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Innside Prague Old Town takes brand into Czech Republic for first time

Innside Prague Old Town takes brand into Czech Republic for first time

Meliá Hotels International has unveiled Innside Prague Old Town, its first hotel in the Czech capital.

Opening in next month, the property marks a new era for the Innside by Meliá portfolio, fitting into the brand’s evolution of design-led lifestyle and resort hotels, to give guests more freedom to relax and explore, whether they are travelling for work or leisure.

This year, Innside is evolving to provide spaces for travellers looking to combine work and pleasure, while focusing on sustainability.

Innside Prague Old Town Hotel will provide 90 modern rooms, all featuring the attributes of Meliá brand.

This includes in-room amenities, such as bathrobes, slippers and flip flops, a luxurious coffee machine, complimentary minibar, with fresh juices and local beer and Smeg fridges packed full of healthy treats, drinks and snacks.

Superior+ rooms will also have high-end sound systems, complimentary streaming services and complimentary bike rental to encourage guests to explore the local area.


Ideal for both business and leisure travellers, the hotel is within easy access to Vaclav Havel International Airport, only 15 kilometres away, and metro, bus and train stations all just a few minutes’ walk from the hotel.

Visitors wishing to explore the city will find all the main tourist attractions within easy reach.

The Innside by Meliá brand portfolio already has 38 hotels in 20 countries, 20 in operation and 18 in the pipeline.

Gabriel Escarrer, chief executive of Meliá Hotels International, said: “Innside Prague Old Town will be one of the first hotels to offer all of the new attributes and sustainable features of this stunning and fast-growing brand, which adds up to the attractiveness of this amazing city.

“As the leading leisure hotel group worldwide, our brands are also extremely successful in an increasingly leisure-inspired urban market, where the city of Prague stands out.”