The hotel opened in 2009 and, like many other establishments in the Czech capital, is located in a building that was converted from offices. After the discreet entrance, the spacious lobby is an impressive space that has been beautifully decorated in an Art Deco style. A cleverly designed artificial fountain flows from the ceiling in the middle of the room, the floors are lined with marble, and the fine reception counter stands to the left, opposite a row of quality designer sofas. We liked the illuminated cubes serving as tables.
There is also a business centre with computers offering Internet access and printers, plus a little shop. Further into the lobby you will come to the bar, which welcomes guests from 7:00am until 1:00am and also serves snacks. The restaurant, the Atrium, is just behind this space. It looks onto a little inner courtyard furnished with a few tables.
As befits a member of the new generation of 4 star establishments, the hotel has a treatment centre, which can be found in the basement. It has a Thai-style design, with two sculpted deities to welcome you into the rather gloomy and unconvincingly decorated space. However, it is open from 9:30am until 10:00pm, and is clean and has all the facilities needed for massages, as well as a jacuzzi and a sauna.