Four Seasons Hotel Prague Reveals Remodeled Rooms

By Michael Acampora on 7 August 2012
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Neo classical room at Four Seasons PragueThe Four Seasons Hotel Prague has revealed the new redesign of its rooms, the result of a six-year renovation project.

As part of the redesign, rooms were remodeled in the hotel’s Neo-Classical building, that was built in 1827. The rooms reflect the original style of the building, and feature Czech crystal chandeliers and white and gold wallpaper.

With the remodeling complete, the Four Seasons Hotel Prague now gives guests the options of staying in Modern, Renaissance, Baroque, and Neo-Classical buildings.

This fall, the Modern building’s suites will be finished being refurbished. The hotel’s restaurant, CottoCrudo, was also recently remodeled.

(Pictured: Neo-Classical room at Four Seasons Prague)

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