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Four Seasons Prague unveils new looks

Four Seasons Prague unveils new looks

Four Seasons Hotel Prague unveils new looks in Neo-Classical building as a part of a six-year remodeling program. New Neo-Classical rooms designed by Pierre-Yves Rochon offer unique views of Vltava River and Prague Castle.

Four Seasons Hotel Prague, an assembly of three historic buildings and one new building on the banks of the Vltava River in the Old City, is continuing to evolve the guest experience through design with the unveiling of newly decorated rooms by French designer Pierre-Yves Rochon in its Neo-Classical building.

Neo-Classical Building Rooms

The new décor of the rooms located in the Neo-Classical building, which dates back to 1827, is indigenous to the architectural style and respects the history of the building. The colour scheme and style is different from those in the Hotel’s Modern, Baroque and Renaissance structures. Dominating shades are beige and gold, complementing classical style furnishing in dark brown. Together with the seating area by the window with romantic city views, Czech crystal chandelier and white and gold wallpapers, the new rooms gives feeling of warmth and the grandeur of Old Europe.

Six Year Project


“The remodeling project is a testament to our commitment to constantly innovate and most importantly to always enhance the high quality of the guest experience,” says Rene Beauchamp, general manager of Four Seasons Hotel Prague. “Our visitors now have a choice of contemporary, Renaissance, Baroque and Neo-Classical designs. The response so far has been very positive, especially from our return guests who now have an opportunity to choose a different experience – depending on the purpose of their stay or current preferences.”

It’s all part of a six-year remodeling project for Four Seasons Hotel Prague that celebrates Czech tradition while creating a thoroughly modern place to stay, dine and meet in Prague. Throughout the Hotel’s public areas, contemporary works by Czech artists hint at the future of the city’s continuing design evolution. The lobby and Renaissance, Modern and Baroque buildings with Presidential Suite phases are complete, and remodeling of last few suites in the Modern Building will follow this autumn. Redesign of the Hotel´s new urban chic restaurant CottoCrudo was completed in March 2012.