The Vibe: Whimsical.
The Area: Located in Prague’s seventh district (Letná & Holešovice), a north-western district that was once a semi-derelict no-man’s-land but has started to boom in recent years and its known for its thriving art scene and home to the National Gallery.
The DNA: Mama Shelter Prague is set in the 1967 Park Hotel, a brutalist landmark narrating the city’s communist past through original pavements, phone booths, and overhead fixtures to the already whimsical interiors the chain is known for. The immense lobby contains multitudes, including a pool table, cabinets full of quirky products for sale, free arcade games, and a bar-restaurant with various seating and lounge areas that include a colourfully decorated terrace.
Suite-Me-Up: Rooms come in four different types; Medium Mama, Large Mama, XXL Mama, and the Mama Penthouse which comes with a kitchenette and beds aplenty, including a swinging bed.
Seen: Elle Decor
✅ free Wi-Fi • size matters: 238 rooms (18-41m2) (194-441 sq ft) , including 1 suite (69m2) (743 sq ft) • hotel opened: September 2018 • architecture: Ian Bryan Architects • interior design: Jalil Amor • bathroom amenities: custom • parking possible on-site (charged) • pets allowed • 24-hour front desk