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Hotel Josef in Prague

Surfaces out of steel, glass and light natural stone produce a light and fresh ambiance in the Hotel Josef. The green, a clam inner courtyard also contribute to the overall relaxed atmosphere. Well-known for her intricate stairway constructions, the architects designed an especially ingeniously crafted glass spiral staircase for the lobby of the building.

Located near the old Jewish Quarter – Josefov – the two buildings of Hotel Josef – Pink and Orange Houses – are a relaxing counterpoint to Prague’s active, urban lifestyle. Designed around a peaceful landscaped courtyard, the hotel offers the visitor a choice of immaculate rooms at the heart of the city.

Eva Jiricna’s design is a thoroughly contemporary statement which builds on the great 20th century Czech tradition for modern design. As the architect of some of the most innovative interiors in London, Paris and New York, Jiricna brings a highly crafted approach to state-of-the-art materials that create a unique setting in one of Europe’s historic centres.

Hotel Josef

Stone-clad bathrooms with glass partition walls add a sense of style to the comfortable bedrooms, fully equipped with efficient communications facilities and the latest technology. A business centre and a gymnasium complement the sophisticated environment of Hotel Josef.

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Address: Rybná 20, Old Town, phone 221 700 111 / 221 700 901; www.hoteljosef.com

 

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3 comments

  1. I have been visiting Prague for years and stayed in a number of hotels. I found this one in 2003 when I visited with a friend from work. Now my husband and I would not stay any where else. Being British I prefer to keep my bathroom habits to myself and so always opt not to have a glass room. Its never been an issue though I do believe that even the glass rooms have the toilet facilities in a separate closed area.

    If you want a good hotel at reasonable prices in a safe area close to the very centre of old Prague look no further and for goodness sake book on the hotel website. They always have great deals and you won’t find booking it cheaper any other way unless you dont want breakfast included which is served in a lovely glass restaurant overlooking their patio square garden. In warm weather you can have it outside.

    On second thoughts its rubbish-find your own special hotel in Prague and leave this one for me!

  2. Looks fabulous but I am not sure about using glass walled bathrooms if there were anyone else in the room!

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