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Pentahotel Prague Opens as the First pentahotel in the Czech Republic

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The 227-room pentahotel Prague has opened, located close to the historical city centre and just two kilometres from the Old Town and the famous Wenceslas Square, with subway and tram stations a few steps from the hotel.

Pentahotel-PraguePentahotel Prague also offers maximum comfort with everything the business traveller expects after a strenuous day.

Stylish pentarooms, designed by star architect and interior designer Matteo Thun, include WLAN at low-cost and free pay-TV on all channels.

The property also features a gym and meeting facilities accommodating up to 200 people – and in the brand’s signature pentalounge, relaxing after the day’s work is done is a given.

In addition to pentahotel Hong Kong, Kowloon which opened in August, pentahotel Prague is the latest addition to the neighbourhood lifestyle brand that is rapidly expanding in Europe and Asia.

The brand’s upcoming hotel openings include five in Belgium, five in the UK and two in mainland China.
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