Did the New York Times blog post (willow whips and more!) pique your interest about Easter markets in Prague? The days are getting longer, the spring flowers are blooming, and there's a beer festival on the horizon in the Czech capital. (From May 12-28, more than 70 brands of Czech beer will be on offer at the popular festival, along with the best goods from local bakers, butchers and chefs.) There's no better time to visit Prague.
The Kempinski Hybernská Prague-- housed in a stately Baroque palace with a peaceful urban garden-- has finished its own Spring cleaning as the luxury hotel has unveiled some new enticements. Case in point: The new Kempinski Gallery in the lobby showcases paintings by renowned Czech artist Zbyněk Novotný until June 2011, while unique sculptures by artist Mario di Piazza can be found on display in the private courtyard garden. Also for the Spring season: Le Grill Restaurant-- which has quickly established itself as one of the top tables in town-- features a new menu by Executive Chef Marek Fichtner that's a good value. The two- and three-course lunch menus are priced from CZK 590 and CZK 720 respectively, including a glass of house wine and coffee/tea. Why not grab a table in the sunshine on the (now opened) terrace?
Special offer: Book your clients at the Kempinski Prague so they can enjoy the first signs of spring in the city and they'll get additional perks like a welcome glass of Chateau Radyně and a three-course seasonal dinner with a two-night stay.