First Look: New Neo-Classical Rooms at Four Seasons Prague

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Heads up, design junkies, and take a look at the new (and classic...which would make them Neo-Classical) rooms at the The Four Seasons Hotel Prague.

The hotel is actually three historic buildings (and one modern one) combined into a single structure. An ongoing renovation to the property saw the redesign of the hotel's restaurant CottoCrudo in March, and now the revamped rooms in the Neo-Classical building have been unveiled. 



French designer Pierre-Yves Rochon, who has recreated spaces in hotels like the Savoy in London and the InterContinental in Vienna, oversaw the Neo-Classical design. Since the building dates back to 1827, Rochon left the architectural structures alone and focused on remaining the decor. The rooms' dominating shades are beige and gold, which complement the dark brown furnishing. A notable feature in each room will be the old-fashioned Czech crystal chandelier.

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The next phase of the renovation will be the remodeling of last few suites in the Modern Building, which should be completed by autumn. The lobby and Renaissance, Modern and Baroque buildings (and the Presidential Suite) renovations are all complete.

The Four Seasons Hotel Prague is located at Veleslavínova 2a/1098 Praha 1, Czech Republic. For more information, visit www.fourseasons.com/prague.

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