Dancing House Hotel, Prague
As hotels go, there are none as stylish and architecturally pleasing as Dancing House Hotel. The hotel’s fascinating history and unique exterior design has led to it becoming one of the most talked about, iconic buildings in Prague. The structure, designed by Croatian architect Vlado Milunić, along with Frank Gehry, was built to resemble the dancing figures of Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire. The hotel offers stylish guest rooms, and a chic restaurant which changes its menu quarterly to incorporate fresh seasonal produce. Located within a short walk of Prague’s main attractions, this is the perfect hotel for couples, families and business travellers, and of course, anyone who’s keen on unusual architecture!
This iconic 4-star hotel is just 15 minutes’ walk from Charles Bridge and around 20 – 25 minutes from Old Town Prague, where you can visit Wenceslas Square, Mucha Art Museum and National Museum. Trams operate along the riverside by the hotel, and local buses can transport you across the bridge to Prague Castle, Old Royal Palace and Petrin Tower which offers incredible views of Prague and the surrounding countryside. There’s also a local Metro stop if you wish to reach far-flung areas of the city.
Your Room + Facilities
The hotel’s 21 spacious rooms fit perfectly into the architecture of the building. There’s a choice of room sizes to suit your needs, which are equipped with large beds, en-suite, LCD TV with satellite channels, mini bar, safe and coffee and tea making facilities. Many rooms have superb views of the historical sights of old Prague, and the luxury suites are placed in the curved glass and stone tower building.
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