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Examples of our services

Aria Hotel Prague

Just metres away from Charles Bridge, in the heart of the picturesque Lesser Town, the entire hotel is dedicated to music. From the room decor to the art collections in the restaurant, this original and unique concept in Europe pays a tribute to the greatest artists, offering a wonderfully harmonious stay in the Czech capital.

As well as the gorgeous hotel lobby, you can make use of the hotel library, an auditorium and conference rooms (with a capacity of 10 to 30 persons) for your business meetings. You can also take advantage of the hotel’s health and fitness facilities. Or would you rather relax with a drink on the hotel terrace, watching the sun set over the Old Town?

Augustine Hotel Prague

This hotel is simply one of the most luxurious in the city. Located in an ancient monastery dating from 1284 and surrounded by aristocratic palaces below Prague Castle, Augustine Hotel Prague is renowned for highly personalised services of the highest quality.

Situated only five minutes on foot from Charles Bridge, the hotel brings together elegance and simplicity. Exposed beams, vaulted ceilings, and original doors... the imprint of the past is very present and well preserved. All the rooms and spacious suites are furnished with a personal touch and feature decorative elements inspired by Czech Cubism.

In addition, Augustine Hotel offers rooms for conferences and meetings: the great hall can house up to 120 people (theatre style set-up), and there are other rooms for smaller groups.

InterContinental Hotel Prague

Located in the heart of Prague’s Old Town, on the edge of the Jewish Quarter, and towering over the Vltava river, the impressive InterContinental is one of the leading 5-star hotels in Prague. It is notable for its Brutalist architecture, of which it is a rare example in Prague and worldwide, and for its location at the end of Paris street, the Prague mecca of high-end fashion. Only two minutes on foot from Old Town Square, InterContinental Hotel offers excellent comfort and a wide range of services. It is one of the few hotels in the centre with a swimming pool, and a well-furnished spa and gym. Breakfasts are lavish, and the restaurant is one of the most refined in Prague.

The InterContinental Hotel also boasts one of the largest conference room capacities in the city; the congress hall can house up to 600 people in a theatre style set-up. With 370 rooms, the hotel has an impressive accommodation capacity. If you are a large congress group or wish to experience luxury at an iconic address, InterContinental hotel is the address for you in Prague.

Transport by historic tram

The historic tram is both a useful and attractive means of transport bringing together originality and practicality. A simple transfer from one place to another becomes a discovery tour of the city in a comfortable, environmentally-friendly and quiet vehicle. Hop on for a relaxing, heart-warming experience with a tinge of retro nostalgia.

iPad City Rally

As a true open-air museum, Prague is the perfect place for a pedestrian city rally. Equipped with an iPad, participants take part in a treasure hunt for the modern generation. Geo-localisation enables teams to follow a very precise route, moving from one discovery to another. The 100% interactive game is more than just an ordinary treasure hunt. It challenges participants to overcome various obstacles while discovering the city in a new and fun way.

Rally Škoda Vintage

Get behind the wheel of a 1980s Škoda car, the pride of the then Czechoslovak automotive industry and take your vehicle for a memorable ride full of unexpected twists.

During a briefing, participants are split into teams of four and receive instructions on how to play the game and helpful advice on how to drive the Škoda 110 and 120 models.

The rally involves driving through different check-points marked in the itinerary. You receive points for each challenge you successfully rise to. At the end of the game, the points are counted and the winners are announced.

Gala reception at the Municipal House

A gem and symbol of Art Nouveau, the Prague Municipal House is the dream venue for a gala event in the historic centre of Prague, just a few steps away from the Old Town. From the atrium to the ceremonial rooms, the entire building is a wonder to behold. The exquisite interplay of light and stucco is the work of leading Czech artists of the time. The vaulted ceiling of the Mayor’s Hall, which opens on to the principal balcony, features designs by Alfons Mucha.

Home to the Prague Symphony Orchestra, the Smetana Hall has a capacity of 600 in a banquet style set-up. The other ceremonial halls are perfect for hosting themed cocktail events according to your preferences. Situated downstairs, the French restaurant, oozing old-world charm, is an ideal place for an event with games and entertainment. The Municipal House is a magnificent venue in a superb location. Matched with professional event services, the venue is one of the best choices for your gala or party.

Casino Royale

Mobile casino is a type of entertainment that boosts your brain and adrenalin levels, and is suitable for all kinds of parties and events. As you do not bet with your own money, you can play without limits, all night long! The service includes one roulette table and two tables for blackjack and poker. Professional croupiers will teach you some simple rules, help you rely on your intuition, and share a few effective game strategies. They will help you to find your strategy, but most importantly to have fun, as well as to gently encourage the more timid players in your group.

Petra Ernyei

Petra Ernyei is a musician steeped in the jazz-swing culture. Her passion for music comes from her father, a jazzman at the helm of the Jazzphonic Orchestra. He brought her up in the rhythm of banjo and 1930s melodies. She gave her first concerts at the age of 17, before launching her debut album, Who Loves You , in 1999, which evoked a strong nostalgia for the golden age of swing. With her quartet (Marek Rejhon: guitar, Jaroslav Šindler: guitar, Jan Greifoner: double bass), she has played at several international festivals, reviving big classics in an elegant style. Success came after the launch of a new album in 2002, the title of which refers to a George Gershwin song made famous by the fabulous Sarah Vaughan.


SaSaZu opened in 2009 and has fast became one of the trendiest clubs in Prague. Located in the no less trendy district of Holešovice, where converted industrial lofts and art studios abound, the club has an electrifying atmosphere. The venue hosts DJs and pop singers, who perform at highly original themed parties. SaSaZu is one of the best spots in Prague for hosting an (after)-party.