5 of the hippest design hotels in Prague
1) Hotel Sax
This vintage design hotel is tucked away in the quaint streets under Petřín Hill, next to the mysterious Museum of Alchemists and Magicians. It combines a central location with a peaceful setting. From the hotel’s fourth-floor terraces, you can enjoy magnificent views of the Castle and Lesser Town rooftops.
2) NYX Hotel
A former bank by the prominent 20th-century architect Jan Gočár has since been transformed into a hotel. Paying tribute to his style, it combines modern simplicity with street art in the lobby and rooms, which were designed by various young Czech designers. Very centrally-located near bustling Wenceslas Square.
3) Hotel Boho
Walk through the imposing lobby to your elegant, beautifully-appointed room with natural shades and materials. When you see the luxurious wellness areas, you might even refuse to ever leave the hotel. Which would be a shame, as it has a fantastic location for exploring the Old Town.
4) Hotel Josef
This gem of modernist architecture was ingeniously built into the existing historical building complex. Its bright and airy lobby was designed by a world-renowned architect of Czech origin, Eva Jiřičná. Besides comfortable rooms, the hotel also has its own bakery, so expect warm crusty bread for breakfast.
5) MOODs Boutique Hotel
Marvel at this hotel’s amazing design scheme, behind its historical façade, with unusual natural materials, Artemide lighting and Hästens beds. This award-winning project by two design students allows guests to adapt the space according to their own mood. Control the lights, music and other elements in the room with an iPhone.
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