The ICON Hotel & Lounge
The ICON Hotel & Lounge
Discover the bustling capital of the Czech Republic and indulge in urban chic and subtle sophistication at this modern boutique hotel. The ICON Hotel & and Lounge has been designed in a cool contemporary style, with an added focus on comfort and relaxation. The hotel’s entrance is flanked by the TAWAN Spa Centre and the Room Tapas & Meze restaurant, both of which can be frequented at an additional cost, when you’re not busy exploring the rest of the city. We recommend going for a relaxing massage and then an evening of tasty morsels and wine in the restaurant.
Nestled discreetly in a quiet side street, just a short distance from Prague’s main street, Wenceslas Square, guests will find main sights such as the Charles Bridge, the State Opera House and the Old Town Square all within easy reach of the hotel, while nearby tram and metro station will open up the city and its further attractions, such as the Prague Castle and the Jewish Museum. In between your urban exploration, you can relax in your elegant and comfortable room and just enjoy the modern facilities and luxury amenities that surround you.
Prague, Czech Republic
The Vltava River flows through the green landscape of the Czech
Republic. Like a main artery, it runs straight to the nation’s heart, Prague. A
city with several thousand years to its name, this is the place where you can
explore eras of past and present and immerse yourself in history, strolling
through the cobbled streets.
Experience the city through its energetic centre, Nove Mesto,
where you’ll find lots of restaurants, cafés and bars, and the famous Josefov
area with its stunning synagogues, Jewish museum and old graveyard. Not to be
missed, the narrow, labyrinthine alleys in the neighbouring area of Stare Mesto
are a trip through history. Take a tour of the 1,200 year old Prague Castle,
which towers majestically above the city. Next on the list, a walk across the
romantic Charles Bridge: here you’ll find a plethora of buskers, painters and
street sellers, along the stone bridge that is famous for its gothic statues.
Prague is a treasure trove for those seeking sights away from the
beaten tourist track. To satisfy your inner explorer, head to Petrin Hill and
climb the Observation Tower for a panoramic view of the city. Visit the Museum
of Communism for a glimpse of the country’s recent history behind the Iron
Curtain, or, if you’re feeling brave, head to the Museum of Torture Instruments
and see the gruesome devices used for torture in thankfully bygone centuries.
When the evening draws near, you can retire to a cosy little bar
or one of the numerous micro-breweries across the city. Czech people consume
more beer than any other country in the world, and with centuries of brewing
the cherished nectar they have really become masters of the art. Order a pint
of amber-coloured beer at the U Fleku brewery and restaurant and sample some of
the hearty Bohemian dishes on offer. The city is full of places to eat, drink
and enjoy life, and regardless of where you go in the city, every step that you
take is another page in your own fairy-tale.
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