Hilton Prague

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Hilton Prague
On the other side of a busy intersection, sits a low-rise, glass-faced building. Two large Hilton logos are mounted on the edge of the roof, and a line of flagpoles are outside the building.
Hilton Prague
General information
TypeHotel
Architectural styleModern
AddressPobrezni 1
Town or cityPrague
CountryCzech Republic
Coordinates50°05′36″N 14°26′23″E / 50.093266°N 14.439618°E / 50.093266; 14.439618
Completed1989 (As Hilton 1991)
OwnerQuinn Hotels Praha, a.s.[1][2]
Technical details
Floor count11
Other information
Number of rooms791
Website
official website

The Hilton Prague is a hotel in Prague, in the Czech Republic. It is located in the city center, near the Vltava River. The 11-floor hotel was built in 1989 and opened as the "Atrium Hotel Prague". It was designed by Czech architect Stanislav Franc. In 1991 Hilton took over the hotel. It has 791 rooms.[3]

The hotel was awarded Best Hotel in the Czech Republic for 2012 and 2013 at the TTG Travel Awards.[citation needed]

The Hilton Prague is owned by Avid Asset Management. The hotel was put up for sale in November 2014.[3]

The Hilton hotel brand has another property in Prague, the Hilton Prague Old Town.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Land register, Praha Karlín č.p. 311, sole owner Quinn Hotels Praha, accessed 2018-01-18
  2. ^ Annual report of Quinn Hotels Praha for CY 2016
  3. ^ a b Velinger, Jan (4 November 2014). "Prague Hilton for sale". Radio Prague. Retrieved 15 November 2014.

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