorative features and lighting fixtures is pleasantly surprising.

Since 2015, the hotel has been part of the Mozart Hotel Group with hotels in Odessa, Budapest, Vienna and Baden. In 2016, it increased the capacity of its accommodation section by 24 rooms. In total, the hotel currently offers 278 fully air-conditioned rooms in the categories Standard, Superior, Executive, Executive Tower and Tower Suite.

The hotel possesses a significant conference centre with 14 halls and a total capacity of 1200 persons. Thanks to its flexible spaces with daylighting, it is the ideal choice for meetings, seminars and conferences of various types for up to 450 people.
Hotel International Prague is included on the list of Czech cultural monuments and is located in a quiet residential area in Prague 6, in immediate proximity to the city centre (just two kilometres away). Václav Havel airport is just a 20-minute drive away, and you can take a pleasant walk to Prague Castle in just ten minutes.

The history of the whole hotel is very interesting. The building was built between 1952 and 1956 by the decision of the then Minister of Defence Alexej Čepička. He reportedly hoped that the ceremonial opening would be attended by Josif Stalin.

Hotel International Prague was built in the socialist realism style, or “sorela” as the name of the architectural style is sometimes abbreviated. The building was originally intended to serve as accommodation for soldiers, but the army eventually declared that it could not use such over-sized accommodation, and so the building became a hotel at the last minute. It should be pointed out that this was mainly for military ranks and soldiers from allied nations. In the 1950s however, it was the most luxurious hotel in Czechoslovakia. It had almost two hundred rooms.

Unique decorations can be found in its interior to this day. They are the work of leading Czech and Slovak artists and craftsmen. The quality of the processing and design of its decorative features and lighting fixtures is pleasantly surprising.

Since 2015, the hotel has been part of the Mozart Hotel Group with hotels in Odessa, Budapest, Vienna and Baden. In 2016, it increased the capacity of its accommodation section by 24 rooms. In total, the hotel currently offers 278 fully air-conditioned rooms in the categories Standard, Superior, Executive, Executive Tower and Tower Suite.

The hotel possesses a significant conference centre with 14 halls and a total capacity of 1200 persons. Thanks to its flexible spaces with daylighting, it is the ideal choice for meetings, seminars and conferences of various types for up to 450 people.
Hotel International Prague is included on the list of Czech cultural monuments and is located in a quiet residential area in Prague 6, in immediate proximity to the city centre (just two kilometres away). Václav Havel airport is just a 20-minute drive away, and you can take a pleasant walk to Prague Castle in just ten minutes.

The history of the whole hotel is very interesting. The building was built between 1952 and 1956 by the decision of the then Minister of Defence Alexej Čepička. He reportedly hoped that the ceremonial opening would be attended by Josif Stalin.

Hotel International Prague was built in the socialist realism style, or “sorela” as the name of the architectural style is sometimes abbreviated. The building was originally intended to serve as accommodation for soldiers, but the army eventually declared that it could not use such over-sized accommodation, and so the building became a hotel at the last minute. It should be pointed out that this was mainly for military ranks and soldiers from allied nations. In the 1950s however, it was the most luxurious hotel in Czechoslovakia. It had almost two hundred rooms.

Unique decorations can be found in its interior to this day. They are the work of leading Czech and Slovak artists and craftsmen. The quality of the processing and design of its decorative features and lighting fixtures is pleasantly surprising.

Since 2015, the hotel has been part of the Mozart Hotel Group with hotels in Odessa, Budapest, Vienna and Baden. In 2016, it increased the capacity of its accommodation section by 24 rooms. In total, the hotel currently offers 278 fully air-conditioned rooms in the categories Standard, Superior, Executive, Executive Tower and Tower Suite.

The hotel possesses a significant conference centre with 14 halls and a total capacity of 1200 persons. Thanks to its flexible spaces with daylighting, it is the ideal choice for meetings, seminars and conferences of various types for up to 450 people.
Hotel International Prague is included on the list of Czech cultural monuments and is located in a quiet residential area in Prague 6, in immediate proximity to the city centre (just two kilometres away). Václav Havel airport is just a 20-minute drive away, and you can take a pleasant walk to Prague Castle in just ten minutes.

The history of the whole hotel is very interesting. The building was built between 1952 and 1956 by the decision of the then Minister of Defence Alexej Čepička. He reportedly hoped that the ceremonial opening would be attended by Josif Stalin.

Hotel International Prague was built in the socialist realism style, or “sorela” as the name of the architectural style is sometimes abbreviated. The building was originally intended to serve as accommodation for soldiers, but the army eventually declared that it could not use such over-sized accommodation, and so the building became a hotel at the last minute. It should be pointed out that this was mainly for military ranks and soldiers from allied nations. In the 1950s however, it was the most luxurious hotel in Czechoslovakia. It had almost two hundred rooms.

Unique decorations can be found in its interior to this day. They are the work of leading Czech and Slovak artists and craftsmen. The quality of the processing and design of its decorative features and lighting fixtures is pleasantly surprising.

Since 2015, the hotel has been part of the Mozart Hotel Group with hotels in Odessa, Budapest, Vienna and Baden. In 2016, it increased the capacity of its accommodation section by 24 rooms. In total, the hotel currently offers 278 fully air-conditioned rooms in the categories Standard, Superior, Executive, Executive Tower and Tower Suite.

