Classically designed with an eye to comfortable amenities, the rooms at the InterContinental Prague come with marble bathrooms, LCD televisions, and the option for 24-hour room service. After all, Prague can just as easily be the city that never sleeps – especially with all the delights of the Staré Město just outside the hotel’s front doors. Need a little artistic refresher of the city layout? Be sure to check out the Jirí Rathousky map of the city in the lobby.
The InterContinental Prague’s thought of everything you might need during your stay, from designated (and generously sized) family rooms to adaptable, state-of-the-art meetings and events facilities.
Up on the roof, for example, with views that take in the historic sights of the Old Town and the Vltava River, you can sip cocktails while watching the sunset or settle in for an atmospheric meal from Executive Chef, Roman Dolejs at the hotel’s Zlatá Praha restaurant. Meanwhile, there’s coffee, cake and afternoon tea to be had down at Duke’s Bar & Cafe, and breakfast is served at the light and airy Primátor restaurant (be sure to try the honey in particular – it’s harvested from the hotel’s own rooftop beehives). And there’s a fully kitted out gym to work it all off, if that’s a priority. Or a luxurious spa for massages and beauty treatments. Essentially, it’s got the works.