Why You Should Stay at Le Palais When Visiting Prague
Le Palais Hotel is part of the Leading Luxury Hotels of the World and is housed in a historic building. The building was originally built in 1841 and remodeled in the Belle Époch style between 1888 and 1897 when it served as a private palace. In 2002 it was converted into the luxurious Le Palais Hotel.
Le Palais is sometimes overlooked as a viable accommodation in Prague due to its location outside the city center in the Vinohrady neighborhood. However, this luxurious piece of hotel heaven lets you experience both sides of Prague: the calm, tree-lined residential area and the bustling, tourist-filled city center (which is just a quick 10-minute taxi ride from Le Palais).
Between the historic walls of Le Palais, no luxury touch is forgotten. Smiling faces greet you at reception and a sumptuous lounge area by a gilded bar welcomes you to take a seat.
The dining area is opulent and each morning an impressive breakfast buffet is served. There is also an expansive patio for outdoor seating with panoramic views of Prague.
For guests wanting some extra pampering, Pure Spa is located on the lower level of the hotel and offers relaxing spa treatments, such as massages, facials, and body wrap. There is also a hot tub in the spa for guests to use.
Then, there are the well-appointed rooms which have a historic feel while still offering modern amenities. The rooms are enough to make anyone feel like a princess of Le Palais.
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