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The COSMOPOLITAN is a beautiful late 19th-century townhouse carefully restored with a modern touch of the ‘belle époque’ style.

Friday, 31 May 2019,
By Cosmopolitan Hotel Prague
Cosmopolitan Hotel Prague
Cosmopolitan Hotel Prague
Photograph by Cosmopolitan Hotel Prague

The COSMOPOLITAN is a beautiful late 19th-century townhouse carefully restored with a modern touch of the ‘belle époque’ style. The newly redesigned luxury boutique hotel retains gentle aspects of this magnificent historic building, but transforms the interiors to create a dynamic mixture of the past and the present.

Visitors to the Czech capital can check in safe in the knowledge that all Prague’s sights and amenities are just a short walk away. The hotel is ideally located on a quiet street in Prague’s Old Town, only a few steps from the city’s most important shopping areas and iconic attractions, including the ornate silhouettes of Charles Bridge and the bustling Old Town Square, with its Gothic spires and famed astrological clock.

The 106 lavishly designed rooms and suites are decorated in elegant cream shades, with a specific accessory colour for each room type. Each stylish sanctuary comes complete with amenities including interactive TV, bathrobes and slippers plus, of course, a minibar. Swarovski elements lift the rooms, adding a touch of glamour to the mixed contemporary and traditional feel. Comfortable beds have crisp cotton sheets and fluffy duvets, while the luxurious bathrooms have heated floors.

Indulgent and relaxing personalised massages are also available, in partnership with the COSMPOLITAN’s sister property, Art Deco Imperial Wellness, which is located just across the street from the hotel. However, for those guests staying in executive rooms or suites, treatments can be carried out in the room, upon arrangement with the concierge. The wide selection of treatments on offer range from relaxing and pampering massages through to physiotherapy.

Next Door restaurant by TV celebrity chef Zdeněk Pohlreich, who runs his weekly TV show on national television, is a must-visit venue. Its original 1889 ceiling frescos brilliantly complement the new design by an Italian architect Luciano Belcapo. On the menu is modern Czech cuisine in a trendy bistro style, made strictly from the freshest ingredients. Watching the well-coordinated chef team in the open-plan kitchen is a real display of culinary theatre.


The nearby Palladium shopping mall, a real Prague landmark, with its 170 shops and 30 restaurants



• 106 rooms and suites
• Next Door restaurant
• Concierge
• Limousine service
• Fitness centre and sauna


T: +420 295 563 000


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