Prague is a city renowned for art and architecture, and in that tradition, the Four Seasons Hotel Prague has unveiled a fresh new look inspired by Czech traditions.
The Four Seasons Hotel Prague is an assembly of three historic buildings and one new building on the banks of the Vltava River in the Old City.
The hotel opened in 2001. The Modern building represents contemporary life in the capital – refined, relaxed and stylish. Created by renowned French designer Pierre-Yves Rochon, the style is as eclectic as the city. Now half of the Modern building’s 110 rooms have been remodeled in a new style as of July 2010, while the other half – which will reveal a second, complimentary design – are scheduled for completion by the end of the year. The Modern building offers nine room categories for guests who prefer a more contemporary environment for their stay. The three other buildings – Baroque, Classical and Renaissance – offer more period elements in their décor.
The updates are part of a four-year project for Four Seasons Hotel Prague that celebrates Czech tradition while creating a thoroughly modern place to stay, dine and meet in Prague.
The Four Seasons offers unparalleled service and comfort. The newly updated Four Seasons Hotel Prague should be a perfect destination for anyone wishing to visit this jewel in the heart of Europe.