The hotel possesses a significant conference centre with 14 halls and a total capacity of 1200 persons. Thanks to its flexible spaces with daylighting, it is the ideal choice for meetings, seminars and conferences of various types for up to 450 people.
Hotel International Prague is included on the list of Czech cultural monuments and is located in a quiet residential area in Prague 6, in immediate proximity to the city centre (just two kilometres away). Václav Havel airport is just a 20-minute drive away, and you can take a pleasant walk to Prague Castle in just ten minutes.

The history of the whole hotel is very interesting. The building was built between 1952 and 1956 by the decision of the then Minister of Defence Alexej Čepička. He reportedly hoped that the ceremonial opening would be attended by Josif Stalin.

Hotel International Prague was built in the socialist realism style, or “sorela” as the name of the architectural style is sometimes abbreviated. The building was originally intended to serve as accommodation for soldiers, but the army eventually declared that it could not use such over-sized accommodation, and so the building became a hotel at the last minute. It should be pointed out that this was mainly for military ranks and soldiers from allied nations. In the 1950s however, it was the most luxurious hotel in Czechoslovakia. It had almost two hundred rooms.

Unique decorations can be found in its interior to this day. They are the work of leading Czech and Slovak artists and craftsmen. The quality of the processing and design of its decorative features and lighting fixtures is pleasantly surprising.

Since 2015, the hotel has been part of the Mozart Hotel Group with hotels in Odessa, Budapest, Vienna and Baden. In 2016, it increased the capacity of its accommodation section by 24 rooms. In total, the hotel currently offers 278 fully air-conditioned rooms in the categories Standard, Superior, Executive, Executive Tower and Tower Suite.

The hotel possesses a significant conference centre with 14 halls and a total capacity of 1200 persons. Thanks to its flexible spaces with daylighting, it is the ideal choice for meetings, seminars and conferences of various types for up to 450 people.
Hotel International Prague is included on the list of Czech cultural monuments and is located in a quiet residential area in Prague 6, in immediate proximity to the city centre (just two kilometres away). Václav Havel airport is just a 20-minute drive away, and you can take a pleasant walk to Prague Castle in just ten minutes.

The history of the whole hotel is very interesting. The building was built between 1952 and 1956 by the decision of the then Minister of Defence Alexej Čepička. He reportedly hoped that the ceremonial opening would be attended by Josif Stalin.

Hotel International Prague was built in the socialist realism style, or “sorela” as the name of the architectural style is sometimes abbreviated. The building was originally intended to serve as accommodation for soldiers, but the army eventually declared that it could not use such over-sized accommodation, and so the building became a hotel at the last minute. It should be pointed out that this was mainly for military ranks and soldiers from allied nations. In the 1950s however, it was the most luxurious hotel in Czechoslovakia. It had almost two hundred rooms.

Unique decorations can be found in its interior to this day. They are the work of leading Czech and Slovak artists and craftsmen. The quality of the processing and design of its decorative features and lighting fixtures is pleasantly surprising.

Since 2015, the hotel has been part of the Mozart Hotel Group with hotels in Odessa, Budapest, Vienna and Baden. In 2016, it increased the capacity of its accommodation section by 24 rooms. In total, the hotel currently offers 278 fully air-conditioned rooms in the categories Standard, Superior, Executive, Executive Tower and Tower Suite.

The hotel possesses a significant conference centre with 14 halls and a total capacity of 1200 persons. Thanks to its flexible spaces with daylighting, it is the ideal choice for meetings, seminars and conferences of various types for up to 450 people.
Hotel International Prague is included on the list of Czech cultural monuments and is located in a quiet residential area in Prague 6, in immediate proximity to the city centre (just two kilometres away). Václav Havel airport is just a 20-minute drive away, and you can take a pleasant walk to Prague Castle in just ten minutes.

The history of the whole hotel is very interesting. The building was built between 1952 and 1956 by the decision of the then Minister of Defence Alexej Čepička. He reportedly hoped that the ceremonial opening would be attended by Josif Stalin.

Hotel International Prague was built in the socialist realism style, or “sorela” as the name of the architectural style is sometimes abbreviated. The building was originally intended to serve as accommodation for soldiers, but the army eventually declared that it could not use such over-sized accommodation, and so the building became a hotel at the last minute. It should be pointed out that this was mainly for military ranks and soldiers from allied nations. In the 1950s however, it was the most luxurious hotel in Czechoslovakia. It had almost two hundred rooms.

Unique decorations can be found in its interior to this day. They are the work of leading Czech and Slovak artists and craftsmen. The quality of the processing and design of its decorative features and lighting fixtures is pleasantly surprising.

Since 2015, the hotel has been part of the Mozart Hotel Group with hotels in Odessa, Budapest, Vienna and Baden. In 2016, it increased the capacity of its accommodation section by 24 rooms. In total, the hotel currently offers 278 fully air-conditioned rooms in the categories Standard, Superior, Executive, Executive Tower and Tower Suite.

The hotel possesses a significant conference centre with 14 halls and a total capacity of 1200 persons. Thanks to its flexible spaces with daylighting, it is the ideal choice for meetings, seminars and conferences of various types for up to 450 people.