- Fitness Room
- Shuttle Service
- Spa / Thalasso
- 24 H Room Service
Hotel Le Palais Prague - the finest boutique hotel in the city The luxury 5-star boutique hotel Le Palais Prague, built as a residential palace in 1897, is one of the finest examples of Belle Époque architecture in Prague. The hotel is located in an exclusive residential area of Prague, only a 5-minutes drive from the famed Wenceslas Square and the National Museum. Opened in 2002, already now being a hospitality landmark in the city. Prague is Europe's (and the world's) most popular tourist destinations. It contains one of the world's most pristine and varied collections of architecture, from Art Nouveau to Baroque, Renaissance, Cubist, Gothic, Neo-Classical and ultra-modern. The interiors present the confident style of Veronika Jurkowitsch, who has created a perfect symbiosis of historical elegance, state-of-the-art and attention to detail. As the holder of the Leaders Club Gold Award 2005 and Leaders Club Guest Recognition Award 2004, the Hotel Le Palais Prague represents an outstanding commitment to individual service and personal customer care. Highlights
- The finest boutique hotel in the city with the most luxurious suites in Prague
- Pure Spa - brand new luxury spa using Ligne St. Barth products
- 24 hours lobby bar and library
- Private dining
- Exclusive meeting facilities
- Health club - free use of fitness, sauna, steam bath, aroma showers and whirlpool
- Complimentary minibar and coffee + tea service in the room
- Leaders Club Gold Award 2005 and Leaders Club Guest Recognition Award 2004
Constructed in 1841 the original residential building was completely redesigned in the Belle Époque style between 1888 and 1897. Something deliberately ´different and of greater beauty´ was to be created which would differ greatly from the imitated historicism of the art and architecture of the 19th century. Characteristic of that period and its style is the rebirth of a zest for life, of optimism and confidence - a ´new renaissance´.
This original character of the Belle Époque has found here extraordinary expression and has been preserved in a consistent and harmonious way. The splendid frescoes of Ludek Marold on their own convey to the observer that exuberant joie de vivre of the ´beautiful epoch´ and its love of creativity to the smallest detail.
Ludek Marold (1865 - 1898) is one of the best-known Bohemian painters. He was not only responsible for the artistic design of the building, he also lived on the top floor until 1898. His most famous work, the remarkable panorama ´The Battle of Lipany´, can also be seen in Prague in Petrin Labyrinth.
Availability for: 1 Adults 03/08/2022 - 04/08/2022
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