Alcron Hotel Prague reclaims its name

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The Alcron Restaurant at the Alcron Hotel Prague.
The Alcron Restaurant at the Alcron Hotel Prague.

The Alcron Hotel Prague has ended its association with the Radisson Blu brand and returned to its original 1932 name. Since Jan. 1, the Alcron Hotel Prague has been operating as an independent property.

The 204-room, art deco hotel, located near Old Town Square, the Charles Bridge, Wenceslas Square and Prague Castle, will continue to operate under the direction of general manager Michal Chour, who has spent 12 years overseeing operations and strategy.

The property will continue to operate the Michelin-star Alcron Restaurant overseen by chefs Jacob Cerny and Roman Paulus. The eatery, which accommodates 24 guests at a time, features an original fireplace from 1932 and artwork by Polish artist Tamara de Lempicka.

A second restaurant, La Rotonde, offers local Czech and international fare, and the Be Bop Lobby Bar serves cocktails and offers a lively atmosphere.

Guestrooms and suites are decorated with art deco-style furnishings and are equipped with modern amenities, including high-speed WiFi and Nespresso coffeemakers. Guests receive complimentary access to the fitness center, which offers state-of-the-art equipment, massage treatments and a sauna.

The property features 10 conference rooms, a boardroom and the glass-roofed Crystal Ballroom, which can accommodate up to 200 people.

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