A gem of genuine Art Deco architecture, Art Deco Imperial Prague Luxury Hotel provides exclusive accommodation and superior services to business and leisure travelers who prefer intimacy and individual approach of a boutique hotel to busy big brand places.

Combining latest technology and modern comfort with fabulous original Art Deco and Art Noveau interiors. Art Deco Imperial Hotel features 126 elegant rooms and suites, highly variable conference facilities, famous Café Imperial, as well as Fitness & Wellness.

Rooms

DELUXE ROOM

121

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EXECUTIVE ROOM

161

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JUNIOR SUITE

219

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IMPERIAL SUITE

278

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* price per room/night

WELLNESS

After a long day of business activities or simply discovering Prague, indulge your body and soul in our exclusive Fitness & Wellness Centre with Roman-style historical mosaics. Access is included in the room rate.

GASTRONOMY

THE FAMOUS CAFÉ IMPERIAL

Café Imperial has been the most famous and most popular “Grand Cafe House” and restaurant in Prague for the past 100 years. Once frequented by the writer Franz Kafka, composer Leos Janacek and many other eminent guests.

Original Art Noveau ceramic wall tiling and mosaic ceiling from 1914 are breathtaking, crowned by large street windows.

Enjoy the unforgettable atmosphere with a touch of the early 20th century.

We strongly recommend to make a table reservation at least 7 days in advance. Non-smoking policy. Recommended dress code – smart casual.

Opening hours: daily 07.00 – 23.00

CELEBRITY CHEF ZDENĚK POHLREICH

It’s difficult to turn on the Czech television without seeing Zdenek Pohlreich hosting one of his shows or judging a competition. He still has time to keep his four restaurants thriving.

Born Czech, renowned chef, best-selling author, TV personality and entrepreneur Zdenek Pohlreich first learned to cook as a child under the guidance of his grandmother.

He started his formal cooking training in his early teen years. With communist Czech republic being isolated from the rest of the world he chose to emigrate in 1989 to the Netherlands.

He worked around the globe to gain experience. When in Australia, he gradually worked his way up becoming the executive chef of the renown La Guillotine.

Now he is back in Prague, literally shaking the culinary scene.

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