Corinthia Hotel Prague is the antithesis of the historic city centre. It captures the other face of Prague; that of a city unashamedly contemporary, forward-thinking and spirited, with a special place at the heart of middle Europe. The hotel´s glass-fronted towers reflect city and sky giving the structure an ethereal, other-world quality. Just a short five-minute combined walk and metro ride from the historic centre, the Corinthia Hotel Prague is the ultimate in convenience and modernity. It offers extensive facilities ranging from a full-scale conference centre and executive and business clubs, to a luxurious spa and award-winning dining.
Guests can unwind in the top-floor health and fitness centre which has a swimming pool, gym, sauna, squash court and aromatherapy massage room (surcharges apply). Clients can also visit the the restaurants in htl Corinthia - Toscana - Serves a range of Mediterranean dishes and specialises in Italian pizza and pasta. Let´s Eat! Specialises in Czech dishes as well as offering an international menu. Rickshaw - Offers a combination of cuisines from Thailand, China, Japan, Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore. Beer & Bowling Diner - Large entertainment centre with four bowling alleys, dartboards, pool tables and big-screen televisions. Serves Czech and international dishes and a selection of barbecued specialities served on the patio in summer.
Hotel is located only 2 metro station from the Wenceslas square - the city centre of Prague. Insider tip: Vysehrad Park, which lies 500 metres away on the other side of Vysehrad metro station, was once home to Czech royalty and Prague´s old high castle. Visitors can take a stroll among the park´s tall trees and stone statues, and enjoy views of seven of Prague´s bridges. The Vysehrad citadel, cathedral and cemetery, the final resting place of many fallen Czech heroes, are also located here.
The Corinthia hotel has 542 air-conditioned rooms spread over 26 floors. All have modern decor in rich colour palettes with gold accents, framed modern art on the walls, and Egyptian cotton sheets on the beds. Amenities include interactive televisions with satellite channels and pay movies, high-speed Internet connections, minibars, and safes. Bathrooms are decorated with cream tiles and faux marble, and include tubs and showers, hair dryers, and complimentary toiletries.
By public transport, take bus 119 to the Dejvicka metro station; change to the green line on the metro for Muzeum metro station; change to the red line for Vysehrad metro station and then cross under the subway tracks and pass through the courtyard to the hotel´s main entrance. Driving directions: From the airport follow the signs for the city centre on the K Letiste motorway, then take Evropská until the big roundabout, and turn right onto Svatovitská. At the T-junction turn left onto Milady Horákové and turn right onto Bubenská at the next T-junction. The name of this street changes to Wilsonová after you cross the river. Take this dual carriageway in the direction of Vysehrad. Just after crossing Nuselsky Most bridge, exit on the right-hand side. After exiting, go under Nuselsky Most to the other side of the motorway to find Kongresová and the Corinthia Towers Hotel.