Andaz Prague: New Luxury Hotel in Czech Capital

The hotel is in a listed building on Senovážné Square.

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Andaz Prague

The hotel is in a listed building on Senovážné Square.

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Glamour of the monarchy in the middle of Prague: The new five-star hotel Andaz Prague from the Hyatt group opens after a two-and-a-half-year renovation on the historic Senovážné Square. The luxury hotel in a neoclassical, listed palace, which was originally built in 1912, intends to reflect Prague's diverse history and culture and appeal to tourists and locals alike.

Salons instead of a lobby

The hotel's rooms are representative of the Andaz brand and are intended to offer "the unconventional, the surprising, the extraordinary", hotel director Doris Hecht says in a press release. Instead of an ordinary lobby, guests can expect three "living rooms", each with a different theme. These include a library true to the one in the Strahov monastery, another room decorated with Czech glassblowing art and a third dedicated to the alchemists of Emperor Rudolf II.

Traditional Czech cuisine, modern interpretation

In terms of cuisine, the Andaz Prague also focuses on history and typical local dishes: The hotel's restaurant ZEM serves traditional Czech cuisine with a modern touch, which is intended to appeal Prague locals as well as guests. The luxury hotel's offer is rounded off by the cocktail bar MEZ and the Klára Rott spa.

INFO

Andaz Prague
Senovážné nám. 976/31
110 00 Nové Město, Czech Republic
hyatt.com/hotel/andaz-prague

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