Prague Hotels, Czechoslovakia
To discover, explore and enjoy the historical gifts of the city, you must stay in one of Prague hotels and used it as your gateway. The following hotels are the best and feel free to find more at the end of this page.
Radisson Blu Alcron Hotel
Radisson Blu Alcron Hotel is a luxurious hotel property conveniently located close to Wenceslas Square, a popular choice by more families and big number of travelers. It is also close to the international airport and you can take a tram right outside the hotel’s main door. The hotel was originally built in 1932, with over 200 rooms, has been renovated and furnished with modern furnitures and attractive decors. The hotel offers spacious and lavish ballroom for small events, parties and even business functions.
In your appointed guestroom, you have free access to Wi-Fi, can ask for a room service (24-hours). You can relax after the day’s business or travel at their fitness room ticket service, massage, sauna or tour offers. To get around, you can easily ask for a taxi service, airport transfer and avail their car park, car power charging station and valet parking.
For more access, services and conveniences, Radisson Blu Alcron Hotel offers postal service, 24-hour front desk, luggage storage, dry cleaning, safety deposit box, a shop, newspapers, concierge, salong, wheelchair availability and more offers. Babysitting service, photocopying and printing machines are also available.
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Prague Brief Introduction
Prague is the largest city and the capital city of the Czech Republic. Prague is considered the 15th largest city in the European Union and the historical capital of Bohemia.
Prague (originated from ‘Praha’, which is associated with the term ‘prah’, means a ‘threshold’) is the political, cultural, economic center of central Europe.
Historically, Prague is not only the capital city of the Czech Republic but also the seat of the two Roman Emperors and the capital of the Roman Empire (Wikipedia).
After the First World War, it become the capital of Czechoslovakia and was then the city to the Habsburg Monarchy and the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
During the rule of Charles IV of the Holy Roman Empire, Prague developed and a new town was built where most of the important attractions can be found date back to the 14th century.
Many say that Prague is one of the most charming and attractive cities in Europe. Most travelers would not miss Prague along with other cities including Vienna and Krakow in central Europe.
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Attractions & Tourism
Being a very historic and beautiful city, Prague offers various great places, sites and structures for your travel. Some of them include:
Prague Castle and Charles Bridge
Dancing House, Star Villa, Old Town Square
Wenceslas Square, Wallenstein Palace
The Jewish Quarter, Petrin Hilld and Vysehrad,
Royal Garden at Prague Castle, St Vitus Cathedral, Municipal House, among others
Museums: Czech National Gallery, Czech national Museum, Prague City Gallery, Mozart and Dusek Museum, Czech Museum of Fine Arts, Museum of Decorative Arts, National Technical museum, etc.
Wish you all the best in your travels, and hope you found your favorite hotel in this page.
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