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The considerable investment made by the hotel’s owners M&L Hospitality, will ensure an elevated guests experience at Hilton Prague Old Town. Working closely with world renowned interior designers, Chada, M&L Hospitality wanted to ensure the guest rooms and meeting spaces were stylish, comfortable and functional, said Christian Schwenke, General Manager, Hilton Prague Old Town.

With the elegant Art Deco design elements throughout the hotel including the lobby, Zinc Restaurant, meeting floor, and guest rooms, they are bringing an authentic Prague experience into the hotel. Together with the highly personalized approach to caring for our guests, he is sure the new Hilton is the top choice for leisure and business clientele travelling to Prague, he added.

The newly renovated guest rooms have a fresh and elegant design with a mix of modern and classic elements and thoughtful amenities. Depending on room type, guest rooms feature either one king size bed or two single beds with custom designed headboards and mattresses exclusively manufactured for Hilton. Rooms also feature a spacious working desk with a built-in USB socket, a 55-inch flat TV, a large elegant wardrobe and a cocktail cabinet-style mini bar with an innovative draw fridge. For extra guest comfort, rooms have also been fitted with new carpet and a cosy relaxation corner with a lounge armchair and standing lamp.

The 1,200 square metre conference and meeting floor with 14 function rooms, including the Dvorak Ballroom for up to 340 delegates has seen a redesign as well. The pre function space enjoys ample natural light and is visually connected with the meeting rooms through a new wool blend carpet from an acclaimed British manufacturer, Brintons. The bespoke design with a dark background and recurring rectangular motives in gold tones brings an even more elegant look and feel to the area. This is underlined by new sandstone colour wallpapers with a Hanami silk pattern, supplied by Baresuqe, Australia’s premier distributor of wallcoverings.

The design concept comes from Chada, recognized as one of the world’s leading interior design studios, specializing in the hotel and leisure industries in Australia and the Pacific Rim.

The new rooms boast a soothing colour palette and thoughtful classic furnishings. The Art Deco look and feel of the lobby is reflected in some of the room elements, such as the bed decorative headboards.

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