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Where? City Centre | New Town
Characteristics Design | Budget | Hotel

Motel One was opened in 2014, on the former premises of Rudé právo, which used to be the official newspaper of the Czechoslovak Communist Party. It is part of a German designer hotel chain and it merges modernity and comfort with an excellent location. It is only a few minutes’ walk to the little streets of Prague’s Old Town.

The rooms come in shades of brown and turquoise, with simple and minimalist decor and furnishings. They have no phone, mini bar or coffee machine. The bathrooms have practical, but frameless showers. The towels and bed linen are from Egyptian cotton.

Breakfast is served “buffet style” in the dining room located in the basement. It includes, among other things, excellent homemade jams, which can also be purchased at the hotel reception. The hotel bar is open 24 hours, and is equipped with comfortable armchairs and sofas, where you can spend time relaxing while enjoying some of the many cocktails on offer.

Want to know a secret?

Even if you do not have any meetings scheduled for the duration of your stay, do make an effort to see the conference room. It dates from 1920 and is entirely wood-panelled, with special attention paid to the details of the windows and the doorframes.



Motel One Czech, s. r. o. Na Poříčí 1048 Praha 1 – Nové Město 110 00

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