Hotel Josef

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Located near the old Jewish "Josefov" quarter, the two houses that form Hotel Josef in Prague, one called Orange, the other Pink, are a chilled-out counterpoint to the city's active, urban lifestyle. Designed around a peaceful landscaped courtyard, the Hotel Josef offers a choice of thoughtfully designed functional rooms in the core of the city.

Eva Jiricna's award-winning design is a thoroughly contemporary statement, building on a great 20th century tradition of modern Czech design. As architect of some of the most innovative interiors in London, Paris and New York, Jiricna brings a highly crafted approach to state-of-the-art materials that create a unique setting in one of Europe's historic centers. Stone-clad bathrooms with glass partition walls add a sense of style to the comfortable bedrooms, fully equipped with efficient communications facilities and the latest technology. A business center and a gymnasium complement the sophisticated environment of Hotel Josef that has already become a major feature in Prague's growing business and tourist economy.


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Hotel Josef
Rybná 20
Prague 1 110 00
Czech Republic

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