Make NH Collection Prague Carlo IV your home base when visiting Prague, Czech Republic. Situated in the heart of Prague, a short walk from Old Town Square, the property is housed in a Neo-Renaissance palace. Originally built as a bank in the 1890s, the property recently underwent a major design update, melding historic and modern elements.
Rooms in the modern section of the hotel feature a contemporary style. Rooms and suites in the historic building boast high ceilings and 19th-century décor. The property is home to 152 guestrooms and suites, including a presidential suite. Rooms and suites overlook either an internal courtyard or Senovážné Square.
Guests may choose from several dining options, like 1890 Restaurant, which offers local and internationally inspired cuisine for dinner service. The restaurant also hosts a breakfast buffet complete with á la carte options. Stop by the 1890 Bar, situated in the lobby, for creative cocktails, wine and beer. The Vault, an intimate bar located in the former bank’s vault, serves cocktails, wine and a la carte food options. Room service is available 24/7.
Carlo IV Wellness & Spa is located on the hotel’s subterranean level. Three treatment rooms are available for massages and facials. Facilities also include a 65-foot-long heated pool, a whirlpool, steam room, sauna and fitness studio.
Host your next event at NH Collection Prague Carlo IV. The property is home to seven flexible, high-tech meeting rooms for events from 16–220 guests. The conference floor features six rooms, with the grand ballroom located on the lobby level. Each room is named after an opera. The grand Opera Ballroom boasts large, fabric overhead lighting, resembling tulle skirts.
The property is about a 30-minute car ride from the airport. Nearby metro and tram lines connect the hotel to popular destinations throughout Prague.
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