The Emblem Hotel Prague

The Emblem Hotel | Prague

district: 01. Staré Město (Old Town)

The Emblem is a luxurious and stylish hotel boasting a central location in Prague, 300 metres from Old Town Square. It is set in a building dating from 1908 which fuses several popular art movements from the time (Cubism, Art Nouveau, Art Deco, Bauhaus and more).

Rooms and suites come with air conditioning, a private bathroom with a bathtub or a shower, a flat-screen TV, a Nespresso coffee machine, a kettle, a safety deposit box and complimentary toiletries.

The hotel has a rooftop terrace with a panoramic view of Prague centre. There is a luxurious spa and wellness area, comprising a fitness centre, a hot tub, a steam bath and a sauna – access is ✅ free for guests. Massages are available on request.

Daily breakfast buffet, bar and American Steakhouse. Downstairs is “The Maharal Club”, a member’s club available to guests offering complimentary teas, juices, and coffee all day; the four “Living Spaces” where guests can relax, watch TV, do some work, or use however they wish; and the “Emblem Hours” every day with complimentary wine and a chance to personally chat with one of our Guest Relations Managers.

Your host: Helena Valtrová

✅ free Wi-Fi • size matters: 59 rooms & suites (21-43m2) (226-463 sq ft) • hotel opened: September 2013 • architecture: RAP • interior design: Alison McNeil (DIALOG) • private parking possible at a location nearby (charged) • Staromestska Metro and Tram Station 4-minutes’ walk • Prague Airport: 20-minute drive • pets allowed • 24-hour front desk

The DNA: The Emblem is very much an art hotel. In collaboration with the curatorial collective “Are”, the hotel has created a number of unique features allowing guests to further explore the art world of Prague. The complimentary ART WALK let one of Prague’s curators or artists take guests on a tour to show what this city’s art scene is really about. The hotel’s Maharal Club exhibits a growing contemporary art collection that features both local and international artists. Plus, there is the Art Library, which includes several books graciously donated by local institutions.

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