TOP HOTEL Praha & Congress Centre in Praha is easily accessible by car and public transport. From South coupling to TOP HOTEL Praha & Congress Centre in Prague in about five minutes, the center of Prague is located about 10 km. Hotel guests can visit the nearby castle or Chodov Hostivař park. Lovers of big cities like heading to the historical center of the capital, which abounds with famous attractions, shopping and sports centers, clubs and discotheques.
TOP HOTEL Praha & Congress Centre in Praha accommodation
TOP HOTEL Praha & Congress Centre in Praha offers a variety of room categories, from standard to exclusive Presidential Suite. All rooms have minibar, satellite TV and en suite facilities. Higher category rooms also have internet access and air conditioning. Total capacity is 410 rooms.
TOP HOTEL PRAGUE CONGRESS CENTRE & accommodation in Praha gastronomy
TOP HOTEL Praha & Congress Centre in Praha boasts 11 gastronomic establishments where you can enjoy Czech and international cuisine. TOP HOTEL Praha & Congress Centre in Prague also caters including trained staff at the hotel, hotel garden outside the hotel. Gastronomy The hotel is renowned chefs and are regularly in the top positions at various competitions.
Accommodation TOP HOTEL Praha & Congress Centre in Praha services
Complex TOP HOTEL Praha & Congress Centre in Praha offers a wide range of services and activities. An indoor pool, whirlpool, fitness and wellness center with sauna, steam bath and solarium, beauty salon services and massages. The TOP HOTEL Praha & Congress Centre in Prague, there are two tennis courts, a bowling alley and casino, dry cleaning, currency exchange, parking, shops with souvenirs. The hotel will arrange trips, tickets to cultural and sporting events. ¨
Accommodation in Prague TOP HOTEL praha CONGRESS CENTRE & near-tips for trips
When visiting Prague, you should not forget to visit the Charles Bridge. Charles Bridge is the oldest bridge in Prague. Its cornerstone solemnly laid by Charles IV. on 9 July 1357 and construction of the bridge lasted almost to the end of the 14th century. The bridge is 9.40 m wide, over 515.7 m long and rests on sixteen semi-circular arches. Its construction was architect Petr Parler St. Vitus Cathedral.