Getting lost within the crowd can be easy in a metropolis, especially if it is filled with tourists like Prague. Maintaining unique identities under any circumstances is extremely important to people today, which is why lifestyle hotels are becoming increasingly popular.
The Emblem Hotel, this year’s winner of Luxury Lifestyle Awards in the category of The Best Luxury Hotel in the Czech Republic, will make the trip to this wonderful country memorable, colorful and personal.
Located next to the Old Town Square, The Emblem Hotel merges the past, present and future of Prague into a home for travelers and a haven for locals. Since its opening in 2013, this place has been showing the city’s true heart to tourists from all over the world. The hotel boasts 59 exquisite rooms (including four junior suites and three luxury suites), a chill-out lounge with several “Living Spaces” (The M Lounge), a state-of-the-art restaurant and bar (George Prime Steak), and a spa (The M Spa) with an unbeatable rooftop terrace. Everything is designed to tell guests that Prague is one the most beguiling and transcendental cities in the world — because this is how the team members genuinely see their favorite metropolis.
“The whole team and management of The Emblem Hotel are honored to be recognized by such a world-class award as LLA. We have been trying to create a unique concept in today’s well-established travel industry, while maintaining the luxurious amenities and excellent service our guests expect to receive. The fact that the honorable experts of Luxury Lifestyle Awards gave a positive evaluation to all of our efforts means we now have more inspiration and energy than ever to reach new heights,” says Helena Valtrová, The Emblem’s General Manager.
The Emblem Hotel has always been intended to redefine the way people travel. While creating the most relaxing environment in the city center, The Emblem is a venue for both locals and tourists to explore, discover and share together. It was meant to be guests’ home-away-from-home in Prague, and it is now safe to say, this mission did succeed.