Rybna 20 , Prague 111 00
The hotel is located in the centre of Prague, within walking distance from major tourist attractions like Old Town Square, Wenceslas Square, Charles Bridge and the Opera.
The Josef Hotel is housed in two impressive modern buildings, designed by Eva Jiricna and set around a courtyard, with massive windows on the ground floor.
The open plan lobby features starkly modern white minimalist décor, complemented by white furniture. There’s a large reception desk at one end and a bar at the other. Decorated in a similar minimalist style to the lobby, the 110 sound proofed guestrooms feature neutral tones combined with strong colours - mainly yellow and orange - and Italian designer furniture. All rooms are equipped with 7" diameter rainfall showerheads, telephone and analogue data port with highspeed internet connection free of charge, plasma-TV, DVD and CD Player, fully stocked mini-bar, bathrobe and slippers, hairdryer, healthcare amenities, air-conditioning with individual temperature control and safe. Stone-clad bathrooms with glass partition walls add a sense of style.
The hotel offers a rich Continental buffet every morning in the bright, welcoming breakfast room, which is located on the ground floor with a glass frontage, overlooking the street. The buffet offers a wide selection of fresh fruits, pastries and hot dishes.
Overall this property is unique, stylish and modern: particularly attractive to guests looking for a designer hotel in a perfect central Prague location.
Complimentary Shoe Shine
Wi-Fi (Public Areas)
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