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Hotel Ještěd (1973) by Karel Hubáček | Liberec, Czechia
A unique piece of architecture, Hotel Ještěd is part of the television tower built in the second half of the 1960s on top of the 1.012 metre high Ještěd mountain, overlooking Bohemia, Poland and Germany. Designed by architect K. Hubacek, the shape was chosen as it extends the silhouette of the hill and moreover resists the extreme climate conditions on the top of the hill.
2023: Fairmont Golden Prague Hotel
Originally the InterContinental Prague from 1974, the hotel will undergo an extensive renovation, designed to bring the property up to a high standards, yet maintaining the identity of this historic site and property build in brutalism architectural style. The renovated hotel will open once again by early 2023, with a sophisticated and stylish design concept extolling the history of Parizska Boulevard during its heyday of the 1970s.
Buddha-Bar Hotel Prague
Buddha-Bar Hotel is a seductive, luxury boutique hotel located in the vibrant heart of Prague, close to Old Town Square and the fashionable Parizska shopping street. Rooms have dim lighting and sensual colour schemes, with hi-tech touches like bedside buttons to close the curtains. Red lacquer-ware closets, dragon murals and rich textiles create an Oriental feel, and the swish and spacious bathrooms have large bathtubs and Japanese toilets.
One Room Hotel | Prague
This unique, one room hotel is located above the restaurant in Prague's landmark Žižkov Television Tower. At 68 metres above the ground it offers spectacular views over Prague. The room itself is decorated in a contemporary style with exposed wood and an open-plan bathroom with freestanding tub and a glass-partioned shower. Room facilities include a stereo, a computer, and a seating area with a flat-screen TV, a mini-bar, a Nespresso machine, and designer toiletries.
Mama Shelter Prague
- design by Jalil Amor. Mama Shelter Prague is set in the 1967 Park Hotel, a brutalist landmark narrating the city’s communist past through original pavements, phone booths, and overhead fixtures to the already whimisical interiors the chain is known for. It is located in Prague‘s seventh district, known for its thriving art scene and home to the National Gallery.