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The city's highest style quotient—or most self-conscious design statement—belongs to this 2003-vintage place five minutes' walk from Old Town Square near Josefov.
This ultra-modern hotel is a wonderful contrast to the historic Jewish Quarter.
Cool, clean, white lines dominate the decor of this ultra-hip modern boutique hotel designed by London-based Czech architect Eva Jiricna. Full review →
The Josef stands as the new home for tasteful minimalism in the new Bohemia. It is the hippest of Prague's new hip hotels. Full review →
Modern, lively antidote to the Czech capital’s abundant neo-Renaissance and Art Nouveau historic hotels. Full review →
Designed by London-based Czech architect Eva Jiřičná, the Josef is one of Prague’s most stylish contemporary hotels. Full review →
Modern boutique hotel with a light-filled lobby and a delightful courtyard garden.Ask for a room with a view on either the 7th or 8th floor.
The upscale Design Hotel Josef Prague is a modern boutique property that’s a short walk away from Old Town Square and other top attractions. Full review →
Prague’s top designer hotel exudes modern professionalism, the lobby is a symphony in off-white efficiency and the rooms continue the crisply maintained minimalist theme.
In the center of the city...in the touristy Jewish quarter, this is one of Prague's more distinct design-hotels, and its popularity arises for a reason; this is a wonderful hotel. Full review →The best choice is to ask for a room facing the garden.
Reliable service, great views and excellent value for money are the hallmarks of this Old Town hotel, which attracts everyone from novelists to Mediterranean package groups who’ve done their homework. Full review →
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